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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

Hot Drinks in Bolivia

Despite a decline in the production of coffee and tea in Bolivia over 2013-2014, hot drinks was able to sustain retail volume and value sales growth in 2014, thanks to the increasing availability of imported brands. Coffee and tea production faced ...

Feb 2015 | US$2,100 | Pages: 35 | Add to cart | View details

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Tea in Bolivia

Green tea continued to be favoured by female consumers and the health and wellness trend in Bolivia. This encouraged most companies to launch their own version of green tea, which are strongly supported through distribution and positioning in modern ...

Feb 2015 | US$1,000 | Pages: 22 | Add to cart | View details

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Coffee in Bolivia

During 2013 coffee production continued to decline due to crop substitution and climatic effects. Farmers continued to substitute coffee crops with coca crops. Moreover, climatic events during the year caused the loss of crops. In 2014, production, ...

Feb 2015 | US$1,000 | Pages: 17 | Add to cart | View details

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Snack Bars in Bolivia

Bolivian consumers have not developed a tradition of consumption of snack bars. As a result, the only brands available are in granola/muesli bars. In addition, the high prices of these products limit their performance from middle- and low-income ...

Dec 2014 | US$1,000 | Pages: 48 | Add to cart | View details

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Spreads in Bolivia

Jams and preserves remains the largest category of spreads in Bolivia. These products attract consumers from all socioeconomic groups. Moreover, there is vast availability of artisanal and regional jams and preserves in Bolivia. These brands are ...

Dec 2014 | US$1,000 | Pages: 48 | Add to cart | View details

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Baked Goods in Bolivia

The penetration of unpackaged/artisanal baked goods is high in Bolivia. Low-income consumers prefer these products because they are affordable and available throughout the country. By contrast, packaged/industrial baked goods tend to be priced higher...

Dec 2014 | US$1,000 | Pages: 54 | Add to cart | View details

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Bakery in Bolivia

Companies producing artisanal brands dominate baked goods in Bolivia and are expected to account for 75% of retail value sales in 2014. After these, Sociedad Industrial y Comercial La Francesa is expected to hold first place in 2014 with a 4% retail ...

Dec 2014 | US$2,100 | Pages: 68 | Add to cart | View details

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Biscuits in Bolivia

Since the entrance of global brand owner Nestlé SA in 2012, biscuits has posted healthy growth rates thanks to investments in innovation, affordable prices and improvements to distribution. There are varieties of flavours and formats available thanks...

Dec 2014 | US$1,000 | Pages: 47 | Add to cart | View details

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Breakfast Cereals in Bolivia

Bolivian consumers are going through social and economic changes. More women in the workforce, longer working hours and less time to prepare food or stick to traditional meal hours are all expected to have a positive effect on breakfast cereals’ ...

Dec 2014 | US$1,000 | Pages: 47 | Add to cart | View details

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Ice Cream in Bolivia

Economic conditions in Bolivia are allowing consumers to spend their disposable income on products which are not considered essential. Ice cream is consumed in Bolivia even during winter. In colder areas of Bolivia, winter tends to be warm during the...

Dec 2014 | US$1,000 | Pages: 51 | Add to cart | View details

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