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  1. 1. 6 MAY 2020 | INSIGHT COVID-19 TRACKER DATA: INDIA – 24-29 APRIL 2020 A monthly update on consumer reactions and attitudes to the COVID-19 pandemic in India. Nidhi Sinha, Head of Content - India Consumer 1 © 2020 Mintel Group Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Confidential to Mintel.
  2. 2. Table of Contents CURRENT SITUATION.......................................................................................................................... 3 HOW PEOPLE ARE REACTING ........................................................................................................... 5 [Graph] India: Fear of contracting infection during the outbreak of COVID-19, March-April 2020 ....6 [Graph] India: Fear of impact on lifestyle due to the outbreak of COVID-19, March-April 2020 .......7 [Graph] India: Changes seen in consumer behaviour due to the outbreak of COVID-19, March- April 2020 .......................................................................................................................................... 8 [Graph] India: Changes seen in consumer behaviour due to the outbreak of COVID-19, 24-29 April 2020 .................................................................................................................................................. 9 [Graph] India: Expectation of financial situation improvement in next three months, April 2020 ....10 [Graph] India: Expectation of financial situation improvement in next three months, by region, 24-29 April 2020.............................................................................................................................. 11 [Graph] India: Comparison of expenditure pattern of consumers before and during the COVID-19 outbreak, 14-20 April 2020.............................................................................................................. 12 [Graph] India: What consumers plan to spend in the next one month, 24-29 April 2020................13 [Graph] India: Which categories consumers plan to spend 'more' in the next one month, by age group, 24-29 April 2020................................................................................................................... 14 [Graph] India: Consumers' biggest current concerns, April 2020....................................................15 [Graph] India: Consumers' biggest current concerns, by region, 24-29 April 2020.........................16 WHAT BRANDS ARE DOING.............................................................................................................. 17 IMPACT ON CONSUMER MINDSET ..................................................................................................20 https://clients.mintel.com/insight/covid-19-tracker-data-india-24-29-april-2020 2 © 2020 Mintel Group Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Confidential to Mintel.
  3. 3. CURRENT SITUATION As of 7 May, the number of confirmed cases in India has crossed 56,000, with over 1,800 casualties. The country is under a seven week lockdown, which started on 25 March. The Government has implemented a phase-wise exit strategy of the lockdown by marking zones as green, orange and red depending on the number of cases in those regions. Green zones have allowed people to gradually step out and companies to resume work, under the guidelines of social distancing. Stand-alone stores across most cities have been allowed to open but under severe restrictions. https://clients.mintel.com/insight/covid-19-tracker-data-india-24-29-april-2020 3 © 2020 Mintel Group Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Confidential to Mintel.
  4. 4. Mintel's perspective As consumers slowly start moving out of the imposed lockdown, it is important to consider changes in consumer mindset, behaviour and values. Although shops and establishments have been allowed to open up, there are still severe restrictions around dining out, travel, entertainment, etc. This is mainly due to the steady rise in cases from certain parts of the country and efforts to contain them. People are entering into a new phase of this crisis – partial movement with restrictions; their choices around hygiene, health and food will continue to evolve. As an impact of the pandemic, consumers fear about employment and cost of living in addition to health and safety. Key pillars driving consumer choices revolve around value, convenience and technology. In the coming weeks, Mintel India will closely follow the impact COVID-19 is currently having on consumer behaviour and sentiment. Short-term impact on consumer behaviour • As supply chains ease out, consumers are less concerned about stockpiling. However, to avoid multiple trips to the stores, consumers continue to purchase groceries in bulk, which is a shift from the traditional method. • Consumers reflect positive sentiments about an improving financial condition, but they are stressed about cost of living and employment. People will continue to be frugal and settle for basics. • Convenience of online shopping continues to appeal to consumers with 42% of consumers shopping more online. As this survey was carried out during the lockdown, online shopping indicates essentials list only. • The digital medium continues to be the saviour for consumers as working from home, live streaming of tutorials, fitness classes, etc become common place. • In an attempt to recreate the restaurant experience and with more time indoors, cooking at home has picked up among consumers. • Consumers continue to be concerned about the health and safety of their families as well as food products. This implies a more 'careful and wary consumer base' who will look for health claims with focus on traditional ingredients, basis their belief on Ayurveda. • Consumers are keen to spend on technology as well as home products as they realise the need to invest in their 'nest'. Base: 500 internet users aged 18+ Source: Dynata/Mintel https://clients.mintel.com/insight/covid-19-tracker-data-india-24-29-april-2020 4 © 2020 Mintel Group Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Confidential to Mintel.
