5 reports

Tissue and Hygiene in New Zealand

56 pages • By Euromonitor International

A declining birth rate was the key contributor to a muted performance by retail hygiene in 2015, as it continued to trail retail tissue, which recorded current value growth. A trend towards premiumisation was evident as value growth of luxury tissue products helped drive the performance of retail tissue. The strength of retail tissue was,...

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Apr 2016

Nappies/Diapers/Pants in New Zealand

20 pages • By Euromonitor International

A price war among retailers emerged within nappies/diapers/pants in 2015, with price cuts so steep that in some instances products were being discounted by up to 50%. This trend, which emerged in 2014, strongly influenced consumer purchasing behaviour, as shoppers became more inclined to shop around for the best deal now that discounting had...

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Apr 2016

Consumer and Market Insights: Feminine Hygiene Market in New Zealand

55 pages • By GlobalData

Summary Feminine Hygiene market in New Zealand is led by the Sanitary Pads category in value terms while Women's Disposable Razors and Blades is the leading category in volume terms. Pantiliners and Shields is forecast to be the fastest growing category during 2015-2020. The market is led by brands such as Carefree and Libra. Key...

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Mar 2016

Sets/Kits in New Zealand

21 pages • By Euromonitor International

2014 saw another year of development in sets/kits by mass brand manufacturers. These ranged from mini kits to travel kits, as well as special occasion sets. Some of the mass brands found in mini formats in 2014 were VO5 Moisture Soak Elixir Travel Pack of 100ml each of shampoo and conditioner by Unilever New Zealand, Colgate Dental Travel...

800 912 600
Sep 2015

Cotton Wool/Buds/Pads in New Zealand

21 pages • By Euromonitor International

It was noted that more economy brands entered cotton wool/buds/pads in 2014, which were very price-competitive compared with private label. However, at the same time it was noted that more expensive brands were also enjoying good shelf-space, such as the brand Swisspers, whilst Johnson’s Pure made a slight comeback towards the end of 2014...

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Sep 2015