Confectionery Packaging in Italy

Confectionery Packaging in Italy

The decline in retail volume units of total packaging for confectionery in 2018 was mainly caused by the changing eating habits and strong competition from alternative, healthier snacks among Italians. As a result, confectionery brand owners have had to stimulate sales by offering cheaper packaging, which can be bought in larger quantities; for example, by offering countlines in flexible plastic in 30g, 50g as well as 70g and 75g. A similar situation was observed in chewing gum, which was presen...

Euromonitor International's Confectionery Packaging in Italy 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 Italy
Euromonitor International
January 2019
Small Packaging Used To Stimulate Impulse Purchases
Most Innovations Relate To Packaging Design
Growing Demand for On-the-go and Shared Consumption
Executive Summary
Increased Environmental Concerns Force Change To Smaller Sized, Convenient and Recyclable Packaging
Demand for Packaged Food Driven by Offering of Convenience and Practical Packaging
Smaller Pack Sizes Are Increasingly Preferred in Soft Drinks, Due To Easiness of Use and Waste Reduction Purposes
Carlsberg Launches Snap Pack, the Beer Can With No Secondary Packaging
Increasingly Polarised Demand Favouring Large and Mini Pack Sizes in Beauty and Personal Care
Concentration Trend Impacts on Home Care Packaging
Packaging Legislation
New Rules on Single-use Plastics Announced by EU
Increased Attention on Food Labelling Legislation Due To Consumers' Pursuit of Natural Ingredients and Transparency
Tighter Rules on Laundry Capsules Aim To Protect Children From Accidental Poisoning
Recycling and the Environment
Conai Increases Fee for Consortium Members To Reflect the Growth in Demand for Its Service
Recycled Pet Continues To Develop
Generous Tax Credit To Encourage Companies To Use Eco-friendly Products and Packaging
Table 1 Overview of Packaging Recycling in Italy: 2015/2016 and Targets for 2017
Packaging Design and Labelling
Packaging Is A Key Factor To Communicating
Most Innovations in Confectionery Relate To Packaging Design

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