Executive Summary

Jan 2019
PROSPECTS
Restrained growth in processed fruit and vegetables packaging

Processed fruit and vegetables packaging experienced modest growth over 2018. This is a pattern that will continue as a result of increasing demand for natural and fresher fruit and vegetables.

Lack of innovation limits growth

Growth across shelf stable fruit and vegetable packaging was also minimal in 2018. Innovation was particularly conservative as demand for shelf stable fruit and vegetables remained discouraging.

On pack communication needs to be clearer

In July 2018, new mandatory country of origin laws came into fruition which challenged manufacturers to make it easier to identify authenticity. This has become increasingly important for processed fruit and vegetable areas, particularly since the hepatitis A scandal in 2015, which highlighted the significant gap between packaging and transparency.

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HEADLINES

PROSPECTS

Restrained growth in processed fruit and vegetables packaging
Lack of innovation limits growth
On pack communication needs to be clearer

Processed Fruit and Vegetables Packaging in Australia - Company Profiles

Packaging Industry in Australia - Industry Overview

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

Environmental concerns and convenience remain the main influences on packaging
Convenience remains at crux of packaging innovation
Environmental consciousness increases
Metal beverage cans seeing strong growth in wine
Bigger pack sizes growing in demand due to value for money in beauty and personal care
Consumers seek large pack sizes in home care, despite industry move towards concentrated formulas

PACKAGING LEGISLATION

Changes to country of origin labelling set to affect all imported products
Declaration of alcohol by volume remains a requirement for all alcoholic drinks
Australian Packaging Covenant 2017-2022 strategic plan update

RECYCLING AND THE ENVIRONMENT

Coles introduces recycled and renewable PET plastic trays, heightening the conversation about sustainability
Recyclable packaging trending, with Australians preferring products in eco-friendly packaging
Sustainable product packaging continues to be an emerging trend in Australia

PACKAGING DESIGN AND LABELLING

On pack communication needs to be clearer
Labelling vital to emphasising premiumisation
Packaging innovation vital for product differentiation in beauty and personal care

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