Cooking ingredients and meals in Ethiopia saw the strongest rate of retail value sales growth in over a decade during 2022 mainly due to high inflation. Edible oils account for the bulk of overall sales.
The Ethiopian economy continued to expand during 2022, after experiencing its slowest rate of growth in almost two decades in the previous year. The country recovered well from the economic shock of the pandemic though the civil conflict centred on the Tigray region raged on.
Most Ethiopian people eat three meals per day: Breakfast, lunch and dinner. Snacking is not particularly widespread and common only among young people.
Ethiopia is the second most populated country in Africa, with a population of 121 million in 2022. Moreover, this figure is rising rapidly due to its high birth rate – 30.
Small local grocers and open markets remain the main sources of both fresh food and packaged food for the vast majority of consumers. These channels are also often the only food retail channels present in rural areas of the country.
The rate of growth in retail volume sales of cooking ingredients and meals will remain robust throughout the forecast period, with strong economic growth, population growth, expansion in the country’s middle class and urbanisation being the main drivers of this.
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