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10 trends to watch in new consumer packaged goods in 2013

The Mayan calendar may be kaput, but packaged goods makers haven't let that slow them down for 2013. A bevy of emerging trends ranging from products that put "safety first" and novel ways to "show you care" about social and environmental issues to foods and drinks that deliver multi-dimensional "3D flavor" are covered in Datamonitor Consumer's 10 Trends to Watch in Consumer Packaged Goods in 2013.

Published By Datamonitor
21 Dec 2012
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Anheuser-Busch: high spirits may not pay off

Long Tail Libations, the new spirits company from Anheuser-Busch, has appeared at a time when Americans are increasingly keen to consume the innovative liqueurs it is promoting. However, given the significant scale and market knowledge advantages of the more established spirits players, Long Tail is most unlikely to become a cash cow for its parent.

Published By Datamonitor
08 Nov 2005
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Beer sales are still suffering from a recessionary hangover

Data released by the British Beer & Pub Association in October 2010 show that beer sales in the three months to the end of September were down by 10% compared to the same period last year. This is the worst quarterly rate of decline since the association's records began. Evidently consumers are still harboring a recessionary mindset, which is affecting even affordable luxuries such as beer.

Published By Datamonitor
02 Nov 2010
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Britons splash the cash to be cool

A new study from Datamonitor has revealed that Britons are willing to pay a premium to be 'cool'. Image conscious consumers are increasingly seeking brands that support their lifestyles- with alcoholic drinks, fragrances and make-up the products most likely to have an impact on the 'cool' consumer.

Published By Datamonitor
21 Feb 2005
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Health craze will continue to drive food and drink industries

By 2009, the low carb trend will be but a distant memory for the food industry and consumers alike. Cholesterol-reducing products, meanwhile, are set for a boom in growth. These are the conclusions of a survey of 1,250 food and drinks industry executives from around the globe, conducted by Reuters Business Insight...

Published By Datamonitor
02 Nov 2004
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How sustainable is your beverage package?

They called it the "Shot Heard Round the World" on April 19, 1775 when a ragtag militia fired on a British company of soldiers at the Concord North Bridge in Concord, Massachusetts to start the Revolutionary War. Now, more than 200 years on, the residents of Concord have fired a second shot by becoming the first town in the US to ban single-serve plastic water bottles.

Published By Datamonitor
29 Jan 2013
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Is Starbucks the future of the on-trade?

In its hometown of Seattle, Starbucks is experimenting with new store designs and layouts aimed at creating new evening and nighttime experiences for consumers. These new prototype retail outlets, which serve alcohol, are tipped to be the first of the next generation of stores for one of the world's most influential brands.

Published By Datamonitor
01 Nov 2010
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Kirin: refocusing on beverage business

Kirin is to sell its entire stake in Kirin Yakult NextStage, the health food joint venture set up with Yakult in Japan in October 2006. Although the unit currently appears to be struggling, Yakult should be able to use its reputation to capitalize on the growing health food market in Japan. Kirin, meanwhile, will focus on its core strengths in the beverage market.

Published By Datamonitor
24 Nov 2008
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Neuromarketing: why the FMCG world is on the cusp of a scientific revolution

Just over a decade ago, author Michael Lewis published a book named "Moneyball: The Art of Winning an Unfair Game." It told the story of how a man named Billy Beane - then general manager of the Oakland Athletics baseball team - revolutionized the way that teams recruited players. He did so by dismissing the adage that identification of talent was about "gut instinct" and "feel."

Published By Datamonitor
09 Jul 2014
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PLA Innovation of the Week: a bloody beer twist

Published By Datamonitor
05 Nov 2012

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