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Five Trends Driving Staple Food Sales

Tom Rees

Tom Rees

8 Dec 22

Most markets have emerged from strict pandemic restrictions in 2022, but the expected shifts in sales of staple foods were disrupted by surging inflationary pressures around the globe, and these pressures significantly worsened with Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. As populations continue to increase and climate change exacerbates production uncertainty, producers are navigating a post-pandemic landscape characterised by higher demand, rising costs and ever-greater challenges.

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Eating Plant-Based Alternatives: Limiters vs Vegans

Tom Rees

Tom Rees

2 Dec 22

Is it vegans who are the main consumers of meat and dairy alternatives? Or is it people who are cutting down on animal-based foods – meat and dairy limiters? Thanks to Euromonitor International’s Voice of the Consumer: Health and Nutrition survey, it is possible to determine the answer.

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Cultivated Meat is Coming to Countries Around the Globe

Tom Rees

Tom Rees

21 Nov 22

In 2013, the world’s first cultivated burger was unveiled at Maastricht University. It cost USD300,000 and took two years to make; the developers went on to form Mosa Meats in 2016. Since 2013, multiple start-ups have joined the fray, and as of mid-2022, an estimated 30-45 were working on cell-cultured food. While many of these start-ups' estimates for product launches have come and gone, in one country (Singapore) it is possible to buy and consume cell-cultured meat - and countries around the world are gearing up to follow suit.

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Tracking Where Private Label Brands Are Driving Inflation

Jared Conway

Jared Conway

1 Jul 22

With staple foods continuing to see inflationary pressure due to a number of cost-push and demand-pull drivers, monitoring these categories and their changing daily prices is paramount for staying ahead of the competition. Using Via, Euromonitor International’s e-commerce tracking tool, prices for stock keeping units (SKUs) by product categories and leading players can be easily tracked and compared.

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Staple Foods: Wheat Woes Intensify Inflation

Tom Rees

Tom Rees

21 Jun 22

Staple foods have come under intense pressure from inflation in recent times, and the drivers show no immediate signs of easing. While costs were already rising across the board, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and the resulting impact on the world’s wheat supply has meant costs have soared for producers and prices have surged on-shelf for consumers.

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Top Food Trends from the 2022 National Restaurant Association Show

Anne Scott Livingston

Anne Scott Livingston

7 Jun 22

The National Restaurant Association (NRA) Show took place in Chicago from 21-24 May 2022. As the foodservice industry recovers from the challenges of the pandemic, companies are focused on innovation to drive business. The show hosted attendees from around the world and featured the latest developments in food, drinks, packaging, and technology for the restaurant industry. Euromonitor International analysts attending the show observed several key trends driving innovation.

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Tracking Price Increases in Cereal Products From a Variety of Perspectives

Jared Conway

Jared Conway

31 Mar 22

Companies around the world are struggling with price increases due to disruptions in local and global supply chain. It is critical for companies to stay aware of changing online prices and understand how competitors' products are faring.

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植物基食品,真的是健康帮手吗?

Simona Bernatonyte

Simona Bernatonyte

18 Mar 22

疫情期间,许多常规的习惯不得不改变,日常使用的产品也要重新考虑。由于免疫力、肥胖和其他潜在健康因素都可能与新冠感染有关,所以更多消费者期望通过饮食改善健康。同时,长达数月的在家隔离和休息使很多人重新思考卡路里摄入、消化问题和增肥对整体健康的影响。

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The Fight Against Food Waste

Somaia Basha

Somaia Basha

11 Feb 22

In a time when the world is striving to create a balance between sustainability and profitability, a challenge such as food waste can severely undermine these efforts. With recent advancements in sustainable development and increased international pressure on countries to play a role in mitigating associated risks, many countries are exploring novel ways to reduce food waste.