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FMCG Gurus – Addressing Food Waste and Shortages – Global Report – 2023

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FMCG Gurus – Addressing Food Waste and Shortages – Global Report – 2023

 Geographies:  Global  Industries: Sustainability  Published Date:  2023

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FMCG Gurus – Addressing Food Waste and Shortages – Global Report – 2023

Report Description

This report explores food waste and shortages in 2023. The report offers insight into consumers’ environmental concerns regarding food production and the impact of the industry on global warming, climate change, and biodiversity. Our findings explore consumer perceptions regarding upcycled ingredients and products with an extended shelf life. In addition, the report examines consumer attitudes toward alternative protein sources, protein hybrids, and cultivated products.

This report will look at the following areas:

  • Consumer levels of concern for the state of the environment.
  • The specific areas of global warming and climate change that consumers are concerned about.
  • Insights into consumer concerns around biodiversity.
  • Consumer attitudes and behaviors regarding their contributors to food waste.
  • Consumer perceptions regarding products with an extended shelf life and upcycled ingredients.
  • Insights into concerns around food shortages in comparison with previous years.
  • Consumer attitudes toward alternative protein sources, protein hybrids, and cultivated products.

How this will help - Addressing Food Waste and Shortages:

  • Assess the extent to which consumers are concerned about food supply chains, and how they expect the industry to help address these issues.
  • Evaluate the biggest challenges faced to food and drink supply chains over the next decade.
  • Devise new solutions around packaging, upcycled ingredients, and alternative protein sources that help address food waste and shortages.

Files included in this report:

  • FMCG-Gurus-Addressing-Food-Waste-and-Shortages-Global-Report-2023.pdf
  • FMCG-Gurus-Addressing-Food-Waste-and-Shortages-Global-Report-2023.pptx
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FMCG Gurus – Addressing Food Waste and Shortages – Global Report – 2023

Report Description

This report explores food waste and shortages in 2023. The report offers insight into consumers’ environmental concerns regarding food production and the impact of the industry on global warming, climate change, and biodiversity. Our findings explore consumer perceptions regarding upcycled ingredients and products with an extended shelf life. In addition, the report examines consumer attitudes toward alternative protein sources, protein hybrids, and cultivated products.

This report will look at the following areas:

  • Consumer levels of concern for the state of the environment.
  • The specific areas of global warming and climate change that consumers are concerned about.
  • Insights into consumer concerns around biodiversity.
  • Consumer attitudes and behaviors regarding their contributors to food waste.
  • Consumer perceptions regarding products with an extended shelf life and upcycled ingredients.
  • Insights into concerns around food shortages in comparison with previous years.
  • Consumer attitudes toward alternative protein sources, protein hybrids, and cultivated products.

Report Agenda and Insights available:

Introduction (1-2)
  • This report is based on the following FMCG Gurus survey series: Active Nutrition survey series 2023, Meat and Plant-based survey series 2020 and Sustainability survey series 2022 and 2020
Environmental Concerns (3-6)
  • (SU601) To what extent do you agree with the following statements? - 2020 | 2022
  • (SU589) Are you concerned about any of the following? - 2021 | 2023
  • (SU589) The proportion of consumers who say that they are concerned about the following. - 2022
Food waste (7-11)
  • (SU637) In your experience, what are the main contributors to your food waste? - 2022
  • (SU025) Proportion of global consumers who say that they find it difficult to waste less food. - 2022
  • (SU833) Proportion of global consumers say it is important to avoid food waste. - 2022
  • (SU001) Proportion of global consumers have made greater efforts to reduce food waste in the last two years. - 2022
  • (SU880) Proportion of global consumers say they would be happy to purchase a food and drink product marketed around having an extended shelf life. - 2022
  • (SU769) What reasons would you have for accepting such a product? - 2022
  • (AN141) Proportion of global consumers who say they find upcycled ingredients appealing. - 2023
  • (AN510) You state that you find the concept of upcycled ingredients appealing. Why is this? - 2023
Food shortages (12-16)
  • (SU589) The proportion of consumers who say they are concerned about food shortages. - 2020 | 2022
  • (AN718) The proportion of consumers who find the following protein sources appealing. - 2023
  • How appealing do these products sound? - 2023
  • You state that you find protein hybrids appealing. Why is this? - 2023
  • The proportion of consumers who say that they are willing to try the following types of cultivated products. - 2022
Actions & Recommendations (17-18)

Files included in this report:

  • FMCG-Gurus-Addressing-Food-Waste-and-Shortages-Global-Report-2023.pdf
  • FMCG-Gurus-Addressing-Food-Waste-and-Shortages-Global-Report-2023.pptx
  • If you are a user, click here to login and download the report.