Global Baby Food Market (2009 - 2014)

Date: July 1, 2009
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The target consumers of commercially-available baby food range from infants (babies aged 6 to 12 months) to toddlers (children up to three years old). Baby food is available in various flavors and in both solid and liquid form. Modern-day time constraints have reduced the use of homemade baby food in both developed as well as developing nations. While U.S. and Europe hold a major share of the global baby food market, emerging economies such as China, India, Brazil, Russia, and Romania also represent a high growth rate.

The baby food market is getting a big boost from the increasing awareness about the role it plays in meeting the nutritional needs of infants and toddlers. The major challenges for the baby food industry are low birth rates, static market conditions in developed countries, and milk intolerance in babies. However, opportunities for the baby food market is immense, as there is large untapped market in developing economies and as evolving food technology and new product developments are expected to attract more customers in future.

The global baby food market is expected to be worth US$37.6 billion by 2014, growing at an estimated CAGR of 5.0% from 2009 to 2014. Bottled baby food forms the largest market segment; and is expected to reach US$9.9 billion by 2014 at a CAGR of 4.9% for the same period.

The markets for baby cereals and frozen baby foods are estimated to record revenues of US$9.9 billion and US$ 7.8 billion respectively in 2014 on account of the increasing awareness about baby food products, especially in Asia. The markets for baby soups and snacks – estimated to be US$ 3.9 billion and US$5.9 billion in 2014 – present good opportunities as these markets currently have only a limited number of products.

North America is the largest baby food market; and is expected to be worth US$14.17 billion by 2014, accounting for nearly 37% of the total revenues. Europe is the second largest segment and is expected to reach US$10.8 billion by 2014 at a CAGR of 4.4%. The Asian baby food market is expected to grow with the highest CAGR of 8.6% from 2009 to 2014.

Scope of the Report

This report aims to identify and analyze baby food products according to types, target age group, health benefits, and product ingredients. The report provides in-depth market estimates and forecasts for global baby food market as follows:
• Baby food – products
Baby cereals, bottled baby food, frozen baby food, baby snacks and soups
• Baby food – age group
Newborn (zero to six months), infant (six to twelve months), toddler (one to two years), pre-schooler (two to three years)
• Baby food – health benefits
Brain and eye development, muscular growth, bones and teeth development, blood enhancement, development of the immune system, nervous system, vascular system, etc.
• Baby food – ingredients
Cereals, milk p

Each section will provide market data, market drivers, trends and opportunities, top-selling products, key players, and competitive outlook. This report will also provide more than 100 market tables for various geographic regions covering the sub-segments and micro-markets. In addition, the report also provides 32 company profiles for each of its sub-segments.

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1. INTRODUCTION

1.1. KEY TAKE AWAYS
1.2. REPORT DESCRIPTION
1.3. MARKET COVERED

2. SUMMARY

3. MARKET OVERVIEW

3.1. EVOLUTION OF THE BABY FOOD MARKET
3.2. TRENDS IN THE BABY FOOD PRODUCT AND INGREDIENT MARKETS
3.3. LACTOSE INTOLERANCE: POPULATION ANALYSIS
3.4. DRIVING FACTOR ANALYSIS FOR BABY FOOD MARKET
3.5. MARKET DEFINITIONS
3.6. CONSUMPTION PATTERN OF BABY FOOD BY AGE GROUP
3.7. DECISION INFLUENCERS FOR BABY FOOD PRODUCTS
3.8. COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS – BABY FOOD MARKET SIZE VS CAGR (2009-2014)
3.9. AGE-WISE BABY FOOD MARKET ANALYSIS
  3.9.1. DRIVERS
    3.9.1.1. Changing Socio-Economic Trends and Increasing Consumer Awareness
    3.9.1.2. Innovative Products and Packaging
  3.9.2. INHIBITORS
    3.9.2.1. Static market conditions and variation in costs of raw material
    3.9.2.2. Food safety issues
  3.9.3. OPPORTUNITIES
    3.9.3.1. Large Untapped Market in Developing Countries
    3.9.3.2. Organic Baby Food Attracting Consumer Attention
    3.9.3.3. Enriched Baby Food Products Gaining Popularity

4. BABY FOOD MARKET BY PRODUCTS

4.1. BOTTLED BABY FOOD MARKET
  4.1.1. Drivers
    4.1.1.1. Bottled Baby Food Caters to Babies of All Age Groups
  4.1.2. Inhibitors
    4.1.2.1. Shorter Life Span and Safety Concerns
  4.1.3. Opportunities
    4.1.3.1. Largest Potential Customer Base
  4.1.4. Baby Juice Market
    4.1.4.1. Drivers
      4.1.4.1.1. Easy to consume; available in many varieties
    4.1.4.2. Inhibitors
      4.1.4.2.1. Low Shelf-life
    4.1.4.3. Opportunities
      4.1.4.3.1. Enriched and Enhanced Juices
    4.1.4.4. Key Players
    4.1.4.5. Baby Fruit Juice
    4.1.4.6. Baby Vegetable Juices
    4.1.4.7. Mixed Juices
  4.1.5. Pureed Baby Food
    4.1.5.1. Drivers
    4.1.5.2. Inhibitors
    4.1.5.3. Baby Fruit Juice
    4.1.5.4. Baby Vegetable Juices
  4.1.6. Baby Milk Products
    4.1.6.1. Drivers and Opportunities
    4.1.6.2. Inhibitors
    4.1.6.3. Animal Milk
    4.1.6.4. Yogurt
    4.1.6.5. Desserts

