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Spreads in Kenya

Spreads in Kenya is seeing increased consumer support due to high levels of manufacturer activity in terms of local brands as well as the increase being noted in the number of imported spreads brands on retail shelves. Imported spreads are popular ...

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Spreads in Turkey

In 2015, spreads registered 12% current value growth, which was higher than the current value CAGR of 8% seen over the review period. The reasons for the stronger value performance were twofold. On the one hand, average unit prices for chocolate ...

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Spreads in Kazakhstan

Spreads recorded a 1% increase in retail volume terms to reach 13,000 tonnes in 2015.The gradual development of welfare among consumers in Kazakhstan, gradual increase of numbers and density of the population positively contributed to the consumption...

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Spreads in Ukraine

Spreads in Ukraine tend to benefit from a lower level of innovation and marketing support than most other packaged food categories. Innovation is mainly limited to jams and preserves via the introduction of new tastes, natural ingredients with fewer ...

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Spreads in Uruguay

The two smallest spread categories, chocolate spreads and nut and seed based spreads, continued to fail to attract a large number of consumers in 2015. High prices conspired against volume growth and importers of these products applied only small ...

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Spreads in New Zealand

Health and wellness continued to influence spreads in 2015, with consumers becoming increasingly conscious of factors such as a high salt and sugar content. As this category is very popular with children, health and wellness concerns remained ...

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Spreads in Vietnam

Over the review period, jams and preserves maintained its status as the most popular category in spreads. Its products are very familiar to most Vietnamese consumers; jams and preserves are typically eaten with bread, sandwiches or plain biscuits and...

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Spreads in Bosnia-Herzegovina

Following two consecutive years of decline, spreads recorded modest value growth in 2015. Prices, which were volatile at times during the review period, stabilised during 2015 enabling consumers to re-establish regular consumption patterns. Spreads ...

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Spreads in Italy

During 2014, high temperatures and humidity, coupled with the use of pesticides in agriculture, led to a strong decline in the production of domestic honey. In order to compensate this loss, given stable demand from consumers, retailers purchased ...

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Spreads in Malaysia

Due to the GST implementation in April 2015, more consumers ate meals and snacks at home. With baked goods a more economic option, spreads was a more affordable pairing as well, at least compared to meat and cheese. Driving the growth of spreads was ...

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