Region: Kazakhstan
Category: Food

Kazakhstan Food

(69 reports matching your criteria)
  • Packaged Food in Kazakhstan

    ... All the same, there has been some changes in consumer behaviour which is expected to affect volume sales of certain products. Euromonitor International's Packaged Food in Kazakhstan report offers a comprehensive guide to the size ... Read More

  • Soup in Kazakhstan

    ... and this is reflected in the expected fall in volume sales. Unlike in 2019, instant soup is expected to record the highest current value growth in 2020, reversing the trend of recent years. Soup in ... Read More

  • Edible Oils in Kazakhstan

    ... good for the immune system. Increased cooking at home during lockdown also contributed to volume growth. There is also expected to be an upsurge in e-commerce purchases of edible oils in 2020, as consumers have ... Read More

  • Sweet Spreads in Kazakhstan

    ... volume growth. Part of the growth in honey is attributed to its health benefits, as it is known to have immune system boosting properties. However, a lot of the honey purchased in 2020 was imported, ... Read More

  • Sauces, Dressings and Condiments in Kazakhstan

    ... with disposable incomes falling due to COVID-19, consumers are expected to opt for cheaper brands. With people moving around less, small independent groceries benefitted. Also, within supermarkets, there was less space dedicated to promotional displays, ... Read More

  • Ready Meals in Kazakhstan

    ... less demand for convenient ready meals. As in 2019, shelf stable ready meals records the highest current value growth. A degree of this growth was due to its long shelf life, as consumers stockpiled during ... Read More

  • Processed Fruit and Vegetables in Kazakhstan

    ... increases. Shelf stable vegetables is expected to register the highest current value growth, though the growth is still low. The weakest performing product area is expected to be shelf stable fruit with current value unchanged ... Read More

  • Baked Goods in Kazakhstan

    ... in light of COVID-19, unpackaged baked goods are expected to suffer a big fall in retail volume. Also, as a lot of unpackaged baked goods are sold through artisanal bakeries, this channel is expected to ... Read More

  • Breakfast Cereals in Kazakhstan

    ... in 2019. Retail volume growth is expected to be similar to 2019. Though there is expected to be price rises in breakfast cereals, again it is not expected to be as high as in 2019. ... Read More

  • Rice, Pasta and Noodles in Kazakhstan

    ... 2019. Pasta, rice and noodles are deemed an essential product and are one of the main ingredients of many Kazakh dishes. Also, more cooking at home contributed to the value and volume growth, as did ... Read More

  • Processed Meat and Seafood in Kazakhstan

    ... is often sold at markets. These markets stayed open during lockdown, though officially they were meant to close, and so this channel continued to compete with packaged processed meat and seafood. Processed seafood is expected ... Read More

  • Sports Nutrition in Kazakhstan

    ... As a result, consumers had a much more limited access to sports and exercise, which they had practice at home or outside. This is expected to have a negative effect on growth in 2020 as ... Read More

  • Weight Management and Wellbeing in Kazakhstan

    ... gain weight. Consumers’ lack of mobility is exacerbated by the closure of fitness centres and gym facilities which means that people have not been able to continue with their usual exercise routines. Euromonitor International's Weight ... Read More

  • Kazakhstan Food & Drink Q1 2021

    ... base effects in 2020 as consumers shifted their purchasing patterns amid highlevels of uncertainty amid the Covid-19 pandemic. Alcoholic drinks consumption growth is projected to accelerate in 2021 due tothe removal of restrictions on alcoholic ... Read More

  • Butter and Spreads in Kazakhstan

    ... product in large amounts for fear of critical or unpredictable situations due to the COVID-19 pandemic that could lead to shortages in the supply chain and, ultimately, in stores. However, after this initial panic calmed ... Read More

  • Cheese in Kazakhstan

    ... opportunity to show and promote their products in 2020. Usually, such trade fairs are popular in Almaty among local dairy companies, especially during warm periods of the year. However, the arrival of the COVID-19 pandemic ... Read More

  • Other Dairy in Kazakhstan

    ... home during quarantine, there was demand for some sweet dairy products to indulge themselves during activities such as drinking tea or spending time with the family watching TV. These products have therefore been proving that ... Read More

  • Yoghurt and Sour Milk Products in Kazakhstan

    ... Health concerns and optimum nutrition are becoming even more important issues during the COVID-19 pandemic, with consumers paying more attention to products that can offer additional health benefits and immune system support. Yoghurt and sour ... Read More

  • Baby Food in Kazakhstan

    ... in the cooking process. Even when working from home during COVID-19 quarantines, women still have a lot of tasks, including both work and household chores, meaning that convenience and time savings are still important. Convenience ... Read More

  • Kazakhstan: Other Juices, Juice Mixtures and Smoothies Market and the Impact of COVID-19 on It in the Medium Term

    ... USD (calculated in retail prices) in 2015. Until 2025, the smoothies market in Kazakhstan is forecast to reach 177.19 million USD (in retail prices), thus increasing at a CAGR of 8.31% per annum for the ... Read More

  • Kazakhstan: Cocoa Market and the Impact of COVID-19 on It in the Medium Term

    ... cocoa market in Kazakhstan is forecast to reach 78.91 million USD (in retail prices), thus increasing at a CAGR of 5.77% per annum for the period 2020-2025. This is a decrease, compared to the growth ... Read More

  • Ice Cream and Frozen Desserts in Kazakhstan

    ... positioned as a sweet treat than confectionery, as it is considered cheaper and containing fewer calories, thereby appealing to health-conscious Kazakh consumers. However, the quarantine and lockdown measures introduced by the Kazakh government to mitigate ... Read More

  • Savoury Snacks in Kazakhstan

    ... have been regarded as affordable, satisfying treats, and potato chips in particular are expected to be the primary growth driver in savoury snacks in 2020. Euromonitor International's Savoury Snacks in Kazakhstan report offers a comprehensive ... Read More

  • Chocolate Confectionery in Kazakhstan

    ... in recent years, chocolate confectionery has been able to generate positive sales as disposable incomes have risen, despite being regarded as an expensive product. In the previous two years of the review period, chocolate confectionery ... Read More

  • Gum in Kazakhstan

    ... steadfast loyalty is reflected in the shares of these brands, which have remained dominant over the review period and are set to remain so in 2020, with Wrigley by far the biggest of the two. ... Read More

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