Top Baby Nutrition Markets Discussed by ERC in New Cutting-edge Report Available at

13 Feb 2015 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – Argentina’s infant formula export volume reached 20,832 tonnes as of 2014, a rise of around 5% YoY; whilst its export value stood at USD 116.7 million in the same year. Measures to ensure compliance with Chinese strict novel licensing rules have cost the country’s infant formula industry more than USD 0.54 billion. Milk sales keep on being boosted by purchases for the domestic market, with sales value during Q1-Q3 2014 being just over 31.5% up on the same period in 2013, while volumes were up by over 18%.

New cutting-edge report “Baby Nutrition Insights 2014 - Issue 22” prepared by ERC focuses on a quarterly survey of the recent news as well as an insightful analysis for the infant formula and baby food industry.  It covers all the leading countries from pole to pole and provides the latest information on the companies already operating in the baby food marketplace as well as those mulling over entering the market. A comprehensive market profile of the different product sectors that the leading companies are primarily focused on is provided in the study, covering key features and developments, segmentation, trends per capita and the diversity of brands and manufacturers. The study includes detailed and extensive baby food consumption data in top markets, examines the major trends and dynamics shaping the baby food industry globally.

Report Details:

Baby Nutrition Insights 2014 - Issue 22
Published: February, 2015
Pages: 34
Price: US$ 975.00 

Other Baby Food Markets Reports Include:

More new market research reports by the publisher can be found at ERC page.


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