4.2. BABY FOOD CEREALS MARKET
  4.2.1. Drivers
  4.2.2. Inhibitors

4.3. BABY FOOD SNACKS MARKET
  4.3.1. Drivers and Opportunities
  4.3.2. Inhibitors
  4.3.3. Key Players
  4.3.4. Puffs
  4.3.5. Biscuit/Cookies
  4.3.6. Rusks

4.4. BABY FOOD SOUP MARKET
  4.4.1. Drivers and Inhibitors
  4.4.2. Non-vegetarian soup
  4.4.3. Vegetarian soup

4.5. FROZEN BABY FOOD MARKET
  4.5.1. Drivers
  4.5.2. Inhibitors
  4.5.3. Frozen Non-Vegetarian Baby Food
    4.5.3.1. Market Drivers and Inhibitors
  4.5.4. Frozen Vegetarian Baby Food
    4.5.4.1. Drivers
  4.5.5. Frozen Fruits Baby Food

5. BABY FOOD MARKET BY HEALTH BENEFITS

5.1. IMMUNE SYSTEM
5.2. BRAIN AND EYE DEVELOPMENT
5.3. MUSCULAR GROWTH
5.4. BONES AND TEETH DEVELOPMENT
5.5. BLOOD ENHANCEMENT
5.6. NERVOUS SYSTEM
5.7. VASCULAR SYSTEM
5.8. BODY ENERGY
5.9. OTHER BENEFITS

6. INGREDIENTS

6.1. CHANGE IN TRENDS IN CONSUMPTION PATTERNS
6.2. CEREALS
  6.2.1. OATMEAL
  6.2.2. RICE
  6.2.3. BARLEY
  6.2.4. MIXED
6.3. MILK PRODUCTS
  6.3.1. ANIMAL MILK
  6.3.2. YOGURT
6.4. FRUITS
6.5. VEGETABLES
6.6. MEAT PRODUCTS

7. GEOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS OF BABY FOOD MARKET

7.1. U.S. BABY FOOD MARKET
7.2. EUROPEAN BABY FOOD MARKET
7.3. ASIAN BABY FOOD MARKET

8. COMPANY PROFILES

8.1. ABBOTT NUTRITION
8.2. BABYNAT
8.3. BEECH NUT
8.4. BRISTOL-MYERS SQUIBB
8.5. DANONE DUMEX
8.6. DUTCH LADY
8.7. EARTH’S BEST
8.8. ELLA'S KITCHEN
8.9. FASSKA
8.10. H.J. HEINZ CO
8.11. HALAL BABY FOOD
8.12. HEALTHY SPROUTS FOODS INC
8.13. HERO
8.14. HIPP ORGANIC BABY FOOD
8.15. LITTLE DISH
8.16. PLASMON
8.17. PLUM MUMS
8.18. PLUM ORGANIC
8.19. SMA NUTRITION
8.20. STAGESFOOD
8.21. SWEET PEA BABY FOOD COMPANY
8.22. TASTYBABY LLC
8.23. STONYFIELD FARM
8.24. YUBAO GOAT DAIRY CO, LTD
8.25. NESTLЙ
8.26. BABY ORGANIX
8.27. BABYLICIOUS LTD.
8.28. PBM NUTRITIONAL
8.29. WYETH
8.30. ORGANIC BUBS
8.31. PETER RABBIT ORGANICS

9. PATENT ANALYSIS

10. APPENDIX

10.1. U.S. BOTTLED BABY FOOD PATENTS
10.2. U.S. BABY CEREALS FOOD PATENTS
10.3. U.S. MILK PRODUCTS FOOD PATENTS
10.4. U.S. BABY SNACKS AND BABY SOUP FOOD PATENTS
10.5. U.S. FRUITS AND VEGETABLES FOOD PATENTS
10.6. EUROPE BABY FOOD PATENTS
10.7. JAPAN BABY FOOD PATENTS
10.8. NUTRITIONAL CONTENT OF BABY FOOD INGREDIENTS
  10.8.1. DRY RICE CEREAL FOR BABY FOOD
  10.8.2. DRY OATMEAL CEREAL FOR BABY FOOD
  10.8.3. DRY BARLEY CEREAL FOR BABY FOOD
  10.8.4. DRY WHOLE MILK FOR BABY FOOD
  10.8.5. PLAIN YOGURT (WHOLE MILK) FOR BABY FOOD
  10.8.6. STRAINED BANANA FOR BABY FOOD
  10.8.7. PLUMS WITH TAPIOCA FOR BABY FOOD
  10.8.8. MANGO WITH TAPIOCA FOR BABY FOOD
  10.8.9. STRAINED PINEAPPLE DESSERT FOR BABY FOOD
  10.8.10. STRAINED SWEET POTATOES FOR BABY FOOD
  10.8.11. STRAINED AND CREAMED SPINACH FOR BABY FOOD
  10.8.12. STRAINED CARROTS FOR BABY FOOD
  10.8.13. STRAINED PEAS FOR BABY FOOD
  10.8.14. STRAINED BEEF FOR BABY FOOD
  10.8.15. STRAINED CHICKEN FOR BABY FOOD

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