Healthy Market Research Reports & Industry Analysis

With consumers across the world embracing a healthier lifestyle, it is more important than ever for food retailers and wholesalers to know where they stand in the global marketplace. MarketResearch.com compiles detailed, accurate health food trend research on numerous subjects affecting the health food industry. Our reports feature information on national habits, spending patterns, lifestyle choices, and other factors impacting the global health food market, to provide a precise health food industry outlook for your business.
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Healthy Industry Research & Market Reports

  • Free From in Singapore

    ... has been ongoing and has shown no signs of slowing down in 2021, with even more choices offered to consumers across retail channels such as supermarkets and e-commerce. Euromonitor International's Free From in Singapore report ... Read More

  • Free From in the United Kingdom

    ... With at-home eating occasions remaining heightened, especially during the early 2021 lockdown period, and consumers looking for more sustainable and healthy products, the category managed not only to retain last year’s sales, but see further ... Read More

  • Free From in Japan

    ... 2020. The boom of plant-based meat has been significant in Japan. Generally, new concepts such as plant-based eating are usually introduced in cities, targeting health-conscious consumers. However, as major retailers such as AEON and Seven ... Read More

  • Free From in Hong Kong, China

    ... pandemic and increased at-home eating have resulted in heightening health awareness amongst many local consumers. More frequent remote working measures have also resulted in greater time dedicated to browsing online for information about nutrition, diets ... Read More

  • Consumer Lifestyles in Turkey

    ... trends in Turkey. Euromonitor's Consumer Lifestyles in Turkey report analyses factors influencing national consumer expenditure. Consumer lifestyles reports include coverage of: population, urban development, home ownership, household profiles, labour, income, consumer and family expenditure, health, ... Read More

  • Consumer Lifestyles in Sweden

    ... trends in Sweden. Euromonitor's Consumer Lifestyles in Sweden report analyses factors influencing national consumer expenditure. Consumer lifestyles reports include coverage of: population, urban development, home ownership, household profiles, labour, income, consumer and family expenditure, health, ... Read More

  • World Market for Consumer Health

    ... individual categories. Immunity-positioned supplements have slid slightly, while sports nutrition and weight management have returned to prominence. On the other hand, cough and cold remedies continue to suffer, reflecting further limitations on social engagement and ... Read More

  • Health and Wellness TrendSights Analysis 2021 - Global Consumer Interest in Pursuing Healthier Lifestyles and Maximizing Quality of Life

    ... important, who is most influenced by it, and how brands and manufacturers can capitalize on it. The research concludes by identifying where the mega-trend and its associated trends are heading next. Technological advancements and improved ... Read More

  • 2021 Active Lifestyle Report

    ... to prioritizing health through active lifestyle choices, the active lifestyle market grew 5.5% to $40.5 billion in 2020, and NBJ predicts that the growth trajectory will remain steady in the years to come. What does ... Read More

  • Free From in South Africa

    ... cash-strapped, those suffering from intolerances still opted to purchase these products to help them maintain good health. In addition, these products tend to be sold at a similar price to regular milk and dairy products. ... Read More

  • Plant-Based (Vegan) Food Preferences - Drivers for Consumption and Category Preferences (Diary and Meat) within Plant-based Alternatives

    ... lead lifestyles that are aligned with their health, ethics, and environmental values. Meat reduction surpasses meat exclusion, as consumers take an interest in low-meat and flexitarian diets, carving out opportunities for plant-based alternative manufacturers to ... Read More

  • Wellness Tourism

    ... a revised size of US$1.2 Trillion by 2027, growing at aCAGR of 6.6% over the period 2020-2027. Domestic Wellness Tourism, one of the segments analyzed in the report, is projected to record 4.7% CAGR and ... Read More

  • Free From in Brazil

    ... has been growing not only through greater penetration among consumers with any kind of intolerance, but also through those looking for a more diverse nutrition base. Unit prices are usually more expensive not only than ... Read More

  • Voice of the Industry: Consumer Lifestyles

    ... the series, VOI Lifestyles, and explores how and why businesses are rethinking strategy planning to put the consumer centre stage, alongside sustainable initiatives and technological investment. Strategy Briefings offer unique insight into emerging trends world-wide. ... Read More

  • Free From in Finland

    ... common with other regional countries, the number of people taking up vegan or vegetarian diets continues to grow, driving sales. This trend is driven by a mixture of sustainability and health trends, the latter of ... Read More

  • Better For You Packaged Food in Ukraine

    ... introduced the Stivi line of tablets, which contain 0% added sugar, and relaunched its Korolivskyi Sharm brand with 46% reduced sugar content and a new ingredient, dry molasses. 2019 also saw Mars update its countlines ... Read More

  • Naturally Healthy Packaged Food in Ukraine

    ... health and wellbeing. In particular, consumers showed growing interest in products perceived to have immune-strengthening properties. NH jams and preserves were among the beneficiaries of this trend. For example, Lemon Jam with Ginger from the ... Read More

  • Free From in Slovakia

    ... to buy free from products less often. As consumers were social distancing in 2020, many intolerant consumers had the time to try make their own free from products at home from scratch, including almond milk ... Read More

  • Free From in Norway

    ... free from in 2020 as more consumers turned to preparing food at home, notably during the most restrictive lockdown period in the spring but also due to the impact of ongoing social distancing. Free from ... Read More

  • Free From in Sweden

    ... boost from COVID-19. The pandemic has heightened consumers’ focus on their health, and many have taken the increased time spent at home to experiment with healthier recipes and free from products. Most Swedish consumers are ... Read More

  • Free From in Saudi Arabia

    ... Stuck at home during the lockdown consumers were forced to prepare more home cooked meals, although the impact on free from packaged food was not as significant as in some other areas of HW packaged ... Read More

  • Free From in Peru

    ... their main products, such as whole evaporated milk and semi-fat free evaporated milk to increase efficiency and production resulting in decreased retail value sales and volume growth of free from lactose products in packaged food. ... Read More

  • Free From in Hungary

    ... free from gluten options. However, volume sales growth experienced a slight slowdown, mainly due to economic reasons, as free from packaged food mostly falls into the premium price segment. Nevertheless, as most categories in free ... Read More

  • Free From in the Netherlands

    ... health awareness and boosted the healthy eating trend, the upswing in free from products is well established in packaged food in the Netherlands. Growing health and environmental concerns saw more and more consumers turn to ... Read More

  • Free From in Turkey

    ... to the closure of establishments and then consumers attempting to avoid contact with the virus. As a result, consumption has shifted to the home during 2020 which has resulted in retail value sales to rise ... Read More

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