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New household goods launches Sep-Nov: scented air leads the way

Published By Datamonitor
02 Mar 2007
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New household goods review: detoxifying the home with natural-based products

This month's household goods review highlights the growing popularity of sugar cane fiber as a paper and plastic alternative. The fiber has been used in a range of products including toilet roll, showing its versatility. Meanwhile organics are gaining popularity, with the launch of a range of organic air fresheners. This shows that consumers want to detoxify their homes with more natural products.

Published By Datamonitor
16 Jul 2008
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Facial tissue brands seek innovations to overcome consumer apathy

The facial tissues market faces the threat of buyer apathy more than most other consumer markets, as people are neglecting to buy tissues in favor of using other products around the home, such as kitchen or toilet roll. In response, manufacturers have upped their innovation efforts, in order to re-engage with consumers and form an emotional bond to aid loyalty.

Published By Datamonitor
27 Aug 2008
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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: questioning whether fragrance is a good thing

Traditionally, household sprays have been highly scented in order to attract consumers; however, the recent trend for odor eliminating products has led to the emergence of a product that hypes its no-smell qualities. Meanwhile, there has been a spate of green launches - from biodegradable garbage bags to cleaning pouches - showing that green is still a hot topic.

Published By Datamonitor
22 Oct 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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New household goods review: lunchtimes get green makeover

Saving money and being kinder to the environment are two key concerns for consumers today. This month's look at new household goods launches finds a number of products that are designed to be economical, such as a 2-in-1 paper towel and napkin product, and a six-ply toilet roll. Meanwhile, the Fresh Snack Pack aims to appeal to green packed lunch makers with its reusable bag design.

Published By Datamonitor
24 Mar 2009
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New household products review: household care focuses on the beautiful

This month's selection of new household product launches shows that beautifying claims are becoming more popular. Products making such claims include a dish soap product with a hand protecting formula and a laundry product that helps to reveal the "seven signs of beautiful clothes". These products show that personal care terminology is increasingly being used in the household products sector.

Published By Datamonitor
22 Jun 2009
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New household products review: addressing flu concerns with a throwaway mask

Due to the recent concerns about the H1N1 flu virus, as well as the SARS epidemic a few years ago, face masks have become a standard part of the wardrobe in some areas of the world. This month's household products review features a new product that aims to address these concerns, with a novel mask that also doubles as a tissue.

Published By Datamonitor
01 Mar 2010

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