The overall yoghurt category in South Korea is expected to experience a stagnant phase during the forecast period, although each category is likely to exhibit a different trend. Drinking yoghurt is likely to decline further as consumers shift towards spoonable yoghurt, driven by the current trend of using yoghurt as a light meal replacement.
Sustainability is poised to become a critical factor driving change in yoghurt. South Koreans are becoming more environmentally conscious, and this has given rise to the “value consumption” trend, which emphasises sustainable choices across all age groups.
Since the COVID-19 pandemic, a noticeable and enduring trend has been the home-made preparation of Greek-style yoghurt by straining the whey from regular plain drinking yoghurt using cotton sheets. Despite the longer preparation time, this practice has gained popularity, leading to the emergence of various brands of whey separators in the market.
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