just-food's research round-up: trends in indulgence and in health
Manufacturers developing products that provide "guilt-free, flavoured-enriched sensations", Euromonitor says
This week's featured research provides insight into the opportunities for manufacturers interested in marketing indulgent products and looks at the latest trends driving interest in healthier foods.
Innovation Opportunities in Indulgence Products
Consumers want it all and want it now. Tasty is good. Healthy and tasty is better. Healthy, tasty, portable and tailored to specific occasions is best. Price is an issue in the current economic climate, but consumers will compromise for the added value offered by the best novelties. This is why indulgence food manufacturers are developing products that provide guilt-free flavoured-enriched sensations for every consumption occasion, as this report shows.
What next for Health in Food? Consumer Lifestyles, Nutrition, Food Labelling & Product Choice
Disease-related, demographic, and desire-led drivers are making health of growing importance to food marketers. However, barriers such as cost, habits, and confusion over how to eat healthily are limiting consumers' ability to act on these drivers. This report focuses on the health solutions available to consumers, provides case studies of best practice and looks at the actions food marketers need to take to make the most of the increased focus on health.
Food Additives (Global) - Industry Report
A detailed overview of the market, with comprehensive individual analysis on the top 150 companies. The report includes a wealth of information on the financial trends over the past four years.
The Future of the Pasta & Noodles Market in Italy to 2017
The report presents detailed analysis on the pasta & noodles consumption trends in Italy, historic and forecast consumption volumes and values at market and category level, brand share and distribution channel data. The report brings together research, modelling and analysis expertise in order to provide detailed market data.
Yoghurt Market in Australia: Market Profile to 2017
This report provides data on the Australia yoghurt market, providing marketers with the essential tools to understand their own and their competitors' position in the market. Thus allowing them to use the information to accurately identify the areas where they want to compete in the future.
Global Fibre Market 2012-2016
The analysts in this report forecast the market to grow at a CAGR of 4% over the period 2012-2016. According to the report, one of the key factors contributing to this market growth is the increase in population. The market has also been witnessing an increase in the demand for organic and natural fibres. However, the increase in fibre prices could pose a challenge to the growth of this market.
Frozen Food - Top 5 Emerging Markets Industry Guide
The guide provides top-line qualitative and quantitative summary information including: market share, market size (value and volume 2008-12, and forecast to 2017). The guide also contains descriptions of the leading companies including key financial metrics and analysis of competitive pressures within the market.
Snacks Appeal: How Brands Identify and Exploit Food Trends
There have been a host of factors impacting growth in packaged food, but the current buzz is around "healthy snacking". Beyond the overarching issues of changing, busier lifestyles and global economic development, there are industry-specific fundamentals companies can leverage into long-term growth drivers. This report evaluates the diverse strategies manufacturers are implementing to exploit the opportunities that growing consumer demand for snacks presents.
- SIAL 2014: Greek yoghurt firm Fage targets Europe
- On the money: Spreads, ice cream top Unilever woes
- Why Nestle is relaxed about the China "drag"
- Focus: Will Danone return to growth in dairy?
- SIAL: French firm Michel et Augustin to enter US
- SIAL 2014: Premier in talks over US manufacturing
- Symington's acquires Tanfield Foods
- Kellogg, Nestle slammed for "chaotic" salt policy
- Heinz silent over Polish factory expansion talk
- Premier cautious on profits after Q3 sales slide