70% of French bought organics during confinement
23% of consumers to increase consumption of sustainably grown vegetable over next 3 years
Consumers worldwide are changing their purchasing habits and the sustainable food revolution appears to have taken off. These are the findings of the Wave X-Remix Culture report, carried out by the IPG Mediabrands Group, which surveyed 56,398 consumers from 81 countries on their consumption habits. The report also predicts that in the next three years, 23% of buyers will increase their consumption of sustainable vegetable products and 13% will increase purchases of non-fresh sustainably produced items.
China’s new - and healthier - eating trends
As consumption continues to grow in China, consumers are willing to pay more for foods without undesirable ingredients and are actively seeking all natural, organic foods.
That’s a summary of a recent survey by Nielsen which reveals Chinese consumers are increasingly opting for specialised diets addressing their desire to eat organic, low-fat, low-carb foods or the need to eliminate ingredients based on food sensitivities, allergies or personal convictions.
Trends driving America’s produce category
The recent wave of consumer interest and demand for health and wellness products has been great for the fresh produce business in the United States.
However, winning in produce requires more than just resting on the inherent health aspects of fruit and vegetables, warns the Nielsen Perishables Group.
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Consumer Trends from edition 139 of Eurofresh Distribution
This edition of Consumer Trends appeared on page 4 of edition 139 (Sept-Oct 2015) of Eurofresh Distribution magazine. Read that issue online here.