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The U.S. Cheese Market

This Packaged Facts report focuses on the $11 billion retail market for cheese, covering mass and specialty products, marketers, and outlets. Featuring extensive sales and consumer data, the report focuses on how market-defining current trends -- the return to comfort food, the marketing of cheese in more user-friendly forms and packagings, the targeting of markets such as kids and Hispanics, and the increasing adoption of more flavorful, exotic, and premium cheeses -- are helping to push dollar sales in the cheese market even higher.


Scope And Methodology

Scope of Report

The U.S. cheese market consists of a widely varied group of products that fall into the primary categories of natural cheese, processed cheese, and imitation cheese. The primary markets for these products are retail sales, foodservice, and commercial. This report covers only the retail segment of the cheese industry. The analysis focuses on sales of cheese through supermarkets and supercenters, which are the primary outlets, excluding foodservice-type sales through deli counters. Report Methodology

The information contained in this report was obtained from both primary and secondary research. Primary research entailed on-site examination of the retail milieu and consultation with industry sources. Secondary research entailed data-gathering from relevant trade, business, and government sources, including company literature. Packaged Facts has derived supermarket sales figures from Information Resources, Inc. (IRI) InfoScan sales-tracking data. Figures provided on national consumer advertising expenditures are based primarily on Competitive Media Reporting (CMR) data, as reported in the trade press. The analysis of consumer demographics derives from the Simmons Market Research Bureau consumer survey for fall 2001.

Press Release

Under Pressure from California, Wisconsin Clings to its Lead in Cheese Production

New York, June 18/PRNewswire - Wisconsin, a state that has long produced more cheese than any other in the United States, is fighting to retain its leadership in the cheese market. According to The U.S. Cheese Market, a newly published Packaged Facts report available at MarketResearch.com, California is quickly nearing a level of cheese production that would top Wisconsin’s. In the early 1990’s California overtook Wisconsin as the nation’s biggest milk producer, a development that has caused Wisconsin state officials to focus on the cheese situation with severity, investing $150 million in the expansion and addition of cheese production facilities.

It is little wonder the cheese turf war is taking on such dramatic proportions: the cheese market in the United States is an enormous industry, with national production topping 3.7 million tons in 2000 and over $11 billion in industry sales posted in 2001. The industry is also enjoying a period of considerable growth, with sales projected to exceed $14 billion in 2006 and 85% of the growth in dairy demand over the past 10 years due to increased cheese sales.

“Cheese is a hot commodity in the United States,” said Don Montuori, Acquisition Editor for Packaged Facts. “We have traditionally seen high levels of cheese consumption in this country, and now, for various reasons, the market is going through an especially intense period of growth that we don’t see tapering off for quite some time.”

The U.S. Cheese Market provides detailed information about consumer demographics, as well as distribution and marketing trends, product development, and emerging promotional campaigns. The report also includes historical sales data, as well as market projections through the year 2006.

