DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/68jqlv/the_next_wave_of) has announced the addition of the "The Next Wave of Functional Food Marketing in Asia Pacific" report to their offering.
This presentation, which was given at the Health-Positioned Food & Beverages Asia event in September 2012, reviews three key issues impacting the functional food and drinks industry, in the context of Datamonitor's TrendSights framework.
While health considerations exert a growing influence on consumer choices, consumers' approaches to addressing their health continue to evolve. Understanding how to help consumers achieve their wellness goals is critical for food and drink manufacturers, and this presentation highlights three key issues that will help industry players to navigate the multifaceted health and wellness space.
- Understand how consumers' approaches to healthy eating are changing, using Datamonitor's TrendSights framework.
- Consumer insight is provided for six key Asia Pacific markets: Australia, China, India, Japan, South Korea, and Singapore.
- Draw inspiration from best-practice examples throughout the world.
- Health-conscious consumers are increasingly embracing the notion of personalized nutrition. Indeed, there has been a marked increase in the proportion of Asia Pacific consumers who are purchasing food and drinks that address specific health concerns.
- Consumers are easily and confidently embracing new information tools that facilitate more health-driven choices. As consumers take more responsibility for their health, it is important for food and drink manufacturers to demonstrate greater transparency and ensure all health claims are substantiated.
Reasons to Purchase
- How does Datamonitor's TrendSights framework apply to functional and health-positioned food and drinks?
- What are the fastest growing health-related food and drink claims in the Asia Pacific region?
- How can food and drink manufacturers address and promote functional benefits without appearing "unnatural"?
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Source: Research and Markets