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FMCG MONITOR MARCH 2015

14/04/2015

FMCG Monitor is a monthly report published by Kantar Worldpanel, with the goal to provide a brief overview of Indonesia FMCG market and its evolution across sectors and channels as well as the most updated highlights.

Each FMCG Monitor will take you through market updates on:

  • Key economic indicators
  • FMCG growth movements (total & by sectors)
  • Retailer snapshot
  • Hot categories

Some highlights in this issue :

  • After deflation until February 2015, the inflation finally arrived in March 2015 with 0.17% vs February. The inflation in March 2015 happened because price increase for some categories such as RTE Food, Beverages, and Cigarettes. 
  • The decelerating trend in last month still continue in March. FMCG deceleration happened in both urban and rural area. The slowed-down price growth that happened on more than a half of top categories effecting on total slower price growth.
  • Dish Wash show well performance in Urban Indonesia. Based on volume growth, this category increased a lot which happened due to increasing penetration and growing consumption. People nowadays tend to spend to smaller size for dish wash in form of sachet and refill. 
  • The most contributor for retailer is still obviously dominated by Traditional Trade both in Urban and Rural. While Minimarket is still being the biggest contributor in Modern Trade
  • In order to gain more penetration, continuous recruitment is the activity that must be done to become a big brand. Some countries data compilation said, the difference between Big and Small brands are number of the buyers, not how loyal the buyers are. 

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FMCG MONITOR MARCH 2015

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Lim, Soon Lee
General Manager - Kantar Worldpanel Indonesia

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