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Lifestyle Industry Research & Market Reports

  • Consumer Lifestyles in Italy

    ... “brain drain” is occurring as many young people choose to leave Italy in search of better work prospects. Nevertheless, a growing population of wealthy retirees and a rise in the number of single-person households is ... Read More

  • Free From in Canada

    ... allergies or intolerance. While various sources have estimated that consumers with certain medical conditions or serious allergies and thus who must follow strict diets may account for a relatively small percentage of the population, the ... Read More

  • Free From in Austria

    ... health benefits, if any. With more information and greater knowledge about the food they consume, consumers in Austria more frequently demanded alternatives to conventional packaged food. There was a greater propensity to shop for free ... Read More

  • Free From in Belgium

    ... Belgians is relatively stable, free from packaged food sales increased rapidly in 2017 as many consumers sought to limit the negative impact of consuming unhealthy packaged food on their health and on the environment. Wider ... Read More

  • Free From in Brazil

    ... 2022, free form lactose dairy is expected to dominate free from during the forecast period. This category will benefit from increasing concerns about lactose intolerance amongst consumers. New products are also likely to be launched ... Read More

  • Free From in Bulgaria

    ... ingredients from their everyday diets for wellness benefits is growing. Euromonitor International's Free From in Bulgaria report tracks the developments of health-associated product types and the healthy-option positioning of competing brands across different food sectors. ... Read More

  • Free From in the United Kingdom

    ... free from packaged food has a bright future in the country. Euromonitor International's Free From in United Kingdom report tracks the developments of health-associated product types and the healthy-option positioning of competing brands across different ... Read More

  • Consumer Lifestyles in Norway

    ... incomes are avid consumers, but, in contrast, many younger Norwegians are struggling to save to buy their first homes. Most Norwegians are internet users and this has spurred growth in online shopping. High net migration ... Read More

  • Consumer Lifestyles in France

    ... retirees is driving demand for premium products and leisure services; while the trend towards solo living is fuelling consumption of discretionary items, compact appliances and smaller pack sizes. Social media use is booming, and with ... Read More

  • Consumer Lifestyles in Germany

    ... market have buoyed consumer confidence and spurred household spending in recent years; yet shoppers are cautious by nature and remain price-conscious, risk-averse and wary of debt. The recent influx of refugees and other migrants, combined ... Read More

  • Free From in Peru

    ... commonly they prefer to consult pharmacists, delaying the right diagnosis of conditions such as lactose intolerance. However, while there is more information available and availability of lactose free products increases, consumers will continue to gain ... Read More

  • Free From in Slovakia

    ... power. Free from products typically meet all requirements for premium positioning, offering quality and added value, thus positively impacting sales growth in 2017. In terms of new product launches, for instance, Zott Milk Tiger (by ... Read More

  • Free From in Turkey

    ... food intolerance and rising awareness of product availability. In line with growing consumer demand, manufacturers are investing in new product launches and distribution. Increasing urbanisation and rising education also play important roles, since consumers diagnosed ... Read More

  • Free From in Vietnam

    ... example, Vinasoy’s Soymen (Vietnam Soy Milk) launched in December 2015 is claimed to be developed with the formula BCAAs 2:1:1 to help maintain and build muscle, especially for men. Its packaging promotes benefits “for men’s ... Read More

  • Free From in Denmark

    ... in continued strong value growth in 2017, and a rising degree of media attention with various articles and blog posts suggesting that a free from gluten diet can help reduce bloating and other conditions. Euromonitor ... Read More

  • Free From in Saudi Arabia

    ... particularly among babies. This trend helped to bolster the development of free from packaged food in 2017, and should continue to do so over the forecast period. Euromonitor International's Free From in Saudi Arabia report ... Read More

  • Free From in Chile

    ... the increase in common food allergies and intolerances diagnosed by specialists. Nevertheless, non-diagnosed consumers began to consume free from products, believing that they may have some degree of a food allergy. Moreover, several other types ... Read More

  • Free From in Colombia

    ... Consumers are adopting free from products with a preventive rather than corrective approach. This is what is driving growth in these categories to the point that free from lactose milk is becoming mainstream. Aware of ... Read More

  • Free From in Finland

    ... products being lactose-free. Plant-based protein innovations in free from meat meat substitutes and ice cream vegan options have stormed the market in line with the vegan boom. Neither free from lactose nor vegan options are ... Read More

  • Free From in South Africa

    ... Free from products are likely to appear in a wider range of packaged food categories during the forecast period. For example, soy milk is the main type of free from dairy milk alternative present in ... Read More

  • Free From in Israel

    ... are becoming more aware of lactose sensitivity and intolerance, which drives many to avoid dairy products altogether. This, alongside the growing variety of dairy-free products, is accelerating category growth – especially milk alternatives, as milk ... Read More

  • Free From in the Philippines

    ... retail value sales. Free from dairy soy milk held the largest value share in 2017 and was also a key driver of growth. Soy milk is popular among adults as it is actively promoted by ... Read More

  • Free From in Romania

    ... such periods. Seasonality thus remains high and development incremental due to limited spending power, particularly among pious consumers. However, this is gradually changing. For example, canned pâté is one of the few products posting growth ... Read More

  • Free From in Thailand

    ... new entrants over the review period. Rivon Soygurt, launched in late 2015 (Sahapathanapibul) is one example. This soy-based yoghurt, priced similar to traditional dairy yoghurt, also advertised other properties such as being gluten-free, fortified with ... Read More

  • Free From in the Netherlands

    ... for free from gluten products across packaged food. The range is expected to increase and, as in 2017, become more widely available in standard supermarkets and discounters, and no longer limited to specialist food stores. ... Read More

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