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Baby Food in Venezuela

Overall, the performance of baby food has been favourable; milk formula recorded a positive volume growth rate in 2015. Besides breast milk, the main competition to milk formula is powder milk, because low-income mothers tend to feed their babies ...

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Baby Food in Indonesia

In June 2015, the Indonesian government, through the Women’s Empowerment and Child Protection Ministry, issued a regulation which requires workplaces to provide nursing rooms for breastfeeding mothers. Furthermore, a number of non-profit ...

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Baby Food in New Zealand

While the industry was recovering from the botulism scare of 2013, baby food was shocked by reports that Fonterra Cooperative Group Ltd and dairy industry advocacy group Federated Farmers received letters threatening the contamination of infant ...

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Baby Food in Australia

Baby food in Australia stagnated in current retail value terms in 2015, a significant turnaround from the double-digit growth that the category experienced between 2010 and 2013. There are several reasons for this return to stagnant growth, the most ...

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Baby Food in Azerbaijan

In 2015, the key trend in baby food was health. The products enriched with vitamins and minerals, with no GMO, sugar and gluten free were becoming more popular. Media paid a great deal of attention to baby food quality, promoting the health and ...

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Baby Food in Mexico

Baby food continued to record growth even though birth rates carried on falling, due to the increasing number of women joining the workforce. They generally tend to replace breastfeeding with milk formula at the end of their maternity leave and often...

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Baby Food in Saudi Arabia

Milk formula in Saudi Arabia has been under criticism for some time, as prices kept increasing without any proper checks. After much hue and cry, the government finally imposed a price cap on milk formula in the middle of 2014. A failure to comply ...

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Baby Food in Nigeria

Despite falling birth rates (as the population urbanises), the baby and child population growth in Nigeria is still strong compared with Western markets. The population aged 0 to 36 months increased by 2% in 2015 compared with 2014 (representing ...

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Baby Food in Kenya

To reach more middle and low income consumers, who make up the majority of the Kenyan population, Nestlé made its dried baby food brand Cerevita available in smaller and more affordable pack sizes in 2015. The 80g and 40g sachets retail for KES70 and...

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Baby Food in Singapore

Baby food registered current value growth of 1% in 2015, with this performance being significantly slower than the review period average. In Singapore, the population aged 12-36 months in 2015 witnessed slower growth, with this affecting the ...

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