Aided by increasing distribution through supermarket channels, organic beverages will be the strongest performing category within HW beverages in New Zealand in 2021, achieving double-digit retail value growth. .
The prevailing demographic of organic consumers skews two ways. Most obvious are the affluent consumers with higher educational attainment and household income who can afford to purchase premium, healthy, organic products.
Organic trends are prevalent across the entirety of FMCG in New Zealand, with consumers increasingly conscious of the ingredients they are putting in their bodies. This is leading to greater awareness on product labelling with consumers seeking out certain attributes and avoiding others.
Environmental, social, and ethical concerns are increasingly key factors that are influencing corporate decision making in soft drinks. Previously, this has manifested itself in the category’s heavy use of sugar and brands turning to artificial or natural sweeteners instead.
The COVID-19 lockdown and associated movement restrictions resulted in nearly all workplaces across New Zealand resorting to work-from-home arrangements in 2020, with this largely continuing in 2021. As such, digital and remote working practices are anticipated to remain in the forecast period, this will place downward pressure on foodservice sales whilst aiding retail sales.
COVID-19 has fundamentally changed the way New Zealanders shop. With more people likely to be working from home over the forecast period, consumption patterns will change and lead to a significant uptake in online shopping.
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Certified organic products are those which have been produced, stored, processed, handled and marketed in accordance with precise technical specifications (standards) and certified as "organic" by a certification body such as the Soil Association in the UK, the European Union or the US Department of Agriculture. It is important to note that an organic label applies to the production process, ensuring that the product has been produced and processed in an ecologically sound manner. The organic label is therefore a production process claim as opposed to a product quality claim. Note: For organic products to be included, the organic aspect needs to form a significant part of the overall positioning/marketing of the product, including the organic certification label in the packaging. For product category definitions please refer to the definitions section (can be found under the "Help" section on Passport) for the respective system: Packaged Food, Hot Drinks, Soft Drinks.See All of Our Definitions
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