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THE BREAKDOWN Current MAT to 24 February 2013Total Shelf Stable Soup: $61.876mValue % Chg vs YA -1.5T. Canned Soup: $25.505mValue % Chg vs YA -2.6T. Instant Soup: $19.486mValue % Chg vs YA 3.3T. Packet Soup: $10.478mValue % Chg vs YA -8.6T. Cereal Soup: $4.083mValue % Chg vs YA -2.1T. Soup Mix & Pulses: $2.325mValue % Chg vs YA 6.9T. Fresh Soup: $14.345mValue % Chg vs YA 6.5 *Nielsen New Zealand ScanTrack (Databank Key suppliers in the soup category share their product news
FMCG visited a highly promoted, popular aisle and talked to NZ suppliers about the latest consumer trends.
“Consumers are still willing to spend more on their pets in this tough market, if suppliers are willing to invest in their brands.”Oliver Downs, Petcare marketing manager, Mars NZ
FMCG looks at new developments in the packaged snack food industry, from salty to sweet.
FMCG tracked down a few interesting innovations and family favourites.
The family planning category is worth more than $12 million in New Zealand supermarkets with healthy growth evident across all segments. Suppliers explain what’s new and in demand.
Which consumer trends fuel the rising sales in soy drinks, milk and new dairy products? FMCG talks to some of the suppliers in these categories.
The personal wash category is worth more than $85 million dollars and keeps on growing. Suppliers shared their latest product updates with FMCG.
What’s new in frozen desserts and ice creams?FMCG looks at some of the key trends in these categories.
Pestos and dips provide instant flavour for easy entertaining, lunches and pasta meals. FMCG takes a quick snapshot of best sellers and new launches.
Skincare and anti-ageing products keep on growing in popularity. FMCG tracks down some of the key growth drivers and new products in NZ.
The days are getting brighter and household cleaning products will be in hot demand over the next few weeks. FMCG looked at some of the new developments and trends in this category.
The Air New Zealand Wine Awards were announced in Wellington in November and Grasshopper Rock Central Otago Earnscleugh Vineyard Pinot Noir 2010 was awarded the Air New Zealand Champion Wine of the Show Trophy.
DB Breweries announces the introduction of its new solely focused Ready-To-Drink beverage (RTD) business Robbie Burns.
Sentry Hill Winery’s Garrison Red Medium has been crowned Champion at the Fruit Wine and Cider Makers’ Trophy Presentation held in Napier in November.
Recent attacks miss the mark.Opposition politicians used a recent Parliamentary debate to label the Minimum Wage (Starting Out Wage) Amendment Bill “shocking”, “nasty”, “evil”, “tawdry”, “shameful”, “retrograde”, “embarrassing”, “unfair”, “discriminatory”, “Dickensian” and “abominable”.
The first C-Shop Cologne – The European Convenience Show – presented the latest trends in the retail sector in Cologne from November 4-6.
Delmaine milkshake syrups reinvigorate a favourite Kiwi icon.Summer days are nearly here. Convenience stores all over the country are busy gearing up for the new season and stocking up on cool, refreshing treats.