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FMCG: consumers’ purchase behaviors are increasingly different
Sep18

FMCG: consumers’ purchase behaviors are increasingly different

In our last article, we showed how new tools, based on “data”, allow large FMCG groups to keep up with market developments and consumer expectations. In today’s article, we reveal the effects of the evolution of the FMCG (“Fast-Moving Consumer Goods”) market on consumers’ purchasing habits. A recent study (August 2019) by the University of Chicago unveils an unexpected phenomenon: the rise of niche...

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Market research at SIAL Paris 2018 : examples of co-branding in the food sector
Nov23

Market research at SIAL Paris 2018 : examples of co-branding in the food sector

In addition to the new products we detected at the SIAL 2018 food show, we also identified some original collaborations between different brands. This is called co-branding. In this article, we briefly present 3 interesting examples that make a standard product a collector’s item, or even a luxury item. Olive oils are particularly suitable for this kind of exercise as we can see with the example of Galateo & Friends. Galateo...

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Market research at SIAL Paris 2018. Trend #4: Clean Food
Nov14

Market research at SIAL Paris 2018. Trend #4: Clean Food

The trend in the food market that we have called “clean food” includes various directions ranging from healthy snacking (see on this subject Eat Real products), vegetable alternatives such as those proposed by Pedon, the expansion of organic food that manufacturers can now no longer ignore. The innovations presented at SIAL generally follow several trends (the examples mentioned above bear witness to this since we have...

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Market research at SIAL Paris 2018. Trend #3: Veggie alternatives
Nov12

Market research at SIAL Paris 2018. Trend #3: Veggie alternatives

Consumers who are vegan enthusiasts represent only 1% of the population and vegetarians only 2%. These are niche markets on which some companies are still trying to focus. A much larger niche is the flexitarians, that part of the population (estimated at 40%) that reduces its meat consumption in favour of vegetable alternatives without completely abandoning the meat diet. Read also: SIAL Paris 2018: What are the trends in the food...

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Market research at SIAL Paris 2018. Trend #2: Easy Snacking
Nov09

Market research at SIAL Paris 2018. Trend #2: Easy Snacking

Pleasure remains one of the significant areas of innovation in the field of food and the SIAL Paris 2018 world food exhibition allowed us to identify some exciting products that are following this trend. To understand all the market trends, don’t hesitate to consult our other articles (superfoods, clean foods, vegetarian alternatives, sensational foods) as well as all our tips for visiting SIAL effectively and an overview of the...

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