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Dairy Market Insights Report United Kingdom: In-depth Analysis of Key Companies, Brands, Volume, Value and Segmentation Trends and Opportunities in the Dairy Drinks and Food Markets

LONDON, Aug. 11, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportbuyer.com has added a new market research report:

Dairy Market Insights Report United Kingdom: In-depth Analysis of Key Companies, Brands, Volume, Value and Segmentation Trends and Opportunities in the Dairy Drinks and Food Markets

https://www.reportbuyer.com/product/2275800/Dairy-Market-Insights-Report-United-Kingdom--In-depth-Analysis-of-Key-Companies-Brands-Volume-Value-and-Segmentation-Trends-and-Opportunities-in-the-Dairy-Drinks-and-Food-Markets.html

Summary

Annual Dairy Market Insights: United Kingdom report published by Canadean, is an essential tool for keeping up-to-date with the latest industry developments in the British dairy market, providing detailed analysis, factors influencing demand and challenges faced by the industry

Key Findings

The dairy market in the United Kingdom is well established and mature, with very little innovation apparent across the board, with only fermented milk demonstrating any impressive long term growth. Additional drivers for the market include:
• Dairy farmers uncertain of their futures as the industry faces another challenging year. This is in spite of various key players increasing their average price per liter paid to farmers throughout the year
• Public concerns over calorie content spur low fat product development, but the industry remains largely uninspired. This is in spite of new EU directives about health claims permitted on packaging, causing the dairy industry to adjust in many ways
• Brand loyalty is low and product quality is becoming a more important influence, as are health considerations
• Opportunities exist for the development of more value added products in all categories but these are generally not translating into significant volume growth, partially due to the conservative nature of the UK consumer

Synopsis

This report offers a comprehensive and detailed analysis of the dairy drinks and food market in the United Kingdom, with data information and market forecasts. The report identifies the key market drivers across all major dairy drinks and food categories. In particular, this reports provides in-depth analysis for the following:
Analysis across the market, being able to split this performance by volume and value across both Brand and Company levels
Forecasted data supported by narrative composed by consultants based within the market, providing relevant context and insight
Several new categories, especially those pertaining to dairy foods, allowing granularity specific to individual categories, such as Butter & Other Dairy Fats, Cheese and Spoonable Yogurt
Significant activity in the dairy industry is covered, including recent new product introductions (detailing flavor, pack type, pack size, retail price and selected pack shots) and the latest industry news
Identification of new products , detailing owners, operators and branding

Reasons To Buy

• Designed for clients who wish to understand the latest trends in the British dairy industry and want more detailed data and analysis

• Canadean's United Kingdom Annual Dairy Market Insights report is ideal for benchmarking total market vs retail audit data and is an essential tool for keeping up-to-date with the latest industry and market developments

• This report will give the user confidence to make the correct business decisions based on a detailed analysis of the beverage market in United Kingdom

• In the current climate of economic uncertainty and market volatility, companies need to know about more than just data
Table of Contents
1.Executive Summary
2.Market Context
3.Market Overview
a.Milk Tree
4.Category Profiles
a.Dairy Drinks Section
3A – White Milk Section
3B – Flavoured Milk Section
3C – Drinking Yogurt Section
3D – Fermented Milk Section
3E – Condensed Milk Section
3F – Evaporated Milk Section
3G – Soymilk Section

3H – Grain, Nut, Rice and Seed Milk Alternative Drinks
b.Dairy Foods Section
4A – Butter & Other Dairy Fats Section
4B – Cheese Section
4C – Cream Section
4D – Spoonable Yogurt Section
4E – Dairy-based Desserts Section
4F – Dairy-based Snacks Section
4G – Other Dairy-based Food
c.Sports Nutrition Drinks Section
5A – Endurance Drinks Section
5B – Muscle Building Drinks Section
5C – Recovery Drinks
5.Company Profiles
6.Data Revisions Summary
7.Appendix
a.Methodology
b.Definitions Category Distribution Packaging
8.Macroeconomic Data

Read the full report:
Dairy Market Insights Report United Kingdom: In-depth Analysis of Key Companies, Brands, Volume, Value and Segmentation Trends and Opportunities in the Dairy Drinks and Food Markets

https://www.reportbuyer.com/product/2275800/Dairy-Market-Insights-Report-United-Kingdom--In-depth-Analysis-of-Key-Companies-Brands-Volume-Value-and-Segmentation-Trends-and-Opportunities-in-the-Dairy-Drinks-and-Food-Markets.html

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