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Dried Processed Food in Tunisia

There was increasing demand for dessert mixes in 2012 as Tunisians looked for ways to eat desserts more cheaply than previously. This was due to the fact that Tunisians are feeling the pinch and are becoming more price sensitive than before. As a ...

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Dried Processed Food in Austria

Austrians increasingly enjoy exotic cuisines, amongst which Asian food has become particularly popular in recent years thanks to its healthy image. This trend is reflected in the strong growth rates of instant noodles and rice, which are used as main...

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Dried Processed Food in Portugal

Dried processed food has been negatively affected by the economic crisis. Despite the fact that Portuguese consumers are making more meals at home, they are trying to save as much as possible on food, often buying only the essentials and in small ...

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Dried Processed Food in Belgium

Over 2011 and 2012, dried processed food benefited from increasing interest among Belgian consumers in home cooking. However, even with the trend of home cooking, convenience remained a very important factor to consumers. Moreover, Belgian consumers ...

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Dried Processed Food in Switzerland

Slight decrease in volume sales of dried processed food during the review period is due to the increasing health-awareness of Swiss consumers]. Volume sales declined further in 2012. Many of the products which fall into the dried processed category ...

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Dried Processed Food in Hong Kong, China

Following the continuous value sales growth over the review period, dried processed food experienced 5% growth in 2012, reaching HK$8.1 billion. This was due to the high production and operation costs. As the majority of dried processed foods are ...

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Dried Processed Food in South Korea

Dried processed food recorded negative growth rate with -2% in value terms due to continuous decreasing consumption of rice. According to National statistics, rice consumption volume per Korean decreased by -2.2% in 2011. Korean consumers enjoy more ...

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Dried Processed Food in Thailand

Dried processed food is one of the most important packaged areas in Thailand. Rice led sales within the area in 2012, accounting for some 60% of retail value sales, and also led growth. In 2011, several rice manufacturers faced problems related to ...

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Dried Processed Food in Vietnam

Dried processed food saw value sales growth of 18% in 2012 which is slightly lower than in 2011. In dried processed food, instant noodles is the biggest category accounting for 96% of value sales. The popularity of instant noodles is due to their ...

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Dried Processed Food in Egypt

Dried pasta and rice accounted for 20% and 80% of volume sales respectively in dried processed food in 2012 and were thus largely responsible for the overall performance of this product area. Both products achieved a solid 4% volume growth in the ...

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Who Drinks What

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