Region: Europe
Category: Healthy

Europe Healthy

(29 reports matching your criteria)
  • Free From in Portugal

    ... in Portugal, we are seeing an increased sophistication in offerings available. Plant-based products are also appearing in new sub-categories, such as baby food and ice cream. Euromonitor International's Free From in Portugal report tracks the ... Read More

  • Better For You Packaged Food in Ukraine

    ... compared to organic packaged food. Overall, reduced fat dairy held the highest retail volume share, supported by expanding assortments for reduced fat fromage frais and quark, reduced fat flavoured milk drinks, reduced fat cheese, and ... Read More

  • Naturally Healthy Packaged Food in Ukraine

    ... only by the lower than average unit price of the latter, but the general tradition of consuming sour milk products such as kefir, ryazhanka and zakyaska in the country. Further development however, has led to ... Read More

  • Free From in Norway

    ... with plant-based and vegan alternatives gaining in popularity. Free from meat experienced somewhat of a revitalisation in 2016 and 2017 when all three of the major retailers introduced private label ranges within free from meat ... Read More

  • Free From in Hungary

    ... perceived health benefits of removing gluten from the diet. In 2019, this free from gluten trend mainly drove sales of free from cakes, sweet biscuits and ready meals, which coincidentally are all indulgence products. While ... Read More

  • Free From in the Netherlands

    ... how this can be achieved in text and images by mirroring a vegetable choice for each animal product or recipe. The Dutch are thus challenged to consciously think about choosing between an animal or vegetable ... Read More

  • Free From in Finland

    ... from various allergies and intolerances and require the wider range of free from dairy, lactose or gluten products that continue to enter the category, but also appeals to increasing numbers of Finns who are becoming ... Read More

  • Free From in Sweden

    ... These products are now available in more forms and there is therefore a wider assortment of free from meat products, so choosing free from meat has been made easier for consumers. Larger players and private ... Read More

  • Free From in Bulgaria

    ... detrimental effects. For example, earlier in the review period, lactose intolerance was not a popular diagnosis in Bulgaria. However, in 2019, medicine and technology advancement make it easy to identify such problems. While the incidence ... Read More

  • Free From in Greece

    ... both the variety and distribution of free from products available in Greece. While such products were mainly found in specialist health food stores at the beginning of the review period, by 2019 they were widely ... Read More

  • Free From in the Czech Republic

    ... gluten, lactose) and diabetic sufferers remain the main purchasers of free from packaged food in the Czech Republic in 2019. However, demand is expanding beyond these consumers to capture health-conscious ones looking to avoid gluten, ... Read More

  • Free From in Austria

    ... conventional ones. According to the Austrian Nutrition Society (ÖGE), only 10-15% of the Austrian population is affected by lactose intolerance. The Austrian Committee for Coeliac Disease claims that merely 1% of the total Austrian population ... Read More

  • Free From in Romania

    ... dairy, often during religious fasts. The evolution of free from gluten and free from lactose continued to increase in the country – which is not only due to allergies but also fashionable food trends, particularly ... Read More

  • Free From in France

    ... growing health and wellness category over the forecast period. Firstly, French consumers are becoming more aware of the ingredients in packaged food and the potential for ingredients to cause adverse dietary reactions. In addition, the ... Read More

  • Free From in Slovakia

    ... driven not only by those with intolerances but by those who simply want to increase wellness and aid digestion. The reduction of gluten is also due to a belief in the country that bread, and ... Read More

  • Free From in Belgium

    ... relatively stable, free from packaged food sales increased rapidly in 2019, as many consumers sought to limit the negative impact of choosing unhealthy alternatives. Extensive media coverage continues to highlight the detrimental effects of certain ... Read More

  • Free From in Italy

    ... category suffered from an average unit price decline in 2019, as the offer is expanding, but the shelves are overcrowded with different brands, including private label, so the competition is fierce. Meanwhile, free from gluten ... Read More

  • Free From in Spain

    ... aim is to align the criteria within the EU. FACE has already launched the internationally recognised barred spike (Espiga Barrada) gluten-free symbol, which coexisted with the new label until 31 December 2019. Such developments are ... Read More

  • Free From in the United Kingdom

    ... of health-conscious consumers, plant-based consumers, flexitarians, vegetarians and vegans increased significantly in the review period, and continues to grow. Nowadays, free from gluten and free from lactose products target not only consumers with health issues, ... Read More

  • Free From in Denmark

    ... Danes, to an increasing degree, want to decide what they put into their bodies all the way to the last detail. Free from lactose products continue to gain popularity. This is also a result of ... Read More

  • Free From in Ireland

    ... the review period, with further positive development expected over the forecast period. For example, Ireland has one of the highest rates of coeliac disease in the world and many Irish consumers are therefore regularly consuming ... Read More

  • Attitudes towards Healthy Eating - UK - February 2019

    ... lack of awareness of which foods provide this benefit. Products with EFSA-approved claims in this area should therefore look to flag this up clearly on-pack, with plenty of scope for more innovation in this area. ... Read More

  • Managing a Healthy Lifestyle - UK - November 2018

    ... time and expense. Encouragingly consumers are very open to guidance and advice, helping them to cut through the all the noise around health and steering them towards healthier choices.” – Emma Clifford, Associate Director, UK ... Read More

  • Consumer Lifestyles in Sweden

    ... been at the forefront of the sustainable living movement, driving demand for a range of clean foods and eco-friendly products. Nevertheless, an influx of low-skilled migrants and a growing housing crisis are creating a bigger ... Read More

  • Consumer Lifestyles in Norway

    ... incomes are avid consumers, but, in contrast, many younger Norwegians are struggling to save to buy their first homes. Most Norwegians are internet users and this has spurred growth in online shopping. High net migration ... Read More

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