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Region: Middle East
Category: General Food

Middle East General Food

(38 reports matching your criteria)
  • Qatar Food & Drink Q3 2018

    ... impact of the ongoing diplomatic crisis onconsumer confidence is outweighed by the positive effect of rising hydrocarbon prices. In the longer term, rising incomes willtranslate into greater demand for healthy eating options and premium goods. Read More

  • Israel Food & Drink Q3 2018

    ... retailers, despite the relatively small size of the potential consumer base (with apopulation of around 8.5mn). GDP is expanding at a robust pace, boosting private consumption, and as a result we are forecastingstrong growth in ... Read More

  • Saudi Arabia Food & Drink Q3 2018

    ... challenges, including the introduction ofVAT, a 'sin tax' on sugary drinks and tobacco, and restrictions on non-Saudi employees in the grocery retail sector, will increaseoperating risks for companies. However, rising disposable incomes, a large youthful ... Read More

  • Bahrain Food & Drink Q3 2018

    ... in the near term by the introduction of an excise tax on sugary and energy drinks in December 2017,encouraging a shift towards healthier alternatives. Meanwhile, we maintain our optimistic outlook for the food retail sector. Read More

  • Iran Food & Drink Report Q3 2018

    ... quarters, and while a boom in foreign investment is unlikely, we doexpect to see a gradual uptick in overseas interest in a range of industries. In the food and drink market, where rising averageincomes will ... Read More

  • Oman Food & Drink Q2 2018

    ... Oman is improving in light of a more robust economic outlook in the country,due both to higher oil prices and the impact of efforts to diversify domestic industries. As a result, household income rates areheading ... Read More

  • Lebanon Food & Drink Report 2018

    ... Report 2018 The political environment in Lebanon has stabilised over recent months, following Prime Minister Saad Hariri's decision to put 'on hold' his resignation in late 2017. This should reassure investors and boost consumer confidence.: Read More

  • Qatar Food & Drink Report Q2 2018

    ... impact of the ongoing diplomatic crisis onconsumer confidence is outweighed by the positive effect of rising hydrocarbon prices. In the longer term, rising incomes willtranslate into greater demand for healthy eating options and premium goods. Read More

  • Kuwait Food & Drink Report Q2 2018

    ... towards fiscal expansion, which will in turn support spending power. This will result in growingdemand for premium food and drink products. Rising health-awareness, which will be encouraged by government policies, willcontinue to shape the sector. Read More

  • Middle East And North Africa Food & Drink Report Q2 2018

    ... and as structural reforms finally yield positive results in countries such as Egypt. In the medium to longterm, we see diverging trends between developed Gulf markets and their North African counterparts. GCC markets, as well ... Read More

  • Saudi Arabia Food & Drink Report Q2 2018

    ... growth in food and drink sales. New regulatory challenges, including the introduction ofVAT, a 'sin tax' on sugary drinks and tobacco, and restrictions on non-Saudi employees in the grocery retail sector, will increaseoperating risks for ... Read More

  • Food and Drink Internet Retailing in the United Arab Emirates

    ... of internet retailing for other lifestyle products. Traditionally, consumers in the United Arab Emirates engage in weekly shopping trips to hypermarkets located across key malls in the cities or neighbourhood supermarkets; however, consumers are realising ... Read More

  • Iran Food & Drink Q2 2018

    ... as a result of higher oil revenues and the easing of some international sanctions. This is boosting spending rates in a number of segments, though basic staples continue to dominate in the food market while ... Read More

  • Food and Drink Internet Retailing in Israel

    ... at a rapid pace. As internet retailing is a convenient way for consumers to shop for groceries, double-digit growth is expected to continue. As the unemployment rate dropped, the convenience of online retailing strengthened, as ... Read More

  • Middle East And North Africa Food & Drink Q1 2018

    ... as Egypt. In the medium to long term, we see diverging trends between developed Gulf markets and their North African counterparts. GCC markets, as well as Israel, will see rising demand for convenience and online ... Read More

  • United Arab Emirates Food & Drink Q1 2018

    ... in disposable incomes combined withincreasing adoption of Westernised consumption patterns will drive industry growth, particularlyfor premium food and drink products. While we note downside risks posed by regulatory changes such asthe imposition of a tax ... Read More

  • Kuwait Food & Drink Q1 2018

    ... a positive impact on consumer confidence. This will result in higher household spending, and growing demand for premium food and drink products. Rising health-awareness, which will be encouraged by government policies, will continue to shape ... Read More

  • United Arab Emirates Food & Drink Report Q4 2017

    ... increasing adoption of Westernised consumption patterns will drive industry growth, particularly for premium food and drink items. While we note the downside risks posed by regulatory changes such as the imposition of a tax on ... Read More

  • Oman Food and Drink Report Q4 2017

    ... sector. In the longer term, weremain relatively optimistic. An increasing population will sustain growth in the long term, while a drivetowards formalisation and premium food and drink products will promote expansion in mass grocery andorganised ... Read More

  • Global (North America, Europe and Asia-Pacific, South America, Middle East and Africa) Food for Special Medical Purpose (FSMP) Market 2017 Forecast to 2022

    ... intended for particular nutritional uses (PARNUT), also called “dietetic foods.” FSMPs are intended for the dietary management of diseases in patients with impaired digestive function such as absorption, making them the most medically-oriented food category. ... Read More

  • Israel Food and Drink Report Q4 2017

    ... and drinkindustry throughout our forecast period to 2021. Traditional products will continue to show the highestgrowth rates, but niche and health products will feature increasingly in consumer spending, drivinginnovation and demand for premium products. The ... Read More

  • Bahrain Food and Drink Report Q4 2017

    ... country's rising income levels and sizeable young consumer base will drive the demand for premium goods, while busier lifestyles and high urbanisation boost formalisation. Latest Updates And Industry Developments We forecast a more modest outlook ... Read More

  • United Arab Emirates Food and Drink Report Q3 2017

    ... high-income consumer base will continue tosupport strong industry growth. Rising affluence in the market will drive growth for discretionary spendingand premiumisation. Latest Updates And Industry Developments Health consciousness trends are starting to prevail in the ... Read More

  • Kuwait Food and Drink Report Q2 2016

    ... Webelieve premiumisation will remain high in the food sector, as demand for non-essential foods increasesand carbonated soft drinks consumption remains strong. We expect premiumisation to drive investmentfrom supermarkets and hypermarkets formats, with a marginal decline ... Read More

  • Saudi Arabia Food and Drink Report Q2 2016

    ... consumer base, the Saudi Arabianmarket will encourage investment from foreign and domestic industry players. We believe that Saudi Arabiawill remain one of the region's most attractive markets over our forecast period to 2020, despite plans ... Read More

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