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Coronavirus (COVID-19) From permanent shifts to temporary change, we identify the themes transforming consumer markets as behaviour, values and priorities shift in the light of the Coronavirus pandemic.

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Permanent Work Shift Moves Lunch Occasions to The Home

David Ingemar Hedin

David Ingemar Hedin

26 Sep 21

Working-from-home is likely to remain a lasting trend, which companies need to address. For food, this primarily means that more lunches are being eaten at home. Consumers will have less need for lunch restaurants and more need for ready meals, time-saving cooking solutions, home delivery of meals and retail food for cooking.

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India to Generate an Additional INR 7 Trillion E-Commerce Sales by 2025

Euromonitor International

Euromonitor International

23 Sep 21

India is expected to generate an additional INR7 trillion in online sales by 2025, according to new data from global market research company Euromonitor International. In a new report, “Top Trends Influencing India’s FMCG Industries in 2021,” Euromonitor identifies the most impactful trends shaping the future of India’s fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) markets, helping companies define priorities and opportunities in a post-pandemic environment.

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How Did Consumer Behaviour Change Under the Pandemic? A Case Study for Latin America?

Carmen Silva

Carmen Silva

19 Sep 21

Coronavirus (COVID-19) has had a massive impact globally, acting as catalyzer for many disruptive changes, across markets, categories, channels and in determining new trends. Euromonitor has tracked how consumer behaviour has changed following the pandemic and how it has impacted purchases of consumer health products. Though much behaviour and trends that emerged during the pandemic proved near-universal in nature, some surprising outliers or unexpected outcomes can be found at the local level, sometimes determined by cultural habits, beliefs, or simply structural challenges.

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コロナ後のコーヒーショップの進化とは

Michael Schaefer

Michael Schaefer

14 Sep 21

新型コロナウイルス(COVID-19)のパンデミックがコーヒーショップに与えた打撃は大きい。米国のレストラン業界が全体的にその影響を受ける中、外食チャネルでのコーヒーの消費にとって、朝の通勤時間帯の客足がいかに重要であるかが鮮明となった。これは、ロックダウンや強制的な在宅勤務が、特に深刻な影響を外食チャネルにおける需要にもたらしたことを表している。

Podcast

Experience More In The Next Normal

Caroline Bremner

Caroline Bremner

13 Sep 21

In this podcast, we take a fresh look at the Experience More megatrend, where real life experiences were put on hold during lockdown, driving consumers online for socialising, shopping and entertainment. Consumers continue to seek enhanced products, using tech like AI or AR for greater personalisation and immersion. The pandemic shone a light on inequalities as seen by Black Lives Matter and the climate emergency, where now consumers expect brands to walk the walk when it comes to their values.

Podcast

Restarting Europe: Exploring New Trends in the Evolution of the Physical Store

Euromonitor International

Euromonitor International

10 Sep 21

This episode is the second of our new podcast series on Restarting Europe, where Food and Nutrition Research Analysts Margaux Laine and Marie Breban will dig deeper into the evolution of the physical store after the COVID-19 pandemic. The episode explores two pillars shaping the future of the store in Europe – Betting on Suburbia and Exploring New Concepts. With e-commerce further gaining advantage during extended lockdowns, can physical stores compete by betting on community-driven initiatives? Can retailers and shops extend the role of the physical store, and where does sustainability fit into this new normal?

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