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 Market Research for Bolivia

Euromonitor publishes reports on industries, consumers and demographics in Bolivia.

  • Industry specific reports offer insight into market size and market share in Bolivia; as well as industry trends in each specific industry.
  • The Consumer Lifestyles in Bolivia report examines national lifestyle habits, ranging from health and living standards, income and earning patterns, eating and drinking habits, to home ownership trends.
  • Bolivia in 2030: The Future Demographic contains information on long term population changes, population by gender, consumer segment: babies, infants, toddlers, children, tweenagers, teenagers, studying age, young-adults, middle-aged adults, and the elderly.

View our Bolivia statistics factfile.

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Country Report

Soup in Bolivia

Soup consumers in Bolivia are starting to switch to noodles. Consumers in Bolivia are finding noodles more convenient than soup in 2014. This is a consequence of soup needing to be cooked prior to consumption. Whereas noodles can be consumed by just ...

Nov 2014 | US$900 | Pages: 46 | Add to cart | View details

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Sweet and Savoury Snacks in Bolivia

Leading domestic packaged food player Industrias Venado SA entered sweet and savoury snacks with two brands in 2012. These were Kris Snacks and Kris Papas Fritas. Kris Snacks is a line of extruded snacks and Kris Papas Fritas is a brand of ...

Nov 2014 | US$900 | Pages: 47 | Add to cart | View details

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Noodles in Bolivia

Current social and economic changes are forcing Bolivian consumers to choose food products that are considered convenient. More women in the workforce and increasing working hours are favouring sales of products like noodles in Bolivia in 2014. In ...

Nov 2014 | US$900 | Pages: 45 | Add to cart | View details

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Pasta in Bolivia

The price of flour is regulated in Bolivia. The government controls its price by subsidising bread manufacturers. But there are other products that are made with unsubsidised flour and when there have been shortages in 2014 pasta prices have tended ...

Nov 2014 | US$900 | Pages: 48 | Add to cart | View details

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Chilled Processed Food in Bolivia

Rising income among Bolivians allows them to have more choices in terms of food. Chilled processed food products are perceived as convenient in Bolivia. Consumers in Bolivia now have less time for food preparation and choose products that can save ...

Nov 2014 | US$900 | Pages: 47 | Add to cart | View details

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Dried Processed Food in Bolivia

Rice is one of the most important foods in Bolivians’ diet. Due to this reason the government decided to regulate the price of this product to make it affordable to the majority of the population. These price controls were still in effect in 2013. ...

Nov 2014 | US$900 | Pages: 50 | Add to cart | View details

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Frozen Processed Food in Bolivia

Low penetration of refrigerators/freezer units in Bolivia in retail outlets and households impacts negatively on the performance of frozen processed food. Despite efforts from companies to develop other smaller categories, only non-oven frozen ...

Nov 2014 | US$900 | Pages: 47 | Add to cart | View details

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Ready Meals in Bolivia

Ready meals in Bolivia is a very small category due to the lack of appeal to the local taste of these products to Bolivian consumers. As a result, domestic companies started offering ready meals that offer consumers products with Andean cereals. ...

Nov 2014 | US$900 | Pages: 46 | Add to cart | View details

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Canned/Preserved Food in Bolivia

Consumers in Bolivia now have high enough disposable incomes that they can spend on buying products in addition to what they consider basic. As a consequence, imports of canned/preserved food grew at a fast pace in 2013. In addition, companies helped...

Nov 2014 | US$900 | Pages: 50 | Add to cart | View details

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Yoghurt and Sour Milk Products in Bolivia

Bolivian consumers from middle- and high-income households have more resources to consume what they consider healthy. As a response, companies invest in the development of new products that offer added value or target different consumer groups. ...

Nov 2014 | US$900 | Pages: 50 | Add to cart | View details
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