Latin America Food & Drink Report Q2 2018

Latin America Food & Drink Report Q2 2018

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An improving outlook for consumers in Latin America will support growth in food and drink spending over our forecastperiod to 2022, continuing the recovery seen in 2017 after a weak economic environment across the region over 2015/2016.Stronger economic activity and rising disposable incomes will support expansion opportunities for both staples and premium foodand drink products for most markets in the region, although we caution that the popularity of discounters will maintain pressure onmargins. Since our Q118 update, we have taken the decision to remove Venezuela from our Latin America food and drink forecasts,due to the country's ongoing economic crisis, as the effects of hyperinflation give an inaccurate representation of the consumptionoutlook for the country.

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Industry Forecast
Consumer Outlook
Industry Risk/Reward Index
Latin America Food & Drink (Food & Non-Alcoholic Drinks) Risk/Reward Index
Latin America Food & Drink (Alcoholic Drinks) Risk/Reward Index
Industry Trend Analysis
Key Themes For Food And Drink In 2018
Alcohol Majors Snap Up Premium Tequila Brands
Brazil's Consumer Demographics Hold So Much Potential
Food And Drink: Convenience And Healthification For An Ageing, Urban Population
Company Trend Analysis
Coca-Cola Pushes Stevia-Sweetened Soda To Evade Sugar Taxes
Company Profile
Companhia Brasileira De DistribuiĆ§Ć£o
Concha Y Toro
Grupo Bimbo
Heineken Brasil
Food & Drink Glossary

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