  5. 5. HOW PEOPLE ARE REACTING Consumer reaction to the spread of the virus. https://clients.mintel.com/insight/covid-19-tracker-data-india-24-29-april-2020 5 © 2020 Mintel Group Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Confidential to Mintel.
  6. 6. Risk of infection is fluctuating over time Indian consumers' concern about COVID-19 exposure is constantly wavering: • Wave 1 – 66% of consumers were extremely worried; • Wave 2 – 69% were extremely worried; • Wave 3 – 62% are extremely worried. Overall, 82% are worried about infection, as of 29 April 2020 – lowest so far. %ofrespondents India: Fear of contracting infection during the outbreak of COVID-19, March-April 2020 44 33 77 2020 6666 44 44 77 1616 6969 55 44 99 1919 6262 27-31 March 2020 14-20 April 2020 24-29 April 2020 1 – Not at all worried 2 3 4 5 – Extremely worried 0% 50% 100% Base: 500 internet users aged 18+ Source: Dynata/Mintel; Mintel's Global COVID-19 Tracker https://clients.mintel.com/insight/covid-19-tracker-data-india-24-29-april-2020 6 © 2020 Mintel Group Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Confidential to Mintel.
  7. 7. Fear of outbreak leads to fear for consumers' lifestyles Consumers are concerned about the impact of this outbreak on their lifestyles. Concern has lowered slightly from the last wave: • Wave 1 – 84% of consumers were worried; • Wave 2 – 85% of consumers were worried; • Wave 3 – 82% of consumers are worried. 92% of those aged 35-44 worried about impact while, 19% of 18-34 year olds showed low levels of concern, as per Wave 3. %ofrespondents India: Fear of impact on lifestyle due to the outbreak of COVID-19, March- April 2020 33 33 1010 2828 5656 33 33 99 3535 5050 44 55 99 2929 5353 27-31 March 2020 14-20 April 2020 24-29 April 2020 1 – Not at all worried 2 3 4 5 – Extremely worried 0% 25% 50% 75% Base: 500 internet users aged 18+ Source: Dynata/Mintel; Mintel's Global COVID-19 Tracker https://clients.mintel.com/insight/covid-19-tracker-data-india-24-29-april-2020 7 © 2020 Mintel Group Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Confidential to Mintel.
  8. 8. Consumers' hygiene practices more relaxed, while online shopping rises 61% have used sanitiser more often versus 65% on 20 April 2020. It shows how consumers are slowly moving away from the initial wave of using sanitiser. However, 67% of people are washing hands more often, which indicates people are taking steps for hygiene, but in more familiar ways. Consumers have relaxed their grocery purchase from March as the supply chain eases (47% vs 53% in March). Online shopping continues to be a favourite among consumers (42%). % of respondents India: Changes seen in consumer behaviour due to the outbreak of COVID- 19, March-April 2020 7777 8383 7373 5656 5353 3333 88 11 70706565 4848 6464 6262 5151 4242 4242 27-31 March 2020 14-20 April 2020 24-29 April 2020 Wore a face mask in public Washed hands more often Avoided restaurants/going out to eat Changed holiday plans Changed business travel plans Increased the amount of shopping I do onlineI haven't made any changes as a result of the outbreak 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% Base: 500 internet users aged 18+ Source: Dynata/Mintel; Mintel's Global COVID-19 Tracker https://clients.mintel.com/insight/covid-19-tracker-data-india-24-29-april-2020 8 © 2020 Mintel Group Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Confidential to Mintel.
