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Soup in Estonia

In previous years soup experienced a notable level of innovation and the emergence of new categories such as chilled and UHT soup. More precisely, the latter category has been rising from the ashes. Following the withdrawal of the Felix Buffee line ...

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Soup in Finland

Soup in Finland is normally consumed as a meal or part of a meal and a wide selection of soups are available to meet different consumer needs and preferences. Indeed, the product range is diverse and includes traditional pea soup, which is a shelf ...

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Soup in France

In the context of a gradual loss of interest in soup, with French consumers looking for more natural as well as more sophisticated products, manufacturers continued to invest in innovation, new packaging formats and advertising campaigns in 2015. The...

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Soup in the United Kingdom

More British consumers chose to turn their back on soup during 2015 as they were lured to other, more dynamic categories with greater appeal. Shelf stable soup, on which the overall category is reliant, recorded a particularly adverse performance ...

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Soup in Georgia

Packaged soup is not popular in Georgia as this product is not associated with nutritional or health benefits. Georgia is such a country where food gets high levels of attention and there is a strong culture of home-made meals. For this reason, ...

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Soup in Russia

Soup in Russia remained an underdeveloped category as of 2015. While soup in general is a very popular meal among Russians, packaged soup does not receive much consumer attention. People tend to cook soup at home from scratch rather than purchasing ...

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Soup in Slovakia

Soup current value sales declined by 3% to total €25 million in 2015. The category’s growth was prevented by rising employment and strengthening competition from foodservice, leading to consumers cooking and eating less at home. However, soup ...

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Soup in Singapore

Retail volume and current value growth rates for soup in 2015 were down on 2014, and also slower than the respective CAGRs for the entire review period. This was partly due to the increasing maturity of larger categories such as shelf stable soup and...

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Soup in Sweden

Soup products are increasingly being consumed as an alternative to ready meals and the latest offering in this category of the market is fish soup by Orkla Foods Sverige AB’s brand Abba. While the vast volume in soups remains berry and fruit based ...

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Soup in Saudi Arabia

Soup is an essential part of meals in Saudi Arabia, especially during Ramadan, when it becomes a daily necessity, and no iftar is complete without it. It is sometimes consumed as a meal replacement or as a snack between meals by people with weight ...

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