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Baby Food in Belgium 2015

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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

Baby Food in Austria 2015

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The Austrian market already has a relatively high per capita consumption rate; sales have been buoyant over the period as a whole, encouraged by a higher number of births in the last three years, by price competition at the start of the period, and by product innovation.

11-16 2015   Pages: 93

Baby Nutrition Insights – Issue 25

US$ 700

– A strong increase in infant formula sales (+23.2%) and a 2.6% increase in other prepared baby foods saw commercially prepared baby foods increase their share of total food expenditure to 39.0%, up from 34.3% in 2013, although still well below the 47.8% peak in 2011.

11-12 2015   Pages: 45

Global Baby Food Market is Estimated to Garner A Revenue of $72.7 Billion by 2020

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Global Baby food market is estimated to garner a revenue of $72.7 billion by 2020, registering a CAGR of 6.4 % during 2015 – 2020. Milk formula stands out as the largest segment, primarily fueled by the growing awareness towards baby nutrition and a decrease in breast feeding among the working women population.

11-08 2015   Pages: 0

Baby Food Market – Opportunities and Forecasts, 2014 -2020

US$ 4515

Traditionally, babies are fed with soft home cooked food, a practice that is still popular in underdeveloped and developing countries. However, growing urbanization and changing lifestyles have increased the demand for packaged baby foods in different societies and cultures.

11-08 2015   Pages: 100

Baby Food in Italy

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The Italian market for baby food has experienced difficulties over the past few years, as the effects of the economic crisis have made themselves felt in reduced consumer spending and a trend towards lower-priced products or the substitution of home-made products for commercially prepared baby food.

10-28 2015   Pages: 102

Market Focus: Trends and Developments in the Savory Snacks Sector in the Colombia

US$ 1280

“• The Colombian Savory Snacks market is growing steadily, supported by improving economic conditions

• Potato Chips and Processed Snacks are the leading Savory Snacks categories in value terms

09-15 2015   Pages: 47

Baby Food Ukraine

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“• Market value reached Hrn 2.01 billion in 2013 (US$ 247.2 million), representing a doubling of value in current price terms since 2007, but up only 20.2% in real terms.

09-15 2015   Pages: 156

Baby Food Slovakia

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• The market is valued at €31 million in 2013, equivalent to US$ 41.2 million.
• In value terms, however, meals and juices rank second with a 38.1% share, placing the sector behind baby milks, which represented 42.9% of market value.

09-15 2015   Pages: 117

Baby Food Russia

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“• In 2013, the market for baby food in Russia amounted to 172,005 tonnes, consumption having risen by 75% since 2007.
• In 2013 the value of baby food sales reached Rb 78.3 billion, three times the 2007 level.

09-15 2015   Pages: 227
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