Radical Transparency will Alter the Global Packaged Food and Beverage Industry, Outlook 2021

Radical Transparency will Alter the Global Packaged Food and Beverage Industry, Outlook 2021

Increased Localization, Clean Labels, and More Transparency will Define the New Normal to Eating

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23-Apr-2021
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Global
Research Code: K5E9-01-00-00-00
SKU: FN00043-GL-MO_25394

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This Frost & Sullivan research service is an outlook of the global packaged food and beverage industry. In 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic moved from being a health crisis to a health and economic crisis. The packaged food and beverage industry was affected in terms of products sold and channels of sales. Some of the changes witnessed during the year are likely to continue into 2021, especially aspects pertaining to supply chains and consumption patterns. In addition, the trend of home-based cooking will continue, pushing demand for packaged cereals and baked products. Meal delivery services will gain traction, and companies that are able to offer substantial health benefits and differentiate their products will be able to stay ahead of their competitors.

The study is a global one; it coves Asia-Pacific, Europe, North America, and Rest-of-World. The base year is 2020. Segment-wise, the study covers cereal and bakery; dairy and milk; oils; fruit and vegetables; meat and seafood; alcoholic beverages; soft beverages; hot beverages (coffee and tea); and other grocery and snacks.

As the world settles into the new normal, the industry is anticipated to record growth in 2021. Customer awareness is on the rise, and the trend of personalization is gaining popularity (customization can be based on ingredients; dietary requirements, and health conditions). The industry is expected to remain concentrated in the Asia-Pacific region due to the rising trend of value-based product purchases; the mature North American and European markets will continue to see high demand for premium products.

Key Issues Addressed

  • What are the 3 key strategic imperatives impacting the global packaged food and beverage industry?
  • What does the future of the industry look like? What are potential growth scenarios in 2021?
  • How has the current health crisis impacted the industry?
  • What are the most important industry trends? What are the key growth drivers and restraints?
  • What are the most important enabling technologies in the packaged food and beverage value chain that will impact operations and future industry flow?

Author: Christopher Shanahan

 

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Table of Contents

Key Highlights

Trends that Shaped Industry Dynamics, 2020

Market Predictions versus Actuals, 2020

Revenue Forecast by Segment and Percent Revenue by Region

Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Key Geographies

Top Predictions for 2021

Why is it Increasingly Difficult to Grow?

The Strategic Imperative 8™

The Impact of the Top Three Strategic Imperatives on the Packaged Food and Beverage Industry

Growth Opportunities Fuel the Growth Pipeline Engine™

Research Scope

Value Chain

Industry Segmentation

Global Historic Gross Domestic Product (GDP) Growth, 2008–2020

2021 Scenario Analysis—Quarterly Global Growth

2021 Scenario Analysis—Assumptions

2021 Global GDP Growth Snapshot

US-China Trade Relations—Moving toward De-globalization and Supply Chain Localization

Overview of the Global Packaged Food and Beverage Industry

Revenue Forecast

Revenue Forecast by Segment

Key Market Trends, 2021

Trend 1—Radical Transparency

Trend 2—Local Consumption

Trend 3—Frictionless Retail

Trend 4—Platform-based Models

Trend 5—Personalization

Trend 6—Carbon Neutrality

Trend 7—Sustainable Feedstock

Trend 8—Fair Trade

2020 Market Snapshot—Packaged Cereal and Bakery

2020 Market Snapshot—Packaged Dairy and Milk

2020 Market Snapshot—Packaged Oils

2020 Market Snapshot—Packaged Fruit and Vegetables

2020 Market Snapshot—Packaged Meat and Seafood

2020 Market Snapshot—Alcoholic Beverages

2020 Market Snapshot—Soft Beverages

2020 Market Snapshot—Hot Beverages (Coffee and Tea)

2020 Market Snapshot—Other Food and Beverage Products

2021 Predictions, Packaged Food and Beverage Industry, North America

Revenue Forecast, Packaged Food and Beverage Industry, North America

2021 Predictions, Packaged Food and Beverage Industry, Eastern Europe

Revenue Forecast, Packaged Food and Beverage Industry, Eastern Europe

2021 Predictions, Packaged Food and Beverage Industry, Western Europe

Revenue Forecast, Packaged Food and Beverage Industry, Western Europe

2021 Predictions, Packaged Food and Beverage Industry, Asia-Pacific

Revenue Forecast, Packaged Food and Beverage Industry, Asia-Pacific

2021 Predictions, Packaged Food and Beverage Industry, Rest-of-World

Revenue Forecast, Packaged Food and Beverage Industry, Rest-of-World

Growth Opportunity 1—Digitalization across the Value Chain, 2021

Growth Opportunity 1—Digitalization across the Value Chain, 2021

Growth Opportunity 2—Functional Food for the Aging Population, 2021

Growth Opportunity 2—Functional Food for the Aging Population, 2021

Growth Opportunity 3—Personalization for Gen Z, 2021

Growth Opportunity 3—Personalization for Gen Z, 2021

Growth Opportunity 4—Meal Delivery Services, 2021

Growth Opportunity 4—Meal Delivery Services, 2021

Growth Opportunity 5—Circular Economy across Product Categories, 2021

Growth Opportunity 5—Circular Economy across Product Categories, 2021

Strategic Imperatives for Success and Growth

Key Growth Opportunities for 2021–2025

Packaged Food and Beverage Industry—Companies to Pay Attention to

Key Conclusions and Future Outlook

Partial List of Acronyms and Abbreviations Used in the Study

List of Exhibits

List of Exhibits (continued)

List of Exhibits (continued)

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This Frost & Sullivan research service is an outlook of the global packaged food and beverage industry. In 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic moved from being a health crisis to a health and economic crisis. The packaged food and beverage industry was affected in terms of products sold and channels of sales. Some of the changes witnessed during the year are likely to continue into 2021, especially aspects pertaining to supply chains and consumption patterns. In addition, the trend of home-based cooking will continue, pushing demand for packaged cereals and baked products. Meal delivery services will gain traction, and companies that are able to offer substantial health benefits and differentiate their products will be able to stay ahead of their competitors. The study is a global one; it coves Asia-Pacific, Europe, North America, and Rest-of-World. The base year is 2020. Segment-wise, the study covers cereal and bakery; dairy and milk; oils; fruit and vegetables; meat and seafood; alcoholic beverages; soft beverages; hot beverages (coffee and tea); and other grocery and snacks. As the world settles into the new normal, the industry is anticipated to record growth in 2021. Customer awareness is on the rise, and the trend of personalization is gaining popularity (customization can be based on ingredients; dietary requirements, and health conditions). The industry is expected to remain concentrated in the Asia-Pacific region due to the rising trend of value-based product purchases; the mature North American and European markets will continue to see high demand for premium products.--BEGIN PROMO--

Key Issues Addressed

  • What are the 3 key strategic imperatives impacting the global packaged food and beverage industry?
  • What does the future of the industry look like? What are potential growth scenarios in 2021?
  • How has the current health crisis impacted the industry?
  • What are the most important industry trends? What are the key growth drivers and restraints?
  • What are the most important enabling technologies in the packaged food and beverage value chain that will impact operations and future industry flow?

Author: Christopher Shanahan

 

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