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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 ...

Nov 2015 | US$990 | Add to cart | View details

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Soup in Slovenia

Soup is one of the main pillars of traditional Slovenian meals and is considered as a starter for lunch or dinner. The most popular flavours of soup are beef or mushroom, although other flavours, such as tomato, vegetable or garlic are also rather ...

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Soup in Guatemala

In 2015, the soup category registered retail value sales of GTQ250 million, a 9% growth rate in current retail value terms. This category is dominated by sales of dehydrated soup, which accounted for over 99% of sales in Guatemala in 2015. A lack of ...

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Soup in Hong Kong, China

Soup registered current retail value growth of 6% in 2015, in line with the CAGR of the review period. Tougher economic conditions saw individuals work longer hours to hold on to their jobs. Thus, many consumers rarely have time to prepare their own ...

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Soup in Hungary

Soup is a traditional and popular meal in Hungary and it is mainly prepared fresh by households. Instant, dehydrated and shelf stable soup is primarily purchased by students and single people and by those who do not have time to cook due to busy ...

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Soup in Indonesia

The increasingly busy lifestyles of urban consumers have led to rising demand for practical meal solutions such as packaged soup, which can be prepared quickly and easily. With such rising demand, both domestic and foreign soup manufacturers are ...

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Soup in Iran

Soup, as a very immature category, performed well in 2015. Cultural changes such as the increasing number of working women, the increase in the number of people who live alone and the rapid trend of Westernisation all helped this product to ...

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Soup in Lithuania

The increasing pace of life and rising demand for convenience suggested excellent potential for soup. The reality proved to be much bleaker, as soup failed to gain any momentum in 2015. According to industry sources, the category is plagued by image ...

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Soup in Macedonia

In 2015 dehydrated soup and instant soup are the only two significant product ranges within soup in Macedonia. Dehydrated soup accounted for 67% of the total value sales of soup and approaching 100% of the total volume sales of soup in Macedonia in ...

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Soup in Malaysia

Soup is still considered a non-essential product in Malaysia; furthermore, variants of soup familiar to consumers are local flavours such as oxtail soup and Chinese-styled broths. Hence, Western soup does not sit well with local palates and was slow ...

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