8 reports

Nappies/Diapers/Pants in Tunisia

16 pages • By Euromonitor International

Slowly changing consumer lifestyles are starting to affect nappies/diapers/pants. Women in the workforce are tending to buy more junior nappies/diapers and standard nappies/diapers for their children as they do not have the time to spend washing baby clothes while potty training. In 2016, per capita consumption of nappies/diapers/pants among...

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Mar 2017

Sanitary Protection in Tunisia

16 pages • By Euromonitor International

Sanitary protection in Tunisia continued to register steady growth in 2016. The country was home to more than three million women aged between 12 and 54, which means a sizeable consumer base for the category. These women now have access to a wider range of sanitary protection products, including new formats with higher levels of sophistication...

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Mar 2017

Adult Incontinence in Tunisia

15 pages • By Euromonitor International

Adult incontinence continued to record solid growth in 2016 thanks to increasing consumer awareness and acceptance of the condition. Additionally, the availability of incontinence products, both light and moderate/heavy, continued to increase through major distribution channels such as supermarkets and hypermarkets, with these outlets also...

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Mar 2017

Away-From-Home Tissue and Hygiene in Tunisia

13 pages • By Euromonitor International

AFH tissue and hygiene relies heavily on the performance of the services industry in Tunisia. The channel grew steadily over the review period, boosted by a positive macroeconomic climate and the expansion of the services industry. AFH tissue was positively impacted by the newfound political stability in the country following the 2014 elections....

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Mar 2017

Wipes in Tunisia

17 pages • By Euromonitor International

The strong attachment of consumers of all ages to baby wipes continued to hamper the growth of other wipes categories in 2016. The widespread availability and low prices of baby wipes attract all family members. The only category which was able to compete with baby wipes was cosmetic wipes, which were marketed as a skin cleansing product....

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Mar 2017

Tissue and Hygiene in Tunisia

40 pages • By Euromonitor International

Overall tissue and hygiene registered a solid performance in 2016, largely supported by the growth of adult incontinence products. As consumers in Tunisia continue to become more sophisticated and look for higher levels of convenience, better quality tissue and hygiene products continue to grow in popularity. Euromonitor International’s...

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Mar 2017

Retail Tissue in Tunisia

16 pages • By Euromonitor International

Per capita use of retail tissue in Tunisia reached 2.3kg in 2016, thus remaining way behind consumption in North America and Western Europe. The consumption of retail tissue in Tunisia remains pegged to that of toilet paper, which accounts for a large share of sales. However, there remains room for the future growth in per capita consumption...

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Mar 2017

Incontinence in Tunisia

14 pages • By Euromonitor International

Incontinence recorded good volume and value growth in 2015 due to the increasing visibility of these products on retail shelves. Consumers now have much easier access to incontinence products through modern grocery retailer channels, such as supermarkets. In addition, demographic changes, coupled with the decreasing stigma surrounding incontinence...

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Mar 2016