A smart part of our diets; a big part of our lives. The confectionery industry generates $35 billion at retail each year. Here’s a look of the economic performance factors influencing the category today.
Data & Insights | Supplier | Candy & Snack Today
17 Aug 2018 - Pune, India – Consumer demand for processed foods and beverages is rising, in turn increasing demand for flavors, according to MarketsandMarkets Research Private Ltd., which projects global flavor sales to grow 4.8 percent by 2023. The research company notes demand for natural flavors is ...
Data & Insights | Candy & Snack Today
15 Aug 2018 - Dublin — The worldwide cereal bar market is anticipated to grow 3.9 percent, compounded annually, reaching $15.3 million by 2023, according to Research and Markets. The research company notes the sector is increasing popularity across demographics, largely driven by preferences for snack and energy bars ...
Data & Insights | Industry | Candy & Snack Today
13 Aug 2018 - Dublin — Collaborative robots, “cobots,” big data and factors such as the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) are anticipated to drive the global food packaging robotics market, according to Research and Markets. The sector is expected to grow more than 10 percent by 2022. The ...
NCA provides its members with valuable resources to support international business opportunities, to understand international confection markets and trends and to capitalize on U.S. international trade assistance programs.
• What’s New
• Proposed and Pending Requirements
• Standards of Identity
• Ingredient Allowances
• Packaging and Labeling Requirements
• Trademark Laws
• Other Import Requirements
• In-Country Resources
• International Trends Dashboard
• Total Market Size By Country
• Country Specific Data
• Country & Regional Growth Outlook
The MAP matches up to 50 percent of your qualifying marketing and promotional expenses including advertising, sample shipments, public relations, seminars, certain publication expenditures and many trade show-related expenses. Beginning January 2015, more than $2 million in marketing subsidies is available to the confectionery industry for the calendar year.