Baby Food Market in Morocco Examined in New ERC Research Report Recently Published at MarketPublishers.com25 Feb 2015 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON - Baby food traditionally enjoys sustainable demand from the consumer side from pole to pole and Morocco is no exception. Besides, the local demand demonstrates growth on a regular basis. In 2013, for instance, sales of baby food hit the 5,200 tonnes mark, with their retail value almost reaching MAD 707 million (or USD 84 million).
Milk represents the largest market segment. Its share in volume sales amounted to 77 percent in 2013, an increase by approximately 30 percent over the period 2007-2013. Cereals are another leading market segment in the country.
Local as well as foreign companies operate in the marketplace, while Danone, Nestlé and Agro-Food Industrie are amongst major companies.
New market research report “Baby Food in Morocco 2014” worked out by ERC offers an in-depth discussion of the baby food market performance in Morocco. The study provides a bird’s eye view of the market covering a structure of the market, a market size and market trends. It reveals valuable data related to consumption and distribution of baby food in the country; reviews major developments and discloses details on suppliers. Besides, the research study canvasses market segments; highlights manufacturers and brands; includes detailed company profiles. Data on exports and imports, consumer attitudes and custom duties can be found in the report as well. Future market development projections are on hand in the study too.
Baby Food in Morocco 2014
Published: February, 2015
Price: US$ 3,275.00
Other Cutting-Edge Baby Food Market Research Reports by ERC Сomprise:
- Baby Food in Israel 2014
- Baby Food in Mexico
- Baby Food in Peru
- Baby Food in Colombia
- Baby Food in Egypt 2014
Other insightful research studies by the publisher can be found at ERC page.