The consumption of ice cream in the Czech republic is far from saturated, with positive, if moderate, retail volume growth over the forecast period. Consumption is likely to remain seasonal, with the weather during spring and summer remaining vitally important in determining the growth potential of the category each year.
The developing health and wellness trend is set to accelerate over the forecast period. This trend is expected to continue to be reflected in the rising offer and sales of water ice cream, variants with natural protein sources, such as curd, and higher fruit content options.
The use and sales of multipacks should continue to develop and grow over the forecast period. This trend accelerated due to the exigencies of the COVID-19 pandemic, as companies and retailers tried to meet the rising demand for bulk shopping.
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Ice cream is the aggregation of frozen yoghurt, impulse ice cream, unpackaged ice cream and take-home ice cream. Frozen desserts is included in the project Staples. Includes: Non-dairy ice creams (for example, soy or rice-based products, as well as any other dairy-alternative ice creams), should be tracked alongside dairy ice cream in the relevant product subcategory. Rice and soy can be used as dairy substitutes in the manufacture of ice cream, but the product is still equivalent in terms of positioning/marketing and consumer target to standard dairy ice cream.See All of Our Definitions
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