by Corinne Gangloff
December 11, 2020
Through 2024, demand for stand-up pouches is expected to 6% annually, according to a new Freedonia Group analysis. Rapid expansion is expected in nearly all major food and nonfood markets, as stand-up pouches continue to take market share away from rigid packaging and other types of flexible packaging based on their:
Stand-up pouches – particularly spouted and inverted types – are gaining a wider presence among retail sauces and condiments, with a number of introductions by major brands in recent years. Condiments such as mayonnaise, honey, peanut butter, barbecue sauce, and guacamole spreads, for example, are increasingly packaged in inverted pouches such as Glenroy’s STANDCAP pouch.
Nonfood markets will also see fast increases in stand-up pouch use, particularly in applications that benefit from the use of spouted types. Growth opportunities exist in refill pouches for hand soaps and other cleaning and personal care products, motor oils, and topical and liquid pharmaceuticals.
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Stand-Up Pouches is now available from The Freedonia Group. This study provides historical data (2009, 2014, and 2019) and forecasts for 2024 for stand-up pouch demand (including merchant and captive production) in current dollars (including inflation) by product type and market and in units.
Product segments covered include round-bottom/Doyen, K-seal, corner-bottom, flat-bottom and other types employed in food, beverage, and nonfood applications. Also discussed are stand-up pouch performance and/or physical characteristics such as:
Food market segments for stand-up pouches include:
Nonfood market segments include:
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