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  • Ethiopia Food & Drink Q4 2018

    ... currency devaluation in October 2017 will constrain consumer purchasing power inH218. Indeed, the country's high dependence on imported food will keep inflation high. Looking ahead, we expect inflation tomoderate from our forecast of 13.8% in ... Read More

  • Global Food & Drink Q4 2018

    ... drink industry and reduce consumer spending as a whole. The perishable nature of food and drinkproducts means that it will be one of the first industries hit by the tariffs as these goods need to ... Read More

  • Netherlands Food & Drink Q4 2018

    ... 2018-2022.Having said that prospects for the country’s food and drinks sector remain largely positive featuring a dynamic, developedmarketplace with burgeoning consumer demand for healthy and value added product lines a key driver for ongoing growth. Read More

  • Oman Food & Drink Q4 2018

    ... We expect to see increasing consumer spending on food and drink, which will drive investmentin the sector over our forecast period (2018-2022). Food spending will continue to contribute significantly to the consumer basket,followed by non-alcoholic ... Read More

  • Ukraine Food & Drink Q4 2018

    ... incomes will weigh on consumer spending power in the medium term. Whilethe market holds considerable potential - holding one of the largest populations in Central and Eastern Europe - political stabilityand sustained economic development will ... Read More

  • Zambia Food & Drink Q4 2018

    ... drink sector will remain strong for both the year and across the forecast period to 2022.Our view is that sluggish growth in the agricultural sector will counteract, to some extent, the benefits from stronger mining ... Read More

  • Poland Food & Drink Q4 2018

    ... expansion of the food sector which will continue to consolidate, as the large Grocers andsupermarkets increase their presence across the country. The alcoholic drinks sector is experiencing a resurgence, withthe premiumisation of products pushing sales ... Read More

  • Singapore Food & Drink Q4 2018

    ... broadly optimistic outlook for Singapore’s food and drink industry throughoutour forecast period. We anticipate the city state’s small but wealthy population to support growth in most sectors. Furthermore,Singaporean consumers are becoming increasingly health conscious, boding ... Read More

  • United States Food & Drink Q4 2018

    ... five-year forecast period to 2022. Consumer preferences continue to shift, benefitingsmaller innovative companies who are quicker to respond to emerging convenience, online and healthy lifestyle trends. Mass-market legacy brands are under pressure due to this ... Read More

  • Belarus Food & Drink Q4 2018

    ... weakening economic outlook. We believe economically priced staple food products are expectedto retain their popularity, especially outside key urban areas. In light of unstable bilateral relationship with Russia, Belarusian food anddrink companies will increasingly seek ... Read More

  • Asia Food & Drink Q4 2018

    ... compared with the rest of the world. Increasing Westernisation anddemand for convenience has encouraged a spate of investment in the online grocery sector, led by Alibaba and JD.com inChina, and by other regional companies, such ... Read More

  • Bulgaria Food & Drink Q4 2018

    ... consumer sentiment. However, the pace of expansion will moderate inthe medium term on the back of increasingly limited gains in labour market and picking up inflation. We do not expect major shiftsin dietary preferences, but ... Read More

  • World Commodity Forecasts Food Feedstuffs and Beverages October 2018

    ... industry experts with the Economist Intelligence Unit’s world view of macroeconomic and political trends under a standard framework. It is a powerful mix, producing forecasts you can really rely on when planning and making decisions. Read More

  • Delicatessens in Australia - Industry Market Research Report

    ... size, disposition and growth of the industry including the key sensitivities and success factors. Also included are five year industry forecasts, growth rates and an analysis of the industry key players and their market shares. Read More

  • South Korea Food & Drink Q4 2018

    ... volume sales, with alcoholic drink companies like Oriental Brewery focusingon its craft offering through the acquisition of Hand & Malt Brewing Company in April 2018. Meanwhile, on the non-alcoholic drinksside, we forecast robust growth in ... Read More

  • Ireland Food & Drink Q4 2018

    ... growth will gradually slow. The non-alcoholic drinks sector will be hit by the recent sugar tax, with sales ofboth soft drinks and carbonated drinks now forecast to slow. Alcoholic drinks, particularly wine, will be the ... Read More

  • United Arab Emirates Food & Drink Q4 2018

    ... 2022. High and rising disposable incomes, coupled with increasing adoption of Westernisedconsumption patterns, means the UAE offers considerable growth opportunities, especially in food services and premiumcategories. Despite downside risks posed by new regulations, such as ... Read More

  • Israel Food & Drink Q4 2018

    ... willbe supported by a positive private consumption outlook and low inflation. We believe health-oriented and innovative food anddrinks products will outperform. A positive economic backdrop and mature market will offer opportunities forpremiumisation across the board. Read More

  • Botswana Food & Drink Q4 2018

    ... agriculture sector has slowed growth in household incomes, but overall economicprospects for the country remain high. Basic staples will remain the major constituent of household spending, but Botswana’sexpanding middle class will drive demand for modern ... Read More

  • Namibia Food & Drink Q4 2018

    ... to good rainfall willcontribute positively to economic growth over the remainder of 2018. Looking ahead, Namibia will remain an attractive market witha young population and increasing urbanisation over the remainder of our forecast period (2019-2022). Read More

  • Philippines Food & Drink Q4 2018

    ... real GDP growth and a favourable demographic outlook. We note that over the comingquarters any hit to short-term growth caused by the increased taxation on sugary drinks will begin to feed through to volumegrowth rates. Read More

  • Russia Food & Drink Q4 2018

    ... to the FIFA World Cup. The likes of Carlsberg and Coca-Cola HBC reported higher sales than expectedand in the case of the former, a return to positive growth after a -11% decline in Q118. This ... Read More

  • Hong Kong Food & Drink Q4 2018

    ... complete urbanisation of the population, will provide crucial support tospending growth. We expect premiumisation to remain an important trend in both the food and drink sectors as consumers opt tospend more on healthier products. In ... Read More

  • Italy Food & Drink Q4 2018

    ... 2022, it will remain subdued by regional standards. Food & Drink spending will follow the same pattern,with 2018 representing a low point before gradually rising during our forecast period. Slow economic growth, uncertain labourmarket and ... Read More

  • Kenya Food & Drink Q4 2018

    ... demographics, the expansion of formal retailing patterns and theincreasing affluence of the middle class target group in the country. Although staples such as rice and meat continue to account forthe majority share of spending, there ... Read More

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