The Future of Weight Management with Stevia, CLA and Satiety Food and Drinks: Regional Diversity

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Sep 2011

Figures released by the World Health Organization in 2008 showed that worldwide obesity had more than doubled since 1980, and it had become the fifth leading risk factor for global deaths. In Part 1 of the Weight Management report Euromonitor International outlines which foods and beverages positioned primarily at weight management sell best with a focus on regional diversity.

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Introduction

Scope
Objectives of global briefing
Key findings

Weight Management and Obesity: Performance and Recurrence

Weight management: Global performance
Weight management: World’s biggest contributors
Global distribution of the overweight and obese population
Average calorie consumption well over the recommendations
“Junk food” leads to obesity
Exercising is good…but it is not enough
Managing weight through dieting
Weight management: Performance in 32 HW countries

Region Focus: Regulation and Case Studies - Europe

Weight Management in Western Europe
Breakdown by categories in Western Europe
European Union: Article 8 for nutrition claims
Art. 8: Nutrition claims and conditions for BFY products “fat”

Region Focus: Regulation and Case Studies - Europe

Art. 8: Nutrition claims and conditions for BFY products “sugar”
EFSA's main approvals/rejections for health claims
Case study: Spain, a market focused on packaged food
Reduced fat dairy products as a national standard
Reduced expenditure per capita due to the financial crisis

Region Focus: Regulation and Case Studies – North America

The weight management market in North America
The FDA approach to nutrition and health claims
US: Conditions for nutrition claims
Nutrition labelling is compulsory in the US
Nutrition Key: US approach to front-of-pack labelling
Case study: The US, where food competes with carbonates
US: Fortified milk for bone health
More obesity but less money spent on weight management

Region Focus: Regulation and Case Studies – Asia Pacific

Weight Management in Japan
Conditions for nutrition claims in Japan: Fat
Conditions for nutrition claims in Japan: Calories and sugars
Weight management in China
Conditions for nutrition labelling in China
Conditions for nutrition claims in China: Fat (part 1)
Conditions for nutrition claims in China: Fat (part 2)
Conditions for nutrition claims in China: Calories and sugars
Case study: China or the weight of reduced sugar beverages
Ready-to-drink teas quench the thirst for weight loss
China: 432 million obese present an untapped market
Nutritional labelling regulations in 27 HW countries (2009)

Outlook

Weight management beverages to recover dynamically
Developing countries to bring the growth
Summary

Appendix

Report parameters
Data Parameters and Report Definitions
Health and wellness category definitions
Health and wellness product coverage