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  • Executive Summary
    • Scope And Methodology
      • Scope Of Report
      • Report Methodology
    • The Products
      • Cheese Manufacturing
      • Three Primary Categories
      • Reduced-Fat Cheeses
      • The "American" Tradition
      • Gourmet And Specialty Cheese
      • Diverse Regulatory Market
      • Packaging And Convenience
    • The Market
      • U.S. Cheese Production And Consumption At 3.9 Million Tons
      • Retail Market At $11.1 Billion In 2001
        • Table U.S. Retail Sales Of Cheese By Category, 1997-2006
      • Supermarket Sales At $8.9 Billion
      • Breakdown Of Supermarket Sales
      • Consumption On Upward Track
      • Retail Sales To Reach $14.1 Billion By 2006
    • The Marketers
      • Four Tiers Of Marketers
      • Private Label At 36% Of Natural Cheese Sales
      • Kraft At 55% Of Processed Cheese
      • Galaxy At 65% Of Imitation Cheese
      • The Kraft Plateau
    • Marketing And Retail Dynamics
      • The Power Of Association
      • Targeting The Hispanic Community
      • 388 New Skus In 2001
      • $140 Million In Advertising Expenditures
      • Skew To Value-Added Products
      • Supermarkets At 81% Of Sales
      • Supercenter Competition
      • Getting Direct
    • The Consumer
      • 79% Penetration Level For American Cheese
      • Basic Consumer Patterns
      • Demographic Overview For American Cheese
      • Demographic Overview For Natural Cheese
  • The Products
    • Introduction
      • Scope Of Market
      • The Discovery Of Cheese
      • Cheese And The Continent
      • Cheese In America
      • Cheese And The 20Th Century
      • Cheese Manufacturing: Still Curds And Whey
      • Variables In Manufacturing
      • Varieties Of Milk
    • Classifications Of Cheese
      • Three Primary Categories
      • Processed Cheese
      • Imitation Cheese
      • Reduced-Fat Cheese: Labels For Less
      • Classification By Process
      • Taking The Cure
      • Seasonal Cheeses
    • Cheese Heritage And Pedigree
      • The "American" Tradition
      • The Artisan Alternative
      • South Of The Border Influence
      • Old Country Tradition
      • Gourmet And Specialty Cheese
    • The Regulatory Environment
      • Diverse Regulatory Market
      • Import Quotas And Duties
      • Role Of Fda And Usda
      • The Fda And Food Standards
      • Dairy Price Support Programs
      • Soft Cheese Advisory
      • Raw Milk Controversy
      • Filtered Milk Controversy
      • From Niche To National: Usda Organic Standards
      • Rbgh And Gmos
    • Packaging And Labeling
      • Packaging Basics
      • Added Convenience
      • Other Packaging Priorities
      • Most Cheese Requires Refrigeration
  • The Market
    • Market Size And Growth
      • U.S. Cheese Production And Consumption At 3.9 Million Tons
        • Table U.S. Production Of Cheese, 1997-2002
        • Table U.S. Consumption Of Cheese, 1997-2002
      • Per Capita Consumption Of Natural Cheese At 32.5 Pounds
        • Table U.S. Per Capita Consumption Of Cheese, 1990-2000
      • Retail Market At $11.1 Billion In 2001
        • Table U.S. Retail Sales Of Cheese, 1997-2001
      • Natural Cheese Category At $8.2 Billion
        • Table U.S. Retail Sales Of Cheese By Category, 1997 Vs. 2001
      • Supermarket Sales At $8.9 Billion
      • Supermarket Sales Of Natural Cheese At $6.5 Billion
        • Table U.S. Supermarket Sales Of Cheese By Product Category, 1997-2001
      • Cheese Imports At $686 Million
        • Table U.S. Imports And Exports Of Cheese, 1997-2001
    • Market Composition
      • 99.5% Of Cheese Volume Is Domestic
      • Wisconsin At 24% Of U.S. Cheese Production
        • Table Top Five Cheese-Manufacturing States By Volume, 1996-2000
      • Domestic-Style Natural Cheeses At 39% Of Consumption
      • Cheddar Leads In Consumption At 10 Pounds
        • Table U.S. Per Capita Consumption Of Natural Cheese By Variety, 1990 Vs. 2000
      • Branded Cheese At 68% Of Supermarket Sales
      • Full-Fat Cheese At 82% Of Market
      • Natural Cheese At 74% Of Retail Sales
