In addition to remaining one of the largest categories, shelf stable beans should continue to be one of the strongest performers within processed fruit and vegetables in retail volume growth terms over the forecast period. This is partly due to traditional consumption habits in Portugal, though in line with the increasing adoption of vegetarian, vegan and flexitarian diets, such products are also expected to become a more important source of protein for many people.
As is the case across packaged food, concerns about environmental sustainability are increasingly shaping manufacturer strategies in processed fruit and vegetables. For example, Iglo brand owner Nomad Foods recently teamed up with the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) to work on developing agricultural solutions to the triple challenge of feeding the world's growing population, combating the climate crisis and reversing the loss of biodiversity.
While foodservice volume sales of processed fruit and vegetables should increase throughout the forecast period, growth looks set to slow consistently. This will be partly due to the stabilisation of on-trade consumption patterns as life in Portugal continues to return to normal in the wake of COVID-19.
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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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