GlobalData’s consumer survey research from 2018 Q3 shows that 47% of respondents would either buy fewer chocolate, confectionery and dessert products (36%) or none at all (11%) if a tax on this sector was introduced in their country.
UK sugar tax 2020
With countries such as the UK proposing a new tax on sugar and confectionery in 2020, brands such as Cadbury are attempting to decrease the sugar content of their products in a bid to avoid soaring price tags while increasing the amount of fibre and protein.
A new strategy of targeting gym-goers with protein-rich products has seen chocolate and confectionery brands devising tactics to stay ahead of the competition once the sugar tax is introduced.
Survey: Would a tax on chocolate/confectionery change your shopping behaviour?
Source: GlobalData, Global Consumer Survey Q3 2018
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