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Soup in South Africa

South African consumers’ income and spending continued to be under significant pressure as a result of the fragile economic environment. Against this background, consumers are increasingly becoming value-conscious and are seeking affordable brands. ...

Apr 2014 | US$900 | Add to cart | View details

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Campbell Soup Co in Packaged Food

The Campbell name remains synonymous with soup in its largest market - North America. The company however has recently undertaken a number of acquisitions as it hopes to move beyond soup into new categories including baby food and chilled processed ...

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Soup in Georgia

In 2013, soup is set to record a stable performance, as there were no significant changes or occurrences within the category. There is no tradition for soup in Georgia, and supermarkets and hypermarkets only stock these products for variety. The ...

Mar 2014 | US$900 | Add to cart | View details

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Soup in Indonesia

The increasingly busy lifestyles of urban consumers has prompted a growing need for practical meal solutions, such as packaged soup, as this product type allows busy consumers to have more meal variety with little time needed for preparation. With ...

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Nestlé SA in Packaged Food: Business Priorities

This profile of Nestlé SA is published in three parts. The first part covers the company’s key strategic objectives and challenges, and its global packaged food market assessment. Given Nestlé’s wide-ranging global packaged food operations, the group...

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Nestlé SA in Packaged Food: Baby Food and Dairy

This second part of the global Nestlé SA profile covers the company’s operations most associated with health and wellness, and introduces Nestlé’s presence, opportunities and challenges in these market categories.

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Nestlé SA in Packaged Food: Confectionery , Ice Cream , Sauces , Dressings and Condiments

The third part of Nestlé SA’s global profile provides detailed analysis of the company’s largest core categories which least serve its wellness credentials. It highlights the company’s take on wellness and nutrition, which is not to streamline its ...

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Soup in Greece

Packaged soup posted another year of decline in value terms in 2013, falling by 4%. Soup remains something of a niche in Greece, with the country having the lowest per capita consumption of 0.02kg in Western Europe. Homemade soup is by far more ...

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Soup in Kenya

Soup is a small and declining niche in Kenya, with sales being hindered by a number of factors. For the majority of consumers in rural areas, there is little access to soup, while many consumers continue to be unable to afford these products. Sales ...

Mar 2014 | US$900 | Add to cart | View details

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Soup in France

In 2013, manufacturers of packaged soup are continuing to invest in product innovation in order to develop demand for soup outside the cold periods of the year. They are also continuing to try to attract new consumers, such as urban ones, with ...

Mar 2014 | US$900 | Add to cart | View details
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Statistical Reference Handbook

Who Eats What

Jan 2011

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Who Drinks What

Jan 2011