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"Baby Nutrition Market Insights - Issue 28", is an analytical report which provides extensive and highly detailed information on the key markets in the Baby Food industry. In the United States of America, some 30% of baby foods are made organically certified, whereas organic infant formulae account for just 3% of overall formula sales. However, organic formula sales are rising by 30% per annum.
Complete report on Baby Nutrition Market Insights - Issue 28 spreads across 39 pages, analyzing 42 companies and supported with 13 tables and 3 figures is available at http://www.reportsnreports.com/reports/687242-baby-nutrition-insights-issue-28.html.
Sales of infant formula in China are increasingly dominated by mother and baby stores, which have seen further growth in their share to take 50% of sales. Online sales account for a further 30%, leaving just 20% for traditional bricks and mortar stores.
In the year to March 6, 2016, overall sales of baby food in Germany through grocery and drug market outlets increased by 15.9%. The strongest growth occurred in the infant formula sector, where a 22.7% increase was recorded. Sales of other baby food also performed well, however, showing an increase of 8%.
In the first quarter of 2016, sales in Abbott's international pediatric nutrition business rose by 4.1% on a constant currency basis. Much of this strong growth was attributable to strong sales of its premium Eleva brand in China
What else does the "Baby Nutrition Market Insights - Issue 28" report offer?
Market profile based upon a unique combination of industry research, fieldwork, market sizing and our in-house expertise to offer extensive data about the trends and dynamics affecting the Baby Food industry globally. Detailed company profiles, highlighting key focus product sectors with the key features and developments, segmentation, per capita trends and the various manufacturers and brands.
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Companies listed in Baby Nutrition Market Insights - Issue 28 report are The a2 Milk Company, Abbott Laboratories, Agrana Stärke GmbH, Almarai, Aspen Pharmacare Holdings Limited, Ausnutria Holding Co Limited, Beingmate Baby and Child Food Co, Bellamy's Organic, Biostime International Holdings Limited, Bright Food (Group) Co Limited, Campbell Soup Company, DBV Technologies, DMK Deutsches Milchkontor GmbH, Koninklijke DSM NV, Dairy Crest Group plc, Danone, Fonterra Co-Operative Group Limited, Royal FrieslandCampina NV, Grupo Alimentario Citrus, Hain Celestial Group Inc, Heavenly Tasty Organics , Hero Group, Hipp GmbH and Co Vertrieb KG, Hochdorf Holding Limited, China Huishan Dairy Holding Company Limited, Inner Mongolia Yili Industrial Group Company Limited, Kalbe Farma Tbk PT, Kendal Nutricare, The Kraft Heinz Company, Mead Johnson Nutrition Company, Meiji Holdings Co Ltd, China Mengniu Dairy Company Limited, Morinaga Milk Industry Co Ltd, Munchkin Inc, Nestlé SA, Nutribio, PepsiCo Inc, Perrigo Company plc, Podravka dd, Sodiaal Group, Sprout Organic Foods, Synutra International Inc.
Another related report is Baby Food in Philippines. The Philippines baby food market has undergone a volume decrease of almost 7% between 2009 and 2015, despite the fairly stable number of births up until 2012, and the subsequent gradual rise in the number of births. The development of the market has been constrained by an increase in the breastfeeding rate and low average family incomes, with a very small middle class. The structure of the market has altered only slightly in recent years. Rising levels of disposable income have driven forward sales of some premium lines for more wealthy consumers, although at the same time other families have increasingly opted for lower-priced brands, with the result that decline at constant prices has been even greater than the volume decrease.
Key Findings - The Philippines baby food market sales by value rose by 13% in current terms. Baby Milks remained by far the largest sector, accounting for 77.4% of consumption in 2015, compared with 80.7% in 2009. The shares of cereals has risen from 15.2% in 2009 to 17.9%, while the share of wet meals and other baby foods, has risen from 4.1% to 4.8%. The bulk of sales of all baby food sectors take place through supermarkets, with varying smaller shares passing through grocery stores and pharmacies. Supermarkets have made strong headway and in 2015 account for 79.6% of overall sales, up from 70.8% in 2008. Complete report available at http://www.reportsnreports.com/reports/496195-baby-food-in-philippines.html .
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