Consumers in Developed Countries Prefer White Meats, States MarketLine in Topical Research Report Recently Published at MarketPublishers.com
08 Dec 2016 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – In the year 2015, the total revenues of the global meat industry stood at around USD 923.7 billion. The meat market demonstrated negative growth at a -2.7% CAGR during 2011-2015.
Meantime, during the same period the consumption volume registered positive growth at a CAGR of 1.7%. As of the year 2015, the meat consumption volume exceeded 84.6 billion kilograms.
Over the recent years, the world’s meat market has witnessed a range of trends. For instance, consumers across developing countries tend to consume more meat in general and tend to give their preference to red meat; while the meat consumption across developed countries registers a drop, and consumers in these countries tend to shift from red to white meats given increased consciousness regarding health and quality.
New topical market research publication “Meat Global Industry Almanac_2016” worked out by our publisher, MarketLine, is a great source of top-line information on the world’s meat industry. This study discloses reliable data on the market size, segmentation, shares and dynamics. It examines the main meat market growth limiters and drivers, uncovers updated statistics, provides Five Forces analysis, delves deep into the competitive landscape, gives detailed profiles of top meat market participants. Moreover, an all-round future outlook for the meat market is at hand in the report together with an insightful review of the major growth prospects and opportunities through 2020.
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