Opinion on Consumer Packaged Goods in India

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New personal care products review: on-the-go answer for clean teeth

Convenience, novel packaging, and superfruit ingredients are some of the innovations producers are experimenting with in the oral care space, with a cleansing pomegranate toothpaste and a toothbrush with holographic imagery both new to the market. In other news from this month's rundown of personal care launches, pine scents are being pushed further in the fragrance category.

Published By Datamonitor
12 Jul 2011
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Cafe Coffee Day: looking to diversify into retail logistics

Indian coffee shop chain Cafe Coffee Day is looking to acquire a logistics company to service its increasing outlet network. Although the express cargo firm Gati has been put forward by industry commentators as a potential target, the company itself has so far denied that it is up for sale.

Published By Datamonitor
28 Sep 2010
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New household products review: multifunctional benefits boost product appeal

Offering multiple benefits in a single product seems to be a growing preoccupation for household goods manufacturers. This month's roundup of new household goods reveals a plethora of product and environmental benefits bundled into single launches, from multifunctional detergents to eco-friendly sandwich bags.

Published By Datamonitor
05 May 2010
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Coca-Cola: a second shot at energy drinks

Considering its position as the world's largest soft drinks firm, it is somewhat of a surprise that Coca-Cola has not had a genuinely successful energy drink in India. Now, the company hopes to address this shortfall with the launch of Burn. Perhaps crucially, a distribution strategy which distances Coca-Cola from established energy drinks firms could play a major part in successful market entry.

Published By Datamonitor
27 Nov 2009
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Lavazza: Indian coffee plant marks next stage of global expansion

The Italian coffee giant Lavazza has announced it is building a coffee plant in India in order to capitalize on cheaper materials, the country's growing middle class, and to make it a hub for Asia Pacific expansion. With coffee consumption still low in the region, Datamonitor views this as a strong statement of intent for the company, which currently generates 60% of revenues from its home market.

Published By Datamonitor
28 Oct 2009
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Carrefour: abandoning Russia

Europe's largest retailer has reported a lackluster set of third quarter results, but the real shocker was its announcement that it will be leaving Russia, just a few months after opening its first stores there. The unexpected withdrawal comes as a surprise and is a setback for international retail development in the country.

Published By Datamonitor
19 Oct 2009
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New household products review: glittery clothing gets the laundry treatment

Novel cleaning devices and odor eliminators are among this month's roundup of new household products, including a laundry cleaner for glittery clothes and a spray freshener for dog beds. This shows that the sector is looking for new ways of making the house and clothes look their best.

Published By Datamonitor
29 May 2009
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New household goods review: ethical lines grow in an array of categories

This month's roundup of new household products sees no abating of the green trend, with ethical products including plates made of leaves and a water-saving washing up liquid. Meanwhile, the home scent market has seen the launch of a motion sensor oil product and an odor eliminator for sports equipment and clothes, showing the continued versatility of the market.

Published By Datamonitor
20 Feb 2009
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Battle of the Euro grocery giants goes global

According to press speculation, Tesco could overtake Carrefour within the next four years to become Europe's largest retailer and second largest globally after the US giant Wal-Mart. This prediction rests on the assumption that Tesco will continue to grow sales faster than Carrefour as its burgeoning international divisions transform the UK retailer into a truly global player.

Published By Datamonitor
11 Dec 2008
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Cobra: beer brand up for sale

Lord Bilimoria has put the Cobra beer brand up for sale in a bid to realize global ambitions. Cobra has achieved much success as an accompaniment to food in many UK restaurants, posting strong sales for 2008. Although it may be difficult to secure investment in the current economic climate, the strong growth figures that the company continues to exhibit could prove tempting for some companies.

Published By Datamonitor
25 Nov 2008

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