Region: Thailand
Category: Food

Thailand Food

(337 reports matching your criteria)
  • Fish and Seafood in Thailand

    ... decline in international visitor numbers during 2020. While the government tried to compensate for this by incentivising domestic tourism, foodservice volume sales of fish and seafood plunged by more than a third during the year. ... Read More

  • Fortified/Functional Beverages in Thailand

    ... by the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic which motivated consumers to look after their health. 2020 saw a greater interest in fortified/functional beverages that are perceived as a convenient way for consumers to boost the ... Read More

  • Meat in Thailand

    ... were due to the disruption caused by COVID-19, particularly to tourism. Total volume sales of premium meats, especially beef and veal, were particularly weak, due to the economic impact of the pandemic. On the other ... Read More

  • Nuts in Thailand

    ... as the much smaller foodservice and institutional channels. The economic shock of COVID-19 was the main driver of this. Nuts are mainly used as a cooking ingredient in Thailand and not generally consumed as a ... Read More

  • Pulses in Thailand

    ... during 2020, with retail volume sales declining for the first time in seven years due to the economic impact of COVID-19. Pulses are mainly consumer by affluent consumers, who tend to be more concerned with ... Read More

  • Health and Wellness in Thailand

    ... and horeca outlets in Thailand, as well as the implementation of a nationwide curfew. As such, there was a noticeable shift towards retail channels such as supermarkets, convenience stores, and other grocery retailers. This shift ... Read More

  • Fresh Food in Thailand

    ... food in the foodservice channel. The pandemic also led to a sharp increase in the rate of unemployment, which weighed on consumer confidence. Demand was particularly weak for fresh foods that are mainly eaten by ... Read More

  • Better For You Packaged Food in Thailand

    ... a slight drop in retail current value and retail volume sales. As such, even though the category recorded declining sales in 2020, consumers are becoming more cautious about their health and wellness following the threat ... Read More

  • Eggs in Thailand

    ... particularly foodservice demand due to school closures and a decline in international visitor numbers, this was more than outweighed by increased retail volume sales. The pandemic led consumers to stock up on eggs amid fears ... Read More

  • Fortified/Functional Packaged Food in Thailand

    ... has been intensified by the COVID-19 pandemic which, for many consumers, has highlighted the importance of a healthy body and immune system. Consumers’ interest in fortified/functional packaged food products increased in 2020, and demand for ... Read More

  • Free From in Thailand

    ... free from, cafés and coffee shops are key contributors of sales as many outlets offer products containing free from dairy milk. Furthermore, bakery shops have more recently begun to expand their offerings to include special ... Read More

  • Fruits in Thailand

    ... was outweighed by a surge in retail demand, particularly for such local fruits as rambutan, mango, longan, mangosteen and golden pineapple. Since the beginning of the pandemic, the government has been encouraging local consumers to ... Read More

  • Naturally Healthy Packaged Food in Thailand

    ... in 2020 as Thai authorities sought to limit the spread of COVID-19 in the country. During the period of national lockdown, Thai foodservice businesses had to close their dining rooms to consumers and could only ... Read More

  • Organic Beverages in Thailand

    ... to organic beverages, which means that the consumer base for this category remained small and niche in 2020, although retail current value sales continued to grow at a steady rate even through the disruption of ... Read More

  • Organic Packaged Food in Thailand

    ... many consumers find organic packaged food products appealing as they are produced more naturally and without the use of harsh chemicals or fertilisers in the growing process. The supply of organic packaged food, however, is ... Read More

  • Starchy Roots in Thailand

    ... be more robust than foodservice, as the latter was badly affected by a decline in international tourism. Retail demand was supported by the fact that local consumers ate out less frequently as a result of ... Read More

  • Sugar and Sweeteners in Thailand

    ... outweighed by a slump in demand from the foodservice and institutional channels arising from a significant decline in international tourism and the closure of schools for an extended period due to COVID-19. Conversely, retail demand ... Read More

  • Vegetables in Thailand

    ... morning glory, bamboo shoots, cabbage, climbing wattle, Chinese cabbage, Chinese kale, and spring onion are essential ingredients in many Thai dishes, and these products remained readily available, due to part to closer coordination between farmers, ... Read More

  • Food Preparation Appliances in Thailand

    ... that have faced significant difficulties due to the COVID 19 pandemic, food preparation appliances actually benefited from the home seclusion and social distancing trends that were seen in the country during the year. In particular, ... Read More

  • Sports Drinks in Thailand

    ... the category during the year was that the incomes of the core target audience for sports drinks came under pressure. The target audience for the country’s leading sports drinks brands comprises mainly farmers, manual labourers ... Read More

  • Thailand Food & Drink Q1 2021

    ... for the country overall. Over the medium term, investors will continue to be attracted toThailand’s food and drink industry as recovering incomes and greater national prosperity will drive an uptick. In the food segment,we see ... Read More

  • Packaged Food in Thailand

    ... negative effect on sales of packaged food in the on-trade environment during the early part of the pandemic. As a result, many consumers turned to retail channels, especially as the closure of workplaces and schools, ... Read More

  • Baked Goods in Thailand

    ... also gained popularity due to its greater health benefits, and suitability as a breakfast food. The COVID 19 pandemic has not affected demand for bread in the country. Consumers could still purchase bread through convenience ... Read More

  • Processed Fruit and Vegetables in Thailand

    ... fish, water and instant noodles, demand for processed fruit and vegetables dropped, with these products considered less important during lockdown. Furthermore, most processed vegetables in Thailand are imported, and were thus affected by supply chain ... Read More

  • Processed Meat and Seafood in Thailand

    ... Apart from stockpiling by consumers, canned fish was also used by the private sector and government for donation purposes. Meanwhile, with changing lifestyles of consumers in urban areas, sausage is becoming an increasingly popular snack ... Read More

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