Boston, MA -- (SBWIRE) -- 06/13/2014 -- Trends that were visible in 2012 are expected to develop further in 2013. Dried pasta from semolina remains popular among Czech consumers as the demand for Italian cuisine is strong in the country. Premium quality private label products remain in demand as Czech households try to save due to their unstable purchasing power. Premium private label pasta provides a compromise between good quality and reasonable prices. The bulk of branded products can purchased at promotional prices. Panzani remains the brand most frequently offering products at promotional prices. No other key trend is anticipated in 2013.
In 2012, pasta was led by Bratri Zatkove as, with a 16% share of retail value sales, and Adriana Vyrobce Tistovin sro, with a 13% share. These two companies share a GBO, Europasta SE. Penam sro was ranked third with a 13% share and Emco spol sro fourth with a 12% share.
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Pasta is expected to experience mild but positive growth over the forecast period, with retail volume sales increasing by a 1% CAGR to reach 57,000 tonnes by 2018. Dried pasta is gradually reaching saturation and a big increase in consumption is unlikely.
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