According to GlobalData’s Q4 2017 global consumer survey, Asia has emerged as the...
Influenced by an increase in economic stability and a rise in spending power, consumers in emerging economies are shifting their preferences from mass-marketed products to more tailored ones that better suit their personal needs.
The organic market continues to grow, expected to exceed £2.2 billion in sales by year end – it’s highest yet. With the grocery category alone adding a 39% increase in sales over four years, Callum Tyndall finds out what is behind the product growth and whether the same trend could be seen in other categories.
Recently in China, more and more people are sharing pictures of themselves on Weibo and WeChat with their face, fingers and teeth covered in chocolate after eating the calorie-rich ‘dirty bread’. Food has served a purpose of adding an interesting twist to social media photos, but does that mean consumers are now willing to sacrifice health for more ‘likes’?
Responding to growing demand for swapping traditional protein for alternative ingredients means that the industry is investing in new product development. Sonia Sharma finds out more.
Despite considerable discussion about the impact of the salmonella crisis on the French dairy company Lactalis, and increasingly upon the wider systems in place to ensure food safety within France, the potential impact upon the country’s baby food industry has been lost amidst more pressing concerns.
In October 2017 Tyson Foods – the world's second largest processor and marketer of chicken, beef and pork – took a 5% stake in plant-based protein producer Beyond Meat, maker of the vegan Beyond Burger.
Consumer giant Unilever has threatened to stop advertising on social media platforms that are “divisive”, threatening millions of dollars of online advertising spend.
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