  9. 9. Consumers aged 35-44 have increased the amount of online shopping (52% vs 31% aged 18-34). As this segment is responsible for household shopping, buying essentials online showcases how they are taking steps to deal with the crisis. This segment is concerned about cleanliness in their houses and 62% have used more disinfectants for their homes. The younger consumers are adapting to the norms of personal hygiene with 72% wearing a mask and 71% using hand sanitiser more often vs 49% consumers aged 35-44. This trend has been seen through the surveys. Interestingly, 50% of consumers aged 18-34 have stocked up on groceries vs 44% people aged 35-44. The increase in online shopping by 48% of consumers aged 45+ indicates how older consumers are adapting to the crisis. % of respondents India: Changes seen in consumer behaviour due to the outbreak of COVID-19, 24-29 April 2020 7272 7676 6565 7171 5555 3636 3131 1010 4949 6262 5353 6262 4444 5252 5858 6161 5252 484877 18-34 35-44 45+ Wore a face mask in public Washed hands more often Avoided restaurants/going out to eat Changed holiday plans Changed business travel plans Increased the amount of shopping I do online 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% Middle aged consumer show high agility to the situation; younger consumers adapt hygiene practices Base: 500 internet users aged 18+ Source: Dynata/Mintel; Mintel's Global COVID-19 Tracker https://clients.mintel.com/insight/covid-19-tracker-data-india-24-29-april-2020 9 © 2020 Mintel Group Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Confidential to Mintel.
  10. 10. Indian consumers show positive sentiment on recovery – but it is dropping • Survey on 29 April shows drop in confidence vs 20 April. • 15% of consumers only a little confident vs 9% of consumers on 20 April. As per the survey on 29 April 2020: • 71% of 35-44 year olds extremely confident of the situation improving; • 26% of 18-34 year olds only a little confident of the situation improving; • 19% of 45+ consumers are not confident about the situation improving. %ofrepondents India: Expectation of financial situation improvement in next three months, April 2020 6161 2121 99 88 22 5757 1313 1515 1010 55 14-20 April 2020 24-29 April 2020 I am very confident that it will I am somewhat confident that it will I am a little bit confident that it will I am not very confident that it will I am not confident at all that it will 0% 50% 100% Base: 500 internet users aged 18+ Source: Dynata/Mintel; Mintel's Global COVID-19 Tracker https://clients.mintel.com/insight/covid-19-tracker-data-india-24-29-april-2020 10 © 2020 Mintel Group Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Confidential to Mintel.
  11. 11. • As per the survey on 29 April, 67% of people in South India are very confident that their financial situation will improve in the next three months. • 18% of people in North India and 13% of people in West India are not very confident of the situation improving. • Positive sentiment for recovery of the financial situation is reflected most by Tier 1 consumers (80% are very confident that the situation will improve vs 49% in Tier 3 cities). • 16% of Metro consumers are not very confident of the situation improving. %ofrespondents India: Expectation of financial situation improvement in next three months, by region, 24-29 April 2020 5252 1414 1010 1818 66 6767 1414 1414 33 22 5656 1313 1818 66 77 5252 1313 1717 1313 66 North South East West I am very confident that it will I am somewhat confident that it will I am a little bit confident that it will I am not very confident that it will I am not confident at all that it will 0% 50% 100% South India reflects most positive sentiment regarding the financial situation Base: 500 internet users aged 18+ Source: Dynata/Mintel; Mintel's Global COVID-19 Tracker https://clients.mintel.com/insight/covid-19-tracker-data-india-24-29-april-2020 11 © 2020 Mintel Group Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Confidential to Mintel.
