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Boston, MA -- (SBWIRE) -- 07/08/2014 -- In 2013 fruit flavours gained popularity among consumers. Such flavours included watermelon, apple and strawberry. For example, Mentos's 3D brand combines three flavours in one gum, including the combinations of blackberry, kiwi and strawberry, as well as lemon, orange and grapefruit. In addition, Strauss Group Ltd launched a sugar-free gum with flavours of either lemon pie or apple strudel. Such fruit flavours appeal to health conscious consumers by offering a low-calorie dessert alternative, in addition to the lifestyle perception of gums as small treats, not necessarily for breath freshening purposes.
Wrigley Israel Ltd continued to lead the category in 2013 with a share of 56%. It is most associated with the Orbit sugar-free brand. Orbit invests in marketing by advancing a scientific image with explanations of the importance of reducing acidity levels after meals with the slogan "Cavity prevention is a pleasure". Another activity by Wrigley implemented during the review period was sponsoring prime-time TV shows.
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Over the forecast period a continuation of fruit flavours' popularity is expected with the possible entrance of more exotic flavours such as pineapple or lychee, due to exposure of the audience to such flavours when travelling abroad. In addition, sales of multi-packs are expected to continue due to the price sensitivity of consumers alongside the relatively long shelf life of gum products.
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Product coverage: Bubble Gum, Chewing Gum.
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