Pack sizes of 250g to 1000g performed well in processed meat and seafood in 2018 as these are generally the most economical sizes for consumers in India. Growing nuclear families in India tend to have three to five members and these pack sizes are sufficient to serve everyone for one meal.
Smoked tuna, pickled fish, dried meat and many other shelf stable meat and seafood products are commonly sold in metal food cans. Though sales of these types of products remain low in India, mainly because consumers prefer fresh or frozen products over shelf stable, they are consumed as delicacies.
Though demand is negligible for shelf stable meat and seafood in metal food cans, the future for this packaging format looks bright due to the inflow of foreign nationals in India who seek their local dishes, while Indian consumers are also increasingly open to try new products available in the market.
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