Pasta, Bread & Rice Market Research Reports & Industry Analysis

Pasta, breads, and rice are dietary staples internationally. Pasta includes commercially produced brands of dry domestic and imported Italian pasta, as well as "fresh-dried" handmade dry pasta and refrigerated pasta that is moist rather than dry. Popular pasta shapes include flat noodles that are cut from sheets of pasta, such as fettuccine, linguine, and angel hair, and stuffed pastas such as ravioli and tortellini.

Popular types of loaf bread include white, whole wheat, whole grain, French, Italian, pumpernickel and rye, potato, sourdough, and artisan. Flatbreads include the popular Middle-Eastern style pita as well as the Latin American tortilla.

The explosive popularity of rice-based cuisines is fueling interest in a number of rices encompassing a wide range of textures, tastes, shapes, and colors. There are reputedly some 80,000 varieties of rice in the world. Some of these varieties are: Arborio rice, a short-grain Italian white rice with a high starch content, typically used to make risotto; Basmati, an aromatic white rice from India, with long, tender grains; Bomba, a short-grained rice from Spain; Carnaroli, the highest-quality variety of Italian rice; Jasmine rice, an aromatic, long-grained white rice grown in Thailand; Red rice, a short- or medium-grained rice with a reddish color and earthy flavor; and Valencia rice, a Spanish rice used to make paella.

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Pasta, Bread & Rice Industry Research & Market Reports

  • Rice, Pasta and Noodles in Malaysia

    ... outside of their homes. Consumers can easily obtain food near to their homes at affordable prices from vendors such as hawkers and mamak stalls. Indeed, having spent so long confined to their homes during the ... Read More

  • Staple Foods in Morocco

    ... sensitive during the harsh economic conditions, they are constantly lured by low prices and discount offers – which favours sales of cheap domestic brands. Within this environment, the parallel market of unpackaged loose products continues ... Read More

  • Rice, Pasta and Noodles in Morocco

    ... cut their spending on non-essential, more expensive food, such as noodles. Furthermore, the large lower-income consumer base sees pasta as a luxury product and, therefore, has reverted back to the staple traditional food of bread ... Read More

  • Staple Foods in Malaysia

    ... shortage of grain imports and the re-routing of shipping, while manufacturers have needed to pay high shipping fees for imported raw materials. This has impacted the availability and prices of imported products, particularly in breakfast ... Read More

  • Rice, Pasta and Noodles in Azerbaijan

    ... including students and blue collar workers. As a result, the category record positive, moderate growth in 2022 with Mareven Food Central remaining the sales leader with its brands Rollton, Big Bon, Petra. Euromonitor International's Rice, ... Read More

  • Rice, Pasta and Noodles in Bolivia

    ... many other countries, Bolivia is not experiencing high inflation as a result of the energy crisis stemming from the war in Ukraine. This is because booming oil prices have protected the economy somewhat. All the ... Read More

  • Rice, Pasta and Noodles in Bosnia and Herzegovina

    ... due to inflationary pressure will result in a strong performance in current value terms. Pasta and rice make up the bulk of sales in the category whilst noodles has a limited presence in Bosnia and ... Read More

  • Rice, Pasta and Noodles in Bulgaria

    ... COVID-19 and increased cooking time at home. However, the 2022 category growth is driven by increases in pasta and rice consumption, with the overall noodles category set to witness a decline. Declining noodle categories like ... Read More

  • Rice, Pasta and Noodles in Denmark

    ... dynamic growth seen in 2020. As consumers return to mor active lives they are consuming fewer meals at home and so are eating less rice, pasta and noodles. Nonetheless, demand has also been negatively impacted ... Read More

  • Rice, Pasta and Noodles in Ecuador

    ... as much a factor as in other countries, as booming oil prices protect the economy to an extent from the negative effects of the war in Ukraine, this is not true across the board. Russia ... Read More

  • Rice, Pasta and Noodles in Estonia

    ... also more affordable than pasta dishes in foodservice outlets and so Estonians are more inclined to purchase the former. The growth of pasta sauces is also stimulating the pasta category again providing a convenient meal ... Read More

  • Rice, Pasta and Noodles in Finland

    ... Following the lifting of restrictions and opening of foodservice, in 2022, normalisation is seen in retail volume terms. However, unit prices are set to see hefty growth due to increasing production, transportation costs, and inflation. ... Read More

  • Staple Foods in Bolivia

    ... experiencing soaring inflation, and the main factor contributing to the muted volume sales is that with society opening up again post pandemic lockdowns, consumers are eating in restaurants again. A fixed currency exchange rate is ... Read More

  • Staple Foods in Bosnia and Herzegovina

    ... to rebound from the pandemic with full sales recovery expected to occur in 2024. On balance, however, this is the one of the best annual performances of the staple food category in this review period. ... Read More

  • Staple Foods in Bulgaria

    ... 2021, following a suppressed dynamic of retailing prices during the pandemic, and continued supply and logistics problems. Inflation then continued to accelerate in the first half of 2022 as the Russian invasion of Ukraine led ... Read More

  • Staple Foods in Denmark

    ... foods witnessed a reversal of fortunes in 2021 as the government eased its COVID-19 measures and consumers spent less time at home. The return to pre-pandemic consumption habits and the need for convenience/on-the-go options has ... Read More

  • Staple Foods in Ecuador

    ... soaring inflation and the main factor contributing to the retail volume decline is that with society opening up again post pandemic lockdowns, consumers are eating in restaurants again. Though prices are rising, due to the ... Read More

  • Rice, Pasta and Noodles in Ireland

    ... especially the case for noodles, as several imported, widely distributed brands were recalled from the landscape. This includes Acecook Vietnam and Lucky Me! Instant Pancit Canton Noodles, with both being recalled due to unauthorised usage ... Read More

  • Staple Foods in Ireland

    ... While smaller companies suffered from the lack of imported raw materials, larger retailers chose to sign a deal with local suppliers to shorten the supply chain. The low availability of affordable wheat has had a ... Read More

  • Staple Foods in Israel

    ... increased in 2022, which has had a strong impact on the packaged food landscape, with production costs rising. While local consumers protested when major players announced price hikes, smaller companies, like Neto, increased prices without ... Read More

  • Rice, Pasta and Noodles in Belgium

    ... in 2020 and 2021, when consumers were stockpiling staples including rice, pasta and noodles, due to the outbreak of COVID-19 and lengthier periods spent in the home. As COVID-19 restrictions have loosened, consumers no longer ... Read More

  • Rice, Pasta and Noodles in Croatia

    ... lockdown restrictions. Pasta is one of the most popular meals in Croatia (especially the western side of the country which is close to Italy), partly because pasta is a convenient food to prepare. With Croatians ... Read More

  • Rice, Pasta and Noodles in Greece

    ... rice, pasta and noodles rose significantly during 2020 when Greeks were confined to the home during the COVID-19 pandemic and ensuing lockdowns. As life resumes a sense of normalcy in 2022 and consumers spend more ... Read More

  • Rice, Pasta and Noodles in Hungary

    ... insufficient stocks in retail stores, partly due to disruptions to logistics chains, despite instant noodle-producing factories in Hungary. Moreover, supply shortages, higher energy and fertiliser prices, blocked logistic routes due to the War in Ukraine ... Read More

  • Rice, Pasta and Noodles in Israel

    ... products, even the cheaper brands' prices are rising, leading many to reduce the frequency of their purchases. This caused a fall in volume sales in 2022, while there was a rise in current retail value ... Read More

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