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Baby Food in Egypt

Exclusive breastfeeding in Egypt was reported at 57% (+3%) in 2012, according to the World Bank. Although breastfeeding has significant importance in Egyptian society, an emerging middle-class drove a 2% increase in powder milk formula consumption in...

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Baby Food in Russia

A favourable demographic situation in Russia is impacting the development of baby food positively. Government monetary stimulation of birth rates, which started in 2007, resulted in increased numbers of young children. The high correlation between ...

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Baby Food in Indonesia

2013 witnessed a flurry of new product launches across baby food, especially within the dominant milk formula category. These include lactose-free powder baby milk formula, such as Morinaga Soya, SGM LLM+ and SGM Soya 4, and standard and follow-on ...

Mar 2014 | US$900 | Add to cart | View details

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14 Food Trends to Watch in 2014: Part One

With so much happening in packaged food, identifying developments which really matter is a challenge. Euromonitor International has picked out 14 of the most influential food trends to watch in 2014, with part one examining the first four, from the ...

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Baby Food in Georgia

Since 2008 there has been a positive movement in the birth rate in Georgia, which contributes to increasing demand for baby food. Over 2009-2011 the birth rate was high in Georgia at around 60,000 annually, reaching the highest levels over 2009-2010 ...

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Baby Food in Australia

Baby food experienced 9% current value growth in 2013. This growth was not across the board and was largely confined to milk formula, which experienced a 12% value increase. Most of this was not due to demand from Australian parents, but from parents...

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Baby Food in Taiwan

After recording relatively-low rates of 0.895 births per 1,000 population in 2010, and 1.065 births per 1,000 population in 2011 (the 100th-year anniversary of the Republic of China), Taiwan’s birth rate rebounded to a 10-year high in 2012, reaching ...

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Baby Food in New Zealand

Following the 2008 Chinese melamine debacle, in which Fonterra-backed Sanlu Group fatally poisoned several Chinese infants, Fonterra Co-operative experienced another scare with a potential botulism outbreak causing bacterial contamination in one of ...

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Unilever Group in Packaged Food

Unilever has been engaged in a process of brand rationalisation as it reduces its large portfolio of brands to focus on a handful including Magnum and Knorr over secondary brands such as Skippy which it sold to Hormel in early 2013. In some cases ...

Feb 2014 | US$525 | Add to cart | View details

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Baby Food in Hong Kong, China

Following the various food safety issues in China over the latter part of the review period, including the melamine found in baby milk formula, mainland Chinese consumers no longer trusted baby food in China. This in turn drove them to bulk purchase ...

Feb 2014 | US$900 | Add to cart | View details
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