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1 David Jago FDIN Wellness Seminar 2008 From slimming to wellness 1 ©2008 Mintel International Group Limited. All rights reserved. Confidential to Mintel.

2 2 Introduction Changing definitions of wellness and healthy eating Identify how companies around the world are using wellness as a platform for innovation Look at what works and what doesnt Some conclusions And we have some wellness products from around the world, for you to taste and try...

3 3 ©2008 Mintel International Group Limited. All rights reserved. Confidential to Mintel. Drivers behind wellness trend Rise in serious illness, obesity, Type II diabetes, etc… Increased awareness of health issues, greater access to information, consumer power Growing tendency towards self-diagnosis Increased tendency (in the West) to consider the mind- body-spirit balance

4 4 ©2008 Mintel International Group Limited. All rights reserved. Confidential to Mintel. Wellness and shifts in healthy-eating Low-in claims remain important, but dieting and weight loss are outmoded and marginalised Focus shifts away from negative connotations and denial Portion control emerges as a key trend Focus now is on balanced nutrition, food debits and credits, and weight management or appetite management rather than weight loss Growth in foods that feature inherent goodness, that are wholesome and nutritious - naturally rich in beneficial ingredients, and additive-free Mental and spiritual wellness emerge alongside physical wellness

5 5 ©2008 Mintel International Group Limited. All rights reserved. Confidential to Mintel. Shifts in low-in claims Coca-Colas Zero carbonated soft drink; zero sugar, not light or diet, targeted at a more male audience; Pepsi Twist 3, lemon-cola drink with 3 calories per can

6 6 ©2008 Mintel International Group Limited. All rights reserved. Confidential to Mintel. Diet plans become lifestyle plans Kraft Foods South Beach Diet becomes South Beach Living, USA Unilevers Slim-Fast enters hunger management segment with Hunger Shots yogurt drinks, UK

7 7 ©2008 Mintel International Group Limited. All rights reserved. Confidential to Mintel. Permissible indulgence via portion control Mars A little bit of…, smaller versions of key products targeting consumers who follow healthier diets, UK

8 8 ©2008 Mintel International Group Limited. All rights reserved. Confidential to Mintel. Focus on inherent goodness and colour Unilevers Knorr eet kleur (eat colour) soups, including green soup with green vegetables rich in folic acid, lutein, and vitamins C and K, and red soup with tomatoes and red vegetables rich in lycopene, lutein and vitamin C, Europe Parmalats Santal 5 i Colori della Salute, a range of colour-based juices, including Natural Red Mix with pomegranate, red oranges and elderberries, said to be rich in polyphenols, Italy

9 9 ©2008 Mintel International Group Limited. All rights reserved. Confidential to Mintel. Functional foods or wellness foods? Barilla Alixir Immunitas Chocolate Biscuits with probiotics, for immune system health, orange & carrot drink with prebiotics for digestive health, Italy Mars CocoaVia cocoa flavanol granola bars, with cocoa flavanols to promote healthy circulation, which is essential for a healthy heart, brain and body, USA

10 10 ©2008 Mintel International Group Limited. All rights reserved. Confidential to Mintel. Specific wellness benefits from everyday foods General Mills Green Giant frozen vegetables: Healthy Vision (beta-carotene); Healthy Weight (high fibre); Immunity Boost (high in antioxidants), USA

11 11 ©2008 Mintel International Group Limited. All rights reserved. Confidential to Mintel. Promoting the positives Verkade Fruit & Form (Fibres +) wholegrain cereal biscuits, with 10% fibre and vitamins B1, B2, B5 and B6, said to promote well being as well as digestion, France Kraft Foods Crystal Light LiveActive nutrient enhanced drink mix for digestive health, with 3g prebiotic fiber, and LiveActive bars, USA

12 12 ©2008 Mintel International Group Limited. All rights reserved. Confidential to Mintel. Tea for slimming or wellness? Unilevers Lipton Linea tea, rich in green tea antioxidants, drink yourself fit every day