  12. 12. Consumers spend more on food and technology as they remain housebound • In a survey on 20 April, consumers are spending more on food (59%), technology (45%) and household products (53%) vs before the outbreak. • 56% of consumers spend more on healthcare than before the outbreak. % of respondents India: Comparison of expenditure pattern of consumers before and during the COVID-19 outbreak, 14-20 April 2020 5959 3434 5656 5353 4545 3535 3737 3333 3535 77 2424 77 99 1919 3030 Spent more About the same Spent less Food (in home) Non-alcoholic drinks Healthcare and pharmaceutical products Household care products Technology and communications Home 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% Base: 500 internet users aged 18+ Source: Dynata/Mintel; Mintel's Global COVID-19 Tracker https://clients.mintel.com/insight/covid-19-tracker-data-india-24-29-april-2020 12 © 2020 Mintel Group Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Confidential to Mintel.
  13. 13. Consumers plan to spend more on health and food in the next month In a survey on 29 April, consumers are wanting to spend on the following categories in the next month: • 54% will spend more on Healthcare and pharmaceutical products; • 52% of consumers will spend more on household products; • 46% of people will spend more on food, excluding delivery. Middle aged consumers drive the spending pattern. % of respondents India: What consumers plan to spend in the next one month, 24-29 April 2020 4646 3131 5454 3535 3131 2727 3535 2626 3232 3838 2828 2323 1212 2121 55 88 1717 22 66 99 More About the same Less None Food - excluding takeaways/home delivery Takeaways/home delivery Non-alcoholic drinks Healthcare products Technology and communications Leisure/entertainment Home and garden products 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% Base: 500 internet users aged 18+ Source: Dynata/Mintel; Mintel's Global COVID-19 Tracker https://clients.mintel.com/insight/covid-19-tracker-data-india-24-29-april-2020 13 © 2020 Mintel Group Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Confidential to Mintel.
  14. 14. Consumer spending for the next month indicates shift – young want to spend on home and middle aged on entertainment In the next month, those aged 35-44 want to spend more on leisure/entertainment (43%) vs 29% aged 18-34. 44% want to spend on clothing, while 46% want to spend on non alcoholic drinks. Further, 32% of 35-44 year olds plan to spend more on takeaways/deliveries vs 24% aged 18-24. This indicates that those responsible for the household are looking for a break. Meanwhile, consumers aged 18-34 want to spend more on household care, indicating changing priorities. %of respondents India: Which categories consumers plan to spend 'more' in the next one month, by age group, 24-29 April 2020 3333 2424 2020 5353 2121 5959 2525 3030 2929 26265252 3232 4646 5454 3737 4444 4444 3838 4343 4242 5656 2525 3535 5656 2626 5050 3939 3838 4141 3232 18-34 35-44 45+ Food -excludi… Takeaw ays/ho… N on-alcoholic … H ealthcare pro… Beauty produc… H ousehold car… Clothing and a…Technology a…Leisure/entert…H om e and gar… 0% 60% Base: 500 internet users aged 18+ Source: Dynata/Mintel; Mintel's Global COVID-19 Tracker https://clients.mintel.com/insight/covid-19-tracker-data-india-24-29-april-2020 14 © 2020 Mintel Group Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Confidential to Mintel.
  15. 15. Health and food safety remain Indians' top concerns; followed by high costs • 56% of Indian consumers are most concerned about their own and their family's health on 29 April, a drop from 60% on 20 April. • Safety of food products is next in line with 56% of consumers worrying about it. Middle aged consumers (35-44) are concerned about: • Employment stress (48%) vs 37% aged 25-34; • High living costs (55%) vs 30% of those aged 18-24; and • Family/relationship issues (35%) vs 29% aged 18-24. % of respondents India: Consumers' biggest current concerns, April 2020 6060 5757 4343 4040 3131 3131 4040 3838 14-20 April 2020 24-29 April 2020 My health/my families' health Social welfare Family/relationship issues Stress at work/employment Not being able to get essential supplies for health protection 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% Base: 500 internet users aged 18+ Source: Dynata/Mintel; Mintel's Global COVID-19 Tracker https://clients.mintel.com/insight/covid-19-tracker-data-india-24-29-april-2020 15 © 2020 Mintel Group Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Confidential to Mintel.
