Original article by Roy Morgan
Market Research Update – Page: Online : 11-Jun-19
A Roy Morgan Single Source survey shows that 45.5% of Australians aged 14+ ate natural or plain yoghurt in an average four weeks in the year to March 2019 (up 2.7ppts from four years ago). Some 42.4% of Australians ate flavoured or fruit yoghurt in the year to March (down 6.6ppts compared with four years ago). The survey also shows that the proportion of Australians eating flavoured or fruit yoghurt daily and weekly has fallen by 3.3ppts and 3.1ppts respectively from four years ago, while daily consumption of natural or plain yoghurt has risen by 1.8ppts and weekly consumption is up 1.7ppts. Meanwhile, 49.4% of women eat natural or plain yoghurt in an average four weeks (up 0.7ppts from four years ago) compared to just 41.3% of men (up 4.7ppts), while 45.7% of women eat flavoured or fruit yoghurt in an average four weeks (down 9.8ppts from four years ago) compared to 39% of men (down 3.4ppts).
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