Israel Baby Food

29 Mar 2017 Logic Research and Solutions Download PDF

Baby food in Israel has seen growth both in terms of value and volume between 2009 and 2015. Volume has grown by 22.2% since 2009 and sales have grown by only 18.5% at current prices and by 8.1% at constant 2009 prices. Strong economic growth, coupled with annual rises in the numbers of live births and raise in consumption by higher number of more affluent consumers , boosted all sectors of the market, with the exception of baby drinks. In 2015, milks dominated the market, accounting for 63% of retail sales and 46% of volume sales, wet meals accounting for 34.5% of volume sales, although only 16% of value. The remainder of the market consists of cereals (13%), finger food and other types of food, including baby pasta (6.5%), and the tiny and shrinking drinks sector.

Food & Beverage Market
Packaged Food Market

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