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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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Cheese in Bulgaria

Cheese is slipping into maturity as the oldest and most traditional type of cheese – soft cheese – posted a negative performance in 2015. The products have been on the market for a long time and they have a very high penetration. Every household in ...

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Cheese in Canada

Cheese is staple product in Canadian households and in foodservice in Canada. Over recent years, there were a few notable trends in cheese consumption. First, Canadians, particularly the younger generation, are increasingly interested in a wider ...

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Cheese in Finland

Although it is a mature category, cheese in Finland was subject to plenty of developments and emerging trends during 2015. Finns continued to discover different cheese types and flavours and cheese was increasingly used as an ingredient in various ...

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Cheese in China

Cheese in China recorded robust double-digit volume and value growth throughout the forecast period, partly thanks to the small consumer base for cheese and partly due to the favourable economic environment in China. In 2014, Russia stopped importing...

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Cheese in Kazakhstan

People in Kazakhstan chose brands of cheese that offered a good balance of price, quality and packaging. The key consumers of cheese were people who took care of their diet and ate healthy food, for whom it was important to have cheese at breakfast, ...

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Cheese in Argentina

In 2014/2015 a considerable number of secondary brands of cheese began to be marketed throughout the country. The fall in the international price of powder milk since mid-2014 encouraged small companies to replace the production of powder milk with ...

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Cheese in Pakistan

Cheese remained an immature product in most parts of Pakistan. Traditionally it is consumed in the form of paneer (Cheese), which is unprocessed unpackaged cheese. However, increasing Westernisation led to an increase in the popularity of Western ...

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Cheese in Iran

Cheese is expected to continue recording healthy growth in 2015 as a result of the better availability of different product ranges in both traditional and modern retail outlets. The consumption of packaged cheese is becoming widespread and unpackaged...

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Cheese in Peru

Peruvians are not used to including cheese in their daily diet, since it is considered to be an expensive product. However, as family incomes increase there are more consumers including this product in their breakfasts.

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