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Baby Food in Chile

Baby food in Chile is growing fast. During 2013 its growth reached 6% in volume and 10% in value terms. Those growth figures are supported and underpinned by positive economic performance in the country, and its effect on consumer income, which is ...

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Baby Food in Tunisia

The increase in urbanisation and working parents does not affect the category significantly because many parents still prefer home-made baby food, which usually consists of boiled vegetables and fruits. In fact, many working mothers are making extra ...

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Baby Food in Turkey

According to Euromonitor International estimates, there were 4.8 million children aged 0-3 in Turkey in 2012. This number is expected to decrease slightly in 2013, however, considering the low and declining birth rates in Western Europe, Turkey ...

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Baby Food in Argentina

In an unprecedented event, Mead Johnson, Nestlé Argentina and Nutricia Bagó founded the Asociación de Empresas de Nutrición Infantil (Child Nutrition Company Association), in late 2012 with the aim of promoting adequate child nutrition during the ...

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Baby Food in Uruguay

In 2013 a new breastfeeding campaign has started, this time with the special support of the WHO and UNICEF. The campaign includes frequent TV advertisements in which a popular Uruguayan actress, recently a new mother, is breastfeeding her baby. The ...

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Baby Food in Portugal

Baby food has suffered during the difficult economic climate of 2013. The decreased purchasing power of Portuguese consumers corresponds to a further decline of this category, which was already suffering from the falling birth rate within the ...

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Baby Food in India

As parents became more aware of the importance of proper and balanced nutrition for babies, they started to depend on branded baby food. The preference for baby food was driven further as doctors continued to recommend baby food and claimed that baby...

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Baby Food in Switzerland

A clear trend towards organic baby food products was seen in Switzerland during the review period as more consumers perceived them to be healthier and as offering greater benefits to their children. With increased time constraints, many parents ...

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Baby Food in France

Three main factors continue to impede baby food sales in 2013: A lower birth rate, prolonged/more frequent breastfeeding patterns among mothers and a general preference for homemade alternatives. The declining birth rate is somehow correlated to the ...

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Baby Food in Germany

Compared with the general decline seen in the review period as a whole, the decline in baby food value sales in Germany in 2013 was much less than seen previously from 2010 onwards. This is mainly due to growth in the toddler age group on the one ...

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