Israel’s organic and natural sector became established due to its successful export business, but the focus is now shifting to domestic sales
Israel’s booming natural and organic cosmetics sector has grown largely because of its focus on scoring international sales, and manufacturers have in the past shown less interest in increasing the local market base. But this strategy has seen some significant change of late.
“A prominent example is Ahava,” says an analyst for market research company Euromonitor, “a cosmetic brand known for using Dead Sea minerals and mud in its products. Even in Israel, its stores target tourists rather than locals.” Other companies that are “more internationally-oriented include . . .
This is a small extract of the full article which is available ONLY to premium content subscribers. Subscribers sign-in (top right) to read the article.
Subscribe now to premium content on Cosmetics Business