Region: Caribbean
Category: Consumer Goods

Caribbean Consumer Goods

(181 reports matching your criteria)
  • Central America and the Caribbean Shows Gradual Recovery from the Disruptive Impact of COVID-19

    ... deep economic contractions experienced in 2020 on account of COVID-19 led disruptions. The region is still heavily dependent on external demand, be it tourism inflows in the Caribbean or trade in Central America. As global ... Read More

  • Cigars, Cigarillos and Smoking Tobacco in Dominican Republic

    ... closure of the largest distribution channels for this product area ? department stores, tobacco specialists and hotels/bars/restaurants ? considerably reduced consumer access to these products. This combined with home seclusion amid health concerns around the ... Read More

  • Smokeless Tobacco, E-Vapour Products and Heated Tobacco in Dominican Republic

    ... expected to experience significant slowdowns during 2020 as a whole, due to the lockdown period in the second quarter of the year, with non cig-a-like closed systems likely to be the most badly affected. Temporary ... Read More

  • Tobacco in Dominican Republic

    ... to the virus in the media, this has not been as much a part of the discourse in the Dominican Republic as it has in other countries. As such most smokers maintained their habit during ... Read More

  • Cigarettes in Dominican Republic

    ... quit or migrate to perceived reduced harm alternatives, such as e-vapour or heated tobacco products. With many people seeking value for money, quarterly increases in taxation and higher prices continued to depress consumption frequency, while ... Read More

  • Country Economic Forecasts - Cuba

    ... 11% in 2020. We forecast a 7.3% pick-up in 2021, but GDP may not recover to pre-Covid levels until 2023. While global and domestic vaccination progress should boost international travel, we still see Cuba’s tourism ... Read More

  • Retail Tissue in Dominican Republic

    ... current value growth in the industry, and rates of increase higher than in any other year of the review period, due to COVID-19. A spike in demand was seen in the first half of the ... Read More

  • Retail Adult Incontinence in Dominican Republic

    ... still keen to purchase products which they increasingly considered as essential. However, as with other retail hygiene products, price remained a major factor influencing purchasing decisions, with consumers being more cautious with their incomes due ... Read More

  • Sanitary Protection in Dominican Republic

    ... the rising number of women of menstruating age. The slight negative impact on the rate of increase was due to COVID-19, as sales slowed down due to depressed incomes as a result of the economic ... Read More

  • Nappies/Diapers/Pants in Dominican Republic

    ... a much slower current value increase than in previous years. This was mainly on the back of depressed incomes due to the economic fallout of COVID-19, which hampered the switch to disposable products from cloth ... Read More

  • Wipes in Dominican Republic

    ... pandemic. However, marginally higher volume growth was seen than in the previous year, along with marginally lower current value growth. This indicates that consumers were purchasing more, but looking for lower prices. Euromonitor International's Wipes ... Read More

  • Away-From-Home Tissue and Hygiene in Dominican Republic

    ... differed between categories. The solid growth seen for AFH hygiene (AFH adult incontinence) was a continuation of the trend seen in previous years and was maintained by higher demand by hospitals/healthcare due to COVID-19. However, ... Read More

  • Tissue and Hygiene in Dominican Republic

    ... although AFH hygiene maintained growth, AFH tissue saw a strong decline. This was due to a reduction in business activities, the closure of foodservice outlets and the significant decline in the number of tourists due ... Read More

  • Depilatories in Dominican Republic

    ... led consumers to adopt a more relaxed approach to personal grooming regimens, including hair removal. A growing number of consumers started preferring professional wax services pre-pandemic, but the closure of salons between March-June 2020 ignited ... Read More

  • Hair Care in Dominican Republic

    ... hair care regimens, grew significantly in 2020. Moreover, hair loss treatments and medicated shampoos also saw strong growth, as demand for these products was supported by the fact that they were perceived as necessities by ... Read More

  • Premium Beauty and Personal Care in Dominican Republic

    ... spending to focus on essential items, with the premium segment also impacted by consumers trading down to mass alternatives. In this respect, the segment’s performance was affected by the fact that its consumer base has ... Read More

  • Sun Care in Dominican Republic

    ... 19 March 2020 instantly ended sales to inbound tourists, a key consumer group for sun care and a major driver of growth during the review period. Furthermore, home seclusion, the closure of leisure environments and ... Read More

  • Mass Beauty and Personal Care in Dominican Republic

    ... the curfew imposed in the country, but also by the rise of the dollar exchange rate. In a moment when price was a sensitive issue, and the need to look for more value for their ... Read More

  • Colour Cosmetics in Dominican Republic

    ... colour cosmetics is attributable to the lack of social contact resulting from home seclusion, and consumers shifting the focus of waning spending power towards essential items. Euromonitor International's Colour Cosmetics in Dominican Republic report offers ... Read More

  • Beauty and Personal Care in Dominican Republic

    ... to limit the spread of the pandemic (such as curfew), disposable incomes were negatively impacted. In July 2020, a significant portion of formal employees were out of social security which means they were laid off. ... Read More

  • Baby and Child-Specific Products in Dominican Republic

    ... Notably, promotions were stopped at the point of purchase in the Dominican Republic due to the exchange rate’s uncertainty in 2020. Imported brands were most negatively affected by this development as they had the disadvantage ... Read More

  • Fragrances in Dominican Republic

    ... essential items, and the lack of social contact resulting from lockdown, which led to a sharp decline in the occasions on which fragrances are typically worn. Moreover, the closure of workplaces and leisure environments, and ... Read More

  • Bath and Shower in Dominican Republic

    ... hand washing in public health messages aimed at curbing the spread of COVID-19 provided a considerable boost to demand for products such as bar and liquid soap in 2020. In terms of current value growth, ... Read More

  • Deodorants in Dominican Republic

    ... decline, with deodorant pumps the only subcategory to experience growth. At the beginning of the pandemic, (March-May 2020), deodorants were especially negatively impacted by a change in the frequency of use. As more people spent ... Read More

  • Men's Grooming in Dominican Republic

    ... For instance, men’s bath and shower posted the strongest current value growth in 2020 (albeit slower than in 2019). Men’s bath and shower posted the best performance since consumers maintained their shower habits regardless of ... Read More

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