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Confectionery Packaging in Canada

Confectionery Packaging in Canada

Flexible packaging, including flexible paper, flexible plastic, flexible aluminium/paper, aluminium foil and stand-up pouches, is widely used in confectionery packaging, accounting for the bulk of retail unit volume sales in 2017. Its dominance is supported by wide application for chocolate confectionery and gum as consumers seek convenience, portability and a smaller footprint. This type of packaging’s lower minimum order size also offers more flexibility and lower costs in handling and transpo...

Euromonitor International's Confectionery Packaging in Canada report offers insight into key trends and developments driving packaging across the category. The report also examines trends and prospect for various pack types and closures: metal packaging, rigid plastic, glass, liquid cartons, paper-based containers; flexible packaging.

Product coverage: Chocolate Confectionery, Gum, Sugar Confectionery.

Data coverage: market sizes (historic and forecasts), company shares, brand shares and distribution data.

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CONFECTIONERY PACKAGING IN CANADA
Euromonitor International
February 2018
LIST OF CONTENTS AND TABLES
Headlines
Prospects
Flexible Packaging Accounts for the Lion's Share
Premiumisation Drives Secondary Packaging
Small-sizing Remains A Key Trend
Executive Summary
Convenience, Value and Environmental Awareness Drive Packaging Innovation
Smaller Packaging Thrives Thanks To Convenience
Convenience and Portability Drive Innovative Pack Types in Wine, Beer and Cider
Sub-premium Drives Metal Closures While Premiumisation Boosts Corks
Health Concerns Drive Smaller Portion Sizes in Soft Drinks and Alcoholic Drinks
Metal Thrives in Non-alcoholic and Alcoholic Drinks, Especially Rtd
Packaging Legislation
Canadian Government Passes New Regulation on Nutrition Labels
Continued Evolution for Rules Guiding Canadian Alcohol Sales
Efforts To Simplify Labelling Regulations Fail
Recycling and the Environment
Montreal Leaders Set Sights on Bottled Water Ban
Chemical Propellants Are Excluded From Spray Bottles
Home Care Products Boost Sustainability Efforts
Packaging Design and Labelling
Material Choice in Packaging Is An Important Element of Brand Positioning
Packaging Innovation Concerns Manufacturers Looking To Grow Online Sales
Rigid Plastic Thrives Thanks To New Diversity in Consumption Occasions

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