9 reports

Wipes in Algeria

20 pages • By Euromonitor International

Wipes benefited from a shift towards more modern baby care practices in Algeria during the review period, with parents becoming increasingly focused on hygiene and convenience. Urbanisation also encouraged this trend, resulting in a growing number of parents having easy access to affordable baby wipes. Moreover, the distribution of lower-priced...

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Mar 2017

Retail Tissue in Algeria

20 pages • By Euromonitor International

The demand for retail tissue continued to grow strongly among Algerian consumers in 2016. Changing consumer lifestyles and habits and ongoing urbanisation encouraged a growing focus on hygiene in Algeria. Consumers continued to desire a higher quality of life, looking for extra convenience and more comfort. Moreover, manufacturers expanded...

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Mar 2017

Tissue and Hygiene in Algeria

48 pages • By Euromonitor International

Tissue and hygiene benefited from increasing consumer awareness and changing hygiene habits during the review period. As a result, consumers were willing to increase their spending on these products. Sales growth also benefited from a number of other trends, with urbanisation, notably, increasing the number of consumers with easy access to...

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Mar 2017

Sanitary Protection in Algeria

19 pages • By Euromonitor International

Sanitary protection benefited from a number of key trends in Algeria towards the end of the review period. The rise in the number of women in the workforce in Algeria increased the need for sanitary protection and increased women’s involvement in shopping choices, especially for hygiene products. Many females shifted from the traditional use...

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Mar 2017

Adult Incontinence in Algeria

17 pages • By Euromonitor International

Adult incontinence products were present in Algeria over the review period; however, retail sales were negligible until 2014-2015. Indeed, the per capita consumption rate remains low, despite the high need for these products. A social or cultural taboo surrounding adult incontinence in Algeria has prevented mass consumption. Euromonitor...

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Mar 2017

Away-From-Home Tissue and Hygiene in Algeria

15 pages • By Euromonitor International

The demand and consumption of away-from-home tissue was positive in 2016, although AFH adult incontinence remained negligible. Strong growth was largely due to horeca, as the numbers of foodservice outlets and shopping malls grew in urban cities. Consumer foodservice is flourishing while more hotels opened, despite tourism remaining a poor...

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Mar 2017

Nappies/Diapers/Pants in Algeria

19 pages • By Euromonitor International

Nappies/diapers/pants has benefited from a shift away from traditional cloths to specialised products. This shift has been encouraged by a number of trends in Algeria. The review period saw quality of life improvements and greater product penetration. Urbanisation also encouraged a shift away from more traditional habits, while the growing...

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Mar 2017

Incontinence in Algeria

17 pages • By Euromonitor International

Incontinence started to record sales in Algeria over the review period. However, sales are negligible, and not proportionate to the potential of the market. Despite a great need for incontinence products, using such products has been a social or cultural taboo, which has prevented their mass consumption Euromonitor International's Incontinence...

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Mar 2016

Cotton Wool/Buds/Pads in Algeria

19 pages • By Euromonitor International

Cotton wool/buds/pads benefited from rising disposable income levels and an expanding mid-income group during the review period, enabling more consumers to afford these products. Growth was also supported by urbanisation, with this trend not only offering consumers easy to access to a range of cotton wool/buds/pads but also encouraging a stronger...

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Mar 2015