Region: Asia
Category: Candy

Asia Candy

(290 reports matching your criteria)
  • Asia Pacific Frozen Fruits Market Forecast to 2027 - COVID-19 Impact and Regional Analysis by Product Type (Citrus Fruits, Tropical Fruits, Berries, and Others), Application (Confectionery and Bakery, Jams and Preserves, Fruit-Based Beverages, Dairy, and

    ... and Others), and Technique (Freeze Drying and Individual Quick Freezing) The Asia Pacific frozen fruits market was valued at US$ 484.65 million in 2019 and is projected to reach US$ 1,628.53 million by 2027; it ... Read More

  • Chewing Gums Market Trends in China

    ... manufacturing capabilities and rising consumer consumptions in China have transformed China’s society and economy. China is one of the world’s major producers for industrial and consumer products. Far outpacing other economies in the world, China ... Read More

  • Gum in India

    ... COVID-19 lockdown, which began on 25 March. While restrictions were eased towards the end of Lockdown 2.0 (14 April to 3 May) and beginning of Lockdown 3.0 (3 May to 17 May), manufacturers engaged in ... Read More

  • Sugar Confectionery in India

    ... and rural areas, where products are sold through kirana/mom & pop stores (small independent grocers). As the tastes and preferences of consumers differ across states, companies need to ensure that they understand the local flavours ... Read More

  • Sugar & Gum Confectionery in India (2020) – Market Sizes

    ... mints, hard, functional and other sugar confectionery. Market size comprises sales through all retail channels including direct to consumer. Market size for Sugar & Gum Confectionery in India is given in INR and tonne with ... Read More

  • Sugar & Gum Confectionery in Turkey (2020) – Market Sizes

    ... mints, hard, functional and other sugar confectionery. Market size comprises sales through all retail channels including direct to consumer. Market size for Sugar & Gum Confectionery in Turkey is given in TRY and tonne with ... Read More

  • Gum in Russia

    ... consumption when commuting or travelling. In-store placement and product displays are therefore important marketing tools, and manufacturers pay noticeable attention to gum placement in these modern grocery retailers. In the second half of the review ... Read More

  • Sugar Confectionery in Russia

    ... improved. However, in 2020, sales of sugar confectionery are expected to witness relatively strong positive growth in both retail volume and current value terms, at rates that will actually exceed those of chocolate confectionery. Despite ... Read More

  • Sugar Confectionery in Taiwan

    ... have more functional properties, such as medicated confectionery and mints that are used to freshen one’s breath, are not likely to perform as well as categories like pastilles, gums, jellies, and chews, which are meant ... Read More

  • Gum in Taiwan

    ... need to remove a mask to chew gum is also set to limit demand. During the COVID-19 outbreak, there was also a shift away from purchases via convenience stores as consumers remained at home for ... Read More

  • Gum in Kazakhstan

    ... steadfast loyalty is reflected in the shares of these brands, which have remained dominant over the review period and are set to remain so in 2020, with Wrigley by far the biggest of the two. ... Read More

  • Sugar Confectionery in Kazakhstan

    ... with chocolate confectionery. This is likely to be more noticeable in 2020, as disposable incomes have plummeted as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and sugar confectionery is considered a more indulgent snack product. Unlike ... Read More

  • Gum in South Korea

    ... and pastilles, gums, jellies and chews. Sales were also falling, particularly among female consumers, due to mounting concerns about jaw muscles resulting from the repetitive chewing involved when consuming gum. Euromonitor International's Gum in South ... Read More

  • Gum in Vietnam

    ... to see their best growth rate of the review period over 2020 as a whole. As consumers worked from home and schools closed, a level of stockpiling of chewing gum and bubble gum was visible ... Read More

  • Sugar Confectionery in Vietnam

    ... from home, and schools and entertainment venues closed, such measures were quite short-lived. Moreover, grocery retailers remained open, which ensured access to sugar confectionery. As Vietnam coped effectively with the outbreak of the Coronavirus (COVID-19), ... Read More

  • Sugar Confectionery in South Korea

    ... consumer need, as a mouth freshener. Due to growing concerns related to the repetitive chewing habit with gum that is felt can negatively influence the jawline, the demand for a replacement has increased among female ... Read More

  • Gum in Hong Kong, China

    ... Most gum sold in Hong Kong is not only sugar-free but also clearly positioned as being beneficial to oral and respiratory health. Consequently, rising health concerns following the outbreak of the global pandemic had less ... Read More

  • Sugar Confectionery in Hong Kong, China

    ... instability, and a general lack of consumer loyalty. Since investment in marketing and innovation was sharply cut by most players, customers also lacked the incentive to purchase sugar confectionery products. Euromonitor International's Sugar Confectionery in ... Read More

  • Gum in the Philippines

    ... COVID-19. The category is likely to be adversely affected by the pandemic since gum is highly discretionary. With the entire Luzon region being placed under quarantine in March and April, and various other lockdowns since ... Read More

  • Sugar Confectionery in the Philippines

    ... current value growth, a slight retail volume decline and a significant decline in foodservice volume sales. Sales are expected to be negatively affected by the spread of COVID-19. With the entire Luzon region placed under ... Read More

  • Gum in Georgia

    ... will be attracted by sugar-free gum’s breath-freshening properties and concerns regarding the direct impact of sugarised gum on the teeth. Euromonitor International's Gum in Georgia report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape ... Read More

  • Gum in Turkey

    ... and volume growth in 2020 compared to the review period. As a product, gum is vulnerable to changes in consumer behaviour brought about by the global pandemic. For example, it is a snack that is ... Read More

  • Sugar Confectionery in Indonesia

    ... growth is expected to be lower than that seen in 2019, although similar to the growth rates seen in other years of the review period. Foodservice volume sales are expected to plummet due to the ... Read More

  • Sugar Confectionery in Turkey

    ... growing trend in Turkey, consumers are increasingly turning to confectionery products that they perceive to carry a preventative health benefit. This reflects the wider trend of increased demand for food and snacks with immunity-boosting claims. ... Read More

  • Sugar Confectionery in Georgia

    ... terms of unit prices. Despite this, Roshen Kondyterska Korporatsia from Ukraine is likely to increase its current retail value share in 2020, with its Roshen and Barbaris brands both performing well. This is in spite ... Read More

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