      • Processed Cheese At 27% Share In Supermarkets
      • Chunk Cheese At 32% Of Sales
      • Chunk/Sliced Natural Cheese At 29% Of Sales
        • Table Share Of U.S. Supermarket Sales Of Cheese By Product Type, 1997 Vs. 2001
      • Shredded Cheese At 19% Of Sales
      • Cheddar At 28% Of Natural Cheese Sales
      • Supermarkets Corner 81% Of Retail Market
      • 30% Of Cheese Consumers Are Daily Users
      • 85% Of Southern Households Use American Cheese
        • Table Regionality Of Purchasing By Cheese Type, 2001
      • African-Americans And Hispanics Are Prime Consumers
        • Table Household Usage Of Cheese By Race/Ethnicity: American Vs. Natural, 2001
      • Key Age Bracket Is 35-44
        • Table Household Usage Of Cheese By Adult Age Bracket: American Vs. Natural, 2001
      • Children And Cheese Consumption
        • Table Household Usage Of Cheese By Household Size: American Vs. Natural, 2001
        • Table Household Usage Of Cheese By Age Of Children: American Vs. Natural, 2001
    • Factors To Market Growth
      • Consumption On Upward Track
      • Keeping The Message On Cheese
      • Hispanics In The Spotlight
      • Feeding The New Product Streamlet Me
      • Natural Cheese At Center Stage
      • Sales Growth In Snack And Kids' Cheeses
      • The Specialty Cheese Revolution
      • Sales Growth In Flavored Cheese
      • Eyeing The Gift Food Industry
      • 20%-Plus Growth For Organics
      • Mixed Prospects For Reduced-Fat And Other Alternatives
      • Flat Horizon For American Cheese
      • Mixed Blessings From Private Label
    • Projected Market Growth
      • Retail Sales To Reach $14.1 Billion By 2006
        • Table Projected U.S. Retail Sales Of Cheese, 2001-2006
      • Natural Cheese At $10.9 Billion In 2006
        • Table Projected U.S. Sales Of Cheese By Product Category, 2001-2006
  • The Marketers
    • Marketer Overview
      • Marketers Widely Varied
      • Kraft And Private Label
      • The Second Tier
      • The Third Tier
      • Smaller And Specialized Marketers
        • Table The U.S. Market For Cheese: Selected Marketers And Brands Part 1
        • Table The U.S. Market For Cheese: Selected Marketers And Brands Part 2
        • Table The U.S. Market For Cheese: Selected Marketers And Brands Part 3
        • Table The U.S. Market For Cheese: Selected Marketers And Brands Part 4
        • Table The U.S. Market For Cheese: Selected Marketers And Brands Part 5
        • Table The U.S. Market For Cheese: Selected Marketers And Brands Part 6
    • Marketer Shares
      • Kraft And Private Label Combine For 70% Share
      • Kraft Leads With 38% Share
      • Private Label a Strong Second
      • Second-Tier Marketers
      • Private Label At 36% Of Natural Cheese Sales
      • Kraft At 55% Of Processed Cheese
      • Galaxy At 65% Of Imitation Cheese
        • Table Top U.S. Marketers Of Cheese By Supermarket Sales, 2001 (Percent And Dollars): 17 Marketers, Private Label, Other
        • Table Top U.S. Marketers Of Natural Cheese By Supermarket Sales, 2001 (Percent And Dollars): 14 Marketers, Private Label, Other
        • Table Top U.S. Marketers Of Natural (Not Shredded) Cheese By Supermarket Sales, 2001 (Percent And Dollars): 19 Marketers, Private Label
        • Table Top U.S. Marketers Of Shredded Natural Cheese By Supermarket Sales, 2001 (Percent And Dollars): 6 Marketers, Private Label
        • Table Top U.S. Marketers Of Cottage Cheese By Supermarket Sales, 2001 (Percent And Dollars): 7 Marketers, Private Label
        • Table Top U.S. Marketers Of Cream Cheese By Supermarket Sales, 2001 (Percent And Dollars): 2 Marketers, Private Label
        • Table Top U.S. Marketers Of Shelf-Stable Grated Cheese By Supermarket Sales, 2001 (Percent And Dollars): 5 Marketers, Private Label
        • Table Top U.S. Marketers Of Ricotta Cheese By Supermarket Sales, 2001 (Percent And Dollars): 7 Marketers, Private Label
        • Table Top U.S. Marketers Of Refrigerated Grated Cheese By Supermarket Sales, 2001 (Percent And Dollars): 10 Marketers, Private Label
        • Table Top U.S. Marketers Of Processed Cheese By Supermarket Sales, 2001 (Percent And Dollars): 6 Marketers, Private Label, Other
