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Cameroon Food & Drink Report Q1 2018

Cameroon Food & Drink Report Q1 2018

BMI View: The outlook is broadly positive for the food and drink retail market in Cameroon. The country is experiencing solid economic growth which will result in rising employment and income rates, in turn, boosting spending on food and drinks from a growing middle class. That being said, poverty remains widespread (around a quarter of the population lives below the poverty line) which will continue to restrict growth potential and leave the market heavily reliant on basic staples.


BMI Industry View
Latest Updates And Industry Developments
Industry Forecast
Food
Latest Updates
Structural Trends
Table: Food Sales (Cameroon 2014-2021)
Drink
Latest Updates
Structural Trends
Table: Total Alcoholic Drinks Spending And Consumption (Cameroon 2014-2021)
Table: Non-Alcoholic Drinks Sales (Cameroon 2014-2021)
Mass Grocery Retail
Latest Updates
Structural Trends
Industry Risk Reward Index
SSA Food & Drink (Alcoholic Drinks) Risk/Reward Index
SSA Food & Drink (Food & Non-Alcoholic Drinks) Risk/Reward Index
Market Overview
West & Central Africa Market Overview
Recent Developments
Market Drivers And Trends
Food
Drinks
Mass Grocery Retail
Demographic Forecast
Table: Population Headline Indicators (Cameroon 1990-2025)
Table: Key Population Ratios (Cameroon 1990-2025)
Table: Urban/Rural Population & Life Expectancy (Cameroon 1990-2025)
Table: Population By Age Group (Cameroon 1990-2025)
Table: Population By Age Group % (Cameroon 1990-2025)
Glossary
Food & Drink
Mass Grocery Retail
Methodology
Food & Drink (Non-Alcoholic Drinks) Risk/Reward Index
Table: Food & Drink (Alcoholic Drinks) Risk/Reward Index, Indicators
Food & Drink (Alcoholic Drinks) Risk/Reward Index
Table: Food & Drink (Alcoholic Drinks) Risk/Reward Index, Indicators

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