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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

Nappies/Diapers/Pants in Morocco

20 pages • By Euromonitor International

In Morocco, nappies/diapers/pants benefited from huge media coverage and intensive operations that targeted all consumer groups, including those living in rural areas. Indeed, those on low incomes developed awareness of these products and recorded a shift towards disposable baby care products. The shift was due to these products having health...

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Mar 2017

Retail Tissue in Greece

23 pages • By Euromonitor International

Volume sales of retail tissue registered an increase of 5% in 2016, with growth driven mainly by the strong performance of paper towels and toilet paper, which are also the largest retail tissue categories. Despite the maturity of these categories, sales in each of these categories continue to increase as these products are considered to be...

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Mar 2017

Tissue and Hygiene in Egypt

48 pages • By Euromonitor International

The Egyptian economy is encountering major factors which are causing increasing inflation and accordingly rising prices, putting more pressure on manufacturers and consumers. Since late 2015 Egypt has faced a severe decline in tourism, since the bombing of a Russian flight, which led to a major shortage of foreign currencies. This led to a...

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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

Away-From-Home Tissue and Hygiene in Morocco

18 pages • By Euromonitor International

Over time, Moroccans have developed new habits and daily practices in such a way that they have become more dependent than ever before on using tissue products in their personal environment. Hence, offering packaging paper as a tissue substitute became outdated and was perceived as unsafe due to the organisms they may contain. As a result,...

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Mar 2017

Tissue and Hygiene in Greece

58 pages • By Euromonitor International

Total volume sales of tissue and hygiene posted an increase in 2016 despite the maturity of demand. Most of these products have commodity status in Greece and sales have therefore been resilient throughout the ongoing recession. The refugee crisis which was felt strongly in the country throughout 2015 and 2016 had a positive impact on sales...

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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 Iran

17 pages • By Euromonitor International

Adult incontinence was still one of the hygiene sectors with a very small base during 2016 mainly because of its relatively low level of penetration. It is important to note that adult incontinence products emerged only in 2007 and, thus, a considerable proportion of households are still not used to this type of product. In addition, the country...

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Mar 2017

Tissue and Hygiene in Costa Rica

52 pages • By Euromonitor International

As a result of the slow general economic performance and the rising penetration of economy-oriented proposals in most tissue and hygiene categories, we continued to witness slow growth rates over the 2015-2016 period, which was characterised by more rational purchasing decisions and low levels of brand loyalty. In such a context major manufacturers...

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Mar 2017

Adult Incontinence in Morocco

18 pages • By Euromonitor International

Moroccans are increasingly aware of the importance of incontinence products in their daily lives, such that the healthy and practical advantages of disposable products are the essential reasons for the shift from home-made cloths to manufactured alternatives. Besides, the growing availability and accessibility of incontinence products, thanks...

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Mar 2017

Away-From-Home Tissue and Hygiene in Greece

21 pages • By Euromonitor International

The political and economic instability seen in Greece during 2016 took its toll on sales of AFH tissue and hygiene as it negatively affected business budgets as well as placing limits on spending in the public sector, suppressing growth in domestic tourism and reducing the frequency of visits to horeca outlets among Greek consumers. The effects...

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Mar 2017

Sanitary Protection in Costa Rica

19 pages • By Euromonitor International

As most middle-income consumers’ economic situation remains uncertain in Costa Rica, sanitary protection has encountered additional growth challenges, with more users switching to use of added-value proposals with additional absorbance (such as night towels compared with regular towels). This results in them using fewer towels per day, as...

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Mar 2017

Sanitary Protection in Iran

19 pages • By Euromonitor International

Sanitary protection remained very immature in Iran during 2016 with a very low base. Although the potential consumers of these products (women aged between 12 and 54 years old) account for 34% of the population, per capita consumption is still very low at an annual 80 units. One of the key trends of 2016 was a shift of consumer preference...

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Mar 2017

Retail Tissue in Morocco

21 pages • By Euromonitor International

Retail tissue recorded a positive performance in Morocco in 2016, increasing by 8% in current terms. Strong growth was mainly due to increasing product diversity and availability, especially with continuous expansion in terms of points of sale and strong new launches, such as Bissu from Miripa SARL, and extensions of existing brands, such...

