Sugar confectionery is set to only post marginal growth over the forecast period, challenged by the high maturity of the sector and lack of innovative launches. Furthermore, the rising health and wellness trend will continue to shape consumers' snack choices, damaging sales.
Swiss consumers are increasingly opting for vegetarian and vegan options in line with the health, wellness and sustainability trends. Over the forecast period, the number of Swiss vegetarians and vegans is expected to increase.
In 2023, through the Milan Declaration, nine beverage producers, including Coca-Cola Switzerland, Rivella and Ramseier, committed themselves to voluntarily reduce 10% of the sugar content in their products by the end of 2024. A potential future sugar tax on sugar confectionery is not yet on the agenda but is not totally excluded in light of the obesity issue in Switzerland and its financial cost to the country's health system.
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This is the aggregation of mints, boiled sweets, pastilles, gummies, jellies and chews, toffees, caramels, and nougat, medicated confectionery, lollipops, liquorice and other sugar confectionery.See All of Our Definitions
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