Feature commentary from NZMP Chief Operating Officer Kelvin Wickham on the idea of health as the new wealth and dairy’s role to play in this.
Director of NZMP Marketing, Gillian Munnik, provides insight on some of the changes in the Global Dairy Industry over 2017, with key callouts for the coming year
Nicola Fox, Senior Manager FMCG at Nielsen, shares insights into the increased focus consumers have on health and wellness.
Natasha D’Costa, Director of Agriculture & Nutrition (APAC) at Frost & Sullivan, shares insights into the evolving trends in healthy aging and the potential opportunities in the Nutraceuticals space
Eric Hansen, Director Global Dairy Trade reflects on the formation of GDT Marketplace platform one year on.
Shelley McMillan, Trend and Innovation Consultant at Mintel, shares insight into the opportunity for dairy in the growing snack market
Ian Proudfoot, Global Head of Agribusiness at KPMG, shares foresight into the future of food with his article on how we eat is changing
NZMP Global Insights Manager Roshena De Leon shares insights on the growing food intolerance market.
NZMP Key Account Manager Rachel Marshall to get her views on natural food trends in North America.
Dr. Richard Swinbourne from the Singapore Sports Institute. Richard shares insight into the growing world of active nutrition in South East Asia.
Top Global Consumer Trends for 2018
We have been reading up on the latest consumer trends for 2018 and have summarised into the top 5 trends you need to be aware of.
Today's digitally savvy consumers are taking their personal wellbeing into their own hands. The growing belief that diet cannot be "one size fits all" is gaining ground and expected to continue driving consumer demand across the food and beverage sector.
Life expectancy is dramatically increasing around the globe, on average of 11 years longer for men and 12 years for women compared to 40 years ago. Following a healthy diet is key to healthy ageing and this brings opportunities for dairy products to leverage the natural nutritional values in milk.
In much of the developed and developing world, increasingly busy lifestyles are driving growth of snacking occasions and fueling demand for grab-and-go convenience. Younger consumers are more likely to agree that snacking helps to keep energy levels up and that eating healthy snacks is a good way to manage weight.
Infant Growth and Development
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Slim down to tone up
Dairy protein can help support weight and muscle management by providing a high quality source of satiating protein that can stimulate metabolism, and promote the retention and growth of muscle when consumed alongside an exercise program.
Protein is essential for lean muscle growth
We have a requirement for high quality proteins in our diet. Protein from dairy sources is an excellent product to meet our essential amino acid requirements, especially for those interested in exercise, healthy lifestyles, and ageing well.
Power your day with protein
Dairy protein can help support weight management by providing a satiating high quality source of protein, helping with appetite control whether you are interested in maintaining or reducing weight, as well as supporting sustained energy levels throughout the day
Not all proteins are created equal
Dairy protein is a high quality complete protein available in varying formats that provide high levels of all the essential amino acids. A diet rich in dairy protein, in combination with a resistance training programme, optimises lean muscle gain and provides body composition benefits.
Exercise on its own is not enough
Dairy protein fuels performance and feeds recovery. The type of protein consumed can also influence the body’s response to protein.
Commit to protein for strong bones
A diet containing rich amounts of dairy products - including milk, yoghurt and cheese – can help protect bone health during ageing,
Challenge the age barrier
Dairy protein can help support muscle mass and strength maintenance as we age.
9 essential amino acids
Protein from dairy sources is an excellent way to meet the body’s protein and essential amino acid requirements, especially for people interested in quality nutrition to support exercise, healthy lifestyles, and keeping active as they age.
Burn fat, boost stamina
A diet rich in dairy protein, in combination with an exercise training programme, helps to optimise fat loss and lean muscle gain providing the desired body composition benefits.
Boost the benefit of nutrition
dairy protein can help support muscle maintenance by providing a high quality source of protein that can stimulate muscle metabolism, and promote the retention and growth of muscle, especially when consumed alongside an exercise program. Dairy protein can easily be incorporated into a balanced diet throughout the day, as well as providing options for post-workout to further optimise muscle growth/maintenance.