The forecast period is expected to see category leader Los Nietitos pull ahead of its major challenger Limay SRL at the top of the leader board in the category. Limay is unlikely to lose its status as the second largest company within sweet spreads in Uruguay, although the company definitely lost significant ground over the course of the review period and it is likely to follow a similar path during the forecast period as well.
The forecast period is expected to see artisanal products gain substantial ground in jams and preserves as the recent introduction of food packaging regulations designed to focus consumer attention on high sugar levels and packaged food have drawn considerable attention to the high levels of added sugar in packaged jams and preserves. Artisanal products are widely considered to be more natural and thus healthier than industrially processed brands and as a result, some artisanal brands of jams and preserves have started appearing on the shelves of leading chained supermarkets.
2023 is expected to be the year that foodservice volume sales of jams and preserves finally return to pre-pandemic levels once again. One major factor that is expected to influence the situation is the return to working from the office that is being seen among huge numbers of white-collar professionals, office workers and service industry personnel, with working breakfasts set to start playing a more important role in the professional life of many Uruguayans once again.
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