While the current landscape lacks vibrant competition, it also presents opportunities for growth, innovation, and differentiation. Brands and manufacturers have the potential to inject innovation by exploring diverse packaging formats, ingredient combinations, and value-added features.
Players in processed vegetables can do more to boost sales across the coming years. While multiple brands focus on the option of minestra (an Ecuadorian preparation created with beans or lentils), labelling for processed vegetables continues to appear standardised and lacks a complete concept.
Growing concerns about excessive sugar poses a potential challenge to the consumption of shelf stable fruit products. Increased awareness of sugar's negative health effects may drive consumers towards more health-conscious choices, impacting the demand for shelf-stable fruits.
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Processed Fruit and Vegetables
This is the aggregation of processed shelf stable fruit and vegetables and processed frozen fruit and vegetables.See All of Our Definitions
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