The Rise Of K-food As The Next Plant-Based Diet

Contributed by Sunny Moon, Food and Nutrition Consultant at Euromonitor International High Consumption Of Vegetables In Korea The movie Minari has recently been in the global spotlight. The film depicts the story of a Korean family that moves to settle in America in the 1980s. While the father plants Korean…

Capitalising On Future E-Commerce Opportunities

“COVID-19 has reduced consumers’ psychological and infrastructural barriers for e-commerce and accelerated the online presence of retailers, creating a conducive environment for continued strong growth”—Peh Quan Yao, Research Analyst at Euromonitor International. By 2025, e-commerce will expand by an additional US$1.4 trillion and account for half the growth in the…

Healthy Snacking In A COVID-19 Universe

Exploring the perception of health snacking in Asia Pacific, and how the impact of COVID-19 has shifted consumer focus (if any) away from this concept momentarily. Contributed by Anthony Chien, Senior Analyst at Euromonitor International. Snacking represents the activity of consuming food in between meals, and any type of food…

The Rise Of Sustainable Beverage Packaging In Southeast Asia: Will The Momentum Continue?

As the COVID-19 pandemic shows no signs of abating, the sustainability momentum may be slowed in the short term, as cost-consciousness takes on more urgent priority among stakeholders such as beverage manufacturers and consumers. By Jarred Neubronner, Senior Analyst at Euromonitor International. The sustainable beverage packaging trend accelerated in Southeast…

Are There Growth Opportunities For Plant-Based Beverages In Asia?

While plant-based beverages have been around on the market for a long while, there has been growing awareness and adoption amongst consumers in Asia. Not only do these products include soy milk, coconut water and plant-based hot drinks, but there has been widening availability of almond and other nut milks.…

The K-Food & Snack Renaissance

For manufacturers, whether it’s keeping traditional K-food or reforming and reshaping popular food, disruption is the key to achieving success in the K-food market within South Korea and around the globe. By Sunny Moon, Senior Analyst—Food & Nutrition at Euromonitor International. The highly influential Korean Wave has brought upon the…
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