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The Most-Chosen Global Health & Beauty Brand

May 3, 2013

Check out Kantar Worldpanel’s global ranking.

According a new ranking of the most chosen global FMCG brands launched by Kantar Worldpanel, Colgate reaches more than half of the global population (65% penetration) with its oral care products.
 
Kantar Worldpanel's new Brand Footprint Ranking reveals the strength of brands in 32 countries around the world, across the food, beverage, health and beauty and homecare sectors. It uses a new metric called Consumer Reach Points which measures  how many households around the world are buying a brand (its penetration) and how often (the number of times shoppers acquire the brand). This unique calculation of penetration and frequency helps FMCG manufacturers to clearly understand their global reach in terms of actual basket reach and provides a vital guide on which regions present the biggest opportunities.
 
Dove, one of the top risers in ranking, and No. 10 in the global ranking, grew its Consumer Reach Points by 18% to reach more than 1.1 billion Households. Head & Shoulders was another top riser in this global FMCG ranking. 
 
Coca-Cola leads Kantar Worldpanel’s Brand Footprint ranking as the world’s most chosen brand, being chosen 5.3 billion times a year. The beverages drink manufacturer reaches its number one spot by combining a high penetration of 44% with the highest global frequency of purchase (15 times per year on average) meaning that it is chosen a total of 5.3 billion times a year. 
 

The strongest global brands in the ranking have demonstrated their ability to understand and respond to local needs and reach the most remote consumers in rural areas of emerging markets by building larger distribution networks. However all of the brands still have plenty of room to recruit more shoppers in new geographies, new targets, new segments or on new occasions, said Kantar.
 
The top 10 global health and beauty brands revealed by the Kantar Worldpanel Brand Footprint study are:
 
1. Colgate (Colgate-Palmolive)
2. Lifebuoy (Unilever)
3. Pantene (P&G)
4. Dove (Unilever)
5. Lux (Unilever)
6. Palmolive (Colgate-Palmolive)
7. Sunsilk (Unilever)
8. Pepsodent (Unilever)
9. Head & Shoudlers (P&G)
10. Safeguard (P&G)

According to Kantar, 13 global brands are chosen by consumers more than one billion times a year: Coca Cola, Colgate, Nescafe, Pepsi, Lifebuoy, Maggi, Pantene, Knorr, Lay’s, Dove, Lux, Palmolive and Tide.

 “Now brands demand more in-depth analysis of their current basket reach compared to their competitors and opportunities for growth around the world,” said Josep Montserrat, global CEO of Kantar Worldpanel. “The Brand Footprint report provides this.  As the pressure to maintain and increase growth intensifies for FMCG manufacturers, brand consumer base expansion and significant increase of loyalty is more critical than ever.  Consumer Reach Points reveals which brands are already achieving global success and provides insight that will help other FMCG brands with international ambitions to set global targets more accurately and improve their global business growth.”
 
More info: www.kantarworldpanel.com/brandfootprint
 
 
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