Over the forecast period, sugar confectionery as a whole is expected to register no more than marginal growth in both retail volume and current value sales. As the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic further lessens, consumption will shift back from at-home to foodservice and on-the-go consumption.
Manufacturers have been seeking growth outside of sugar confectionery. Snack bars is one area of focus, due to its relatively low barrier to entry, relevance to on-the-go consumption and impulse purchasing, with a similar channel distribution to that of sugar confectionery.
The possible introduction of a sugar taxes and stricter labelling requirements could also have a negative effect on demand for sugar confectionery during the forecast period. Sugar taxes are being introduced in a growing number of countries around the world, and this is feeding into the political debate in Canada, where more than two third of the adult population were classed as either overweight or obese in 2020.
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This is the aggregation of mints, boiled sweets, pastilles, gums, jellies and chews, toffees, caramels, nougat, medicated confectionery, lollipops, liquorice and other sugar confectionery.See All of Our Definitions
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