Canada Confectionary Market Analyzed in New Canadean Report Now Available at MarketPublishers.com
27 Mar 2013 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – At present, the confectionary market players are trying to improve their products in order to lower the intense competition. China, Mexico, Indonesia and Eastern Europe are the major markets for confectionary. By 2017, the global confectionary market is set to hit a USD 208.5 billion mark. The emergence of new flavors and ingredients, brands extensions, creativity in product development are amid the key growth drivers of the market. Currently, top ten manufacturers account for more than 50% of the total market.
In Canada, the market for confectionary is led by chocolate, sugar confectioneries, gums, cereal bars. The chocolate segment is leading one (accounts for almost 51% of the total country confectionary market). By 2016, the confectionery segment will possibly reach 220 million kg in the country, increasing at CAGR of almost 1%.
New report “The Future of the Confectionery Market in Canada to 2017” elaborated by Canadean analyzes the confectionery market in Canada. The research study provides historic and forecast data on the confectionary consumption in the country, sales, brand share and distribution channels. The report canvasses the components of change in the market by disclosing historic and future growth patterns such as the impact of consumers’ behavior on total volumes, values, brands chosen and types of product selected. Market segments are examined and growth dynamics is forecast in the study.
The Future of the Confectionery Market in Canada to 2017
Published: March, 2013
Price: US$ 875.00
More Confectionary Market Research Reports by Canadean Include:
- The Future of the Confectionery Market in Indonesia to 2017
- The Future of the Confectionery Market in Chile to 2017
- The Future of the Confectionery Market in Colombia to 2017
- The Future of the Confectionery Market in Egypt to 2017
- The Future of the Confectionery Market in Finland to 2017
More insightful market research reports by the publisher can be found at Canadean page.