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Cheese in Bolivia

Sales of cheese are directly impacted by increases in milk prices. In December 2014, the government was forced to increase the price of milk that is sold to companies by dairy cattle farmers, after seven years of price stability. As a consequence, ...

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Cheese in the United Arab Emirates

Cheese achieved current retail value growth of 8% in 2015, a slightly higher rate than the current value CAGR of 7% seen during the review period. However, in volume terms, the 5% growth rate seen in 2015 was slightly lower than the 6% CAGR witnessed...

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Cheese in Spain

In 2015, the Spanish economy started to show signs of real improvement, with GDP growth returning to positive figures and the stock market starting to recover. This encouraging economic situation directly affected cheese, particularly sales in the ...

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Cheese in Japan

Cheese recorded 4% current value growth in 2015, rising to ¥356.9 billion. The stable growth in cheese was largely supported by growing consumption of wine at home. According to Euromonitor International’s Alcoholic Drinks data, off-trade volume ...

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Cheese in South Africa

Cheese is considered a luxury product by the majority of South Africans due to its high unit price. Despite this, the likes of Parmalat, owned by Lactalis Groupe, have introduced some of their leading international brands to South Africans. The ...

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Cheese in Greece

Greece has one of the highest per capita consumption levels of cheese within Western Europe and although sales have been affected by the economic downturn, it is one of the most resilient categories in volume terms. Soft cheese remains by far the ...

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Cheese in Colombia

Cheese increased by 3% in retail volume terms in 2015 driven by increasing disposable incomes players’ marketing efforts and consumers’ increasingly busy lifestyles. The Colombian economy continued to register positive growth in 2015, albeit slower ...

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Cheese in the Netherlands

Cheese registered steady current value growth over the review period and continued to show steady growth in 2015. Current value growth within cheese was slightly lower in 2015 compared to 2014 which can be attributed to the pressure on the category ...

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Cheese in Uzbekistan

As was the case with many other packaged food categories in Uzbekistan, retail volume sales growth for cheese in 2015 was well down on 2014, and also much slower than the CAGR for the entire review period. This was mainly due to unfavourable foreign ...

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Cheese in Turkey

In 2015, the key trend in cheese was the significant increase in the average unit price, which led to a double digit value growth rate. According to trade experts, the prices of raw milk went up by 20% in 2015 due to increasing transportation and ...

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