        • Table Top U.S. Marketers Of American Processed Cheese By Supermarket Sales, 2001 (Percent And Dollars): 4 Marketers, Private Label
        • Table Top U.S. Marketers Of Other Processed Cheese By Supermarket Sales, 2001 (Percent And Dollars): 4 Marketers, Private Label
        • Table Top U.S. Marketers Of Cheese Spreads/Balls By Supermarket Sales, 2001 (Percent And Dollars): 5 Marketers, Private Label
        • Table Top U.S. Marketers Of Aerosol/Squeezable Cheese Spreads By Supermarket Sales, 2001 (Percent And Dollars): Kraft, Private Label
        • Table Top U.S. Marketers Of Processed Shredded Cheese By Supermarket Sales, 2001 (Percent And Dollars): Kraft, Park Cheese, Private Label
        • Table Top U.S. Marketers Of Imitation Cheese By Supermarket Sales, 2001 (Percent And Dollars): 2 Marketers, Private Label, Other
    • The Competitive Situation
      • The Kraft Plateau
      • Private Label Comes Into Its Own
      • Consolidation And Cooperation
      • Mergers And Acquisitions In Imitation Cheese Category
      • Liquidation Of Suprema Specialties
      • Specialty Cheesemakers On The Rise
    • Competitive Profile: Bel/Kaukauna Usa, Inc. (Fromageries Bel, S.A.)
      • Corporate Overview
      • Mixed Sales Results
      • Growth Through Acquisitions
    • Competitive Profile: Cabot Creamery (Agri-Mark, Inc.)
      • Corporate Overview
      • The Flavor King
    • Competitive Profile: Cacique Usa (Cacique, Inc.)
      • Corporate Overview
      • Product Lines
      • Distribution Concentrated To Hispanic Population
      • Settlement With Stella Foods
      • From Humble Roots To High Tech
    • Competitive Profile: Crystal Farms (Michael Foods, Inc.)
      • Corporate Overview
      • The Formula: Dsd + Value Pricing
      • Sales Growth Across Segments
    • Competitive Profile: Dairy Farmers Of America (Dfa)
      • Corporate Overview
      • Borden Unburdens Dairy Division
      • Borden And Beyond
    • Competitive Profile: Galaxy Nutritional Foods, Inc.
      • Corporate Overview
      • Brand Lines
      • Product Introductions
      • Pizza Roots And Extensions
    • Competitive Profile: Horizon Organic Dairy (Horizon Organic Holding Corp.)
      • Corporate Overview
      • Organic Options
      • ``You Are What You Drink'' Campaign
    • Competitive Profile: Kraft Foods, Inc. (Philip Morris Cos., Inc.)
      • Corporate Overview
      • 100 Major Brands
      • American Cheese At One-Third Of Supermarket Sales
      • Decline In Cheese Sales
      • The Wal-Mart Factor
      • New Product Philosophy
      • Marketing Initiatives
    • Competitive Profile: Land O'Lakes, Inc.
      • Corporate Overview
      • The History Of Land O'Lakes
      • Current Cheese Line-Up
      • $30 Million ``Simple Goodness'' Campaign
    • Competitive Profile: National Dairy Holdings L.P.
      • Corporate Overview
      • History Of Heluva Good
      • Current Cheese Line-Up
    • Competitive Profile: Saputo, Inc.
      • Corporate Overview
      • Growth Through Acquisitions
      • The Rise And Fall Of Estrella
      • Retail, Foodservice, And Industrial Distributors
      • Sales And Launches
    • Competitive Profile: Sargento Foods, Inc.
      • Corporate Overview
      • Staking a Claim With Shredded
      • Sargento In The 1990s
      • Current Cheese Line-Up
      • Carving Out a Section For Sliced
      • A Recall To Forget
      • Slide-Rite To Spur Shredded Sales
      • Launch Of Sargento Reserve
    • Competitive Profile: Sorrento Lactalis, Inc./Lactalis Usa, Inc. (Groupe Lactalis)
      • Corporate Overview
      • The Italian Connection
      • Sorrento Product Development And Marketing
      • The French Connection
    • Competitive Profile: Tillamook County Creamery Association
      • Corporate Overview
      • Overview Of Operations
      • Product Line-Up
      • Tillamook For Latinos
  • Marketing And Retail Dynamics
    • Marketing And New Product Trends
      • The Power Of Association
      • Targeting The Hispanic Community
      • 388 New Skus In 2001
      • Resealable And Sales Growth
