Sales of nuts experienced a substantial boost following the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic and the category has continued to enjoy stable growth in retail volume terms in the years that have followed, with this pattern set to continue over the forecast period. The improving reputation of nuts given their nutritional profile makes them a favourite among Italians, with these products fitting different lifestyles and dietary habits.
The growing interest in nuts as a healthy snack or ingredient should ensure the category enjoys strong and stable growth in retail volume terms over the forecast period; however, sales of nuts are also expected to enjoy healthy growth in value terms (at constant 2022 prices). While the reason for such a positive trajectory is multifaceted, the growing availability and awareness of different varieties of nuts will likely be the pivotal factor in driving value growth.
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This includes unpackaged and packaged single variant raw unprocessed nuts, whether in shell or deshelled. Nuts is the aggregation of almonds, coconuts, peanuts (or groundnuts), pistachio, walnuts and other nuts. All nuts that are further processed through for example roasting or flavouring or mixed with dried fruit, as well as mixes of different kinds of nuts are excluded whether packaged or unpackaged. Note that nuts used for flavouring beverages and the extraction of oil or fat are excluded from the channels covered, as are chewing/stimulant nuts: areca/betel nuts, kola nuts, illipe nuts, karate nuts, coconuts, tung nuts, oil palm nuts, etc.See All of Our Definitions
This report originates from Passport, our Nuts research and analysis database.
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