Worldwide obesity has more than doubled since 1980; in 2014, over 1.9 billion adults were overweight according to The World Health Organisation.
From ‘Supersize me’ menu options to 50% extra free pack offers, no wonder consumers are overeating. It’s no secret that we as modern consumers can’t resist a bargain and larger packs generally tend to be better value for money and with these incentives it’s easy to give in.
Are you worried about what you’re having for breakfast tomorrow and where it’s coming from? You could argue your local supermarket but actually it’s a lot wider than that. As the population increases along with food waste and climate change food supply is becoming a greater worry than ever.
The UK is currently the world’s second largest online grocery market according to IGD whose worth is expected to almost double to reach $28 billion in just 5 years. So can retailers and packaging companies afford to miss out on these online grocery opportunities but also deliver on functionality and sustainability?
Seafood appears to be an increasingly popular protein source for consumers, especially with the rise in consumption of sushi together with growing numbers of health conscious consumers making a link between fish and well being. Surf and turf dining options and ready-to-cook products are also beginning to attract more millennials. However, despite this apparent popularity, overall volume sales of fish and shellfish are forecast to drop by 13% to 329 million kilograms by 2019.
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