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Soup in Singapore

The uncertain economic climate did little to affect the value and volume growth of overall soup, especially canned/preserved soup. The predicted marginally lower value growth of overall soup in 2013 can be due to the wide selection of food options ...

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

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Soup in Malaysia

Soup is an essential item in a meal for many consumers, especially the Chinese. However, the hectic lifestyles of consumers have seen many no longer have the time to prepare soup themselves. This in turn is seeing these consumers turn to packaged ...

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

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14 Food Trends to Watch in 2014: Part One

With so much happening in packaged food, identifying developments which really matter is a challenge. Euromonitor International has picked out 14 of the most influential food trends to watch in 2014, with part one examining the first four, from the ...

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Soup in Poland

Polish consumers frequently consume various types of soups, such as chicken broth, borsch and tomato soup, which positively affects sales within the soup category. Nonetheless, the category is already quite saturated and many Poles prefer to make ...

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Soup in Australia

Soup is expected to perform poorly in 2013, with value sales declining by 2% in current terms to reach A$362 million. Canned/preserved soup, which is expected to hold a 45% value share of soup in 2013, will record the largest value sales decline of ...

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Soup in Russia

Soup will increase by 8% in volume and by 16% in value to reach 84,000 tonnes and RUB24.8 billion respectively in 2013. Soup market showed slightly lower growth in comparison with previous year.

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Soup in Egypt

Soup is mainly consumed by Egyptians in the form of fresh home-made soup, with little tradition for the consumption of packaged soup in the country. The only form of packaged soup available in Egypt is dehydrated soup, which suffers due to high ...

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

Company Profile

Unilever Group in Packaged Food

Unilever has been engaged in a process of brand rationalisation as it reduces its large portfolio of brands to focus on a handful including Magnum and Knorr over secondary brands such as Skippy which it sold to Hormel in early 2013. In some cases ...

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Soup in New Zealand

Soup will remain mature in New Zealand during 2013. Nonetheless, manufacturers will compete through packaging innovation and new product development. Wattie’s is expected to launch its single-serve pouch offering under its Wattie’s Soup of the Day ...

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

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Soup in Romania

In Romania, homemade soup is an essential part of the local cuisine and consumed by most of the population on a daily basis. However, packaged soup remains a relatively limited category defined by occasional consumption. Dehydrated soups are often ...

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