Region: Singapore
Category: Food

Singapore Food

(282 reports matching your criteria)
  • Food and Drink E-Commerce in Singapore

    ... and stockpiling of household essentials at supermarkets and grocery stores island wide for fear of a potential supply shortage. Euromonitor International's Food and Drink E-Commerce in Singapore report offers insight into key trends and developments ... Read More

  • Supermarkets in Singapore

    ... behaviour at local supermarkets. Singaporeans swamped supermarkets and swept the shelves of household essentials such as canned food, instant noodles and personal care, and hygiene products such as hand washes, sanitizers, and toilet paper. The ... Read More

  • Traditional Grocery Retailers in Singapore

    ... and many now are staying at home and no longer venturing out of the house as often. As a result, traditional grocery retailers located near the Central Business District and schools are most heavily affected, ... Read More

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • Packaged Food in Singapore

    ... COVID-19 transmission in the community. When the implementation of the Circuit Breaker period was announced, consumers rushed to stockpile essential packaged food items such as meat, rice, noodles and cooking ingredients. This resulted in spikes ... Read More

  • Singapore Caviar Market Insights and Forecast to 2027

    ... 1.12 million by the end of 2027, with a CAGR of 6.88% during 2020-2027. Singapore Caviar Scope and Segment Caviar market is segmented by company, by Type, and by Application. Players, stakeholders, and other participants ... Read More

  • Baked Goods in Singapore

    ... the largest category, packaged leavened bread. With Circuit Breaker measures kicking in as the government made efforts to curb community COVID-19 transmission, Singaporeans were asked to work and study from home and many foodservice outlets ... Read More

  • Processed Meat and Seafood in Singapore

    ... higher current value growth. As part of the government’s efforts to curb the community transmission of COVID-19 in the first half of the year, Singapore residents were required to stay at home and avoid unnecessary ... Read More

  • Rice, Pasta and Noodles in Singapore

    ... COVID-19 spread and different government measures were introduced, Singapore saw panic-buying by consumers, especially when the Disease Outbreak Response System Condition (DORSCON) status was raised to Orange and Circuit Breaker measures were announced. This panic-buying ... Read More

  • Processed Fruit and Vegetables in Singapore

    ... As the virus spread in the country, residents were required to stay at home to work and study, whilst foodservice outlets were required to close, and were only allowed to offer takeaway and delivery. This ... Read More

  • Sauces, Dressings and Condiments in Singapore

    ... as sauces, dressings and condiments. The category covers a wide range of products many of which are regularly used in popular local and foreign dishes and such have benefited from the home cooking trend. With ... Read More

  • Soup in Singapore

    ... increased demand put a strain on the supply of soup, especially between April and June when consumer movements were restricted. Concerned as to how long they would be forced to remain at home, and with ... Read More

  • Sweet Spreads in Singapore

    ... unable to operate as normal this has helped drive sales of sweet spreads. Sweet spreads on bread has become a popular quick breakfast fix as well as a tasty snack option during 2020 with consumers ... Read More

< prev 1 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10