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Region: Africa
Category: Consumer Goods

Africa Consumer Goods

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  • Dog Food in Morocco

    ... a huge chunk of sales in dry dog food in Morocco. This is mainly because dog owners tend to be from the upper- and middle-income groups, and are less price sensitive. These people tend to ... Read More

  • Pet Products in Morocco

    ... humanise their cats and dogs in Morocco, which is evident in them buying pet clothes and organising pet birthdays with purchases of new toys and gadgets. The humanisation of animals is noticeably intensifying in the ... Read More

  • Pet Care in Morocco

    ... the middle- and upper-income groups. Pet ownership is also limited to larger urban areas, such as the metropolitan axis of Casablanca-Rabat and Marrakech. Feeding pets food leftovers at home is still the most common practice ... Read More

  • Cat Food in Morocco

    ... dog as a pet inside their small apartments, especially in large urban areas. As a result, people in Morocco who are keen on having pets for company adopt cats. This trend has been growing, and ... Read More

  • Other Pet Food in Morocco

    ... in the country. To illustrate, fish also require additional expenditure, which a large number of Moroccans are unable to afford, such as tanks, electricity, cleaning, etc. Thus, fish food remains limited to a niche consumer ... Read More

  • Sun Care in Algeria

    ... sun without any protection can increase the risk of skin cancer. As a result, rising consumer awareness about the harmful effects of UV rays is expected and many consumers will therefore be taking more precautions ... Read More

  • Hair Care in Algeria

    ... driver of demand in hair care will be the growing financial independence of female consumers, as more women have entered the Algerian workforce. Moreover, the increasing modernisation of retailers will help consumers to purchase more ... Read More

  • Oral Care in Algeria

    ... oral hygiene, rising incidence of dental caries and other periodontal diseases, and technological advancements in oral care products will be driving the category growth. Moreover, the development of modern retailing systems, making products more visible, ... Read More

  • Men's Grooming in Algeria

    ... should positively impact demand for men’s grooming products, particularly those claiming to offer added-value benefits. In addition, the expected increasing visibility of men’s grooming products thanks to ongoing development of modern retailing will positively influence ... Read More

  • Fragrances in Algeria

    ... women and men like to use fragrance every day. Indeed, the culture of using fragrance is inculcated in the minds of Algerian consumers, who believe that fragrance is a product that can represent one’s style, ... Read More

  • Baby and Child-Specific Products in Algeria

    ... strengthened by a stable, high birth rate. Increasing health awareness amongst Algerian parents and therefore spending on baby and child-specific products is expected to intensify over the forecast period, driving strong demand. This trend will ... Read More

  • Bath and Shower in Algeria

    ... and shower is used daily. Indeed, bath and shower will be increasingly considered as necessary for consumers looking to lead healthy and hygienic lifestyles. In addition, the expected growing demand will likely result in a ... Read More

  • Beauty and Personal Care in Algeria

    ... and hair care categories. A growing population, increasing consumer awareness and lifestyle changes due to urbanisation are generating sales growth in Algeria. Moreover, an increasing number of women are joining the workforce and becoming economically ... Read More

  • Colour Cosmetics in Algeria

    ... growth in the number of women in the workforce, with women being more likely to spend more on their personal appearance, thus fuelling revenue growth of colour cosmetics. Moreover, this value growth will be supported ... Read More

  • Deodorants in Algeria

    ... predicted decline in consumer spending power. Deodorant sales should also see positive growth because of an increasing population and because more consumers will consider deodorants an essential part of acceptable personal hygiene. In addition, deodorants ... Read More

  • Depilatories in Algeria

    ... with expected rising incomes amongst women, who are increasingly involved in more formal employment in urban areas, as well as exposure to Western culture through the media, demand is projected to continue growing steadily. Furthermore, ... Read More

  • Skin Care in Algeria

    ... in the necessity of their skin care products. In addition, rising exposure to international beauty and grooming trends, allied with the increasing image consciousness of consumers, is expected to lead to an increased willingness to ... Read More

  • Beauty and Personal Care in Tunisia

    ... with a study by TBC Partners Centre indicating that most Tunisians only spend TND20-30 on such products per month. This illustrates that many types of beauty and personal care products are still perceived as “secondary” ... Read More

  • Hair Care in Tunisia

    ... fact that Tunisians are becoming more aware of the harmful effects that various chemicals can have on hair, and are therefore increasingly willing to spend more on products made with natural or herbal ingredients. As ... Read More

  • Mass Beauty and Personal Care in Tunisia

    ... unit prices for imported products arising from currency devaluations will be a major driver of value sales growth. However, rising urbanisation will also help to fuel demand in many categories, including mass colour cosmetics, mass ... Read More

  • Oral Care in Tunisia

    ... such as mouthwashes/dental rinses, dental floss, toothbrushes and toothpaste, recognising that this can reduce the likelihood that they will have to visit the dentist and therefore save them money over the long term. This trend ... Read More

  • Oral Care in Cameroon

    ... activities will be one of the key factors helping to boost growth in oral care, as many lower-income consumers remain unaware of the benefits of a good oral hygiene routine. Euromonitor International's Oral Care in ... Read More

  • Bath and Shower in Cameroon

    ... increasing entry of body wash/shower gel products with different positionings, as retailers tried to diversify their brand portfolios. In addition, the growth in the number of middle-income consumers was another factor that positively impacted the ... Read More

  • Baby and Child-Specific Products in Cameroon

    ... the steady birth rate and rising disposable incomes are expected to positively impact baby and child-specific products, a combination of the large population, the increasing number of women in the workplace, improved levels of education ... Read More

  • Mass Beauty and Personal Care in Cameroon

    ... majority of Cameroonians are on low incomes. Being price-sensitive, this consumer group tends to direct their expenditure towards essential goods, and favours value for money deals. Cameroon has a high unemployment rate, and consequently a ... Read More

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