Eggs is a very mature category in Russia, with many local consumers relying on eggs as a traditional and affordable source of protein with a high level of versatility in terms of usage and consumption occasions. These include as an ingredient in home-made cakes and pancakes and as a breakfast food.
The average unit price of eggs recorded double-digit growth in 2021, following a marginal increase the previous year. The most significant price increase began in October 2020 (initially driven by a hike in the price of grain in September-October) and continued to affect the retail price in 2021.
Eggs is predicted to see further modest total volume sales growth over the forecast period, driven by the return of sales through foodservice and institutional channels. Overall egg consumption is expected to remain stable, driven by the product’s essential status and widespread affordability.
The consolidation of the competitive landscape is expected over the forecast period. Major players are expected to grow, while smaller companies are likely to be forced to exit the category, as the conditions of fierce competition and pressures from rising costs make it more difficult for them to sustain business.
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Includes all fresh poultry eggs, egg albumen (egg whites), as well as liquid or dry hen eggs packaged and sold loose. Egg substitutes are also included.See All of Our Definitions
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