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Millennials Are Canning Soup Cans - Howard Davidson Arlington MA

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  • 1. Millennials Are Canning Soup Cans by Howard Davidson, Arlington, MA Slide By :- Howard Davidson Arlington MA
  • 2. Millennials Are Canning Soup Cans According to one carton manufacturer, Millennials are canning soup. Andy Warhol’s famous Campbell’s Soup cans may find themselves extinct in a few decades. This is because Millennials overwhelmingly prefer boxed cartons over cans, according to Tetra Pak, one of the world’s leading carton manufacturers. Slide By :- Howard Davidson Arlington MA
  • 3. The study pinpoints several reasons as to why millennials are so partial to cartons over cans. The biggest one was health, both personal and environmental. According to the report, “Millennials view taking care of themselves and the environment as one and the same” – which would lead them to prefer cartons which are made of renewable resources and have a 70% smaller carbon footprint. There’s also mention of taste. I’m sure this is difficult to verify, but it seems reasonable that cartons are able to protect taste and include higher quality ingredients than an aluminum can could. Last but not least, there’s the convenience factor: nearly half of Millennial survey respondents said that being able to easily save the unused portion of their product was the primary reason they preferred cartons over cans. Slide By :- Howard Davidson Arlington MA
  • 4. Tetra Pak’s study suggests that this trend will intensify in coming years, as the massive Millennial generation overtakes the Baby Boomers and becomes the largest single age demographic in the world. The study also claims that carton-based soups are leading a rise in soup sales for consumers aged 25 and under (soup sales have been steadily declining in this category for the past ten years). If Tetra Pak’s analysis is accurate, then aluminum soup cans might be headed the way of chewing gum, which has also suffered from the scorn of the millennial set in recent years. Slide By :- Howard Davidson Arlington MA