Baby Food in Indonesia 2015

US$ 3275

The market for baby food in Indonesia remains extremely underdeveloped despite the large potential size of the market with the third largest number of births in Asia as for 2015. Outside the main cities, the population is relatively poor, often living in primitive conditions and geographically scattered throughout more than 17,000 islands.

01-11 2016   Pages: 89

Baby Food in Finland 2015

US$ 3275

The market for commercially produced baby food in Finland is well established and per capita consumption levels are among the highest in the world. The most important criteria for parents choosing baby food are reliability and safety.

01-11 2016   Pages: 70

Baby Food in the USA 2015

US$ 3275

– The share of milks has declined over the last six years, as consumption has fallen and prices remained more or less stable in real terms, due to the swing towards toddler milks, with typically lower unit prices than first stage milks.

01-11 2016   Pages: 109

Baby Food in South Korea 2015

US$ 3275

Consumer behaviour in South Korea has changed over the past two decades as the country’s wealth and status has grown. The country is also becoming more middle class. As affluence has become more widespread, it has produced strong demand for sophisticated quality goods and imported foods, especially as domestic production has declined.

12-23 2015   Pages: 104

Global Baby daily Necessities Industry 2015 Market Research Report

US$ 2850

“2015 Global Baby daily Necessities Industry Report is a professional and in-depth research report on the world’s major regional market conditions of the Baby daily Necessities industry, focusing on the main regions (North America, Europe and Asia) and the main countries (United States, Germany, Japan and China).

12-08 2015   Pages: 166

Baby Food in Sweden; 2015

US$ 3275

The Swedish baby food market has continued to be more buoyant than most European markets. This is due mainly to an upward trend in the number of births and to a relatively favorable economic climate.

12-06 2015   Pages: 91

Baby Food in Netherlands; 2015

US$ 3275

Since then, however, sales have declined in both volume and value, as the market has been adversely affected not only by the poor economic climate for much of the period, but also by lower numbers of annual births since 2009.

12-06 2015   Pages: 94

Baby Food in Germany; 2015

US$ 3275

There are a number of influences currently shaping the baby food market in Germany which are likely to continue over the next few years. Ready-to-eat products are expected to comprise one of the few growth areas in the baby food market in the face of a falling birth rate.

12-06 2015   Pages: 118

Success Case Study: Giving Baby Care – Winning safety-conscious parents with “natural” credentials

US$ 400

A new baby care brand in China has built itself an image of quality and trustworthiness by offering products specifically formulated for the target consumer, resulting in an impressive gain in market share.

11-17 2015   Pages: 19

Baby Food in Belgium 2015

US$ 3275

The prospects for the Belgium market are looking rather brighter than over the past seven years. Although the number of births is expected to decline, the decrease is likely to be gentle, and to be compensated for by growth in real GDP, which, though also at a low level, is likely to be consistent and lead to a slightly more positive consumer market.

11-16 2015   Pages: 91
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