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United Kingdom Packaging Industry Market Revenue

Added: (Tue Nov 14 2017)

Pressbox (Press Release) - Pack sizes became increasingly polarised in many areas of fast-moving consumer goods towards the end of the review period, with a number of factors influencing these shifts. Weight concerns, both for consumers and regarding their pets, notably encouraged the use of portion control packs in areas such as confectionery and dog and cat food, with pouches proving strong in the latter. Larger sharing packs however also benefited from consumers socialising more at home, while bulk packs gained share
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