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ReportsnReports.com adds “Packaged Food Ingredients: Regional Insights” to its store. This global briefing offers a comprehensive guide to the Packaged Food Ingredients industry at an international level.
Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) August 21, 2012
Regional variations in packaged food demand can be quite considerable and this has significant implications for ingredients supply. This report provides an overview of the market for packaged food ingredients, with particular reference to the differing needs of different regions around the world, examining key trends and developments in each of the seven major continental areas and highlighting the best opportunities for future growth.
‘Packaged Food Ingredients: Regional Insights’ highlights the major drivers behind ingredient supply and demand, provides detailed analysis of the individual ingredient categories and the product categories they are used in. It also examines regional prospects, highlighting opportunities and challenges in ingredient usage.
Data coverage: market sizes (historic and forecasts), company shares, brand shares and distribution data.
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Table of Contents for this report cover:
Global Market for Packaged Food Ingredients
Asia Pacific and Middle East/Africa will show fastest growth
China and the US represent 29% of global volume
Growth will be driven by developing countries
Regional background and ingredient focus
A regional spread is essential to target multinational customers
Ingredients firms look further and further afield
Asia Pacific: Best prospects in China, India, Indonesia and Vietnam
Asia Pacific: Key drivers and impact on ingredients
Asia Pacific: Fastest growth in convenience food and snacks
Asia Pacific: Key targets for packaged food ingredients
Asia Pacific: Good growth across the ingredient spectrum
Australasia: Both markets are mature and slow growing
Australasia: Key drivers and impact on ingredients
Australasia: Sweet treats take a large share of ingredients
Australasia: Key targets for packaged food ingredients
Australasia: Growth is projected to slow in all categories
Eastern Europe: Russia and Poland should be key targets
Eastern Europe: Key drivers and impact on ingredients
Eastern Europe: Growth driven by snacking and convenience needs
Eastern Europe: Key targets for packaged food ingredients
Eastern Europe: Accelerating growth in many ingredient categories
Latin America: Brazil must be at the heart of regional strategies
Latin America: Key drivers and impact on ingredients
Latin America: Bakery is a significant focus
Latin America: Key targets for packaged food ingredients
Latin America: Varied fortunes but good growth in many areas
Middle East and Africa: Best growth in Iran and Arabian peninsula
Middle East and Africa: Key drivers and impact on ingredients
Middle East and Africa: Convenience and dairy come to the fore
Middle East and Africa: Key targets for packaged food ingredients
Middle East and Africa: Strength in depth for different ingredients
North America: Canada offers better opportunities than the US
North America: Key drivers and impact on ingredients
North America: Vast range in ingredient applications
North America: Key targets for packaged food ingredients
North America: Mature and hit by economy, but signs of recovery
Western Europe: Turkey bucks trend as some head into decline
Western Europe: Key drivers and impact on ingredients
Western Europe: Ice cream and snack bars are stand-out sectors
Western Europe: Key targets for packaged food ingredients
Western Europe: Most ingredients are slow but steady
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