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Baby Food in South Africa

In 2015, the leading players introduced larger pack sizes in dried baby food so as to offer consumers bulk savings. For example, Nestlé’s Nestum brand was available in a 500g cardboard box for ZAR36.99 compared to ZAR19.99 for a 250g pack. Tiger ...

Aug 2015 | US$990 | Add to cart | View details

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Baby Food in Greece

Birth rates in Greece declined for a further consecutive year in 2015, translating into negative growth for baby food as well. The ongoing recession has put young Greeks off having children. Uncertainty is widespread within the country with most ...

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Baby Food in Colombia

In 2015, baby food registered current retail value growth of 5%, driven by price increase rather than volume growth. Increasing disposable incomes and consumers’ busier lifestyles contributed to growth but on the other hand the category was ...

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Baby Food in the Netherlands

Baby food registered stronger current value growth in 2015 when compared to the review period CAGR, mainly due to the good performance of milk formula. Milk formula increased in current value terms over 2014 and 2015 within the Netherlands due to ...

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Baby Food in Uzbekistan

Prices for all kinds of goods in Uzbekistan are pegged to the US dollar, and can thus increase or decline in line with fluctuations in the value of this currency. This is even the case with domestically produced goods such as tomatoes. Together with ...

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Baby Food in Turkey

In 2015, baby food registered positive value growth of 12%, stimulated by rising urbanisation and the higher number of working mothers in the country. Nevertheless, growth in 2015 was weaker than the 14% CAGR of the review period as a result of news ...

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Baby Food in Bulgaria

The desire of some mothers to feed their babies with specialised products till a later age has had a positive impact on the category. Baby food performed positively in both volume and value terms and reached current value sales of BGN131 million in ...

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Baby Food in Canada

The low birth rate in Canada as a whole offers little support to the growth of baby food, including dried, prepared and other baby food and milk formula. The population between the age of 0 and 36 months (babies and toddlers, the targets for baby ...

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Baby Food in Finland

Finnish parents continue to pay increasing attention to the ingredients in baby food, the origin of specific products and ‘free-from’ formulas. For instance, baby food labelling which makes statements such as “no added sugars”, “source of iron” and ...

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Baby Food in China

The 3% current value growth recorded in baby food in China in 2015 was identical to the growth rate recorded in the category during 2014, and considerably slower than growth rates earlier in the review period. This was largely due to the increasing ...

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