Swiss Baby Food Marketplace Reviewed by Canadean in In-demand Market Research Study Now Available at MarketPublishers.com07 Apr 2016 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Switzerland’s baby food market has seen sustained volume growth during most of the period of review, partly on the back of ongoing annual increases in the number of live-birth infants till 2014 but also as a consequence of higher consumption per capita of all the major types of products. During 2009-2015, baby food sales grew by 11.6% in terms of volume.
In the recent years, there has been a considerable hike in the popularity of tertiary processed foods, ready-to-eat and ready-to-cook products which usually contain excessive amounts of fat, sugar and salt. Organic food products have gained robust momentum, though evidence of health benefits remains thin.
The baby milk category takes the lead in the market, capturing just over 53.5% of value sales and 42.7% of volume sales as of 2015. Wet meals grabbed just over 18% of value sales as of 2015, up from 15.8% in 2009.
Nestlé dominates the overall market; it is present in every sector, takes the lead jointly in the milk category and leads in cereals and meals. Danone comes second through its Milupa subsidiary.
The Swiss baby food market is projected to increase by 19.3% in current prices through to 2021, although this drops to 12.7% in constant prices.
In-demand research report “Baby Food in Switzerland” elaborated by Canadean offers a shrewd look at the current and future market trends in the Swiss baby food market. The study provides granular consumption data; detailed profile of the firms currently operating in the industry and new market entrants alongside their leading focus product sectors; a comprehensive market profile of the diverse product sectors with the main features and developments, segmentation, per capita trends and the different producers and brands. The study gives a deep review on baby food retailing with a discussion of the major local retailers alongside with the distribution channels. Additionally, future projections in terms of the various trends which are expected to have a bearing on the industry are considered in the report.
Baby Food in Switzerland
Published: March, 2016
Price: US$ 3,275.00
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