  16. 16. Health and food safety remain Indians' top concerns; followed by high costs Metro consumers • They are most worried about high living costs, social welfare and health & safety of self/family; • this is due to the rise in COVID-19 cases across the Metros and lack of adequate infrastructure; • these fears influence the family relationships which is another cause of concern for this group. Low tier • Food safety is a major concern for Tier 3 consumers; • For Tier 1 consumers, stress at work is high. %of respondents India: Consumers' biggest current concerns, by region, 24-29 April 2020 6363 5757 4646 4747 3333 4747 3838 3838 3232 3232 4545 4949 4242 3838 2525 4242 4444 3939 2727 2727 5656 5757 3434 3131 3434 3434 3434 3535 2626 3636 5555 6363 3838 3535 3030 2929 3535 4040 2727 1919 Metro Tier 1 Tier 2 Tier 3 M y health/m y … The safety off…Socialw elfare M isinform atio… Fam ily/relation… H igh living cos… Stressatw ork… Pollution N otbeing able… An intrusion of… 0% 50% 100% Base: 500 internet users aged 18+ Source: Dynata/Mintel; Mintel's Global COVID-19 Tracker https://clients.mintel.com/insight/covid-19-tracker-data-india-24-29-april-2020 16 © 2020 Mintel Group Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Confidential to Mintel.
  17. 17. WHAT BRANDS ARE DOING https://clients.mintel.com/insight/covid-19-tracker-data-india-24-29-april-2020 17 © 2020 Mintel Group Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Confidential to Mintel.
  18. 18. Brands focus on immunity boosting claims using traditional ingredients Wellbeing Nutrition kadha with immunity claims for cough and infection Immunity building drinks with familiar ingredients promoted by Chaayos • Dabur launched its 'immunity boosting' Tulsi drops. • Nourish Organics promotes immunity booster packs based on traditional ingredients. • Nutriorg emphasises importance of Vitamin C from traditional ingredients; to boost the immune system. • ITC B-Natural juices talks about increased immunity for the season from Indian foods rich in Vitamin C. • Poshn markets its natural juices – made from fruits and herbs with immunity boosting claims. Source: Facebook/Chaayos Direct to consumers In view of the supply chain challenges, brand manufacturers like Marico, ITC, GCPL, Mondelez, P&G etc have come up with 'direct- to-consumer' service. These brands are tying up with delivery partners across the country to help provide essentials to consumers. ITC delivers groceries through delivery partner Cadbury Deliveries Source: punjabtribune.com https://clients.mintel.com/insight/covid-19-tracker-data-india-24-29-april-2020 18 © 2020 Mintel Group Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Confidential to Mintel.
  19. 19. Snacking start-ups talk about 'at-home' occasions for consumption Munchilicious Snackibles As consumers are restricted indoors, snacking occasions have reduced. Start-ups in the space of snacking are talking about the importance of regular snacking at home. The brands are using social media to tell people about the importance of taking a break while working from home. These companies are delivering to consumers and have added functional benefits as well as 'clean label' claims. Source: Instagram/munchiliciousin; Instagram/snackible Brands focus on steps taken for safety and hygiene As consumers fear for food safety and people are cautious about what they buy and from where, brands are helping promote their 'safety standards' in order to become a trustworthy name. • Pride of Cows India's first concept of farm-to-home milk sans human touch: Untouched by the human hand throughout the supply chain, the brand is the first of its kind to use temperature-controlled logistics in order to deliver milk to patrons' homes in refrigerated conditions, instantly post milking. • Choose Madhur Sugar it’s untouched by hand: The brand targets mother with an assurance of safety being taken care of during production. • Ford India has launched contact-less sales services. The Dial-A-Ford service will allow a prospective customer to book, test drive or even get delivery of new vehicle to their doorstep. https://clients.mintel.com/insight/covid-19-tracker-data-india-24-29-april-2020 19 © 2020 Mintel Group Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Confidential to Mintel.
