Global retail disposable hygiene market to reach US$129B by 2026 from US$112B in 2021; Asia Pacific region contributes to over 40% of global retail sales, driven by evolving hygiene standards, increased purchasing power, innovation and availability: study

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April 25, 2022 (press release) –

The global retail disposable hygiene market was valued at $112 billion in 2021 and is expected to reach $129 billion by 2026. Asia Pacific contributes more than 40% to the global retail sales. Evolving hygiene standards, growing consumer awareness, increasing purchasing power, innovation, and improved product availability support positive sales performance in the region. 

Within the Asia Pacific region, China and Southeast Asia (SEA) collectively account for more than 70% of sales, with China accounting for the lion's share. In 2021, China represented $28 billion in retail sales while SEA accounted for $6 billion, with Indonesia and Vietnam as the engines of growth in SEA.  

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