Total volume sales of soup declined by 1%, falling to 3,100 tonnes in 2017. The major reason for the decline is that the category is mature. Combined with already high consumption rates, players have not been able to generate growth. One aspect that has shaped soup is the health trend, which intensified in 2017. Soup itself is in a relatively decent position in terms of health trends, as it is traditionally considered to be a healthy option, while the calorie content per meal is rather low. Howe...
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