10 Best Selling Consumer Products in Canada

Canada is an exciting country with lots of market,  but what are the best selling consumer products in Canada? Insider Monkey has recently published an interesting article about this topic. Nowadays we live in a consuming society, so we buy more and more things, even if we don’t really need them.

We can buy the products personally, but instead we usually choose to do the shopping on the internet. As for me, I much prefer shopping on the internet. Not everything, because I usually buy the groceries and other food in the shop. When we speak about best selling articles, we need to check the certain country. For example what Pakistani people love and buy – the other part of world does not necessarily sell well.

Now without a further ado let’s see what Insider Monkey has investigated for us. We have picked three  best selling consumer products from their list.

The first product is Baby Products. There has been a 2%  increase in the baby and child-specific products which is mostly due to the population growth, and this trend is expected to continue in the future. A slight unit price rise is also one of the factors that contribute to this growth. The second one is Eyewear. It’s absolutely not surprising because the number of people with eyewear is constantly growing. According to the research, the eyewear market maintains a steady growth in 2017 with boosting sales caused by vision problems. These problems apply to different age groups, from children to adults and seniors, leading the sales of contact lenses and spectacles to grow about 5% last year. There has also been a strong demand for higher quality eyewear products, and this demand is linked to the value growth in eyewear. For the third product let’s see something tasty: Cider/Perry. It seems as if alcoholic drinks somehow dominate the list of 10 best-selling consumer products in Canada. Cider is a very popular drink in this country, and it is predicted that sales will continue to grow rapidly in the next several years. It is estimated that it will reach 87 million liters by the year of 2021. There seems to be an increasing interest in cider, and as there is room for further growth.

For any further useful information, read Insider Monkey’s article about 10 best selling consumer products in Canada

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