More and more, we are living in the age of ‘one’ and building a culture of ‘me.’ Almost everything we interact with is geared towards providing experiences that are made just for us. How can brands stake a claim in this new terrain of “just for me”?
Change happens so fast nowadays that what’s ‘in’ at the beginning of one year could be ‘out’ by its end.
The retail landscape has experienced its share of change in the last decade, and the sector is only going to get more agile and competitive. This means that consumers have more products to choose from and how and where to purchase them. In what ways can brand owners understand coming changes so they can be attractive and stay relevant?
There are growing warnings that in the next few years, the Earth will be put at dangerous risk of global warming and emissions; we have to reform our actions and make some (urgent) changes now. With consumers expecting brands to lead the change, how can you step up to the challenge?
Increasing urbanisation, evolving consumer demands, and new technologies are converging to disrupt the retail supply chain as we know it. How can food retailers drive efficiencies along the supply chain while still providing seamless consumer experiences?
Looking at the entire product lifecycle when choosing a package is very important for Crediton Dairy.
Consumers are living busier lives than ever, as schedules become more hectic with to-do lists that cannot be postponed or set aside.
What current trends are driving consumer-brand interaction? How do they impact the food and beverage industry, and packaging?
It is projected that by 2023, 58% of the world’s population will be living in cities; that’s 3% up from the current number.
The share of online grocery shopping is accelerating globally, and it is impacting consumer behaviour and expectations in terms of convenience, speed, experience and personalisation.
Out-of-home eating is a growing trend – hotels, restaurants and cafés (HORECAs) can almost be considered the new ‘home kitchen’. This trend also affects ordering food in. So, which are the trends the HORECA industry should be aware of?
Children spend big! These tiny consumers are exerting a huge influence over what goes into their parents’ shopping baskets.
Consumers are becoming less and less materialistic and are rather seeking out meaningful experiences to remember.
Right-sizing helps Parle Agro achieve double-digit growth.
Kagome breaks into the 100% natural smoothie market
The small-scale, home-grown movement has emerged globally in the last decade... are you seizing your local power?
How adding names to package design turned around falling sales for one market leader.
Find out about the global experience chasing trend and its impact on consumers.
Consumers don’t see themselves as part of the mass market anymore. Instead they want ‘made-for-me’ products that represent their personality. Find out how ‘chosen individualism’ is influencing what and how people buy.
‘Good for me, good for the planet’ is the mantra for more and more consumers. They buy sustainable products, even if they cost more, and expect brands and companies to also care for the planet. Find out how to measure up in the age of me, us and our planet.
Gen X is staying home, but loving it! This big-spending generation is looking for ‘insperiences’. Find out how to give them something worth staying home for.
Consumers have long expected food and beverage products to keep up with their busy lifestyles, but now they are demanding more. On-the-go food must also be on trend with the desire for a holistic and healthy lifestyle.
Nowadays, it’s not enough to stand out on the shelf. More and more people turn to online peer recommendations before purchasing a product, and 75% of consumers say that they have made a purchase because of something they saw in social media. So how can you differentiate yourself online?
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The new Tetra Brik® Aseptic 200 Slim Leaf package helped Japanese juice producer Kagome re-energise sales in the vegetable juice category.
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By removing the multiple steps of pasteurisation and intermediate storage, and reduced need for Cleaning in Place (CIP), producers can now prepare UHT milk from powder in one continuous step, reducing operational cost by up to 40 percent, and cutting carbon impact by more than a half.
The new Tetra Pak® TR/G7 low-cost, high-performing filling machine for Tetra Rex® makes it easier for producers to get their numbers right.
Actively trace products from source to shop, so consumers know exactly what they’re getting, and where they’re getting it from.
Manufactured solely from paperboard and plastics derived from plants, the Tetra Rex® Bio-based package is the world’s first renewable carton package.
Change package production to meet new market needs without investing in a new line.
New generation extrusion line assures uniform product quality at lowest cost per ice cream.
Lower CO2 emissions by up to 19% when changing to Bio-based caps produced from sugar cane
Tetra Recart®, the first ever carton-based package for retortable food, is a great alternative to cans and glass jars.
Tetra Pak® E3 sterilises packages with electron beams
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Tetra Prisma® Aseptic portion package production from 9,000 to 24,000 pph.
Tetra Pak® Select enhances colour, clarity and other print qualities
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Metallic film surrounding Tetra Prisma® Aseptic 200 Sq makes products more eye-catching.
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