Confectionery Packaging in South Africa

Date: April 14, 2016
Pages: 39
Price:
US$ 990.00
Publisher: Euromonitor International Ltd
Report type: Strategic Report
Delivery: E-mail Delivery (PDF)
ID: C8E433D8858EN
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There was a marked trend of downsizing in chocolate confectionery over the review period. Players are facing rising costs for raw materials such as cocoa and butter, with a shift towards smaller pack sizes thus enabling them to cover rising costs while keeping packs affordable. This was notably seen in tablets. Kraft Foods previously reduced its 100g tablet to 90g, with this being further reduced to 80g in 2014. Nestlé and Tiger tablets are already 80g in size.

Euromonitor International's Confectionery Packaging in South Africa report offers insight into key trends and developments driving packaging across the category. The report also examines trends and prospect for various pack types and closures: metal packaging, rigid plastic, glass, liquid cartons, paper-based containers; flexible packaging.

Product coverage: Chocolate Confectionery, Gum, Sugar Confectionery.

Data coverage: market sizes (historic and forecasts), company shares, brand shares and distribution data.

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Headlines
Trends
Prospects
Afripack (pty) Ltd in Packaging Industry (south Africa)
Strategic Direction
Key Facts
  Summary 1 Afripack (Pty) Ltd: Key Facts
Production
  Summary 2 Major End-use Categories for Afripack (Pty) Ltd by Pack Type: 2015
Competitive Positioning
Astrapak Ltd in Packaging Industry (south Africa)
Strategic Direction
Key Facts
  Summary 3 Astrapak Ltd: Key Facts
Production
  Summary 4 Major End-use Categories for Astrapak Ltd by Pack Type: 2015
Competitive Positioning
Bowler-metcalf Ltd in Packaging Industry (south Africa)
Strategic Direction
Key Facts
  Summary 5 Bowler-Metcalf Ltd: Key Facts
Production
  Summary 6 Major End-use Categories for Bowler-Metcalf Ltd by Pack Type: 2015
Competitive Positioning
Consol Ltd in Packaging Industry (south Africa)
Strategic Direction
Key Facts
  Summary 7 Consol Ltd: Key Facts
Production
  Summary 8 Major End-use Categories for Consol Ltd by Pack Type: 2015
Competitive Positioning
Mpact Ltd in Packaging Industry (south Africa)
Strategic Direction
Key Facts
  Summary 9 Mpact Ltd: Key Facts
Production
  Summary 10 Major End-use Categories for Mpact Ltd by Pack Type: 2015
Competitive Positioning
Nampak Ltd in Packaging Industry (south Africa)
Strategic Direction
Key Facts
  Summary 11 Nampak Ltd: Key Facts
Production
  Summary 12 Major End-use Categories for Nampak Ltd by Pack Type: 2015
Competitive Positioning
Polyoak Packaging Group (pty) Ltd in Packaging Industry (south Africa)
Strategic Direction
Key Facts
  Summary 13 Polyoak Packaging Group (pty) Ltd: Key Facts
Production
  Summary 14 Major End-use Categories for Polyoak Packaging Group (pty) Ltd by Pack Type: 2015
Competitive Positioning
Tetra Pak South Africa (pty) Ltd in Packaging Industry (south Africa)
Strategic Direction
Key Facts
  Summary 15 Tetra Pak South Africa (pty) Ltd: Key Facts
Production
  Summary 16 Major End-use Categories for Tetra Pak South Africa (pty) Ltd by Pack Type: 2015
Competitive Positioning
Executive Summary
Economic Climate Affects Consumer Spending, Boosting Value-for-money Packaging
Pack Size Polarisation
Packaging Facilitates Brand Extensions Into New Product Categories
Recycling Remains Important in South Africa
Value for Money Will Continue To Characterise the Packaging Market Over the Forecast Period
Key Trends and Developments
Pack Size Polarisation and Rising Popularity of Multipacks Stimulated by Desire To Save Money
Rising Costs and Consumer Price Sensitivity Stimulate Cheaper Types of Packaging
Despite Drive To Lower Costs, Premiumisation Also Characterises the Market, Even in Private Label
Changing Demand Patterns and Packaging Trends Help Low-paid South Africans
Greater Focus on Environmentally Packaging But Hampered Slightly by Diminished Disposable Incomes
Packaging Legislation
National Environmental Management Waste Act 2008 (act 59 of 2008)
Industry Waste Management Plan
Packaging Legislation Overview
Food Labelling Regulations (r146)
Regulations Relating To Foodstuffs for Infants and Young Children R991
Recycling and the Environment
Collect-a-can Drives Metal Packaging Recycling
Shift From Steel-based To Aluminium Beverage Cans Offers Win-win Benefits
Glass Recycling Company (tgrc) Boosts Recycling of Glass Packaging
Prasa Controls All Paper Recycling
Recycling of Plastics Packaging Remains Complex
Packaging Design and Labelling
Economic Constraints Lead To Polarisation in Pack Sizes
Packaging Is A Useful Tool in Product Differentiation and Helps Boost Product Prices
Rising Demand for Convenience Pervades All Packaging Classes












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