Packaged Food Industry
Demand for packaged food products in the Asia is growing fast, particularly in Mainland China.
Yet, so are the challenges and the need to adapt to change. How to address these challenges and secure the future of your company? We’ve helped many companies find new opportunities and solutions to the problems they face, resulting in renewed growth and improvement.
Read the latest information and data on key sectors in Mainland China, Taiwan, Hong Kong & Macau, Singapore, and Malaysia's respective beverage industries.
What We Do
Mersol & Luo works with packaged food companies from around the world to:
Adapt market strategy
As local consumer preferences shift, regulations change and competition increases, companies need to adapt their strategy for a changing business environment. We provide packaged food companies with strategic advice to help them cope with change, leveraging our market expertise and experience, and latest analytics and tools.
Anticipate consumer trends
Consumer behavior and preferences are continually changing. Packaged foods companies that fail to anticipate and adapt to these changes and trends risk falling behind. Mersol & Luo delivers up-to-date forecasting, analysis, and advice to companies, taking advantage of the latest data, analytics, and tools.
Risks in the packaged foods industry take many forms, ranging from new regulations on sugar content to input costs and reputation. We help companies understand the risks they face, the value of these risks, and how to take steps to minimize their exposure and turn others into opportunities.
Increase brand equity
A company’s brand is one of their most valuable assets. By advising companies on how to improve their brand and how it’s communicated, we help them protect and increase the value of their brand for stakeholders and customers.
Our clients include packaged foods companies in the following product sectors:
Improved risk monitoring and management lead to lower risk exposure, higher resilience
Dairy Co. approached Mersol & Luo because it was concerned about how recent and upcoming regulatory changes would affect its business. They were unsure of how to evaluate the risk to their company and how to prepare their company for these changes.