Region: Africa
Category: Food & Beverage

Africa Food & Beverage

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  • Analysis by Region - Africa - Morocco

    ... GDP growth over the first three quarters of this year, which prompted an upward revision to our forecast to 0.8% growth this year, from a contraction of 1.4% expected previously. However, domestic economic conditions remain ... Read More

  • Analysis by Region - Emerging Markets - Nigeria

    ... prices, we believe that Nigeria is poised for an overall net negative gain from the financial disruptions caused by the war in Ukraine. Disappointing oil exports and higher import costs are suppressing the current account ... Read More

  • Breakfast Cereals in Morocco

    ... choice in the country, as these products are relatively more expensive and less filling. Nevertheless, companies are trying to change Moroccans’ minds and their perception of breakfast cereals, by offering more affordable brands and smaller ... Read More

  • Processed Meat, Seafood and Alternatives To Meat in Morocco

    ... to contend with private label and low-priced imported brands, as well as a lack of brand loyalty from consumers. Although processed meat, seafood and alternatives to meat products are seen as being economical due to ... Read More

  • Processed Fruit and Vegetables in Morocco

    ... which is actually affordable to everyone, even low-income consumers which make up the majority of the population, hence the buoyant sales. The best-selling types are corn, mushrooms, and peas, while Moroccans prefer to buy other ... 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

  • Baked Goods in Morocco

    ... a result, manufacturers relied more on importing cereals in order to satisfy local needs over 2022. This has entailed an upward trend in the prices of baked goods, due to the rising prices of raw ... 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 Ghana

    ... affluent urban dwellers. Significant rises in unit prices in 2022 stimulated a shift to smaller pack sizes, with this trend favouring local as opposed to imported variants. Consumer health consciousness is also on the rise, ... Read More

  • Breakfast Cereals in Egypt

    ... spending more time at home during the pandemic, as well as the stockpiling of staple foods, including breakfast cereals, which benefit from long shelf-lives and ease of storage, rendering them a convenient option for a ... Read More

  • Baked Goods in Egypt

    ... Ukraine, had a considerable impact on unit prices, with inflation hitting almost 15% in August 2022. Prior to the conflict, Ukraine and Russia were amongst the world’s largest suppliers of wheat, responsible for around a ... Read More

  • Processed Meat, Seafood and Alternatives To Meat in Egypt

    ... growth was positive in current value terms, this was due to inflationary pressures, rather than any upturn in demand. Retail sales received a boost during the pandemic, when consumers cooked at home with a higher ... Read More

  • Processed Fruit and Vegetables in Egypt

    ... was due to inflationary pressures, rather than consumers upgrading to more expensive products. Processed fruit and vegetables witnessed a boom in 2020, when the COVID-19 crisis forced consumers to spend more time at home, leading ... Read More

  • Rice, Pasta and Noodles in Egypt

    ... near that registered during the height of the pandemic. In 2020, consumers stocked up on rice and pasta in anticipation of future shortages and because they were preparing more meals at home. In 2021, sales ... Read More

  • Staple Foods in Egypt

    ... gains. An increase in the cost of raw materials, exacerbated by the ongoing conflict in Ukraine and the devaluation of Egyptian pound in March 2022, had a considerable impact on unit prices, especially in the ... Read More

  • South Africa Alfalfa Hay Market - Growth, Trends, COVID-19 Impact, and Forecasts (2022 - 2027)

    ... is expected to reach 2,047 000 metric ton by 2023, witnessing a CAGR of 7.49% during the forecast period. Alfalfa is grown mostly under irrigated conditions and as a dryland crop and is cultivated on ... Read More

  • Baked Goods in Algeria

    ... are spending less time at home as more people go back to the office and resume their regular routines thanks to the easing of the pandemic and the ending of associated restrictions. With a significant ... Read More

  • Processed Meat, Seafood and Alternatives To Meat in Algeria

    ... partly because many Algerians are cooking and eating at home less frequently as they return to the office and resume their regular routines in line with the easing of the pandemic. Moreover, following the ending ... Read More

  • Processed Fruit and Vegetables in Algeria

    ... 2021. Retail demand has slowed partly because consumers are cooking at home less often as more people return to the office and resume their normal routines thanks to improvements in the epidemiological situation and the ... Read More

  • Rice, Pasta and Noodles in Algeria

    ... they did in 2021. This is partly due to the easing of the pandemic and the ending of associated restrictions, in that people have become less dependent on home cooking as they have started returning ... Read More

  • Edible Oils in Tunisia

    ... provides subsidised oils in traditional grocery retailers that are sold for TND0.9 per litre. This oil is imported by the Tunisian government in order to support low- and middle-income consumers who depend on this edible ... Read More

  • Staple Foods in Algeria

    ... but also reflects the fact that Algerians are now cooking and eating at home less often as more people return to the office and resume their normal routines following the easing of the pandemic and ... Read More

  • Cooking Ingredients and Meals in Tunisia

    ... value growth. However, retail volume growth is suffering as the price of almost all cooking ingredients and meal products saw double digit growth in 2022. This was mainly due to high inflation rates and the ... Read More

  • Breakfast Cereals in Algeria

    ... about by the global recovery from COVID-19 and the wider geopolitical consequences of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, which has caused unit prices to rise sharply and squeezed household budgets. Increased caution around discretionary spending has ... Read More

  • Sweet Spreads in Tunisia

    ... the south of country which offers contraband sweet spreads at very low prices. However, these illicit products can also be found in traditional grocery retailers, notably Nutella, which is very expensive in retail outlets due ... Read More

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