      • Snack Power
      • Mixing It Up
      • It's The Flavor
      • Provenance And Pedigree
      • Accentuating The Positive
      • Beyond Cheese
        • Table The U.S. Market For Cheese: Selected New Product Introductions, 2001-Spring 2002 Part 1
        • Table The U.S. Market For Cheese: Selected New Product Introductions, 2001-Spring 2002 Part 2
        • Table The U.S. Market For Cheese: Selected New Product Introductions, 2001-Spring 2002 Part 3
        • Table The U.S. Market For Cheese: Selected New Product Introductions, 2001-Spring 2002 Part 4
        • Table The U.S. Market For Cheese: Selected New Product Introductions, 2001-Spring 2002 Part 5
        • Table The U.S. Market For Cheese: Selected New Product Introductions, 2001-Spring 2002 Part 6
    • Consumer Advertising And Promotion
      • $140 Million In Advertising Expenditures
      • Kraft Advertising At $63 Million
      • $40 Million For Powering Up Cheese
      • Sargento And Land O'Lakes At $7.9 Million Advertising Level
      • Cheese Ads a Feast For The Eyes
      • Skew To Value-Added Products
      • The Shape Of Snacking
      • Focus On Flavor
      • Delivering On Calcium
      • Cashing In Coupons
      • Recipes Included
      • All Together Now
      • Sweepstakes And Merchandise Offers
      • Kraft's Meltaway And Play Promotion
      • For Women And Moms
      • For Hispanic Consumers
      • Samples Of Consumer Advertising
    • Trade Advertising And Promotion
      • Trade Ads: Products On Parade
      • Trade Promotions
      • The Trade Show Arena
    • Retail Trends
      • Distribution Networks
      • Supermarkets At 81% Of Sales
      • Cheese Buyers Average $68.59 In Category Spending
      • Supporting The Cheese Category
      • Cross-Sector Competition
      • The Name Brand Vs. Private-Label Battle
      • Supermarket Margins Average 37%
      • Average Supermarket Cheese Price At $3.43 a Pound
      • Retail Pricing: Skus And Samplers
      • Getting Direct
        • Table Share Of U.S. Supermarket Sales Of Cheese By Product Type: Branded Vs. Private Label, 2001
        • Table U.S. Supermarket Average Cheese Prices Per Pound By Product Type: Overall Vs. Private Label, 2001
        • Table U.S. Supermarket Cheese Pricing By Product Type: Private-Label Percentage Of Average Price, 2001
        • Table The U.S. Market For Cheese: Representative Retail Prices, 2002
  • The Consumer
    • Consumer Overview
      • Note On Simmons Market Research Bureau Data
      • 79% Penetration Level For American Cheese
      • Basic Consumer Patterns
        • Table Demographic Characteristics Favoring Use Of Cheese By Type: American Cheese, 2001
        • Table Demographic Characteristics Favoring Use Of Cheese By Type: Natural Cheese, 2001
        • Table Demographic Characteristics Favoring Use Of Cheese By Type: Cream Cheese, 2001
        • Table Demographic Characteristics Favoring Use Of Cheese By Type: Grated Cheese, 2001
        • Table Demographic Characteristics Favoring Use Of Cheese By Type: Cottage Cheese, 2001
        • Table Demographic Characteristics Favoring Use Of Cheese By Type: Spreadable Cheese, 2001
    • Consumer Focus: American Cheese
      • 31% Of Households Are Heavy Users Of American Cheese
      • Half Of Households Prefer Individually Wrapped Slices
      • Kraft's Main Competitor Is Private Label
        • Table Demographic Characteristics Favoring Heavy Use Of American Cheese, 2001
        • Table Demographic Characteristics Favoring Use Of American Cheese By Form Most Often Used: Individually Wrapped Slices, 2001
        • Table Demographic Characteristics Favoring Use Of American Cheese By Form Most Often Used: Chunk/Loaf/Block/Wedge, 2001
        • Table Demographic Characteristics Favoring Use Of American Cheese By Form Most Often Used: Pre-Shredded, 2001
        • Table Demographic Characteristics Favoring Use Of American Cheese By Form Most Often Used: Other Pre-Sliced, 2001
        • Table Demographic Characteristics Favoring Use Of American Cheese By Brand Most Often Used: Any Kraft, 2001
