Brazilian Fresh Food Marketplace Discussed by Euromonitor International in Its Report Now Available at MarketPublishers.com
09 Jul 2015 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – As of 2014, production of fresh food stayed high in Brazil, though a small decline took place. Nevertheless, production volumes were still higher than the ones in 2009.
In 2014, exports dropped in the country, thus leafing to a rise in consumption of different fresh food categories, such as starchy roots, fish and seafood.
Government investments are a key force propelling growth of the local fresh food marketplace. Fish, seafood, vegetables and fruit are some of the categories that received the largest sums of money from the government in 2014.
With unemployment rates being low in the country (e.g. 5 percent in 2014) and consumer power being on the rise, the demand for fresh foods increases. For instance, volume sales amounted to over 74 million tonnes in 2014.
Consumption of meat grew significantly in 2014 in Brazil, while consumption of seafood and fish grew twice as much.
New market research study “Fresh Food in Brazil” developed by Euromonitor International offers an up-close look at the Brazilian market for sea foods. The report provides an insightful overview of the marketplace. It sheds light on key market trends and developments. The study covers all product categories in detail. The research report contains valuable data on market sizing and limelights factors impacting the marketplace. It investigates the competitive landscape and forecasts future development trends.
Fresh Food in Brazil
Published: June, 2015
Price: US$ 1,210.00
More new reports by the publisher can be found at Euromonitor International page.