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While bubble blowing remains popular among school-age children, bubble gum is not as widely demanded as other types of gum.

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Within functional gum, nascent teeth whitening gum is seeing good growth from a low base while breath-freshening gum is increasingly mainstream.

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  • Morocco
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Gum Must Offer New Attributes To Be Attractive CATEGORY DATA Table ## Sales of Gum by Category: Volume 2013-2018 Source: Euromonitor International from official statistics, trade associations, trade press, company research, store checks, trade interviews, trade sources Bubble

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  • Singapore
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One key new launch, however, was a Maggi subbrand from Nestlé Nigeria called Maggi Naija Pot.

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  • Nigeria
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Mars Norge Takes Over Distribution of Wrigley' s Extra From Orkla Traditionally, gum is a comparatively uneventful category, characterised by one type of chewing gum, with sugar-free chewing gum being the most preferred over other variants and with

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  • Norway
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  • Orkla Group

Chocolate will remain one of the most appreciated types of confectionery by Tunisian consumers and one of the most dynamic snacks categories.

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  • Tunisia
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Indeed, one of the most important growth drivers will be ongoing innovation.

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The main factors behind this situation are heath concerns (common belief that bubble gum is one of the causes of bite problems in children and cavities); the development of sugar confectionery as an alternative/ substitute (mainly domestic); and strong brands and the wide prese

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One of the reasons is its aggressive innovation.

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  • China
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With cigarette consumption in Indonesia being amongst the highest in Southeast Asia, there may also be a higher dependency on chewing gum to freshen one' s breath after smoking.

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  • Indonesia
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Bubble Gum Remains the Domain of Local Companies Wrigley Philippines maintained its lead in gum in 2018.

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  • Philippines
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On the one hand, discounters are becoming more popular, resulting in further sales growth.

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  • Hungary
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Pellets dominate gum format.

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  • Peru
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Just a little over one in ten gums is bubble gum in Macedonia and its principle consumers are younger consumers, primarily children.

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  • Macedonia
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It is important to note that price was only one of the factors influencing this trend, not the only and most important one.

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  • Serbia

Similarly, chewing gum and bubble gum are popular among smokers who chew gum to mask the smell of cigarettes.

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  • India
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Competition within gum was reduced in 2018.

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  • Romania
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The company offers high quality and affordable bubble gum, sugar-free and sugarised chewing gum, and its eponymous brand is well established in Malaysia.

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  • Malaysia
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One prominent example was Kellybar from Saaremaa Deli.

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  • Estonia
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As a result, Elma was one of the best performing brands in gum in 2017.

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  • Greece
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Both bubble gum and chewing gum can fall into any of these groupings.

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  • Ecuador
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A negative volume CAGR for both chewing gum and bubble gum will be down to competition between mouth fresheners, mouthwashes and chewing gum and sugar confectionery, chocolate confectionery and bubble gum.

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  • Kazakhstan
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One recent launch featured first olive oil in spray format (spray aerosol-like packaging) launched by Lidl Österreich GmbH, one of the leading hard discounters in Austria.

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  • Austria
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One of the recent new product developments is an extra-large size of gum package.

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  • Belarus
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However, gum is an exception.

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  • Georgia
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On the other hand, Mondelez Czech Republic faced a drop in its share of gum.

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  • Czech Republic
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In addition, gum has lost many consumers over time due to the decline in smokers, the main target of gum products.

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  • Japan
  • Meiji Co., Ltd.

Bubble gum is usually preferred by children.

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  • Guatemala
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At one time, only one brand, namely Orbit, was popular in the gum category in Bulgaria, however, in recent years the situation has changed and most companies are fighting to gain new consumers by promoting their quality and easy portability.

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  • Bulgaria
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No domestic gum players or private label gum lines have been recorded in Bosnia- Herzegovina.

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  • Bosnia and Herzegovina
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  • Podravka d.d.