The pandemic led to a lower focus on sustainable packaging and reducing plastic waste, as consumers took additional precautions to ensure food safety and limit the direct handling of products by others. However, as the immediate threat of COVID-19 wanes in South Africa, the rise in environmental awareness is expected to lead to a revival of interest in reducing plastic waste.
The difficult economic conditions resulting from measures introduced to limit the spread of COVID-19 will have a lasting impact on consumer demand for certain products, with South Africans focusing their reduced spending power on affordable vegetables such as carrots, maize and onions, which form the base of many meals. Furthermore, buying vegetables as part of “combo” deals is expected to continue into the forecast period as consumers look for value for money.
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This is the aggregation of cauliflowers/broccoli, maize, tomatoes, onions and other vegetables. Only include fresh uncooked and unprocessed vegetables (packaged and unpackaged) and unpackaged processed vegetables, eg. salted vegetables sold from open markets. All packaged/processed vegetable products are excluded.See All of Our Definitions
This report originates from Passport, our Vegetables research and analysis database.
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