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Processed Meat and Seafood Packaging in India

Processed Meat and Seafood Packaging in India

Pack sizes of 250g to 1000g performed well in processed meat and seafood in 2018 as these are generally the most economical sizes for consumers in India. Growing nuclear families in India tend to have three to five members and these pack sizes are sufficient to serve everyone for one meal. As Indian meals consist largely of staple foods such as rice and bread consumed with curry, salad, pickles and other dishes, meat is normally an addition to the meal and individuals do not depend only on meat...

Processed Meat and Seafood Packaging in India report offers insight into key trends and developments driving packaging across the category. The report also examines trends and prospect for various pack types and closures: metal packaging, rigid plastic, glass, liquid cartons, paper-based containers; flexible packaging.

Product coverage: Meat Substitutes, Processed Meat, Processed Seafood.

Data coverage: market sizes (historic and forecasts), company shares, brand shares and distribution data.

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Processed Meat and Seafood Packaging in India
Euromonitor International
March 2019

Medium To Large Volume Packs Continue To Perform Well
Metal Food Cans Remains the Most Popular Format for Shelf Stable Meat and Seafood
Bright Future for Metal Food Cans
Executive Summary
All Shapes and Sizes and Premiumisation Remain the Key Packaging Trends
Migration of Consumers To Packaged Milk To Drive Fresh Milk and Premium Milk Packaging
Rising Demand for Hot Drinks Benefits All Pack Types
Players Move Beyond Glass As They Seek To Attract New Consumers To Alcoholic Drinks
Smaller Pack Sizes in Home Care Appeal To Low-income Consumers
Smaller Pack Sizes Become More Prevalent in Beauty and Personal Care Due To Convenience and Premiumisation
Packaging Legislation
Fssai Comes Up With New Packaging and Labelling Regulations for Food
No Changes in Alcoholic Drinks Labelling
Stricter Regulations for Tobacco Manufacturers
Recycling and the Environment
Consumer Focus on Sustainability To Drive Eco-friendly Packaging
Government Pledges To Ban Single-use Plastics
Private Players Collaborating To Optimise Recycling Process on the Back of Government Initiatives To Reduce Plastic Waste, But There Is A Long Way To Go
Packaging Design and Labelling
See-through Flexible Packaging Increasingly Popular for Processed Fruit and Vegetable Packaging
Rise in the Use of Airless Packaging and Dispensing Systems
Sustainability in Packaging at A Nascent Stage, But Expected To Be A Key Theme in Future

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