Focused exclusively on 100% juice for the first time, the report identifies consumer trends driving new growth opportunities for producers around the world.
In a challenging global economic environment, the report reveals the three top product trends driving growth - vegetable nutrition, all natural, and speciality 100% juice. Consumers are increasingly focused on eating healthy and nutritious food with more than 80% globally seeing 100% juice as healthy, natural and tasty.
Businesses large and small are quickly taking notice of an increasing trend in their consumer base. Millennials, who are now a large target demographic for many industries, are more likely to purchase products that are safer for them and the environment and that have been produced ethically.
The United States Business Leadership Network (USBLN) has paved the way to help businesses build their disability inclusion efforts in the workplace, supply chain, and marketplace. Over the years, we have worked with them to improve and highlight our own efforts. Last week, we were happy to join them for their Annual National Conference in Austin. This year’s conference was especially memorable for us as we were honored to receive USBLN’s Marketplace Innovator of the Year Award for our work on Real-Time Text (RTT).
July 21, 2015 /3BL Media/ - In a global survey of some 6,000 consumers across 12 different countries, more than three-quarters claimed that environmentally sound packaging has an influence on the beverage brand they buy.
The Tetra Pak Dairy Index is an annual report, which is designed to help dairy producers identify new opportunities for growth while offering all industry watchers information on the latest facts, figures and trends related to the global dairy industry.
By Brian Kennell, President and CEO of United States and Canada for the Swiss-based multi-national Tetra Pak
When the milk industry moved away from the "Got Milk" tagline last year after 20 years of featuring smiling celebrities with milk mustaches, it wasn't because consumers didn't love the ads. It was because the campaign didn't stop the steady downward slide in Americans' milk consumption.
Eight-in-10 global consumers would be willing to consume or purchase fewer products or buy from an unknown brand with stronger CSR values
BOSTON, May 27, 2015 /3BL Media/ – Global consumers feel a personal accountability to address social and environmental issues and look to companies as partners in progress, according to findings from the 2015 Cone Communications/Ebiquity Global CSR Study, released today. Near universal in their demands for companies to act responsibly, nine-in-10 consumers expect companies to do more than make a profit, but also operate responsibly to address social and environmental issues.
By Tim Brown, Chairman, President and CEO of Nestlé Waters North America
Like all Californians, we at Nestlé Waters are deeply concerned about the effect this drought is having on families, farmers, consumers and businesses. After all, the state is home to more than 7,000 Nestlé employees and their families. As California plans for another year of drought conditions, all water use is understandably being closely examined. We applaud Governor Brown for his leadership in addressing this crisis and will do our part to help this cause.