Lithuanians like cheese and tend to eat it on a daily basis, as well as during parties, which provide notable occasions for the consumption of premium cheese. In addition, the Lithuanian economy has so far proven fairly resilient in the face of the Russian invasion of Ukraine and general global turmoil.
Hard cheese is expected to be the sales engine of overall cheese, with all price segments set to make a contribution. Lithuanians use local mid- and economy priced cheese for daily consumption and tend to turn to more premium sorts when socialising.
Although some Lithuanian consumers are very interested in cheeses from different culinary traditions around the world and tend to try premium imported cheese, the vast majority of cheese consumed in the market is expected to remain local. Lithuania has a very strong cheese industry, which covers the majority of varieties and price segments within cheese domestically, as well as being a significant exporter.
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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
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