New Brazilian Food & Beverage Market Studies by Bras Research Now Available at MarketPublishers.com
25 Apr 2016 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – MarketPublishers.com is happy to inform you that new in-demand Bras Research reports covering different segments of the Brazilian food and beverage marketplace have been added to its online catalogue.
At present, Brazil experiences one of the worst economic crises in its history. For instance, the inflation rate in the country stood at more than 6.4 percent in late 2014, and it amounted to approximately 10.7 percent by late 2015. It is expected to be slightly over 7.6 percent in 2016 and fall to 6 percent in 2017.
The local GDP showed a decrease by over 4 percent in 2014, while a previous decrease took place in 2009. The country’s GDP is forecast to continue fallowing a downward trend in 2016, while GDP forecasts for 2017 are more optimistic.
Consumer confidence fell in Brazil, too. It went down by more than 20 percent between December 2014 and December 2015.
Adverse economic conditions have impact on all Brazilian markets, and the local food and beverage marketplace is no exception.
These research reports provide a detailed guide to each market being discussed. The studies uncover production trends, investigate trade dynamics and focus on consumption trends. They cast light on trends in each marketplace and look at developments in this space.
The reports unveil a size of each market in 2011-2016. They concentrate on retail prices and explore retail channels. The research studies also canvass the competitive landscape and contain valuable data on key companies.
Markets Investigated in the Reports Comprise:
- Acerola (Barbados cherry, West Indian cherry)
- Jackfruit (Jaca)
- Brazilian Grape Tree (Jabuticaba)
More new studies by this publisher are available at Bras Research page.