Canned Fruit Market Scrutinized in In-demand STOCHASIS Report Now Available at

31 Oct 2014 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON - Characterized by a high degree of extroversion, the global canned fruit market is dominated by the canned peaches segment. Currently, this segment accounts for more than 88 percent of the total canned fruit production. Changing food habits, the growing number of working women as well as higher disposable income and rapid urbanization are amid factors driving growth of the market.

Cans used for canned fruit are generally produced using such raw materials as steel or aluminum, their manufacturing cost is not very high since these materials are widely spread across the globe.

North America and Europe are canned fruit market leaders. In 2012, for instance, their combined market share was estimated at over 73 percent. However, these regions may be dethroned in the upcoming years.

In-demand market research study “Canned Fruit” worked out by STOCHASIS Management Consultancy offers in-depth coverage of the international canned fruit market, besides making a special focus on the Greek market.

The report not only gives general characteristics of the industry, but also covers the agricultural sector in Greece; contains valuable data on primary production of fruit and uncovers details on the external trade of fruit processing. The research study delves deep into the institutional framework; provides information on demand and supply. It reflects the current state of the Greek market and thoroughly reviews the domestic production, external trade, market size, etc. Porter's five forces analysis is also available. The report discusses the international canned fruit market in detail and describes prospects of the market future growth.

Report Details:

Canned Fruit
Published: April, 2014
Price: US$ 1,300.00

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