Georgia Baby Food

29 Mar 2017 Logic Research and Solutions Download PDF

Value sales of baby food increased by 11% to reach sales of GEL33 million in 2016. This year was outstanding in terms of growth rates. In some categories high growth was the result of by unit price growth, in others by increased consumption in volume terms. In general, number of working mothers has increased. Consequently the breastfeeding rate has decreased and consumers have switched to baby food. As Georgian traditional families continue to change with more women switching to work rather...


Food & Beverage Market
Packaged Food Market

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