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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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Cheese in France

In 2015, the main growth drivers in cheese were products positioned as meal solutions or for snacking. Such products include ingredients for salads, savoury pies and other recipes such as mozzarella, feta and other cheese cubes, slices of raclette ...

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Cheese in Belgium

Authenticity and tradition were the category’s main growth drivers in 2015. The main consequence of this trend was the very positive performance of typical Belgian cheeses such as abbey cheese, which is usually eaten with abbey-style beer. In fact, ...

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Cheese in Hungary

Cheese recorded a positive performance in both 2014 and 2015 and grew both in value and volume terms at significant rates. Cheese is a widely consumed staple food in Hungary. Competitive prices and frequent discounts of main brands drove sales, as ...

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Cheese in Russia

Cheese was the category which suffered the most from the embargo on the import of dairy products from the European Union imposed by Russia in 2014. Imports of cheese and cheese products contracted by 35% in 2014. The Russian government, however, used...

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Cheese in Ireland

Current value sales of cheese increased by a further 4% in 2015, reaching €216 million. Sales of cheese grew significantly over the year due to the ending of milk quotas, and due to an increase in consumer demand. Sales were still not at the level ...

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Cheese in Uruguay

Uruguay’s cheese exports continue declining, as do the prices paid internationally for Uruguayan cheese. The main dairy exporting companies in Uruguay have been unable to find new destinations to absorb the losses resulting from the decline of ...

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