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Asia Pacific: Consumer packaged goods in China to adopt Western influences with changing buying...

In recent years, China has seen significant changes in eating habits, shopping behaviours, and lifestyle habits, as consumer behaviour responds to Western influences. Consumer packaged...

Europe: drupa Global Insights report finds interactive technologies to impact the printing industry

Internet-enabled tools such as web-to-print, variable data printing, interactive print like Augmented Reality and quick response (QR) codes, as well as smart technologies including...

Americas: Malaysia’s F&B exports to US records US$150M in Q1 2014

Malaysia Kitchen USA, a project under The Malaysian External Trade Development Corporation (MATRADE), reports a record increase in exports of Malaysian food and beverage...

Europe: F&B manufacturers should capitalise on personalised nutrition, says analyst

Personalised medicine is making its way into the US, with blood tests becoming the heart of changes to the way consumers see their health. As...

Americas: Better-for-you snack foods to grow over the next five years, says report

Consumers in the US are eating traditional snack foods, particularly snacks with a perceived health benefit, in between and at meals, and this behavior...

Americas: More US consumers found to order meals based on presentation, familiar ingredients, says...

A Mintel research finds that more consumers in the US eat with their eyes, not their stomachs—as about 38% of adults agree that if...

Americas: Plastic bottles remains as a popular packaging, finds study

The beverage packaging industry in North America is expected to reach US$26.3 billion in 2015, with plastic bottles leading the way in popularity, according...

Europe: UK faces malnutrition woes, finds report

A recent Canadean UK survey of 2,000 adults found that one in four (26%) consumers lack awareness of the link between poor nutritional intake...

Europe: UK survey finds most older consumers prefer ‘natural’ to “healthy” product claims

Consumers aged 55 and older associate ‘natural’ products with a healthy, yet tasty, lifestyle and diet, according to a July 2014 survey of 2,000...

World: Elderly consumers offer market opportunities for single-serve products, innovative packaging, finds report

Besides busy city workers, the older population are quickly becoming some of the biggest seekers of convenience, with 17.1% of their food consumption motivated...
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