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Consumer and Market Insights: Ice Cream Market in Denmark

Consumer and Market Insights: Ice Cream Market in Denmark

Summary

This report brings together consumer insight and market data to provide a comprehensive brief of Denmark’s Ice Cream market. This allows for the rapid identification of key growth opportunities across major Ice Cream categories and their packaging.

Key Findings

The Ice Cream market in Denmark is forecast to register low growth in local currency terms during the period 2014-2019.

Artisanal Ice Cream is the largest category by value while Take-home and Bulk Ice Cream is the most consumed product in volume terms in the Danish Ice Cream market.

Impulse Ice Cream - Single Serve is forecast to be the fastest growing category in terms of both off-trade and on-trade value and volume during 2014-2019.

Paper & Board is the most used packaging material in 2014 in the Danish Ice Cream market

Frisko - Others, Magnum, Daim, and Ryals are the leading brands in the Ice Cream market in Denmark

Synopsis

Rise in GDP per capita will provide opportunities for increased consumption in the Ice Cream market in Denmark. The market is forecast to register low growth in local currency terms during the period 2014-2019. The Impulse Ice Cream - Single Serve category is forecast to register fastest growth in the off-trade sales. Artisanal Ice Cream is the largest category in terms of on-trade sales during the forecast period.

Reasons To Buy

This overview of the Ice Cream Market in Denmark allows new entrants and established companies to gain rapid and comprehensive insight into market value and volume, category analysis, brand shares, distribution channel data, and packaging.


Country Context
Market Overview
Retail Landscape and Key Distribution Channels
Packaging
Brand Share
Appendix

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