Breakfast Cereals Market - Industry Growth Stratergies
Albany, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 04/25/2019 -- In order to outgun their competitors, keen players in the global market for breakfast cereals are coming up with a different varieties to cater to the different tastes and requirements of customers. Breakfast cereals, which originated in the U.S., have now become a staple breakfast food in almost every part of the world, thanks to globalization. Their worldwide market has been boosted by many factors. One of them is the fact that they are hassle free to make – one can either have them straight from the packet or add milk to them. The mushrooming supermarkets, hypermarkets, and convenience stores worldwide is also seen to catalyzing growth in the global breakfast cereals market.
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Posing a hindrance to the market, on the other hand, is the drop in the supply of palm oil, one of the primary ingredients used in making breakfast cereals. In addition, the emerging trend in developed countries of the world to go for wholesome and healthier breakfast is also dealing a blow to the sales of breakfast cereals. However, savvy players' constant focus on coming up with different types of breakfast cereals will likely help overcome the challenge.
The global breakfast cereals market depicts the presence of an intensely competitive vendor landscape, notes Transparency Market Research on the basis of a newly published report. Such a competitive scenario mainly exists thanks to numerous players existing in this sector, coupled with low entry barriers. However, of all the businesses operating in this domain, Kellogg's, PepsiCo, and General Mills depict a consolidated position by comprising about 50% of the total market shares in recent times. Most players are attempting to improve cereal quality, enhancing taste factor, and facilitating an increase in the nutritional content of their products. Manufacturers are also focusing on bringing forth innovative flavors to their products, in order to appear more lucrative to their customers.
From a statistical perspective, experts peg the global breakfast cereals market to gain revenue worth US$43.2 bn by 2019. This is a decent growth considering an initial revenue valuation of US$32.5 bn registered by the market in 2012. Thus growth is prophesized to occur at a healthy CAGR of 4.1% during the forecast period ranging from 2013 to 2019..
Minimal Preparation Time Drives up Sales of Ready-to-eat Breakfast Cereals
Depending upon the type, the global market for breakfast cereals can be broadly split into ready-to-eat and hot cereals. Of the two, the sales of ready-to-eat breakfast cereals is outstripping that of hot cereals because of the former's minimal preparation time. Europe and North America generate most of the demand for ready-to-eat products. Asia Pacific, on the other hand, sees higher sales of hot breakfast cereals. Vis-à-vis value, by 2019, the hot breakfast cereals segment is predicted to hold 18% share in the global breakfast cereals market.
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Changing Lifestyles make Asia Pacific Attractive Market
From a geographical standpoint, Asia Pacific is a key region in the global market for breakfast cereals. This is because of the rapid pace of industrialization and urbanization that has increased the spending capacity of the people and changed their lifestyles too. As a result, they have started having western food for their breakfast which is usually hassle-free to make. The increasing number of convenience stores in the region is also serving to propel the market for breakfast cereals by upping the brand visibility for manufacturers of breakfast cereals. The fast-expanding major economies of India and China with high population density are the primary drivers of growth in Asia Pacific. A release by the World Bank reveals that the middle class population of India and China will likely become 1.2 bn by 2030. This is slated to benefit the overall market.