Lifestyle Market Research Reports & Industry Analysis

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Lifestyle Industry Research & Market Reports

  • Better For You Beverages in the United Arab Emirates

    ... resume in the forecast period. The excise tax on carbonates and energy drinks is expected to reduce the production of sugary beverages, and will ensure companies concentrate on formulating beverages that are better for consumers’ ... Read More

  • Better For You Packaged Food in the United Arab Emirates

    ... 2022. Under this policy, all packaged food items will have colour-coded labels on the front of their packaging. This “traffic light” system will use individual colours (red, amber and green) to signal to consumers whether ... Read More

  • Naturally Healthy Beverages in the United Arab Emirates

    ... brand image by projecting simplicity and transparency in their marketing and branding strategies and are leveraging the trust consumers have in products that are naturally healthy and do not contain artificial ingredients. Urbanisation in the ... Read More

  • Naturally Healthy Packaged Food in the United Arab Emirates

    ... food in Arab culture ensured that NH honey continued to perform well in current value terms in 2019, with rising sales driven mainly by consumers looking for healthy sugar substitutes. This must be viewed within ... Read More

  • Why Lifestyles Insights Matter for Business Strategy

    ... buy and use in their everyday lives. Understanding trends in consumer lifestyles is essential for companies as they shape their product development, marketing and long term strategies Strategy Briefings offer unique insight into emerging trends ... Read More

  • Personalized Nutrition Market by Product Type (Active measurement, Standard measurement), Application (Standard supplements, Disease-based), End Use (Direct-to-consumer, Wellness & Fitness centers, Hospitals & Clinics), and Region - Global Forecast to 202

    ... preferences due to the risein health awareness to drive the market growth for personalized nutrition.” The global personalized nutrition market size is projected to grow from USD8.2billion in 2020 to USD 16.4billion by 2025, recording ... Read More

  • Free From in Japan

    ... seen in Japanese supermarkets or food specialists, despite the fact that soy-based products have a well-established place in the traditional Japanese diet. Tofu remains popular, but is not widely seen specifically as a meat substitute. ... Read More

  • Free From in Hong Kong, China

    ... years more retailers and foodservice outlets have been introducing new meat substitute products. One notable example is Green Common, a plant-based retail and foodservice chain in Hong Kong. Through collaborating with its partners, it manages ... Read More

  • Understanding Consumers’ Behaviour-Led Habits Using Lifestyles Survey

    ... provide skewed data, behavioural segmentations focus on particular groups of consumers (e.g. Digital Consumers, Eco-conscious Consumers, Leisure Traveller, etc.) Strategy Briefings offer unique insight into emerging trends world-wide. Aimed squarely at strategists and planners, they ... Read More

  • Free From in Portugal

    ... in Portugal, we are seeing an increased sophistication in offerings available. Plant-based products are also appearing in new sub-categories, such as baby food and ice cream. Euromonitor International's Free From in Portugal report tracks the ... Read More

  • Free From in the US

    ... and manufacturers alike than any other segment of the industry. While rates of veganism and vegetarianism have grown, it is the recent uptick in efforts towards meat reduction - so-called “flexitarianism” - that has particularly ... Read More

  • Free From in Singapore

    ... their distribution, the retail segment is receiving a strong boost. In addition, the common strategy of penetrating foodservice outlets has resonated with consumers, driving up awareness and interest to try these products in retail after ... Read More

  • Free From in Brazil

    ... put under the spotlight environmental problems caused by deforestation, which is one of the consequences of livestock production. On top of environmental and ethical concerns, along with increasing health awareness, a new group of consumers ... Read More

  • Better For You Packaged Food in Ukraine

    ... compared to organic packaged food. Overall, reduced fat dairy held the highest retail volume share, supported by expanding assortments for reduced fat fromage frais and quark, reduced fat flavoured milk drinks, reduced fat cheese, and ... Read More

  • Free From in Thailand

    ... soy milk. Although sales remain negligible, free from lactose products also continue to become more prominent in dairy categories, with mMilk (Mary Anne Dairy Products), a free from lactose cow’s milk launched in the latter ... Read More

  • Naturally Healthy Packaged Food in Ukraine

    ... only by the lower than average unit price of the latter, but the general tradition of consuming sour milk products such as kefir, ryazhanka and zakyaska in the country. Further development however, has led to ... Read More

  • Free From in Israel

    ... cater to celiac consumers alone, with increasing health awareness promoting low carbohydrate consumption, encouraging many consumers to buy gluten-free options when possible. Although gluten-free products used to be difficult to find and more expensive than ... Read More

  • Free From in Norway

    ... with plant-based and vegan alternatives gaining in popularity. Free from meat experienced somewhat of a revitalisation in 2016 and 2017 when all three of the major retailers introduced private label ranges within free from meat ... Read More

  • Free From in Hungary

    ... perceived health benefits of removing gluten from the diet. In 2019, this free from gluten trend mainly drove sales of free from cakes, sweet biscuits and ready meals, which coincidentally are all indulgence products. While ... Read More

  • Free From in the Netherlands

    ... how this can be achieved in text and images by mirroring a vegetable choice for each animal product or recipe. The Dutch are thus challenged to consciously think about choosing between an animal or vegetable ... Read More

  • Free From in Turkey

    ... growth in the forecast period. Around 10% of the Turkish population is lactose intolerant, and in the last couple of years companies increasingly invested in these products. However, the consumption of free from lactose products ... Read More

  • Free From in Vietnam

    ... even since before it was mass produced in packaged form, Vietnamese consumers are showing more interest in other free from dairy milk products, such as those made from rice and nuts. Sales growth for these ... Read More

  • Free From in Canada

    ... influential trend in many packaged food categories, notably baked goods and breakfast cereals. Frank DeMichino, Chief Operating Officer of Italpasta, which offers a gluten-free line including oven-ready lasagne, has observed the slowdown in growth of ... Read More

  • Free From in the Philippines

    ... population. Indeed, free from dairy milk was the most dynamic free from category in 2019, as well as over the forecast period. Among brands that have made a significant contribution to growth are Vitasoy and ... Read More

  • Free From in Indonesia

    ... of these two categories is that they tend to be very familiar to Indonesian people. In particular, products such as soy drinks and mung bean drinks have long been popular among the Indonesian population. Significant ... Read More

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