Executive Summary

Dec 2018
PROSPECTS
Convenience stores supporting demand for smaller pack sizes

In Indonesia, frozen processed meat and seafood products in small pack sizes are growing in popularity, largely thanks to the expansion of convenience stores, which are adding more chiller cabinets for frozen foods such as ready meals, ice cream, fruit and vegetables and processed meat and seafood. Smaller packs are preferred by these convenience stores due to their size and the fact that they want to offer their customers a wide variety of products.

Standard can ends are slowly disappearing in shelf stable meat and seafood

Standard can ends continued to see a decline in sales in 2018 as a result of the rising popularity of easy-open can ends. Due to an increase in the number of products being launched with easy-open can ends, this type of closure is no longer a point of differentiation for a product, but rather a point of parity for a brand to remain competitive in the marketplace.

Further expansion of internet retailing to positively impact larger sizes of frozen processed meat and seafood

With rapid developments in infrastructure and internet retailing in Indonesia, consumers can now easily obtain products such as frozen processed meat and seafood. Although internet retailing is currently considered a niche, it is expected to have a positive impact on the development of larger pack sizes of frozen processed meat and seafood in the long run.

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Processed Meat and Seafood Packaging in Indonesia - Category analysis

HEADLINES

PROSPECTS

Convenience stores supporting demand for smaller pack sizes
Standard can ends are slowly disappearing in shelf stable meat and seafood
Further expansion of internet retailing to positively impact larger sizes of frozen processed meat and seafood

Processed Meat and Seafood Packaging in Indonesia - Company Profiles

Packaging Industry in Indonesia - Industry Overview

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

Smaller pack sizes and single-portion products continue to grow
Glass bottles gradually being replaced by PET bottles in table sauces
Poor economic performance will continue to impact non-alcoholic drinks packaging
Metal beverage cans record strong growth due to new beer product launches
Travel and sample sizes gaining popularity in colour cosmetics and skin care
Refillable plastic pouches for home care dominate retailers’ shelves

PACKAGING LEGISLATION

Regulations on food and drinks packaging
The government imposes excise tax on plastic packaging
Mandatory product labelling in Bahasa Indonesia

RECYCLING AND THE ENVIRONMENT

Legislation on waste management
Corporate social responsibility to produce environmentally friendly products
Ban on single-use plastic bag implemented in several regions

PACKAGING DESIGN AND LABELLING

Bright and modern packaging attracts consumers to packaged food
Halal labels for food and beverage packaging

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