Cheese is a staple food in the Guatemalan diet and growing for different types of cheeses will support the development of the category in the forecast period. Despite global issues impacting commodities and putting upward pressure on dairy prices, cheese consumption is expected to increase underpinning retail volume and current value sales.
Hard cheese is an expanding category supported by rising wine consumption in the country which is a popular accompaniment to cheeses. Indeed, countries that have high wine consumption also have a robust demand for hard cheeses, which is positively linked to cheese sales.
As cheese sales develop at a pace, modern channel retailers are becoming more interested in the category expanding their private labels ranges and imported brands stocked. Walmart, La Torre, and PriceSmart have each extended their private labels and imported cheeses in recent years, creating competition for international and local players.
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This is the aggregation of hard, soft, spreadable and processed cheese (excl spreadable). Note: Non-dairy cheese substitutes are excluded from this category and tracked under plant-based cheese.See All of Our Definitions
This report originates from Passport, our Cheese research and analysis database.
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