Latest Intelligence on Household Products in Canada

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New household goods review: green growth in the household

Manufacturers are responding to a growing consumer concern for environmental issues with the launch of various household products touted as having green benefits. These include a biodegradable kitchen bag for food leftovers, and organic laundry sheets put in the washing machine in place of powder or liquid, as reported on Productscan Online.

Published By Datamonitor
01 Sep 2006
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New household goods review: taking the heat out of the ironing

Growing consumer interest in air fresheners has prompted an influx of new products that not only fragrance a room, but provide additional benefits, as reported by Productscan Online. With the recent release of a plugin that projects a light show and a gel freshener whose container closes when it gets too hot, consumers have no excuse for less than fragrant smelling rooms.

Published By Datamonitor
12 Oct 2006
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New household goods review: New scented products charge onto the market

Manufacturers have introduced a range of novel ways for consumers to deal with bad odors in the home, with Productscan recording the launch of a scented toilet roll, an air freshener designed specifically for baby's dressers, and a fridge freshener that can be recharged to enhance its effectiveness. With launches such as these, every area of the home would appear to be covered.

Published By Datamonitor
02 Mar 2007
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New household goods review: get hooked on scents

An eclectic mix of household products has been recorded by Productscan this month, from an odor-absorbing 'green' air freshener, to handy kitchen wipes that are designed to make steel appliances stay cleaner for longer. The house-proud consumer should therefore find something to inspire them this month.

Published By Datamonitor
03 Jul 2007
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New household goods review: wickless candles burn bright

Home fragrancing appears to be getting more innovative, with Productscan recording some novel products that are designed to make homes smell sweeter. These include a scented flower arrangement and a wickless scented candle, which provide an attractive alternative to traditional fragrance products.

Published By Datamonitor
28 Aug 2007
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New household goods review: attempting to make the world a little greener

The trend for greener products continues apace, as this month's review of new product launches reveals. Three eco-ranges that have been recorded this month by Productscan stand out in particular - a green dishwasher tablet, a laundry detergent made of fruit shells, and a range of reusable string bags - highlighting the numerous ways in which consumers are being encouraged to go green.

Published By Datamonitor
20 Nov 2007
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New household goods review: kitchen appliances get cleaning power

This month's roundup of new household good products finds that washing machines are being provided with their own cleaning products to make them better able to clean clothes. Meanwhile, basil and peony flower are some of the more unusual fragrances offered by new products, showing that novel fragrance can offer a good way for products to stand out from the pack.

Published By Datamonitor
22 Sep 2008
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New household goods review: refreshing the fragrance market

This month's roundup of new household goods launches finds a plethora of air fresheners, each designed to attract the consumer through its novel appearance. It seems that the days of the white plastic air freshener are over, as consumers demand more attractively designed products which better compliment their home interiors.

Published By Datamonitor
26 Nov 2008
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New household goods review: gaining sense appeal

Reed diffusers are increasingly popular with consumers, as this month's roundup of new products finds. This trend has led to the emergence of a variety of novel designs, including Gummy Bears-shaped reed diffusers. Meanwhile, storage bags have gained a new outdoor-friendly addition with the emergence of an extra strong, damp-proof bag that is said to be ideal for camping.

Published By Datamonitor
18 Dec 2008
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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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