|By PR Newswire||
|April 7, 2014 06:24 PM EDT||
DUBLIN, April 7, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --
Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/wkfk5w/global_processed) have announced the addition of the "Global Processed Cheese Markets" report to their offering.
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This is a report on the Processed 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:
Information on supply and usage in 122 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
Processed Cheese is segmented into:
- Processed Cheese Blocks
- Processed Cheese Canned
- Processed Cheese Slices
- Processed Cheese Spreads - Portions
- Processed Cheese Spreads - Tubs/Jars
- Processed Cheese Others
The year series is 2008-2013F with forecasts to 2018.
Key Topics Covered:
1. KEY FINDINGS
1.1 Market size 2008-2013F and forecast development
2. WEST EUROPE
2.1 Market size 2008-2013F and forecast development
2.2 Market segmentation and trends
2.3 Processed Cheese distribution
3. EAST EUROPE
3.1 Market size 2008-2013F and forecast development
3.2 Market segmentation and trends
3.3 Processed Cheese distribution
4. MIDDLE EAST & NORTH AFRICA (MENA)
4.1 Market size 2008-2013F and forecast development
4.2 Market segmentation and trends
4.3 Processed Cheese distribution
5.1 Market size 2008-2013F and forecast development
5.2 Market segmentation and trends
5.3 Processed Cheese distribution
6. SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA
6.1 Market size 2008-2013F and forecast development
6.2 Market segmentation and trends
6.3 Processed Cheese distribution
7. CENTRAL ASIA AND CAUCUSUS (CAUC)
7.1 Market size 2008-2013F and forecast development
7.2 Market segmentation and trends
7.3 Processed Cheese distribution
8. LATIN AMERICA & CARRIBBEAN
8.1 Market size 2008-2013F and forecast development
8.2 Market segmentation and trends
8.3 Processed Cheese distribution
9. NORTH AMERICA
9.1 Market size 2008-2013F and forecast development
9.2 Market segmentation and trends
9.3 Processed Cheese distribution
10.1 Market size 2008-2013F and forecast development
10.2 Market segmentation and trends
10.3 Processed Cheese distribution
Contact throughout the international dairy processing industry allows us to talk directly to key industry players to gain their view of the market or industry being analysed.
Store checks are carried out by our network of market analysts who confirm products, manufacturers and brands available in selected markets.
For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/wkfk5w/global_processed
Media Contact: Laura Wood, +353-1-481-1716, [email protected]
SOURCE Research and Markets
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