Region: Africa
Category: Food

Africa Food

(1834 reports matching your criteria)
  • Traditional Grocery Retailers in Algeria

    ... quality, cheaper brands. There was also supply issues throughout the year, especially in more isolated parts of the country, as companies found it difficult to transport goods across the country due to difficulties transporting goods ... Read More

  • Modern Grocery Retailers in Algeria

    ... of COVID-19, including higher inflation. However, it was one of the best performing retailers and has continued to win value share from traditional grocery retailers. Last year’s highest performers were forecourts, but with people driving ... Read More

  • Traditional Grocery Retailers in South Africa

    ... In addition, larger stores also benefited from offering more goods under one roof, with consumers keen to reduce the number of store visits they took in 2020, further reducing any unnecessary contact with others. As ... Read More

  • Retailing in South Africa

    ... initial regulations had a disastrous impact on the economy, leading to a rising unemployment rate, lower spending confidence and shrinking disposable incomes. The lack of liquidity compelled smaller retailers and restaurants to close indefinitely, while ... Read More

  • Snack Food in South Africa (2020) – Market Sizes

    ... size comprises sales through all retail channels including direct to consumer. Market size for Snack Food in South Africa is given in ZAR and tonne with a minimum of five years' historical data. Market Forecast ... Read More

  • Food and Drink E-Commerce in South Africa

    ... such as tinned food and non-perishable goods was seen. This led to an increased demand of food and drink, boosting growth for food and drink e-commerce throughout the year. In addition, with many consumers wary ... Read More

  • Supermarkets in South Africa

    ... that they would have to isolate for a period of time, and need a higher quantity of goods within the home. As such, in March 2020, stockpiling of products across hygiene and personal care was ... Read More

  • Naturally Healthy Beverages in Morocco

    ... of NH beverages which many consumers have been migrating to since the outbreak of the virus. NH beverages has also been benefiting from the growing health and wellness trend which has gained traction in response ... Read More

  • Naturally Healthy Packaged Food in Morocco

    ... diseases. The consumption of some products was emphasised to prevent such issues, which benefited naturally healthy food and boosted the appeal of locally produced unprocessed packaged food. In response to the outbreak of COVID-19, NH ... Read More

  • Health and Wellness in Morocco

    ... expected to largely benefit from the pandemic, with most product areas seeing increased demand. In contrast, BFY beverages is expected to see declining current value sales. The main reason for this is that consumers have ... Read More

  • Better For You Beverages in Morocco

    ... follow a healthier lifestyle, and are aware of the benefits of reducing sugar. Even among consumers who did not adapt to healthy eating habits, whenever they had the choice of either drinking better for you ... Read More

  • Fortified/Functional Beverages in Morocco

    ... beverages due to the progressively hectic and active lifestyles which promote demand for the product area. Naturally, this trend has been somewhat interrupted due to lockdown and the other regulations implemented to contain the spread ... Read More

  • Fortified/Functional Packaged Food in Morocco

    ... has gathered pace in response to the pandemic which has led consumers to favour offerings within FF packaged food. Likewise, the reinforced natural function of ingredients or added nutritive benefits creates the perception of added ... Read More

  • Better For You Packaged Food in Morocco

    ... pandemic, better for you (BFY) packaged food was performing well due to the ever-increasing interest in the health and wellness trend – which saw Moroccan consumers giving more focus to the nutritional aspects of their ... Read More

  • Organic Beverages in Morocco

    ... of competing brands across different food sectors. It provides the latest retail sales data 2016-2020, allowing you to compare health and wellness categories with each other or in the context of the total market for ... Read More

  • Organic Packaged Food in Morocco

    ... the latter. In response to the pandemic, this trend has intensified as current value sales of organic packaged food dropped slightly, with consumers continuing to favour NH packaged food instead. Due to the lack of ... Read More

  • Food Preparation Appliances in Egypt

    ... surge in demand for blenders, but this was offset by declines in demand for other food preparation appliances and mixers. Demand for blenders was supported by the fact that they are versatile and relatively cheap ... Read More

  • Sports Drinks in Morocco

    ... for them among the population. Only hardcore bodybuilders, very committed sports and fitness enthusiasts and semi-professional athletes have any knowledge of these products, with demand limited to a very narrow consumer base. There is almost ... Read More

  • Nuts in South Africa

    ... result, the considerable decline in consumer confidence and purchasing power as a result of measures aimed at containing COVID-19 had a marked negative impact on sales during 2020, as consumers focused their spending on affordable ... Read More

  • Fish and Seafood in South Africa

    ... 2020. Indeed, even when foodservice outlets were able to reopen, restrictions such as the night curfew and the ban on alcohol sales continued to undermine consumers’ willingness to visit restaurants. Moreover, reduced consumer confidence and ... Read More

  • Starchy Roots in South Africa

    ... the number of people working and studying remotely served to increase the amount of home cooking during 2020, as did the closure and restricted operations seen in foodservice channels. The staple status and affordability of ... Read More

  • Fresh Food in South Africa

    ... a rise in at-home consumption due to home seclusion and an increase in the number of people working and studying remotely. The increase in at-home consumption was also driven by the fact that foodservice outlets ... Read More

  • Eggs in South Africa

    ... resulting from home seclusion, the increase in remote working and studying, and the closure of foodservice outlets. In this respect, eggs benefited from a wide range of uses, including in home baking and cooking breakfast, ... Read More

  • Vegetables in South Africa

    ... people engaged in remote working and distance learning led to an increase in home cooking. This was also supported by the marked decline in demand through foodservice channels, which were either closed or operating under ... Read More

  • Fruits in South Africa

    ... and restrictions on operations, demand through retail was bolstered by an increasing consumer focus on nutrition. During the pandemic, consumers were particularly conscious of the role of diet in supporting the healthy functioning of the ... Read More

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