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Our expertise in Consumer Foods is as diverse as our global client base in confectionery, bakery, frozen food manufacturing, chilled food manufacturing, ambient food manufacturing, biscuits, breakfast cereals and snacks.

Our expertise in Consumer Foods is as diverse as our global client base in confectionery, bakery, frozen food manufacturing, chilled food manufacturing, ambient food manufacturing, biscuits, breakfast cereals and snacks.
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Our expertise in Consumer Foods is as diverse as our global client base in confectionery, bakery, frozen food manufacturing, chilled food manufacturing, ambient food manufacturing, biscuits, breakfast cereals and snacks.

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English


Episodes

Cheers to E-Wine: How Consumer Food Companies Can Learn From Online Wine Sales

4/18/2019
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Wine is bulky and relatively expensive. And so it's ideal to sell online. But selling it this way is a little different than selling it conventionally – and we can learn a lot from other food & beverage categories. Think of price points. Think of access to products which may not be available in brick-and-mortar stores. And think of various models that are used to sell online. Consumer Foods-to-go host Cyrille Filott, along with co-host Maartje van den Berg, interview Maria Castroviejo, our...

Duration:00:17:34

Fruit & Vegetables: Value Growth on the Side (of the Store)

4/4/2019
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Growth in supermarkets is currently taking place in the perimeter, away from the center aisle. And that’s exactly where fruit and vegetables are! This segment isn't necessarily growing a lot in volume – but the opportunity is in providing value to the consumer. Value in fruit and vegetables means providing convenient products (or even solutions). Rabobank analyst Cindy van Rijswick talks to Consumer Foods-to-Go host Cyrille Filott about the latest trends in fruit and veg, along with – of...

Duration:00:15:01

Meat Alternatives: The Tide Is Lifting All Boats... but What Next?

3/13/2019
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Meat Alternatives – the one area everyone in the consumer foods sector, the beverages sector, and the animal protein sector are all focusing on. The key reason: the consumer is becoming aware that meat may have a negative environmental impact (although this is contested by some), while also becoming more engaged in promoting animal welfare. In recent years, we've noticed phenomenal growth rates in alternatives – and we will continue to see a lot of growth. In this episode, Consumer...

Duration:00:16:19

Trends in Beer: Lessons for Consumer Foods Companies

3/7/2019
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The beer market was one of the first categories in food & beverages to be disrupted by start-ups and by craft brewers. The change started some 20 years or so ago and is still in full motion. Big Beer initially watched the disruption from the sidelines, but then it started to act. In this episode,senior beverages analyst Francois Sonneville discusses his perspective with Consumer Foods to Go host Cyrille Filott. A lot of lessons for food companies this time around, given the current rise of...

Duration:00:13:03

Alternative Sweeteners: An Opportunity for a Sweet Challenge in Consumer Foods

2/21/2019
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Sugar is frowned upon by many consumers... rightfully or wrongfully. Many food companies are looking to alternatives – and there are many out there. A whole range of alternative sweeteners is on the market or will come to the market soon. Cyrille Filott and Maartje van den Berg invite Senior Analyst Ruud Schers to discuss the varieties out there – and to take a look at just what consumer foods companies are doing in this space.

Duration:00:17:17

Bakery in Developed Markets – What Is Rising?

2/4/2019
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What should industrial bakeries focus on going forward? Industrial bakery has been a fast-growing sector, driven by convenience, by retail, and by food service channels and improving production technologies. The production of fresh products has been stalling in the last few years, while the growth of frozen product is still at high levels. In this episode of Consumer Foods-to-Go, Cyrille Filott will discuss the key trends in industrial bakery – and what channels and products should be areas...

Duration:00:14:25

Organic Processed Food Goes Mainstream

1/28/2019
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Why do European consumers buy increasing amounts of organic food? And how will this market develop further? In this episode of Consumer Foods-to-Go, Rabobank’s Global Strategist for Consumer Foods Cyrille Filott and Senior Analyst Maartje van den Berg discuss the fascinating ‘parallel’ organic processed foods industry in Europe

Duration:00:19:36

The Next Phase for Private-Label Growth

1/21/2019
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Private-label's market share in European food is at about 33% – and it's expected to continue to grow to 40% over the next few years. But a lot of changes are taking place in the market, and this is leading to a rethink when it comes to private-label producers' strategies. In this episode of Consumer Foods-to-Go, Global Strategist for Consumer Foods Cyrille Filott and Senior Analyst Sebastiaan Schreijen discuss the numerous changes that are taking place in private label – including retailer...

Duration:00:17:18