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Soup in Uzbekistan

Soup represents one of the least developed packaged food categories in Uzbekistan. In 2014 sales accounted for only 1,400 tonnes generating UZS36 billion. The low total volume sales is a result of being an unconventional and uncommon product with ...

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Soup in Croatia

Packaged soup in Croatia is fairly conservative and static. Consolidated and averse to innovation, it is also affected by local traditions, namely that Croatian households like to cook “proper” soup themselves for lunch when possible. Dehydrated soup...

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Soup in Uruguay

In mid-2013, Campbell’s Soup, imported and distributed by Lisley, began to appear on the main supermarket and hypermarket shelves, marking the return of a traditional soup brand that had been absent from Uruguay since 2005. In the meantime, the soup ...

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Soup in Pakistan

Growth in retail volume sales of soup in 2014 was up slightly on 2013, and also stronger than the CAGR for the entire review period. This improvement was underpinned by growing consumer appreciation for the convenience of packaged soup products, ...

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Soup in South Africa

With rising utility, education and transport costs in 2014 and with the economy remaining fragile, consumers continue to be highly price sensitive. This, in turn, is fuelling growth of economy brands and private label within soup. The existence of a ...

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Mars Inc in Packaged Food

Mars is a global leader in confectionery, with a particularly strong presence in chocolate confectionery and gum. The company is highly geared towards the US, but also has a strong presence in China. The Middle East has become a new area of focus for...

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Soup in Belgium

Sales of this product are strongly correlated with cold temperatures during autumn and winter. Given the coldest temperature in the first half of 2014 was -0.5° in Brussels, there was no “real” winter in 2013-2014, which negatively impacted sales. ...

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Soup in Spain

Retail soup volume sales grew by nearly 1% in 2014, while retail current value sales declined by 1% at €244 million, largely due to more intense price competition. Interestingly, demand for superior value for money was strong enough to withstand the ...

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Soup in Portugal

Soup in Portugal continues to be consumed as an everyday meal, thanks to it being perceived as an easy-to-prepare, affordable and healthy product. Soup is perceived as healthy, which leads many parents to prepare it to make their children eat ...

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Soup in China

Busier consumer lifestyles are benefiting soup in China, due to these products being easy and convenient to prepare. Sales growth is benefiting from an accelerated pace of life, especially for urban consumers. Office workers in major cities are ...

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