Region: Central America
Category: Food

Central America Food

(177 reports matching your criteria)
  • South & Central America Coconut Candy Market Forecast to 2028 – COVID-19 Impact and Regional Analysis – by Product Type (Chocolate Coconut Candy and Non-Chocolate Coconut Candy), Category (Sugar-Free and Conventional), and Distribution Channel (Supermarkets & Hypermarkets, Convenience Stores, Online Retail, and Others)

    ... (Supermarkets & Hypermarkets, Convenience Stores, Online Retail, and Others) The coconut candy market in South & Central America is expected to grow from US$ 83.46 million in 2022 to US$ 101.69 million by 2028. It ... Read More

  • Staple Foods in Panama

    ... of pre-pandemic lifestyles, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, and rising inflation, declining disposable incomes led to a trading down, even within staple foods categories. Moreover, income inequality remains significant with a large proportion of the population ... Read More

  • Processed Fruit and Vegetables in Guatemala

    ... Guatemalan diet, with consumers from all sociodemographic backgrounds consuming this staple on an almost daily basis. Moreover, such products have wide distribution via both modern and traditional channels, with supermarkets and hypermarkets making a relatively ... Read More

  • Breakfast Cereals in Costa Rica

    ... further growth in 2021 as the exigencies of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic forced consumers to eat breakfast at home more often. Importantly, breakfast cereals still registered higher retail volume growth in 2022, compared with the ... Read More

  • Processed Meat, Seafood and Alternatives To Meat in Costa Rica

    ... with the boost provided by home seclusion during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic in 2020 and 2021. The category also continued to benefit from the rebound in foodservice volume sales as the threat of COVID-19 and ... Read More

  • Processed Fruit and Vegetables in Costa Rica

    ... 2021, when demand was spiked by home seclusion due to the exigencies of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. In this scenario, the convenience and long shelf life of shelf stable and frozen processed fruit and vegetables ... Read More

  • Staple Foods in Costa Rica

    ... currency, and Russia’s invasion of Ukraine informed increases in oil and gas prices, high inflation and economic uncertainty in the country. Euromonitor International's Staple Foods in Costa Rica report offers in-depth knowledge of the market ... Read More

  • Staple Foods in Guatemala

    ... purchasing habits, as well as the recovery of foodservice. However, demand was impacted by global inflationary pressures, with the national rate of inflation reaching its highest level for 14 years in November 2022. This was ... Read More

  • Breakfast Cereals in Guatemala

    ... with the closure of non-essential businesses, resulting in some stockpiling of these products. Moreover the category benefited from periods of home seclusion in 2020, which resulted in families spending more time together for meals, including ... Read More

  • Baked Goods in Guatemala

    ... of the previous year. Reduced levels of purchasing power, due to a hike in inflation, led consumers to turn to cheaper, filling foods, such as bread, at the expense of more expensive proteins, which led ... Read More

  • Processed Meat, Seafood and Alternatives To Meat in Guatemala

    ... trend was driven, in part, by the activities of leading brands Piolindo (Frigorificos de Guatemala SA) and Pollo Rey (Avicola Villalobos SA) both of which significantly expanded their portfolios during the latter half of the ... Read More

  • Baked Goods in Costa Rica

    ... (COVID-19) pandemic. While retail volume sales dropped during 2022, compared with 2021, this was largely informed by spikes in demand due to home seclusion during the pandemic. Importantly, retail and total volume sales remained higher ... Read More

  • Rice, Pasta and Noodles in Guatemala

    ... country, being typically cooked with black beans. Demand for both rice and pasta skyrocketed at the onset of the COVID-19 crisis in 2020, as consumers stocked up on non-perishable food items. In 2022, the rate ... Read More

  • Rice, Pasta and Noodles in Costa Rica

    ... growth, albeit from a low base. Prices are increasingly to the fore in manufacturer, retailer, consumer and political circles. In this vein, imported rice was permitted to enter Costa Rica without fortification from June 2022. ... Read More

  • Sports Drinks in Guatemala

    ... closed and communal sports activities cancelled for several months as part of the national effort to curb the spread of the virus. Demand rebounded strongly in 2021 as the easing of public health restrictions allowed ... Read More

  • Sports Drinks in Costa Rica

    ... is pushing up global fuel prices and impacting retail prices. On the other hand, volume growth is expected to be in the high double-digits through on-trade channels, as society fully opens up post pandemic lockdowns, ... Read More

  • Edible Oils in Guatemala

    ... to higher unit prices. Euromonitor International's Edible Oils in Guatemala report offers in-depth knowledge of the market at a national level, providing local insight and understanding unavailable elsewhere. In addition to the latest retail sales ... Read More

  • Sweet Spreads in Guatemala

    ... markets, or near the main shopping malls in urban areas. As such, local honey and nut and seed-based spreads have been expanding across the past five years, with players also using social media, at wellness ... Read More

  • Cooking Ingredients and Meals in Guatemala

    ... in Guatemala living in poverty, high inflation negatively impacts monthly household food budgets. This has led to a rise in price-conscious behaviour, with restrictions being made and trading down taking place. In addition, there has ... Read More

  • Meals and Soups in Guatemala

    ... behind consumer purchasing decisions in soup in 2022. While soup benefits from prices accessible to all social classes, the price per kg sometimes ranges from one brand to another, intensifying the competitive landscape. However, Maggi ... Read More

  • Sauces, Dips and Condiments in Guatemala

    ... were highly promoted, with strong visibility strategies seen on the shelves of modern grocery retailers as well as via their websites. Likewise, tomato pastes and purées, as well as other ingredients used in pasta or ... Read More

  • Staple Foods in Honduras

    ... the cost of raw materials, shipping and energy costs had a particularly negative impact on baked goods, pasta, noodles and breakfast cereals. Declining disposable incomes forced consumers to rein in their spending opting to shop ... Read More

  • Staple Foods in El Salvador

    ... home cooking trend and lowered demand for products such as shelf stable beans and tomatoes as well as pasta and rice. The war in Ukraine and grain supply interruptions had a strong negative impact on ... Read More

  • Cooking Ingredients and Meals in Costa Rica

    ... in Ukraine is pushing up global fuel prices and impacting retail prices. Global supply chains are also still being impacted by the pandemic. Edible oils in particular are being affected by steep price rises, in ... Read More

  • Sauces, Dips and Condiments in Costa Rica

    ... Ukraine is pushing up global fuel prices and impacting retail prices. In addition, global supplies are also still being impacted by the pandemic. With heightened price sensitivity, consumers are prioritising essentials within sauces, dips and ... Read More

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