Region: Singapore
Category: Food & Beverage

Singapore Food & Beverage

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  • Naturally Healthy Packaged Food in Singapore

    ... stand-alone foodservice outlets to close and Singapore residents to work, study and generally stay at home to avoid unnecessary contact with others. This, alongside the general longer-term rise in consumer health awareness and the healthy ... Read More

  • Better For You Beverages in Singapore

    ... has increased consumer awareness of the health risks associated with excessive sugar intake, not least diabetes and heart diseases. Reduced sugar carbonates is by far the biggest sales contributor to BFY beverages in Singapore. Therefore, ... Read More

  • Better For You Packaged Food in Singapore

    ... home seclusion measures required consumers to work and study from home as much as possible and avoid unnecessary trips outside the home and contact with others. This led to spikes in retail sales as consumers ... Read More

  • Fortified/Functional Beverages in Singapore

    ... circuit breaker, there was a reduced demand for single-serve FF sports drinks for post-workout hydration reasons. While FF sports drinks continued to be consumed for general hydration during home seclusion, users shifted to larger pack ... Read More

  • Fortified/Functional Packaged Food in Singapore

    ... required to stay at home and avoid unnecessary contact with others. These factors saw a spike in retail volume and current value sales of packaged food as consumers stockpiled products for prolonged home consumption. Furthermore, ... Read More

  • Free From in Singapore

    ... such as Starbucks, to indirectly introduce their products to young consumers who are curious and open to the concept of meat alternatives. This move is considered prudent, as players can avoid direct competition in the ... Read More

  • Naturally Healthy Beverages in Singapore

    ... retail current value sales decline in NH soft drinks, and a steep drop in NH bottled water. NH bottled water usually benefits from impulse purchases of single-serve products, which are readily chilled and sold across ... Read More

  • Organic Beverages in Singapore

    ... terms of sales. The demand for both organic tea and coffee is limited by the higher price points of organic products. Most consumers remain unwilling to pay a premium for certified organic products. However, the ... Read More

  • Organic Packaged Food in Singapore

    ... the reasons for organic packaged food’s small market size is the higher price points of organic products. Many consumers are unwilling or unable to pay a premium for certified organic products, as their top priority ... Read More

  • Health and Wellness in Singapore

    ... 2019. The positive performance of health and wellness can be attributed to rising health concerns, which placed a premium on healthier and safer food and beverages. This trend was accelerated, rather than created, by the ... Read More

  • Fine Wines/Champagne and Spirits in Singapore

    ... Singapore, resulted in the collapse of on-trade sales of fine wines/champagne and spirits in 2020. As a result, some consumers spent the amount they would have normally on alcohol through on-trade channels directly from off-trade ... Read More

  • Food Preparation Appliances in Singapore

    ... positive sales growth in the category during the year was the rising importance of home cooking and the general uptick in health awareness as the COVID-19 pandemic discouraged people from dining outside of the home ... Read More

  • Singapore - The Future of Foodservice to 2024

    ... years (2019-2024) and acts as a vital point of reference for operators or suppliers. The report includes: The Singaporean profit sector has grown at a CAGR of 5.4% from 2014-2019, with the market becoming increasingly ... Read More

  • Soft Drinks in Singapore

    ... consumers to work and study remotely and abide by social distancing rules, in order to curb Coronavirus (COVID-19) community transmissions. However, during the pandemic, with soft drinks perceived as less essential than staple foods and ... Read More

  • Concentrates in Singapore

    ... large variety in terms of taste and is perceived as a healthier option, is marketed strongly and highly visible in various retail channels. As a result, RTD tea is increasingly encroaching on concentrates’ consumer base. ... Read More

  • Energy Drinks in Singapore

    ... the closure of foodservice establishments. While this caused a slump in on-trade sales, off-trade volume and current value sales growth over 2020 as a whole is expected to be significantly slower than in 2019. This ... Read More

  • Sports Drinks in Singapore

    ... to record a strong decline in current value terms over 2020 as a whole. The implementation of a circuit breaker and subsequent measures to slow the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19) reduced on-the-go consumption occasions as ... Read More

  • Asian Speciality Drinks in Singapore

    ... remains little new product development or advertising in support of reduced sugar options. Manufacturers may not be focusing on reduced sugar reformulations because of the small market size of Asian speciality drinks, as the cost ... Read More

  • Bottled Water in Singapore

    ... water with the closure of dine-in options in foodservice. Although takeaway or delivery options are still available, on-trade sales of bottled water have failed to recover significantly as consumers continue to drink tap water, refill ... Read More

  • Carbonates in Singapore

    ... healthy eating helps to explains the downward trajectory in carbonates in Singapore. In an attempt to curb the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19), the government has introduced measures that have seen consumers work and study at ... Read More

  • Juice in Singapore

    ... juice sales in Singapore. However, the Coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis has fostered a circuit breaker and home seclusion measures to halt the spread of the virus. Thus, consumers have been encouraged to work and study from ... Read More

  • RTD Coffee in Singapore

    ... measures to curb community COVID-19 transmissions included government calls for Singaporeans to work and study from home and the closure of foodservice establishments. Consumers have tended to transfer their on-trade and workplace coffee drinking habit ... Read More

  • RTD Tea in Singapore

    ... This helps to explain the growth in off-trade volume and value sales, although economic uncertainty caused by COVID-19 is expected to slow increments over 2020 as a whole, compared with 2019. As a result, off-trade ... Read More

  • Coffee in Singapore

    ... side with the opening of boutique roasters by big international chains or more niche and independent players. Consumers are looking for premium experiences for brunch and breakfast, often with freshly prepared coffee. During the circuit ... Read More

  • Tea in Singapore

    ... virus. The pandemic has seen consumers look for immunity boosting ingredients to complement their daily diet. Hence, fruit/herbal tea, which is generally positioned as a detox and immunity enhancing drink, has enjoyed higher demand. Furthermore, ... Read More

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