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Soup in Pakistan

In Pakistan, soup is not considered a traditional food and it remained a speciality in 2013. Its usage has been growing due to the influence of Western cuisine and over the review period, consumers gained awareness of the health benefits of soup.

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Soup in Germany

Soup sales in Germany on the whole are still struggling with the perception of being a winter rather than an all-year-round meal. With this constraint, soup sales are already quite mature, although there is still scope for further growth, should ...

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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 ...

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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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Soup in Cameroon

Packaged soup sales remained negligible in Cameroon in 2013. Most Cameroonians will opt for home made alternatives.

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Soup in Kazakhstan

Soup remains an undeveloped category in Kazakhstan, one that is only represented by dehydrated and instant soup products and is primarily associated with convenience. This is mainly due to the strong preference for traditional homemade soup in Kazakh...

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Soup in India

India presents ample opportunities for growth in soup, and is primarily driven by increasing urbanisation, the rising income levels of middle class families and heavy marketing support by players to make soups part of the Indian diet. However, ...

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Soup in Turkey

In 2013, soup sales in both current value and volume terms are expected to register declines, a trend that has been going on since 2010. This is despite a 2% current value CAGR being demonstrated over the review period overall. In the last few years ...

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Soup in the United Arab Emirates

In 2013, soup expanded as new entrants entered the United Arab Emirates tapping into the convenience and affordability trends with easy to cook options. Soups is also part of many traditional meals amongst Arab nationals and Asians and demand for ...

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Soup in Switzerland

Newly launched textures and flavours keep consumers interested and trying new products. Additionally, soup is considered healthy by some due to the relatively low calorie content, while being considered as unhealthy by some, related to high salt and ...

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