6 reports

Nappies/Diapers/Pants in Tunisia

14 pages • By Euromonitor International

The key trend in 2015 was the continuous increase in awareness and knowledge among parents in rural areas about the proper levels of care for their babies. The increase in the number of couples with a university degree helped make parents aware of the necessity to provide health care for their babies. In addition, graduate parents enjoy strong...

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Mar 2016

Retail Tissue in Tunisia

17 pages • By Euromonitor International

Retail tissue benefited from a number of positive trends towards the end of the review period. Urbanisation and widening distribution resulted in more consumers gaining access to a wide range of brands, prices and products. Supermarkets notably offered a wide range of products and achieved a strong value share of 25% in 2015, thanks to outlet...

800 912 600
Mar 2016

Away-From-Home Tissue and Hygiene in Tunisia

14 pages • By Euromonitor International

Towards the end of the review period, increasing rates of urbanisation and employment led to changing lifestyles in Tunisia. Due to busier and more hectic lives in cities, Tunisians had little spare time for cooking, which led to an increasing number of citizens eating out. As a result of these trends, the number of restaurants, cafés and...

800 912 600
Mar 2016

Sanitary Protection in Tunisia

15 pages • By Euromonitor International

Sanitary protection recorded value growth of 8% in 2015. Rising disposable incomes encouraged sophisticated Tunisian women to demand value-added benefits from sanitary protection. Given the daily necessity of sanitary protection products, manufacturers compete on differentiation, functionality and consumer satisfaction in an attempt to build...

800 912 600
Mar 2016

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...

800 912 600
Mar 2016

Tissue and Hygiene in Tunisia

40 pages • By Euromonitor International

Value sales of retail tissue and hygiene followed an upward trend with significant growth in 2015. The greatest contributor to the growth of retail hygiene was nappies/diapers/pants and, more specifically, standard nappies/diapers. The continuing increase in demand for nappies/diapers/pants drove value sales. In retail tissue, kitchen towels...

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Mar 2016