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Region: Africa
Category: Food & Beverage

Africa Food & Beverage

(2184 reports matching your criteria)
  • Sports Nutrition in Kenya

    ... rising incidence of obesity in the country. This trend is gradually expanding the consumer base of sports nutrition as Kenyans increasingly follow high-protein diets; this is particularly evident with the emergence of plant-based diets in ... Read More

  • Sports Nutrition in Morocco

    ... and, according to Euromonitor International data, more than 20% of Moroccans take a group fitness class once or twice a week. This trend is expected to intensify in the forecast period. With many working adults ... Read More

  • Weight Management and Wellbeing in Morocco

    ... increasingly well informed about the latest product launches. There is also a trend among many consumers to improve their health and/or fitness, wanting to feel better and look in good shape physically. In addition, with ... Read More

  • Weight Management and Wellbeing in Nigeria

    ... their weight and those overweight are attempting to reduce their weight using various drugs. This category has experienced significant growth as Nigerians are trying to look younger than their actual age and also to maintain ... Read More

  • Consumer Health in Morocco

    ... rising in Morocco. Consumers research products and have become increasingly knowledgeable, although they still retain a desire to check with experts prior to making any purchases. Consumers tend to trust doctors’ recommendations and will therefore ... Read More

  • Sports Nutrition in Nigeria

    ... workouts and also different exercises has increased and this is because of the knowledge they now have concerning the health benefits of sports and exercise, and they also want to keep fit. Sports nutrition will ... Read More

  • Weight Management and Wellbeing in Cameroon

    ... are very popular in Cameroon, and the entrance of cheaper Asian items should help to strengthen interest in weight management and wellbeing for price-sensitive consumers. Euromonitor International's Weight Management and Wellbeing in Cameroon report offers ... Read More

  • Weight Management and Wellbeing in Kenya

    ... Kenyans gain weight or are classed as obese. This trend is being driven by the expanding mid-income segment, particularly women in urban areas, who comprise the highest proportion of overweight Kenyans. With increasingly busy lives, ... Read More

  • Consumer Health in Cameroon

    ... people reaching for OTC medication in favour of taking time out to visit the doctor. The increase in cases of malaria has increased self-medication and will continue to drive further sales of analgesics over the ... Read More

  • Sports Nutrition in Egypt

    ... fitness. Among the main reasons for this is that younger Egyptians are exposed to global trends via broadcast and social media, giving them insight into Western and global lifestyle trends. With sport and fitness increasing ... Read More

  • Weight Management and Wellbeing in Egypt

    ... level. In addition, Egyptians culture continues to encourage a healthy curvy weight rather than the skinny look that has long been the norm for female beauty in the West. For these reasons, few Egyptian women ... Read More

  • Consumer Health in Egypt

    ... from the severe devaluation of the Egyptian pound against major global currencies in late 2017. Although the situation had stabilised by the end of the review period, the Ministry of Health was forced to increase ... Read More

  • Sports Nutrition in Algeria

    ... growth over the forecast period, albeit with a similarly lacklustre performance. Demand for sports nutrition products is likely to remain restricted to bodybuilders and serious athletes, due to the general perception that these products are ... Read More

  • Weight Management and Wellbeing in Algeria

    ... to continue increasing in value terms over the forecast period. This is set to result from the anticipated expansion of imported brands, and the dominant position of premium products in the category. An increasing number ... Read More

  • Consumer Health in Algeria

    ... volumes being insufficient to address local demand. Moreover, taxes on imports of OTC products have been increased. Consequently, higher unit prices, reduced product availability and increased volumes of generics, resulted in an overall slowdown in ... Read More

  • Tanzania Food & Drink Q4 2019

    ... population (20-39 years old). Staples in the bread, rice and cerealscategory will dominate household spending budgets, while meat and poultry remains an important part of local diets – making itthe second largest food spending category. ... Read More

  • Sports Nutrition in Tunisia

    ... traditionally members of gyms or health clubs, and the number of people with fitness club membership is set to grow – positive news for future growth and value sales. Furthermore, improved living conditions and increased ... Read More

  • Weight Management and Wellbeing in Tunisia

    ... offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the market at a national level. It provides the latest retail sales data 2014-2018, allowing you to identify the sectors driving growth. Forecasts to 2023 ... Read More

  • Ethiopia Agribusiness Q4 2019

    ... consumption growth. We believe that the sugar sector hasthe most potential, as investments in new sugar refineries will make sugar one of the few reliable agricultural exports over time,although there have been considerable delays in ... Read More

  • Ghana Agribusiness Q4 2019

    ... to recent record highs will lead to lower set prices andeven though the government has pledged schemes in order to encourage yield growth, set prices will remain depressed. Weforecast cocoa prices to rise only moderately ... Read More

  • Zambia Food & Drink Q4 2019

    ... incomes. Our outlook for food and drink sales is more positive overthe 2020-2023 period, we believe that a normalisation of weather conditions and an improved economic outlook will boosthousehold incomes. Furthermore, Zambia has a favourable ... Read More

  • Angola, Botswana And Namibia Agribusiness Q4 2019

    ... set to see the region enjoy long-term growth in corn production inparticular. Our forecasts for corn production and consumptionin Namibia are also negative.As of this quarter, all three countriesremain net importers of grains in 2019 ... Read More

  • Angola Food & Drink Q4 2019

    ... currency weakness and highinflation, which will weigh on consumer purchasing power. We expect Angolan consumers to remain price-sensitive due to lowdisposable incomes, shifting spending to more affordable food and drink options over our forecast period. Read More

  • Uganda Agribusiness Q4 2019

    ... terms of exports, largely owing to government support for the sector and new disease-resistanttrees. Regarding trade, the country is unlikely to compete with South Africa and Zambia to become one of Sub-Saharan Africa'slargest corn exporters. Read More

  • Ghana Food & Drink Q4 2019

    ... urban population which is spurring growth in the formal foodand drinks sector. We note that while disposable incomes are rising, they remain low – and as a result, a large proportion of foodsending will be ... Read More

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