YouGov FMCG/ CPG Rankings 2021 Thailand

YouGov FMCG/ CPG Rankings 2021 Thailand

Marking the first in our annual FMCG/CPG Rankings series, YouGov’s FMCG/CPG Rankings 2021 reveals the top ranked consumer brands within the sector. The Rankings are based on Index score from YouGov BrandIndex, which is a measure of overall brand health calculated by taking the average of Impression, Quality, Value, Satisfaction, Recommend and Reputation over a period of 12 months.

In Thailand, FMCG/CPG brand Nive leads the Personal Care list this year with a score of 42.0. In Packaged Foods category, Mama came in first with a score of 44.0.

YouGov FMCG/CPG Rankings 2021 in Thailand: Personal Care

In Thailand, FMCG/CPG brand Nivea leads the Personal Care list this year with a score of 42.0. Vaseline came in second with a score of 39.6. In third and fourth position were Dettol and Colgate (Toothpaste) respectively scoring 33.6 and 33.2. Rounding out the top five Sunsilk scored 31.6.

YOUGOV FMCG/CPG RANKINGS 2021 IN THAILAND: PERSONAL CARE
Rank Brand Name Score
1 Nivea 42.0
2 Vaseline 39.6
3 Dettol 33.6
4 Colgate (Toothpaste) 33.2
5 Sunsilk 31.6
6 Protex 30.6
7 Smooth-E 30.3
8 Garnier 29.3
9 LUX 28.9
10 Care 28.7
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Chart shows the brands with the highest average Index score between August 1st, 2020 to July 31st, 2021

YouGov FMCG/CPG Top Improvers 2021 in Thailand: Personal Care

In the Personal Care category, Tylenol came up on top in the most improved FMCG/ CPG brand list, with a rise of +12.5 points, ahead of Parrot (up +11.8 points) and Dettol (which has improved by +5.4 points). The fourth and fifth position were Clean and Clear (+4.9 points) and Tiffy (+4.5 points).

YOUGOV FMCG/CPG TOP IMPROVERS 2021 IN THAILAND: PERSONAL CARE
Rank Brand Name 2021 Score 2020 Score Change in Score
1 Tylenol 20.1 7.6 12.5
2 Parrot 22.2 10.4 11.8
3 Dettol 33.6 28.2 5.4
4 Clean and Clear 18.0 13.2 4.9
5 Tiffy 18.3 13.8 4.5
6 Sara 15.2 11.8 3.5
7 Be Nice 16.3 13.8 2.5
8 D-nee 15.9 13.5 2.3
9 Rojukiss 9.9 7.7 2.2
10 Nivea 42.0 39.7 2.2
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Scores show average data from August 1st 2020 to July 31st 2021, compared to August 1st 2019 to July 31st 2020.

YouGov FMCG/CPG Rankings 2021 in Thailand: Packaged Food

Mama leads the Thailand's Packaged Food list this year with a score of 44.0. Ovaltine came in second with a score of 41.2. In third and fourth position were Lay's and CP respectively scoring 37.6 and 37.3. Rounding out the top five Milo scored 36.5.   

YOUGOV FMCG/CPG RANKINGS 2021 IN THAILAND: PACKAGED FOOD
Rank Brand Name Score
1 Mama 44.0
2 Ovaltine 41.2
3 Lay's 37.6
4 CP 37.3
5 Milo 36.5
6 Nestlé 35.7
7 Foremost 31.3
8 Wai Wai 30.9
9 YumYum 30.2
10 Bear Brand 30.1
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Chart shows the brands with the highest average Index score between August 1st, 2020 to July 31st, 2021

YouGov FMCG/CPG Top Improvers 2021 in Thailand: Packaged Food

In the Packaged Food category, Dutchmill came up on top in the most improved FMCG/ CPG brand list, with a rise of +16.9 points, ahead of Quick (up +4.5 points) and Tivoli (which has improved by +4.0 points). The fourth and fifth position were FF (+2.0 points) and Walkers (+1.9 points).

YOUGOV FMCG/CPG TOP IMPROVERS 2021 IN THAILAND: PACKAGED FOOD
Rank Brand Name 2021 Score 2020 Score Change in Score
1 Dutchmill 28.1 11.2 16.9
2 Quick 16.6 12.1 4.5
3 Tivoli 12.9 8.9 4.0
4 FF 8.1 6.1 2.0
5 Walkers 5.6 3.7 1.9
6 Jack 'n Jill 10.3 8.5 1.9
7 Eskimo 8.7 7.1 1.6
8 Enfapro 11.5 9.9 1.6
9 Toppo 5.8 4.3 1.5
10 Doritos 8.7 7.3 1.4
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Scores show average data from August 1st 2020 to July 31st 2021, compared to August 1st 2019 to July 31st 2020.

The rankings data is drawn from our daily brand tracking tool BrandIndex, which continuously measures the public’s perception of brands within the FMCG/CPG sector around the globe. Want to know more? To see your brand’s Index ranking please click here and one of our experts will be in touch.

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Methodology:  

The brands in YouGov FMCG/CPG Rankings were ranked based on their Index score, which is a measure of overall brand health calculated by taking the average of Impression, Quality, Value, Satisfaction, Recommend and Reputation over a period of 12 months.  

The rankings chart shows the brands with the highest average Index score between August 1st 2020 to July 31st 2021. The improver chart ranks the brands with the highest increase in Index, comparing scores from the previous 12-month period. To be included in the improver list, the variance must be positive. The scores are representative of the general population of adults 18+ (some are online representative).

All scores listed have been rounded to a single decimal place; however, we have used additional precision to assign ranks. All brands have been tracked for at least 6 months to be included in the rankings and at least 18 months to be included in the improver rankings (as well as being currently tracked).