Yoghurt is one of the categories that is being impacted by the growing "Healthy Pleasure" trend in South Korea, which means balancing health and pleasure in terms of healthcare with a more positive attitude rather than feeling stressed by life’s pressures. In this sense, a series of foods with low salt, sugar or calories is being welcomed by health- or calorie-concerned consumers, ranging from packaged food to beverages.
The awareness of correctly separating and recycling waste continues to increase as consumers experienced greater packaging waste during pandemic-induced home seclusion. South Koreans are increasingly interested in environmental issues, and in this context, the so-called value consumption trend is expected to expand to all generations in the pursuit of sustainability.
Sweet Bio, which operates Greek Day, a brand specialising in Greek-style yoghurt in both foodservice and retail channels, announced that it will open a new store in the hybrid format of manned/unmanned operations in Apgujeong, one of the most youth-orientated areas in South Korea.
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