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Global Italian Hard Cheese - Forecasts to 2018

DUBLIN, February 5, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/6k4647/global_italian) have announced the addition of the "Global Italian Hard Cheese - Forecasts to 2018" report to their offering. 

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This is a report on the Italian Hard Cheese markets in the West and East Europe, Middle East and North Africa, Africa, Asia, Central Asia and Caucasus, Latin and North American regions. 

The report includes Italian EU PDO types but also locally produced Italian cheese types that have adopted traditional PDO designations but are produced outside the EU, e.g. in Argentina, Canada, US or Australia to name several markets.

The report does not include regional or local varieties that may be adopted for similar consumption pattern usages, e.g. kefalotiri or kashkaval in the Balkans or Rumi cheese in Egypt.

The report includes:

Information on supply and usage in 110 markets across the regions.

The report provides information on:

  • Consumption volume (tonnes) and total market value, 2006-2013F
  • Manufacturer supply (2012 only),
  • Volume Channel distribution split into retail, food service and industrial applications 2012 only
  • Local production versus imports at country and regional level for 2012 only

Italian Hard Cheese is segmented into five categories:

  • Parmesan
  • Gran padano
  • Asiago
  • Pecorino (includes romano in USA/Canada or Sardo in Argentina)
  • Other Italian Hard cheese

Product sectors include Italian Hard Cheese segmented into wheel, grated, portion and others.

The year series is 2008-2013F with forecasts to 2018. 

Key Topics Covered: 

1.0.1 Market size and forecast development
1.0.2 Market segmentation and trends
1.0.3 Cheese distribution

2.0.1 Market size and forecast development
2.0.2 Market segmentation and trends
2.0.3 Cheese distribution
2.1 Austria
2.2 Belgium
2.3 Cyprus
2.4 Czech Republic
2.5 Denmark
2.6 Finland
2.7 France
2.8 Germany
2.9 Greece
2.10 Hungary
2.11 Ireland
2.12 Italy
2.13 Malta
2.14 Netherlands
2.15 Norway
2.16 Poland
2.17 Portugal
2.18 Slovakia
2.19 Slovenia
2.20 Spain
2.21 Sweden
2.22 Switzerland
2.23 UK

3.0.1 Market size and forecast development
3.0.2 Market segmentation and trends
3.0.3 Cheese distribution
3.1 Albania
3.2 Belarus
3.3 Bosnia & Herzegovina
3.4 Bulgaria
3.5 Croatia
3.6 Estonia
3.7 Latvia
3.8 Lithuania
3.9 Moldova
3.10 Romania
3.11 Russia
3.12 Serbia
3.13 Ukraine

4.0.1 Market size and forecast development
4.0.2 Market segmentation and trends
4.0.3 Cheese distribution
4.1 Algeria
4.2 Bahrain
4.3 Egypt
4.4 Iran
4.5 Iraq
4.6 Israel
4.7 Jordan
4.8 Kuwait
4.9 Lebanon
4.10 Libya
4.11 Morocco
4.12 Oman
4.13 Qatar
4.14 Saudi Arabia
4.15 Syria
4.16 Tunisia
4.17 Turkey
4.18 UAE
4.19 Yemen

5.0.1 Market size and forecast development
5.0.2 Market segmentation and trends
5.0.3 Cheese distribution
5.1 Angola
5.2 Botswana
5.3 Cameroon
5.4 Congo
5.5 Democratic Republic of Congo
5.6 Ghana
5.7 Ivory Coast
5.8 Kenya
5.9 Mozambique
5.10 Namibia
5.11 Nigeria
5.12 Senegal
5.13 South Africa
5.14 Sudan
5.15 Tanzania
5.16 Uganda

6.0 ASIA
6.0.1 Market size and forecast development
6.0.2 Market segmentation and trends
6.0.3 Cheese distribution
6.1 Bangladesh
6.2 Cambodia
6.3 China
6.4 Hong Kong
6.5 India
6.6 Indonesia
6.7 Japan
6.8 Malaysia
6.9 Pakistan
6.10 Philippines
6.11 Singapore
6.12 South Korea
6.13 Sri Lanka
6.14 Taiwan
6.15 Thailand
6.16 Vietnam

7.0.1 Market size and forecast development
7.0.2 Market segmentation and trends
7.0.3 Cheese distribution
7.1 Afghanistan
7.2 Armenia
7.3 Azerbaijan
7.4 Georgia
7.5 Kazakhstan
7.6 Tajikistan
7.7 Turkmenistan
7.8 Uzbekistan

8.0.1 Market size and forecast development
8.0.2 Market segmentation and trends
8.0.3 Cheese distribution
8.1 Argentina
8.2 Bolivia
8.3 Brazil
8.4 Chile
8.5 Colombia
8.6 Costa Rica
8.7 Dominican Republic
8.8 Ecuador
8.9 El Salvador
8.10 Guatemala
8.11 Honduras
8.12 Jamaica
8.13 Mexico
8.14 Nicaragua
8.15 Peru
8.16 Uruguay
8.17 Venezuela

9.0.1 Market size and forecast development
9.0.2 Market segmentation and trends
9.0.3 Cheese distribution
9.1 Canada
9.2 USA

10.0.1 Market size and forecast development
10.0.2 Market segmentation and trends
10.0.3 Cheese distribution
10.1 Australia
10.2 New Zealand 

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/6k4647/global_italian

Media Contact: Laura Wood, +353-1-481-1716, [email protected]

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