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Baby Food in Lithuania

Baby food in Lithuania is finally set to record a sizeable rebound of sales in 2013 while shedding the image problems that plagued it for several years. The category remained one of the most difficult to be in, with thrifty and demanding parents ...

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Baby Food in Slovenia

Baby food in Slovenia continues to be driven by dried baby food which benefits from a big consumer base which includes some adults that consume these products due to the convenience of preparation and nutritional value of the meals. Furthermore, ...

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Baby Food in Saudi Arabia

The strong value growth in baby milk formula, although driven by high birth rates, and more working women, was largely caused by a sharp increase in unit prices. Over the past few years, milk formula has been seeing consistent retail price growth. ...

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Baby Food in Romania

Baby food remains a relatively small category in Romania and the growth is mainly the result of the changes in consumption habits, with parents becoming more concerned about the health of their children and more conscious about the benefits of ...

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Baby Food in Dominican Republic

Baby food growth has started to slow down as the market has been exposed to advertising campaigns promoting the health benefits and importance of breastfeeding during the baby’s first six months. This category is dominated by mid- to high-income ...

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Baby Food in the Czech Republic

The trend of “juniorisation” - when parents tend to feed their children with baby food to an age far beyond the usual 12 months, continues to develop during 2013. Producers are generally well aware of the tastes and preferences of Czech families with...

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Baby Food in the US

Americans appear more open to having more babies again, as the US economy shows signs of improvement. After declining from 2007 to 2011, the number of births in the US was flat in 2012, according to provisional data published in June 2013 by the CDC ...

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Abbott Laboratories Inc in Packaged Food

Abbott is a global leader in milk formula and generates most of its sales in North America. However, the company has a fast-growing presence in China. The Chinese market for milk formula is set to change however, as government concerns over rising ...

Nov 2013 | US$525 | Add to cart | View details

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Baby Food in China

China is expected to see its fourth baby boom, since more and more 80ers (refer to Chinese born between 1980 and 1989) have married. On 8 November 2012, the former chairman of China Hu Jintao announced a new policy in regard to demographic control in...

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Baby Food in Macedonia

Official statistics presented by the State Statistical Office of Macedonia show 22,972 live births in 2012, which compared with 24,296 births in 2011, represents a 6% decline. Regardless of the declining trend in the birth rate baby food is still ...

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