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Mar 2017

Adult Incontinence in Costa Rica

17 pages • By Euromonitor International

As the main players within adult incontinence continue to invest in improving the overall perception of their main products’ offer, we continue to see further efforts to increase segmentation, launching additional line extensions that provide lighter incontinence support, while promoting active lifestyles throughout their base of potential...

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Mar 2017

Tissue and Hygiene in Iran

49 pages • By Euromonitor International

General stagnation in the Iranian economy and its consequences, such as a high rate of unemployment, have resulted in the considerable decline of purchasing power which has negatively impacted the performance of tissue and hygiene products. Categories with a lower base, such as wipes, which are still considered as luxury by many middle- and...

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Mar 2017

Nappies/Diapers/Pants in Iran

18 pages • By Euromonitor International

The key story of 2016 was the official relaunch of Pampers by Tehran Bouran Co (subsidiary of Procter & Gamble in Iran). The brand, which had been discontinued due to international sanctions, became available again and its presence had a major impact on the competitive environment in 2016. It is important to note that per capita use of nappies/diapers...

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Mar 2017

Adult Incontinence in Egypt

16 pages • By Euromonitor International

In 2016 adult incontinence recorded a volume decline of 63%. This was due to continuous hikes in prices, coupled with low usage patterns and the exit of light and moderate formats, leaving heavy adult incontinence to shape the size of the category. Low awareness of the variants and types available and difficulties with the Egyptian healthcare...

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Mar 2017

Nappies/Diapers/Pants in Greece

21 pages • By Euromonitor International

Nappies/diapers/pants is a category of products which have commodity status for virtually all parents with babies and young children and this prevents per capita sales from decreasing strongly. However, the category is being negatively affected by the declines being seen in the birth rate in Greece. In 2015, Greece was in the top five countries...

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Mar 2017

Sanitary Protection in Greece

25 pages • By Euromonitor International

Per capita use of sanitary protection among Greek women aged between 12 and 54 years old remains below the Western European average. Official per capita figures, however, do not represent the reality because the female population of Greece has increased in recent years due to the refugee crisis and the women who have recently entered the country...

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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

Tissue and Hygiene in Morocco

51 pages • By Euromonitor International

Tissue and hygiene in Morocco continued to perform well in 2016 thanks to several reasons. For instance, there were many international players that set up in Morocco in order to manage directly the distribution of their products. In addition, new products from existing brands were made available within various categories of tissue and hygiene,...

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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

Away-From-Home Tissue and Hygiene in Egypt

17 pages • By Euromonitor International

In 2016 AFH tissue and hygiene recorded growth of 12% in current value terms and 2% in volume terms. This healthy growth was mainly driven by the performance of AFH adult incontinence, followed by AFH napkins and AFH wipers. Euromonitor International’s Away-from-Home Tissue and Hygiene in Egypt report offers a comprehensive guide to...

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Mar 2017

Retail Tissue in Iran

17 pages • By Euromonitor International

Two key factors resulted in more sensitivity to unit price among shoppers in all retail tissue categories, especially facial tissues and toilet paper, during 2016. Declining purchasing power due to general stagnation in the economy and the government’s monetary policies was the first factor encouraging consumers to look harder for better prices....

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Mar 2017

Away-From-Home Tissue and Hygiene in Costa Rica

16 pages • By Euromonitor International

As a result of the on-going economic scenario, most horeca outlets, healthcare institutions and offices keep opting to reduce non-essential expenses, with AFH tissue and hygiene products becoming a relevant area capable of translating into major savings on their monthly budgets. In such a scenario demand for AFH tissue and hygiene continues...

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Mar 2017

Nappies/Diapers/Pants in Costa Rica

18 pages • By Euromonitor International

As local buyers continue to adopt more rational purchasing patterns, the demand for bulk presentations offering greater value for money from popular brands set the pace of nappies/diapers/pants’ sales during 2016. Despite the strong preference towards the most recognised brands (Huggies and Pampers), additional good quality proposals (mostly...

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Mar 2017

Away-From-Home Tissue and Hygiene in Iran

15 pages • By Euromonitor International

Sales of away-from-home tissue and hygiene products remained considerably less developed compared to tissue and hygiene sales in the retail channel in 2016. In fact, only boxed facial tissues, napkins, toilet paper and adult incontinence are available types via AFH and their volume is much lower than in retail. This is mainly due to the fact...

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Mar 2017