The Future of Prepared Meals, Pizza and Soup: 2020
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The big stories
Processed plant-based options face backlash for being unnatural, consumers continue to hold retailers and manufacturers accountable for plastic pollution, and shelf-stable meals get a contemporary overhaul.
In the next two years
Flexitarians will drive a higher standard of ethics in premium products, meal kit manufacturers will align with smart kitchen technology, and interest in long-term cognitive health will lead to more on-pack references to the Mediterranean diet.
In five years and beyond
DNA testing leads to opportunities for personalised meal kits, concerns over planetary health will shape product innovation, and taste and textural benefits of synthetic/lab-created ingredients must be highlighted in order to gain consumer acceptance.
Global Annual Review: what’s now and what’s next for the prepared meal, pizza and soup market.
Ayisha Koyenikan, Global Food & Drink Analyst
THE BIG STORIES
IN THE NEXT TWO YEARS
IN FIVE YEARS AND BEYOND
KEY MARKET DATA
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