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Article Title: From beverages to baby food: pouches to grow 6.5% a year By Rachel Arthur+, 30-Apr-2014
By: Rachel Arthur
Publication: Food Production Daily, 4/30/2014
Freedonia Study: Pouches (3157)

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Features on stand-up pouches – such as handles and spouts – will increase the customer appeal of the packaging, with growth for the US sector predicted by market research company Freedonia.
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Article Title: The latest trends in pouches according to Freedonia market research
By: Shaun Weston
Publication: FoodBev, 4/29/2014
Freedonia Study: Pouches (3157)

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Demand for pouches in the US is projected to increase 4.6% per year to $9.4bn in 2018. According to Freedonia Group analyst Esther Palevsky, "Growth will be fuelled by continued solid opportunities for stand-up pouches." Overall pouch unit demand is expected to expand 2.7% yearly to 92 billion. Advantages of superior aesthetic appeal, portability, light weight, reduced material use and significantly lower shipping costs relative to rigid containers will foster strong acceptance in a broad range of consumer packaged goods uses.
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Article Title: Freedonia Issues Study on Pouches
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Publication: PFFC Paper, Film, Foil Converter, 6/17/2014
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According to Pouches, a new report from The Freedonia Group, demand for pouches in the US is projected to increase 4.6%/yr to $9.4 billion in 2018. Analyst Esther Palevsky says growth will be fueled by continued solid opportunities for stand-up pouches. The study says overall pouch unit demand is expected to expand 2.7% yearly to 92 billion. Advantages of superior esthetic appeal, portability, light weight, reduced material use, and significantly lower shipping costs relative to rigid containers will foster strong acceptance in a broad range of consumer packaged goods uses.
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Article Title: Stand-up pouches to help U.S. pouch demand grow
By: Jim Butschli
Publication: Packaging World, 4/30/2014
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Pouches,” a new study from The Freedonia Group, Inc., believes that multiple benefits will continue to push U.S. pouch package demand through 2018. According to analyst Esther Palevsky, “Growth will be fueled by continued solid opportunities for stand-up pouches.” Advantages of superior aesthetic appeal, portability, light weight, reduced material use, and significantly lower shipping costs relative to rigid containers will foster strong acceptance in a broad range of consumer packaged goods uses.
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