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The report from which this Executive Summary is compiled is for Italian Food in the U.S., and the full study abstract is as follows: The Italian food market is still in recovery from the effects of low carb, but consumers are returning to their pastas and pizza, especially to products that offer the promise of good carbs. Sales for Italian food reached $11.9 billion in 2006, growing 3% over the 2005 level of $11.5 billion. However, sales in certain channels are flat, such as the classic supermarket retail format.
This updated Packaged Facts report, Italian Food in the U.S., takes an in-depth look at these major trends that will continue to spur this market to nearly $14 billion by 2011, on the strength of functional and fortified foods; convenience products for smaller households and busy households; and premium and authentic products and ingredients.
This new report from Packaged Facts provides details on the U.S. Italian foods market, which is defined as including pasta, sauce, pizza and pizza products, and cheese, with breakdowns by category, segment, and product. You will find profiles of the top producers and marketers, comprehensive market share data on leading brands and products as well as advertising and marketing dynamics. In addition, the consumer is profiled to give a detailed demographic picture of usage preferences. Finally, an in-depth analysis of current trends and future prospects for growth is presented with projections through 2011.