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Belgium's Meat, Fish & Poultry market on the rise, says new market report

by the Fish Site Editor
06 November 2007, at 12:00am

BELGIUM - The world's largest market research organisation - Research and Markets - has added a detailed analytical report on the Meat, Fish and Poultry market in Belgium to 2010 to it's on line library. It says the sector is growing steadily every year and this new publication makes very interesting reading for anyone involved in the food industry.

The new databook comprises detailed information covering all the key data on Meat, Fish and Poultry in Belgium, and includes comprehensive value volume segmentation and market share data. It also supplies actual data up to 2005 and full forecasts up to 2010.

It covers all food sources, including canned meat,fish and seafood, chilled and frozen products, deli food and provides market value, volume, expenditure and consumption data by market, segment and subsegment.

Company and brand share data by category is also listed along with distribution information. It also details market value segmentation by demographic and socioeconomic group.

Highlights
The market for Meat, fish, poultry in Belgium increased between 2000-2005 and continues to grow at an average annual rate of 5.9 per cent. The leading company in the market in 2005 was Nestle, followed by Coraya then Sopralex et Vosmarques.

The databook aims to establish the major quantitative trends affecting the Meat, fish, poultry markets in Belgium and help to understand consumer consumption and expenditure trend. It provides a useful insight into future market direction, based on reliable historical.

Research and Markets is a leading source for international market research and market data. It holds thousands of major research publications from most of the leading publishers, consultants and analysts.It provides the latest data on international and regional markets, key industries, the top companies, new products and the latest trends.

For more information visit: www.researchandmarkets.com

 

the Fish Site Editor