The Egypt baby food market grew at a CAGR of 6.26% over the review period, reaching a market value of USD 43.0 million as of 2011. The market stood at USD 33.7 million in 2007.
Albany, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 07/08/2016 -- The report reviews the historical data of the Egypt baby food market before further branching out to analyze this market based on baby food products and types of baby food available in the market. This report offers a comprehensive view of the overall Egypt Baby Food and Pediatric Nutrition market. It also comprises an overview of the Middle East and Africa Markets.
This report also discusses both existing and emerging manufacturing techniques and innovations. It explores the growth potential of baby food across key regions with the Egypt market while offering details about growth drivers and restraints. A comprehensive list of domestic as well as global brands is included in the Egypt baby food market research report. Transparency Market Research's report further discusses production capacity and value, costs, and market shares held by the dominant players.
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Besides a full quantitative analysis of the baby food market in Egypt, the report features a detailed qualitative analysis as well. The data is broken down systematically and presented in the form of easy-to-understand graphs, charts, and info-graphics. As part of the value chain analysis of the baby food industry in Egypt, the report discusses factors such as: upstream raw material, downstream markets, and dynamics of the current baby food market in Egypt. Recommendations for growth and an overview of opportunities add further value to TMR's analysis.
The Egypt baby food market grew at a CAGR of 6.26% over the review period, reaching a market value of USD 43.0 million as of 2011. The market stood at USD 33.7 million in 2007. This consistent and substantial growth in the market for baby food in Egypt is attributable to a growing parental awareness about better nutrition for their infants and toddlers.
This report segments the market for baby food in Egypt based on product as: Bottled baby food, baby cereals, baby snacks, canned and frozen baby foods, and baby soups. Further, the market is also classified and studied based on type as: Dried baby food, milk formula, prepared baby food, and other baby food.
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As nutritional requirements change through the early development stage of infants, the demand for related products changes as well. Besides a heightened awareness about the nutritional needs of their babies, parents-especially full-time working professionals-find ready baby food products to be a convenient alternative to conventional home-cooked food.
In a number of developing nations, where disposable income is growing, parents consider name-brands as a status symbol. The baby food market is no exception. This trend is also being observed in the Egyptian baby food market.
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