Retail volume and current value sales of sweet spreads are expected to remain high over the forecast period, as working from home will not disappear completely, since many large companies in Japan have implemented hybrid working. However, Japanese consumers are becoming increasingly busy due to the rising number of dual-income and single-person households.
Traditionally, breakfast options in Japan were savoury, composed of rice, miso soup and main dishes such as grilled fish. As consumers’ lifestyles are becoming busier, traditional Japanese breakfasts are less often seen.
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