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Baby Food in Singapore

“Baby Food in Singapore” is a new report by ERC that analyzes the Baby Food industry demand prospects in Singapore, key segments, features & developments, future projections based on various trends. This report also examines trends which are currently affecting the industry. Furthermore, it profiles various companies in the Baby Food industry in Singapore along with the foreign trade involving the Baby Food industry.

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Outlook for Global and Chinese Infant Formula Industry

In recent five years, the global infant formula market as a whole increased by 12%, which China’s market grow the fastest, up to 22%, and witness steady growth for many years. While the growth rate of European and Unite States’ market is very low in recent years.

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Baby Food in Philippines

The Philippines baby food market has undergone a volume decrease of almost 7% between 2009 and 2015, despite the fairly stable number of births up until 2012, and the subsequent gradual rise in the number of births. The development of the market has been constrained by an increase in the breastfeeding rate and low average family incomes, with a very small middle class.

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Baby Food in India

The number of births in India rose very gradually up to 2013, but has since begun to decline slightly. Living standards are significantly higher in urban areas and this is where the bulk of industrially produced baby foods are sold. However, there is a rising middle class even in smaller towns and rural areas, and manufacturers are targeting these to widen the consumer base. Sales grew rapidly up to 2009, but slowed considerably in 2010, with slight declines in some sectors, and growth has remained subdued since. Per capita intake levels rose by 13% in 2015. Milks dominate the market and have outperformed cereals in volume terms.

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Baby Food in Portugal

The market for baby food in Portugal has been suffering in recent years as a result of a sharp decline in the number of births. Until 2005, cereals was the largest sector in the Portuguese baby food market, but in 2006 it was overtaken by wet meals, a trend subsequently maintained. As a result, in 2015 the market divided in volume terms into 34.9% baby meals, 32.3% cereals, 32.1% baby milks, and 0.2% baby drinks and finger foods.

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Baby Food in Turkey

The Turkish market has performed strongly over the past six years, stimulated by higher numbers of births over the past two or three years, a generally buoyant economy, and strong marketing by manufacturers. In value terms, the market was up 132% on 2009. Despite falls in real prices over the historic period for all products, the price of most items, particularly milks, remains high by international standards.

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