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Food, Drink & Consumer Goods

Food, Drink & Consumer Goods

KPMG’s global Food, Drink and Consumer Goods practice is a network of experienced professionals based in member firms around the world.

KPMG’s global Food, Drink and Consumer Goods practice is a network of experienced...

Food Drink and Consumer Goods (FDCG) companies have stood strong against trends changing the industry. But keeping up with today’s consumer demand while meeting the pace of disruptive technology and expanding into new markets can require innovation.

At KPMG it is important to us to work with our clients to develop strategic steps for successful business transformations. We work with you to adapt and capitalize on the trends being set by today's rapidly changing environment.

With deep industry experience, insight and technical support, our qualified FDCG professionals are among the leaders in delivering a broad range of audit, tax and advisory services to meet the unique needs of consumer companies. 

Our Advisory propositions revolve around four core themes:

  • Transformation in response to the more informed, conscious and connected generation of consumers
  • Leveraging technology to improve operations and business models while addressing the threats and opportunities it can also present 
  • Growth and profitability in emerging markets
  • Driving effective strategy across the industry to support corporate social responsibility and sustainable business practices

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The future belongs to the new customer

Customer experience is the new battleground. Many companies lack the agile, responsive supply chains to match their growth ambitions. ‘New consumers’ are connected, informed and empowered and continually demand more choice of product, greater flexibility in delivery options and faster service.

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Unlocking the potential of pricing

While our previous report, The 10% Profit Opportunity, described the potential prize, Unlocking the Potential of Pricing seeks to identify the organisational, behavioural and psychological barriers that are preventing companies from improving the effectiveness of their pricing and suggests how they can be overcome.


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