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  • Spain in 2030: The Future Demographic

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  • The Netherlands in 2030: The Future Demographic

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  • Consumer Lifestyles in Italy

    ... “brain drain” is occurring as many young people choose to leave Italy in search of better work prospects. Nevertheless, a growing population of wealthy retirees and a rise in the number of single-person households is ... Read More

  • Free From in Austria

    ... health benefits, if any. With more information and greater knowledge about the food they consume, consumers in Austria more frequently demanded alternatives to conventional packaged food. There was a greater propensity to shop for free ... Read More

  • Free From in Belgium

    ... Belgians is relatively stable, free from packaged food sales increased rapidly in 2017 as many consumers sought to limit the negative impact of consuming unhealthy packaged food on their health and on the environment. Wider ... Read More

  • Free From in Bulgaria

    ... ingredients from their everyday diets for wellness benefits is growing. Euromonitor International's Free From in Bulgaria report tracks the developments of health-associated product types and the healthy-option positioning of competing brands across different food sectors. ... Read More

  • Free From in the United Kingdom

    ... free from packaged food has a bright future in the country. Euromonitor International's Free From in United Kingdom report tracks the developments of health-associated product types and the healthy-option positioning of competing brands across different ... Read More

  • Ireland in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ... this relatively strong growth, while positive net migration will account for nearly a third. Dublin is bigger than the next nine cities combined, this will remain the case in 2030 when it will account for ... 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

  • Consumer Lifestyles in France

    ... retirees is driving demand for premium products and leisure services; while the trend towards solo living is fuelling consumption of discretionary items, compact appliances and smaller pack sizes. Social media use is booming, and with ... Read More

  • Consumer Lifestyles in Germany

    ... market have buoyed consumer confidence and spurred household spending in recent years; yet shoppers are cautious by nature and remain price-conscious, risk-averse and wary of debt. The recent influx of refugees and other migrants, combined ... Read More

  • Free From in Slovakia

    ... power. Free from products typically meet all requirements for premium positioning, offering quality and added value, thus positively impacting sales growth in 2017. In terms of new product launches, for instance, Zott Milk Tiger (by ... Read More

  • Free From in Denmark

    ... in continued strong value growth in 2017, and a rising degree of media attention with various articles and blog posts suggesting that a free from gluten diet can help reduce bloating and other conditions. Euromonitor ... Read More

  • Free From in Finland

    ... products being lactose-free. Plant-based protein innovations in free from meat meat substitutes and ice cream vegan options have stormed the market in line with the vegan boom. Neither free from lactose nor vegan options are ... Read More

  • Free From in Romania

    ... such periods. Seasonality thus remains high and development incremental due to limited spending power, particularly among pious consumers. However, this is gradually changing. For example, canned pâté is one of the few products posting growth ... Read More

  • Free From in the Netherlands

    ... for free from gluten products across packaged food. The range is expected to increase and, as in 2017, become more widely available in standard supermarkets and discounters, and no longer limited to specialist food stores. ... Read More

  • Free From in Hungary

    ... was supported by growth in volume sales. Also, figures and research indicate that in households where one of the family members needs free from products as a result of suffering from intolerance or allergy other ... Read More

  • Free From in Norway

    ... period as major players, such as Orkla and Tine, increased free from options. As more mainstream players enter, mainly within free from lactose and free from gluten, they receive better shelf space, alongside standard brands, ... Read More

  • Free From in Italy

    ... that many Italians are purchasing these products regardless, seeing them as easier to digest. Due to this and more widely available information, sales are expected to rise further. Euromonitor International's Free From in Italy report ... Read More

  • Germany Consumer & Retail Q3 2018

    ... unemployment, easy credit conditions, lowhousehold debt, slowing inflation and a a relatively optimistic economic outlook should be a boon for consumption. Consumerconfidence is also hitting recent highs reflecting this trend, however, retail sales have remained ... Read More

  • Free From in Spain

    ... category in Spain. In addition, many non-intolerant consumers are attracted to these products, as they add novelty and value, propelling sales. Key packaged food players capitalised on this rising demand through new product developments over ... Read More

  • Free From in Greece

    ... at the beginning of the review period such products were generally available only in health food stores. Free from gluten products and free from lactose are both starting to appeal to a wider consumer base. ... Read More

  • Free From in Ireland

    ... spend more on non-essential items such as free from dairy milk alternatives, which have a higher unit price compared to regular dairy milk products. However, there could potentially be a slowdown in growth due to ... Read More

  • Free From in Portugal

    ... Hoje, 60% of Portuguese citizens are worried about health and wellbeing, which is reflected in their food choices. Furthermore, 68% of consumers say they are willing to pay more money for products that do not ... Read More

  • Free From in France

    ... scandals – see the case of free from meat below – while a growing awareness of the presence of allergenic ingredients should also fuel demand. Additionally, large packaged food manufacturers are also likely to restructure ... Read More

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