Supermarkets, which have established supply chains, are the biggest retail channel for FMCG. Other channels include direct selling, craft, art, and food markets, as well as multichannel retail (online, e-commerce, mobile commerce).
The FMCG market will be more favorable for international businesses as the proportion of households with middle incomes rises.Branded, high-quality, and well-packaged goods will be demanded by customers.
The South Africa FMCG market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
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Prior to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, South Africa’s government finances were structurally poor, there were ongoing power outages, the economy was growing slowly, and consumer and corporate confidence was declining.
Due to the hit on already high unemployment levels before the epidemic, the post-lockdown recovery, which has exacerbated the slump the country was already in, will have an effect on consumer spending.
Due to laws put in place as a result of the lockout, changes in customer behaviour, and disruptions to the supply chain, the economic repercussions will have a medium- to long-term impact on fast-moving consumer products.
Initial panic buying caused stock shortages, and some changes in consumer behaviour are expected to last.
Impulse purchases have suffered as fewer, more expensive, and targeted shopping trips have become the norm. The person in charge of purchasing has shifted in many households, which has an impact on the brands and products chosen.
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