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Article Title: Green factors driving US pouch market - report
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Publication: Food Production Daily, 7/2/2008
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Demand for pouches in the US is expected to grow 6.1 per cent annually to $7.9bn in 2012, according to a new study by the industry research firm, the Freedonia Group. The analysts said this prediced growth in the food and non-food sectors combined will primarily be driven by continued expansion in the stand-up pouch sector and gains for flat pouches in certain markets.
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Article Title: Stand Up Pouches and Sticks on the move ahead
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Publication: Emballage Digest, 7/17/2008
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Flat pouch advances will also be supported by a rapidly expanding market for stick pouches (small tube-shaped pouches) with single-portion packages of products such as drink mixes, candy and sweeteners.
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Article Title: Bag & pouches: What's hot right now?
By: Natalie Hasselbacher
Publication: Converting Magazine, 2/13/2009
Freedonia Study: Pouches (2367)

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First, it was cartons and cans falling victim to the pouch. With their latest casualties being bags, particularly simple ones made from paper, today's more sophisticated pouches are expected to expand their dominance over many types of packaging based on aesthetic appeal, reclosable components, portability, light weight and reduced material use. The latest forecasts from Cleveland-based market researcher The Freedonia Group, Inc. (www.freedoniagroup.com) show that overall sales of pouches are predicted to rise 6.1 percent annually through 2012 to $7.9 billion.
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