Products which provide health claims and nutritional benefits are expected to perform well over the forecast period, for example goat-based and lactose-free products which target health-conscious consumers seeking to enhance their overall wellbeing and boost their immune systems. In the last year during the lockdown, the interest of Greek consumers focused on quality food and, consequently, demand for the highest quality cheese was growing.
Another developing trend is for cheese with enhanced protein, as seen with Kolios SA’s Hercules Protein cheese. This trend is expected to be global, including being notable in Greece.
In general, dairy consumption is expected to decline due to rising inflation and product price increases, combined with other consumer price increases, such as energy and fuel overpricing, all set in a price-sensitive environment following the time of the pandemic. Moreover, this situation has been exacerbated by the Russia-Ukraine war, further suppressing consumer spending confidence which, in turn, leads to ongoing budgeting and the turning away from non-essential products.
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