The Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) regulation is set to require producers and retailers to take greater responsibility for waste generated by products, while also requiring producers to increase the percentage of recyclable content used in products and packaging. There will also be a requirement for the provision of post-retail recycling solutions.
Innovation is undoubtedly being shaped by the impact of EPR, with one of the major innovations seen towards the end of the review period being Danone’s new 1.1 litre bottle for Aqua.
Many consumers continue to face weak purchasing power in Indonesia and are thus highly price-sensitive, particularly when it comes to discretionary purchases in soft drinks. To appeal to these consumers, manufacturers are thus continuing to reduce pack sizes in order to offer economical unit prices.
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