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The 2006-2015 Outlook for the Ice Cream Market in Russia

104 Pages Business Statistics, LLC SKU: BSTC6729292

In 2010, demand for ice cream in Russia increased by 9%, compared to 2009, and amounted to 392 thousand tons. The surge in demand can be regarded as market recovery after unprofitable seasons of 2007-2009. In the previous years, due to the price hike for raw materials, manufacturers had to raise the price for products dramatically, which amid the economic crisis led to the decline in the sales volume.

In Russia 10 different kinds of ice cream are on sale. Ice cream cups account for the major share of the sales in volume terms (127 thousand tons) and sandwich account for the minor share (2 thousand tons).

The most expensive kind of ice cream in the Russian market is sandwich ice cream, the average price for which equals 303 rubles per kilogram. The cheapest kinds of ice cream are fruit ice (120.03 rubles per kg) and ice cream cups (128.7 rubles per kg). In 2010, the average price for 1 kilogram of ice cream amounted to 185.7 rubles.

In Russia 55.5% of the population consume ice cream. The average consumption level equals 4.8 kilograms per consumer unit annually. The average expenditures on ice cream amount to 887.3 rubles per consumer unit annually.

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