13 13 ©2008 Mintel International Group Limited. All rights reserved. Confidential to Mintel. Lifestyle beverages Coca-Colas Aquarius Vitamin Guard, a body-conditioning drink targeted at active year olds, with vitamin C, niacin and amino acids to support skin health and general wellbeing, Japan M13 Wellbeing Functional Juice, a herbal and vitamin supplement, all natural and rich in antioxidants, with no added sugar or preservatives; said to support mental clarity, balanced energy, metabolism, immune system, healthy skin and hair and anti-aging, USA

14 14 ©2008 Mintel International Group Limited. All rights reserved. Confidential to Mintel. More than just a light crispbread? Wasas Crispn Light Wellness crispbreads, with green tea and vitamin E antioxidants that lower stress and help neutralise free radicals; Balance (prebiotic) and Beauty (fibre & B vitamins) varieties also available, Netherlands

15 15 ©2008 Mintel International Group Limited. All rights reserved. Confidential to Mintel. More than just a light meal? Inzersdorfers Wellness microwave prepared meals, 315 calories per 350g, free from preservatives and flavour enhancers, Austria

16 16 ©2008 Mintel International Group Limited. All rights reserved. Confidential to Mintel. Balance and wellness in chewing gum? Wrigleys Orbit Balance, in raspberry- lemongrass variety, Germany

17 17 ©2008 Mintel International Group Limited. All rights reserved. Confidential to Mintel. Holistic approach: Mental wellness Mental wellness has emerged as a key claim in Western markets, having been well established previously in Asia Sweet snack products and everyday foods are fortified with omega-3, B vitamins and more to support cognitive performance Sovenas Fula Nutri+ vegetable oil enriched with DHA/ALA fatty acids to stimulate mental function, Portugal Gerblé Equilibre 50 Mémoire (balance 50 memory), a cereal bar designed for seniors to maintain their mental vivacity; rich in soy phospholipids and vitamin B9, France Kelloggs Live Bright Brain Health Bar with DHA Omega 3, USA

18 18 ©2008 Mintel International Group Limited. All rights reserved. Confidential to Mintel. Holistic approach: Spiritual wellness Spiritual wellness can be catered for by mood foods These are typically sweet foods or drinks that address emotional wellness through simple indulgence Yet there is evidence to support the real benefits of some of the active ingredients in such products Anthon Bergs Chocolate Therapy Focus, with extracts of schizandra berries for clarity, Denmark Lottes +Relax chocolate with theanine and GABA (an amino acid) to aid relaxation, Japan

19 19 ©2008 Mintel International Group Limited. All rights reserved. Confidential to Mintel. Holistic approach: Look good, feel good Mars Dove Beautiful Chocolate Bar, with skin nourishing vitamins C and E, biotin and zinc, plus the natural goodness of cocoa flavanols to help hydrate from within to support beautiful looking skin, USA Nestlés Glowelle Beauty Drink, with a proprietary blend of antioxidant vitamins (A, C and E), tea, phyto-nutrients, botanical and fruit extracts, said to help delay aging by hydrating the skin, protect the skin against environmental damage and nourish from within, USA Beauty foods and beverages reach the mainstream, with major brands and companies Products play on the emotional and physical benefits of cared for, healthy skin

20 20 ©2008 Mintel International Group Limited. All rights reserved. Confidential to Mintel. Conclusions and points for the future Is wellness just a new, consumer-friendly way of looking at enhanced functional health benefits? Especially where those benefits are nature-based or use the science of nature? Its about: –Accentuating the positives, not the negatives (of being unhealthy or overweight) –Focusing on prevention, rather than cure –Maximising vitality and looking forward to the lifestyle benefits Attributes that allow wellness foods, more than other better-for-you foods, to operate with indulgence values

21 21 ©2008 Mintel International Group Limited. All rights reserved. Confidential to Mintel. David Jago Tel For further information


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