Processed fruit and vegetables will face a positive growth trajectory in the upcoming years, led by shelf-stable fruit and vegetables and further development of modern retailing outlets. A pivotal factor driving this shift is the steady transition from traditionally prepared pickled and canned items, often made at home, towards the adoption of commercially manufactured alternatives.
Anticipated as the fastest expanding category, frozen fruits and vegetables are poised for stable growth. Presently, consumption per capita remains modest, although there is substantial potential for expansion.
Few changes are anticipated in the competitive landscape over the forecast period. However, the standout performer is expected to be private label, primarily attributed to the expansion of modern retailers.
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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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