Inside Packaging – Market Focus Special Issue - October 2016

In this issue: The latest research, insights and analysis from Canadean, including investment trends and packaging innovations in beverages, confectionary and labelling.


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Consumers are leading increasingly hectic lifestyles and pack designs are evolving to adapt to suit new consumption opportunities. Based on recent analysis from Canadean, we take a look at a capsule delivery method that offers a foolproof way of making bar-style cocktails at home and a Tear ‘n’ Share pack format which converts into a serving bowl.

Also in this issue, we find out how clearer labelling and stringent production processes can increase consumer trust and boost revenues and explore new trends and innovations driving developments in hot drinks packaging.

In other news from Canadean, we examine how packaging is evolving to meet the demands of new consumption opportunities for confectionery products and find out how labelling development in the drinks sector is being used to entice and engage consumers.

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In this issue

Shake it Up
Making bar-type cocktails at home can be tricky if you are not a trained bartender. Canadean explores a foolproof new way to make high-quality cocktails at home.
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Shareable solutions
As consumers look for products suitable for sharing at social occasions, brands are creating enticing packs capable of holding large volumes. Canadean takes a look at a new potato chips pack that turns into a bowl.
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The Value of Trust
As increase in trust is expected to boost revenues, organisations are using clearer labelling and adopting stringent production processes to increase product trust. Eloise McLennan sums up the findings in the latest Canadean report by Safwan Kotwal.
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A New Way of Drinking
In a bid to cater to an ever expanding market, hot drinks manufacturers are coming up with innovative delivery methods that work around busy consumer lifestyles. Eloise McLennan sums up some of the leading trends identified in Canadean’s latest report on the hot drinks market by Veronika Zhupanova.
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Sweet Wrappers
Changing lifestyles mean that packaging is evolving to accommodate new consumption opportunities for confectionery products. Eloise McLennan explores the newest trends in confectionery packaging outlined in the latest report from Canadean by Gemma Hill.
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Alcohol Labelling
The alcoholic drinks category is increasingly concerned with engaging consumers from their position on the shelf. Raquel Perez explores how brands are focusing not just on advertising but also on the labels that sell their products in the store.
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Drawing on the latest research from Canadean, we take a look at a large-format stand-up pouch with a dispensing tap and explore how L’Oréal has managed to give its Garnier Neo brand added value in terms of consumer usage. We also examine a popcorn bag that enables consumers to better control snacking, and take a look at a reseal lable that stays the course.

Plus, we explore how aerosols are making a return in oil and condiments markets to provide hassle-free alternatives to traditional packaging, find out how packaging in the household and laundry sector is beginning to take on a more stylish appearance and examine how packaging can add value to alcoholic beverages.

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