Region: Hong Kong
Category: Food

Hong Kong Food

(206 reports matching your criteria)
  • Food and Drink E-Commerce in Hong Kong, China

    ... order food and drink in bulk. Others, particularly older consumers, shopped from home because they did not want to visit physical stores in person due to the risk of contagion. They were aided in this ... Read More

  • Supermarkets in Hong Kong, China

    ... began to prepare more meals at home and sought to stock up in anticipation of food shortages due to supply chain disruption. Demand was particularly strong for such products as cooking ingredients, ready meals, rice, ... Read More

  • Traditional Grocery Retailers in Hong Kong, China

    ... in demand for staple foods, as consumers prepared more meals at home and stocked up in fear of product shortages arising from COVID-19. Products like instant noodles, shelf stable processed food, savoury snacks and cooking ... Read More

  • Better For You Beverages in Hong Kong, China

    ... sugar beverages to replace traditionally high-in-sugar varieties. Therefore, categories such as reduced sugar carbonates are able to fare better than overall carbonates, and are even predicted to post low volume growth in the forecast period. ... Read More

  • Better For You Packaged Food in Hong Kong, China

    ... to reduced salt and reduced fat sauces, dressings and condiments. Lee Kum Kee even launched a vegan “Premium Mushroom Powder” which contains 60% less sodium content than salt and features a umami flavour to eliminate ... Read More

  • Fortified/Functional Beverages in Hong Kong, China

    ... 2020 after making good consistent gains earlier in the review period. Sales declined in 2020 as consumption potential was eroded by Hong Kongers staying at home as much as possible, working as well as spending ... Read More

  • Fortified/Functional Packaged Food in Hong Kong, China

    ... down the whole category performance for those years. In 2019, social unrest in Hong Kong discouraged tourists from visiting the city, while the smuggling of milk formula to mainland China was also a major issue. ... Read More

  • Naturally Healthy Packaged Food in Hong Kong, China

    ... home seclusion and greater time spent cooking, many consumers stockpiled rice for a sense of security. This phenomenon was especially visible following the occurrence of the first three pandemic waves (ie sudden increases in new ... Read More

  • Free From in Hong Kong, China

    ... for moderation. Health factors and cost-effectiveness were two clear drivers of Omnipork’s strong performance amid the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020. Omnipork’s health and nutrient profile such as lower saturated fat, richer fibre, zero cholesterol and ... Read More

  • Organic Beverages in Hong Kong, China

    ... seclusion precluded many opportunities for on-the-go consumption to arise. Euromonitor International's Organic Beverages in Hong Kong, China report tracks the developments of health-associated product types and the healthy-option positioning of competing brands across different food ... Read More

  • Organic Packaged Food in Hong Kong, China

    ... extent by local consumption as the health crisis considerably reduced the number of Chinese visitors into the country over the year. Regardless of the COVID-19 pandemic, a number of Hong Kong parents still purchased organic ... Read More

  • Health and Wellness in Hong Kong, China

    ... consistent demand for all health and wellness products as part of a lifestyle change, with gym classes for example booming in the city prior to the pandemic. Euromonitor International's Health and Wellness in Hong Kong, ... Read More

  • Large Cooking Appliances in Hong Kong, China

    ... number of permits issued in 2019 was lower than in 2018, implying new construction projects were already slowing down. This meant that built-in large cooking appliances declined mildly in 2019 before government restrictions on gatherings ... Read More

  • Small Cooking Appliances in Hong Kong, China

    ... out as much as possible. Consumers also picked up cooking as a hobby since entertainment outdoors was much less available due to social distancing. Breadmakers recorded the strongest growth in 2020 as a result, but ... Read More

  • Food Preparation Appliances in Hong Kong, China

    ... previous year as consumers bought these appliances as lifestyle products. While the largest category of blenders accelerated, food processors recorded the fastest volume growth in 2020, with Hong Kongers staying at home baking and cooking ... Read More

  • Asian Speciality Drinks in Hong Kong, China

    ... in 2020. In foodservice, sales experienced a huge loss due to the number of measures to fight COVID-19 imposed by the Hong Kong government. In order to comply with the lockdown measures, on-trade outlets like ... Read More

  • Sports Drinks in Hong Kong, China

    ... the total volume of sports drinks observed a heavy slide due to the sales drop in both foodservice and retail. In foodservice, sales of sports drinks experienced a substantial loss as a result of the ... Read More

  • Packaged Food in Hong Kong, China

    ... at home, the arrival of COVID-19 in 2020 greatly swayed residents to undertake home seclusion and social distancing, and so cooking occasions at home drastically surged. Staple foods were targeted by Hong Kongers for stockpiling ... Read More

  • Processed Fruit and Vegetables in Hong Kong, China

    ... vegetables had been stagnating with some products having a less healthy image compared to fresh produce. However, with concerns over food shortages households stocked up on many products, with shelf stable fruit and vegetables being ... Read More

  • Processed Meat and Seafood in Hong Kong, China

    ... review period, the World Health Organisation (WHO) brought attention to possible links between the consumption of processed meat and non-communicable diseases such as cancer and heart disease. This served to dissuade some consumers from eating ... Read More

  • Baked Goods in Hong Kong, China

    ... social distancing and hygiene have resulted in a notable shift towards packaged bread in 2020, with packaged leavened bread expected to see the most dynamic growth. This also led to more consumers shopping for bread ... Read More

  • Breakfast Cereals in Hong Kong, China

    ... when the lockdown was announced. However, this stockpiling was not as significant as that seen with other staples, with consumers prioritising their spending. Nevertheless, breakfast cereals has also seen some benefit from consumers working from ... Read More

  • Rice, Pasta and Noodles in Hong Kong, China

    ... home even when not required to do so. Unwilling or unable to leave their homes consumers have been making more home cooked meals, with rice, pasta and noodles being a key component of many traditional ... Read More

  • Sweet Spreads in Hong Kong, China

    ... paired with. Bread accompanied with a sweet spread is a quick and easy meal or snack to make. With consumers spending more time at home, it was more commonly consumed in 2020 than earlier in ... Read More

  • Sauces, Dressings and Condiments in Hong Kong, China

    ... consumers had to stay and eat at home more often, thus increasing the amount of home cooking and takeaway meals. Takeaways and meal deliveries were perceived as foodservice options that restricted exposure to COVID-19, whilst ... Read More

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