The pandemic has supported demand for immune-boosting yoghurt variants, which is likely to remain a relevant trend in the category as consumers lean towards products that highlight wellness. This trend is also being propelled by the growing number of Australians who are refocusing on consuming food as medicine to boost immunity and strengthen gut health.
The pandemic, related trading restrictions, border closures, subsequent supply chain challenges and acute shortage of labour have negatively impacted the local hospitality and foodservice industry over the past two years. Damage caused by extensive flooding over the 2021/22 summer season, and poor harvests following heavy rains in Queensland and New South Wales have impacted food supplies and prices have skyrocketed in Australia.
Retail demand for yoghurt is expected to continue growing due to its perception as a versatile and convenient snack or cooking ingredient leading to multiple consumption occasions. Yoghurt is appreciated by Australians as a healthy and convenient snack with its positive gut health associations and immune support, making it a strong choice for consumers with positive growth expected for the forecast period.
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