        • Table Demographic Characteristics Favoring Use Of American Cheese By Brand Most Often Used: Kraft Singles, 2001
        • Table Demographic Characteristics Favoring Use Of American Cheese By Brand Most Often Used: Kraft Deluxe, 2001
        • Table Demographic Characteristics Favoring Use Of American Cheese By Brand Most Often Used: Kraft Velveeta, 2001
        • Table Demographic Characteristics Favoring Use Of American Cheese By Brand Most Often Used: Borden, 2001
        • Table Demographic Characteristics Favoring Use Of American Cheese By Brand Most Often Used: Land O'Lakes, 2001
        • Table Demographic Characteristics Favoring Use Of American Cheese By Brand Most Often Used: Private Label, 2001
    • Consumer Focus: Natural Cheese
      • Upscale Profile For Chunk And Bulk Cheeses
      • 48% Of Households Most Often Use Cheddar
      • Closer Rivalry Among Natural Cheese Brands
        • Table Demographic Characteristics Favoring Use Of Natural Cheese By Form Most Often Used: Wedge/Chunk/Stick, 2001
        • Table Demographic Characteristics Favoring Use Of Natural Cheese By Form Most Often Used: Pre-Shredded, 2001
        • Table Demographic Characteristics Favoring Use Of Natural Cheese By Form Most Often Used: Pre-Sliced, 2001
        • Table Demographic Characteristics Favoring Use Of Natural Cheese By Form Most Often Used: Bulk, 2001
        • Table Demographic Characteristics Favoring Use Of Natural Cheese By Form Most Often Used: String, 2001
        • Table Demographic Characteristics Favoring Use Of Natural Cheese By Form Most Often Used: Ball/Log, 2001
        • Table Demographic Characteristics Favoring Use Of Natural Cheese By Form Most Often Used: Round, 2001
        • Table Demographic Characteristics Favoring Use Of Natural Cheese By Form Most Often Used: Miniature Waxed/Wrapped, 2001
        • Table Demographic Characteristics Favoring Use Of Natural Cheese By Kind Most Often Used: Cheddar, 2001
        • Table Demographic Characteristics Favoring Use Of Natural Cheese By Kind Most Often Used: Mozzarella, 2001
        • Table Demographic Characteristics Favoring Use Of Natural Cheese By Kind Most Often Used: Swiss, 2001
        • Table Demographic Characteristics Favoring Use Of Natural Cheese By Kind Most Often Used: Colby, 2001
        • Table Demographic Characteristics Favoring Use Of Natural Cheese By Kind Most Often Used: Monterey Jack, 2001
        • Table Demographic Characteristics Favoring Use Of Natural Cheese By Kind Most Often Used: Ricotta, 2001
        • Table Demographic Characteristics Favoring Use Of Natural Cheese By Kind Most Often Used: Blue Cheese, 2001
        • Table Demographic Characteristics Favoring Use Of Natural Cheese By Kind Most Often Used: Muenster, 2001
        • Table Demographic Characteristics Favoring Use Of Natural Cheese By Kind Most Often Used: Provolone, 2001
        • Table Demographic Characteristics Favoring Use Of Natural Cheese By Kind Most Often Used: Brie/Camembert, 2001
        • Table Demographic Characteristics Favoring Use Of Natural Cheese By Kind Most Often Used: Gouda, 2001
        • Table Demographic Characteristics Favoring Use Of Natural Cheese By Kind Most Often Used: Havarti, 2001
        • Table Demographic Characteristics Favoring Use Of Natural Cheese By Brand Most Often Used: Kraft, 2001
        • Table Demographic Characteristics Favoring Use Of Natural Cheese By Brand Most Often Used: Cracker Barrel, 2001
        • Table Demographic Characteristics Favoring Use Of Natural Cheese By Brand Most Often Used: Sargento, 2001
        • Table Demographic Characteristics Favoring Use Of Natural Cheese By Brand Most Often Used: Land O'Lakes, 2001
        • Table Demographic Characteristics Favoring Use Of Natural Cheese By Brand Most Often Used: Sorrento, 2001
        • Table Demographic Characteristics Favoring Use Of Natural Cheese By Brand Most Often Used: Polly-O, 2001
        • Table Demographic Characteristics Favoring Use Of Natural Cheese By Brand Most Often Used: Heluva Good, 2001
  • Addresses Of Selected Marketers And Industry Organizations
    • Industry Organizations

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