  20. 20. IMPACT ON CONSUMER MINDSET https://clients.mintel.com/insight/covid-19-tracker-data-india-24-29-april-2020 20 © 2020 Mintel Group Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Confidential to Mintel.
  21. 21. Home cooking gains importance – supported by brands and social media • Social media posts are rife with celebrity chefs offering easy to follow recipes. • Food bloggers teach recipes for familiar dishes with basic ingredients, available at home. • Nutritionists use social media to talk to consumers about healthy cooking recipes and meal plans. • Nestlé launched its app which helps tailor meal plans for kids as per their dietary requirements. ITC hotels offer chef specials through Instagram 21 recipes for the lockdown by celebrity chef and Kellogg's Source: YouTube/Kellogg's India Ministry of AYUSH recommends self-care guidelines based on Ayurveda As COVID-19 spreads in India, Indians turn to Ayurveda • Knowledge and familiarity of traditional medicinal approaches helps Indian consumers to trust Ayurvedic products. • Panic buying in stores were across essential groceries and also immunity-boosting products such as honey and Ayurvedic medicines. • As consumers turn to Ayurvedic products to boost immunity, the sale of Chyawanprash, an Ayurvedic immunity boosting supplement, surged by 30-40%. Source: Press Information Bureau, Government of India https://clients.mintel.com/insight/covid-19-tracker-data-india-24-29-april-2020 21 © 2020 Mintel Group Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Confidential to Mintel.
  22. 22. Online engagement for high-end purchases gains relevance Caratlane A spike in digital campaigns on different platforms, social media messaging as well as 'virtual purchases' are gaining traction. Online marketing of jewelry by brands like Tanishq witnessed a spike during the festival of gold 'AkshayTritya'. These brands encouraged consumers to make 'sentiment purchases' on the occasion with a commitment to the actual product being delivered after the lockdown. The platform witnessed 1+million visitors/browsers on their website, indicating a lot of consumer interest. This huge traffic on the websites indicate willingness of consumers to explore the digital medium even for premium products. Source: Business Standard Long-term impact on consumer behaviour Hygiene and health • Hygiene will remain the hero. • Health will take priority for consumers. • Clean label and natural ingredients will continue to be important. Convenience at affordable costs • Digital media will continue to be a mainstay of consumer lifestyles. • Enhanced delivery options with assurance of quality will be sought after. • Consumers will look for omni-channel touchpoints for fitness, hobbies and entertainment to make it part of their routine. Affinity towards heritage and community • Consumers will lean to traditional practices like cooking at home, spending time with family. • Community living will gain importance as people in crisis look to rely on each other. • Affinity towards traditional foods focused on health and immunity will become important. Key areas to witness shift in consumer preferences https://clients.mintel.com/insight/covid-19-tracker-data-india-24-29-april-2020 22 © 2020 Mintel Group Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Confidential to Mintel.
  23. 23. Identity – Affordability With consumers facing financial crisis, the need for affordability across categories will be essential. With people going more frugal, brands need to offer value-for-money proposition to resonate with evolving choices. Value – Convenience One of the key areas to be impacted due to the crisis is eating and food delivery. This has led to people who were non-cooks to enter the kitchen. In turn, this will impact how people look at cooking their meals at home, regularly. Wellbeing – Physical and mental The health wave, which has been the focus for consumers and brands, will become quintessential as everyone takes health and wellness seriously. Focus on overall health, including mental wellbeing, as consumers face tough times ahead. Technology – Communication With consumers relying on their smartphones for connectivity, entertainment and shopping during the lockdown, the digital world will become the mainstay for consumers across age groups and demographics. Meet the expert Nidhi Sinha Head of Content - India Consumer Nidhi has extensive experience with the India CPG industry having worked for the India and global markets. A feel for data and consumer preferences helps her draw insights. She leads Mintel's team to understand the Indian consumer. Read more by this expert | Get in touch https://clients.mintel.com/insight/covid-19-tracker-data-india-24-29-april-2020 23 © 2020 Mintel Group Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Confidential to Mintel.
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