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Baby Food in Malaysia

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  • January 2017
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In Malaysia, the sales of baby food have increased annually in terms of both volume and value except in 2012. The total volume sold in 2016 was 12% higher than in 2010 and value in 2016 was 96.5% higher than in 2010, equivalent to an increase o...

The Baby Food Market in Germany, 2018

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  • November 2018
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"The Baby Food Market in Germany, 2018", is an analytical report by GlobalData which provides extensive and highly detailed current and future market trends in the German market.

German consumers are exceptionally loyal to their...

2014 Consumer Survey Data Republic of Korea - Personal Care and Baby Care

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  • April 2014
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Baby Food in Tunisia

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  • December 2016
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The Tunisian baby food market has seen growth both in volume and value terms. Volume sales have grown by 36% since 2009, while value sales have more than doubled. Economic growth, a rise in number of births, higher household incomes, growth of ...

Baby Food in Morocco

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  • December 2016
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The market for baby food in Morocco has been boosted by a relatively stable and growing economy, although a large proportion of the population continues to live on low incomes and is unable to afford commercial baby food. Sales therefore occur ...

Baby Food in Saudi Arabia

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  • November 2016
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In Saudi Arabia, the overall growth of baby food market was strong between 2009–2015. A healthy economy, rise in number of live births, encouragement of government to use supplementary foods like cereals, increase in working women fuelled up th...

Baby Food in Japan

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  • November 2016
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The Japanese baby food market continued to be plagued. In total, the market saw decline of 7.4% in value terms since 2009, a result of deflation, steep decline in number of births, decline in consumption of milks being the most expensive produc...

Baby Food in Indonesia

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  • November 2016
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The market for baby food in Indonesia remains extremely underdeveloped despite the large potential consumer base. The number of live births has been falling: a drop of 10% has occurred between 2006 and 2016. The birth rate has also been declini...

Baby Nutrition Insights - Issue 29

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  • November 2016
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This quarterly issue provides a review of news and analysis for the infant nutrition industry, covering the July–September 2016 period. Market News includes: the Brazilian health ministry has launched a campaign to boost breastfeeding; import t...

Baby Food Australia 2014

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  • March 2014
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Demand for Baby Food in Australia is expected to register an increase of 11.9% in value terms between 2011 and 2017 Baby Milks is the biggest product sector in the Baby Food industry of Australia with US$250.1 Million in 2013 Breastfeeding rate...

Baby Food India

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  • January 2014
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In 2012, the market amounted to 246,500 tonnes. The majority of sales are accounted for by milks, (71.4% of volume), with baby cereals holding the remainder. Sales grew rapidly up to 2009, but slowed considerably in 2010, with slight declines...

Baby Food Indonesia

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  • January 2014
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With some 4.4 million babies born each year, the Indonesian baby food market is sizeable. The market remains vulnerable to economic fluctuations, although the country weathered the global economic problems of 2009 and 2010 relatively well and ...

Baby Food Japan

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  • January 2014
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The Japanese market has been plagued by a steeply declining number of births, leading to a declining consumer base. In addition, the milks market, which accounts for 64.5% of value sales, has been negatively affected by rising rates of breastfe...

Baby Food New Zealand 2014

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  • March 2014
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Demand for Baby Food in New Zealand is registered growth of 41.2% in value terms over the period from 2007 to 2013 Baby Milks is the biggest product sector in the Baby Food industry of New Zealand with US$48.6 Million in 2013 Breastfeeding rate...

Baby Food Singapore

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  • January 2014
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The primary determinant of the baby food market has been the birth rate. Between 2006 and 2011, the number of births fluctuated at around 38,000-40,000, but 2012 saw a sharp increase to 42,663 births. As a result, and against the background of ...

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