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  1. Baby Food in Malaysia

    By: Canadean
    , Published: Jan-2017
    , Product code: BF168MR
    In Malaysia, the sales of baby food have increased annually in terms of both volume and value except in 2012. The total volume sold in 2016 was 12% higher than in 2010 and value in 2016 was 96.5% higher than in 2010, equivalent to an increase of 71% at constant 2010 prices. Malaysia’s strong economic performance has made commercial baby food accessible to an increasing number of parents. The rising number of births has further stimulated sales. The market is dominated by baby milks, which account for 90% of retail sales. Cereals represented 6.4%, Wet meals accounted for just 1.2% of market value. Other baby food, now consisting of rusks and snacks, took 2.6% of market value.
    $3,275.00

  2. Baby Food in Tunisia

    By: Canadean
    , Published: Dec-2016
    , Product code: BF166MR
    The Tunisian baby food market has seen growth both in volume and value terms. Volume sales have grown by 36% since 2009, while value sales have more than doubled. Economic growth, a rise in number of births, higher household incomes, growth of Western-style supermarkets and consequent better availability of products has encouraged sales of baby food. Baby milks account for around two-thirds of value sales, cereals accounted for 27.4% and meals account for only 5.9% of value sales. The consumption of baby food is expected to rise by 15%, while retail value is forecasted to expand by 53%.
    $3,275.00

  3. Baby Food in Morocco

    By: Canadean
    , Published: Dec-2016
    , Product code: BF164MR
    The market for baby food in Morocco has been boosted by a relatively stable and growing economy, although a large proportion of the population continues to live on low incomes and is unable to afford commercial baby food. Sales therefore occur principally in the large cities. Since 2009, the market has expanded by 39.4% in volume terms, boosted by demand from Morocco's growing middle class who have the disposable income to buy baby food and have more opportunities to buy it as the supermarket sector and the economy in general have expanded. Stronger growth has been prevented by a gradual decline in the number of live births. The market is forecast to grow by a further 24.3% over the next six years.
    $3,275.00

  4. Baby Food in Saudi Arabia

    By: Canadean
    , Published: Nov-2016
    , Product code: BF165MR
    In Saudi Arabia, the overall growth of baby food market was strong between 2009–2015. A healthy economy, rise in number of live births, encouragement of government to use supplementary foods like cereals, increase in working women fuelled up the growth by making an attractive market for manufacturers. In 2015, milk accounted for the majority of sales: 77.4% of value and 71.1% of volume; cereals have lost some ground, and by 2015 accounted for 23.2% of volume sales; wet meals and other baby food account for less than 5% of market value. The strong economy, exposure to western lifestyles, retail developments and positive consumer attitudes towards baby food will encourage the baby food market to grow in the future.
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  5. Baby Food in Indonesia

    By: Canadean
    , Published: Nov-2016
    , Product code: BF183MR
    The market for baby food in Indonesia remains extremely underdeveloped despite the large potential consumer base. The number of live births has been falling: a drop of 10% has occurred between 2006 and 2016. The birth rate has also been declining consistently. Despite some progress, Indonesia’s economy is less developed than that of most other Southeast Asian countries, and poverty levels are still high. Over the next six years, the market for baby food in Indonesia is forecast to grow by 57.5% in value. Volume growth is likely to be quite restrained, given the continuing decline in births and the move towards breastfeeding, with consumption expected to increase by 5.7% by 2022.
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  6. Baby Food in Japan

    By: Canadean
    , Published: Nov-2016
    , Product code: BF174MR
    The Japanese baby food market continued to be plagued. In total, the market saw decline of 7.4% in value terms since 2009, a result of deflation, steep decline in number of births, decline in consumption of milks being the most expensive product group in the market. Total volume sales have remained more or less stable throughout the period. In 2015, they stood 1.9% higher than in 2009. Milks took 65% and meals and others took 35% of the market by value in 2015. Against the backdrop of a continuing fall in the number of births, retail sales are not expected to show much growth in real terms between 2015 and 2021.
    $3,275.00

  7. Baby Nutrition Insights - Issue 29

    By: Canadean
    , Published: Nov-2016
    , Product code: BF192MR
    This quarterly issue provides a review of news and analysis for the infant nutrition industry, covering the July–September 2016 period. Market News includes: the Brazilian health ministry has launched a campaign to boost breastfeeding; import tariffs have made baby milk in Ecuador more expensive than elsewhere in South America; in Mexico Aspen has gained a contract to supply infant formula to the social security institute; (Hero) rolls out Beech-Nut Organic Coldpurée in the US; a2 Platinum is Australia’s fastest-growing formula brand; sales of infant formula in China are growing in the B2C online and baby store channels, but declining in the C2C online channel and the modern retail trade. In Company News, this issue provides financial results for multinational and local players, reports on production expansion in the infant formula sector, and an insight into new joint ventures and partnerships, as well as merger and acquisition activity.
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  8. Baby Food in Ukraine

    By: Canadean
    , Published: Nov-2016
    , Product code: BF156MR
    Ukraine’s baby food market has been characterized by growth in times of economic and political stability, interrupted periodically by sharp falls as the country is hit by economic shocks. The market continued to grow in 2014, but in 2015 underwent a 16% drop. A 7.5% fall in the number of births in 2014 was followed by an even stronger reduction of 11.6% in 2015. Rapidly rising inflation has pushed up the value of the market, a rise of 133%, but in real terms the increase is much lower, at 18%, with prices falling in real terms. Ukraine’s economy began to recover in the first half of 2016, and the country is expected to achieve a 1.2% increase in GDP for the year as a whole.
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  9. Baby Food Global Group of Eight (G8) Industry Guide_2016

    By: MarketLine
    , Published: Oct-2016
    , Product code: MLIG16049-02
    The G8 Baby Food industry profile provides top-line qualitative and quantitative summary information including: market share, market size (value and volume 2011-15, and forecast to 2020). The profile also contains descriptions of the leading players including key financial metrics and analysis of competitive pressures within the market.
    $1,495.00

  10. Baby Food Top 5 Emerging Markets Industry Guide_2016

    By: MarketLine
    , Published: Oct-2016
    , Product code: MLIG16049-05
    The Emerging 5 Baby Food industry profile provides top-line qualitative and quantitative summary information including: market share, market size (value and volume 2011-15, and forecast to 2020). The profile also contains descriptions of the leading players including key financial metrics and analysis of competitive pressures within the market.
    $995.00

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