Region: South America
Category: Food & Beverage

South America Food & Beverage

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  • Lactase Market by Source (Yeast, Fungi, and Bacteria), Form (Liquid and Dry), Application (Food & Beverages and Pharmaceutical products & Dietary Supplements), Region (North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, South America and RoW) - Global Forecast to 2027

    ... Forecast to 2027 According to MarketsandMarkets, the global lactase market is estimated to be valued at USD 247 million in 2022. It is projected to reach USD 336 million by 2027, at a CAGR of ... Read More

  • Baked Goods in Bolivia

    ... is not experiencing high inflation as a result of the energy crisis stemming from the war in Ukraine. This is because booming oil prices have protected the economy somewhat and while Russia and Ukraine together ... Read More

  • Breakfast Cereals in Bolivia

    ... breakfast in public schools and with schools fully operational again in 2022, this is expected to negatively impact retail volumes. Though unlike many other countries, Bolivia is not experiencing soaring inflation due the energy crises ... Read More

  • Processed Fruit and Vegetables in Bolivia

    ... soaring inflation due the energy crises stemming from the war in Ukraine, as high oil prices benefit the Bolivian economy, supply disruptions impacted the sector in 2022, as most products are imported. Drought had an ... Read More

  • Rice, Pasta and Noodles in Bolivia

    ... many other countries, Bolivia is not experiencing high inflation as a result of the energy crisis stemming from the war in Ukraine. This is because booming oil prices have protected the economy somewhat. All the ... Read More

  • Rice, Pasta and Noodles in Ecuador

    ... as much a factor as in other countries, as booming oil prices protect the economy to an extent from the negative effects of the war in Ukraine, this is not true across the board. Russia ... Read More

  • Staple Foods in Bolivia

    ... experiencing soaring inflation, and the main factor contributing to the muted volume sales is that with society opening up again post pandemic lockdowns, consumers are eating in restaurants again. A fixed currency exchange rate is ... Read More

  • Staple Foods in Ecuador

    ... soaring inflation and the main factor contributing to the retail volume decline is that with society opening up again post pandemic lockdowns, consumers are eating in restaurants again. Though prices are rising, due to the ... Read More

  • Processed Meat, Seafood and Alternatives To Meat in Bolivia

    ... 2022. Though unlike many other countries, Bolivia is not experiencing soaring inflation due the energy crises stemming from the war in Ukraine, as high oil prices benefit the Bolivian economy, all the same even small ... Read More

  • Baked Goods in Ecuador

    ... not as much a factor as in other countries. Though prices are rising, due to the energy crisis and supply issues caused by the war in Ukraine, they are not rising as fast as in ... Read More

  • Breakfast Cereals in Ecuador

    ... soaring inflation and the main factor contributing to the retail volume decline is that with society opening up again post pandemic lockdowns, consumers are eating in restaurants again. Though prices are rising, due to the ... Read More

  • Processed Meat, Seafood and Alternatives To Meat in Ecuador

    ... sales in 2022. However, unlike many other countries, Ecuador is not experiencing soaring inflation and the main factor contributing to the retail volume decline is that with society opening up again post pandemic lockdowns, consumers ... Read More

  • Processed Fruit and Vegetables in Ecuador

    ... soaring inflation and the main factor contributing to the retail volume decline is that with society opening up again post pandemic lockdowns, consumers are eating in restaurants again. Though prices are rising, due to the ... Read More

  • Baby Food in Switzerland

    ... decline slightly during the era of lockdowns, as mothers had more time to breastfeed or make food from scratch during the periods of home seclusion, sales regained their normal patterns once pandemic restrictions were lifted. ... Read More

  • Baked Goods in Argentina

    ... such as flour. During the first month of the invasion, the price of flour increased rapidly and dramatically, impacting consumer prices. As a consequence, sales of baked goods registered a strong contraction in volume terms ... Read More

  • Rice, Pasta and Noodles in Argentina

    ... rising cost of international commodities such as flour. At the start of the invasion, the price of flour rapidly surged, impacting negatively on consumer prices. Despite this, the increase in the price of dried pasta, ... Read More

  • Processed Meat, Seafood and Alternatives To Meat in Colombia

    ... in terms of the individual categories, chilled processed meat is expected to see moderate growth. This is partly because of a steep increase in the price of fresh meat products, with chilled processed meat still ... Read More

  • Rice, Pasta and Noodles in Colombia

    ... the reduction of stocks compared to 2021 and because of the soaring price of fertilisers, with the price of urea increasing by over 150%. This led to a drop in rice production in relation to ... Read More

  • Staple Foods in Argentina

    ... challenging economic scenario has affected not only non-essential foods, but also essential products such as rice and dried pasta. Low-income consumers are reducing the amount of such products that they purchase because of the social ... Read More

  • Staple Foods in Colombia

    ... have suffered from a contraction in retail demand in 2022, the most pronounced being seen in breakfast cereals and baked goods. This pattern is not only because of consumers returning to their normal routines as ... Read More

  • Staple Foods in Paraguay

    ... also affected by the war in Ukraine, which disrupted the supply of grain and affected baked goods, rice, pasta and noodles and breakfast cereals. Processed meat, seafood and alternatives to meat also suffered from low ... Read More

  • Breakfast Cereals in Argentina

    ... are back at school, which means less time to have breakfast at home. Muesli and granola, and flakes are registering the best performances in volume terms with younger adults boosting consumption, a habit developed during ... Read More

  • Processed Meat, Seafood and Alternatives To Meat in Argentina

    ... the high prices of frozen meat substitutes, as they did in the frozen processed red meat and frozen processed poultry categories. However, the high rate of inflation has not affected all categories equally, and frozen ... Read More

  • Processed Fruit and Vegetables in Argentina

    ... the Argentinian population. Underpinning this shift in consumer tastes is the wider health and wellness trend, which has seen many people prioritise fresh fruit and vegetables over processed options due to the perceived superior nutritional ... Read More

  • Baked Goods in Colombia

    ... to their normal routines and spending more time out of the home, but also because escalating prices have led to a reduction in demand. Unpackaged products are sold mainly at neighbourhood bakeries which have been ... Read More

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