19 reports

Processed Fruit and Vegetables in Algeria

26 pages • By Euromonitor International

Processed fruit and vegetables continued to be stimulated by population growth, increasing urbanisation, as well as the demand for staple foods at more affordable prices. In addition, the slowdown of economic conditions in Algeria due to the oil crisis and declining disposable incomes, are limiting consumers’ spending levels. Moreover, sales...

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Oct 2016

Processed Meat and Seafood in Algeria

24 pages • By Euromonitor International

The popularity of processed meat and seafood in Algeria continued to be driven principally by the demand for staple foods at more affordable prices. Moreover, new lifestyle patterns and the increasing convenience trend continued to bolster the development of processed meat and seafood in 2016. In addition, as competition intensified, many...

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Oct 2016

Breakfast Cereals in Algeria

23 pages • By Euromonitor International

Breakfast cereals remains a young category in Algeria. Thus, it witnessed increasing popularity for consumption at breakfast, reflected by rapid growth rates, although breakfast cereals’ popularity is limited to urban areas where consumers tend to follow some Western lifestyles. However, the demand is focused mainly on children, as the consumption...

800 912 600
Oct 2016

Packaged Food in Algeria

180 pages • By Euromonitor International

Overall, packaged food sales in Algeria increased in 2016, with all categories continuing to record healthy retail volume and value sales growth, driven by a growing population and changing lifestyle trends. Nevertheless, packaged food saw a slight slowdown in volume terms in 2016 due to declining disposable incomes as a result of the economic...

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Oct 2016

Ready Meals in Algeria

23 pages • By Euromonitor International

Ready meals remains a niche with limited demand targeting a small population of high-income urban consumers. The category remained small in 2016 due to a lack of interest and culture of consumption. There still exists a strong culture of home cooking in Algeria, which is generally thought of as better tasting and healthier, especially among...

800 912 600
Oct 2016

Sauces, Dressings and Condiments in Algeria

27 pages • By Euromonitor International

The growing population and steady demand for sauces, dressings and condiments products driven by daily use in Algerian cuisine continued to support the category’s healthy growth. Thus, performance remained focused on classic major components of daily cooking such as tomato pastes and purées, which is very popular in the local diet. Indeed,...

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Oct 2016

Soup in Algeria

22 pages • By Euromonitor International

Soup in dehydrated or shelf stable format is not a meal that Algerians traditionally consume. Thus, growth in the soup category depends on the expatriate population which, though small, is still significant and growing. The growth of supermarkets and hypermarkets is also helping to increase visibility of the product on retail shelves. Dehydrated...

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Oct 2016

Spreads in Algeria

23 pages • By Euromonitor International

Consumers’ increasingly hectic lifestyles drove demand for convenient breakfast options in 2016, which contributed to current retail value growth. Therefore, due to the rise of the convenience trend, spreads benefited from being a complement to bread. Indeed, an increase in the number working women led to a shift away from more time-consuming...

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Oct 2016

Baby Food in Algeria

23 pages • By Euromonitor International

Algeria is witnessing rapid urbanisation and has a high birth rate of around 24 per 1,000 people per year. This has led to a change in lifestyles. More women are entering the workforce, with this leading to an increase in sales of baby food, which offers an alternative to breastfeeding. In 2016, baby food recorded current value growth of 16%...

800 912 600
Sep 2016

Cheese in Algeria

23 pages • By Euromonitor International

Although there are no traditional cheeses in Algeria, the category has been developing and becoming more accessible to consumers thanks to an increasing range of products. On the whole, Algeria is the heaviest consumer of dairy in North Africa, with an estimated annual consumption of 112 litres per person. Dairy products make up an important...

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Sep 2016

Other Dairy in Algeria

24 pages • By Euromonitor International

In 2016, category growth was supported by ongoing demand for chilled and shelf stable desserts, whose popularity is increasing. Dairy has always been an important part of the Algerian diet. As lifestyles change and urbanisation continues, Algerians are looking for new dairy products, sometimes as alternatives to traditional yoghurt and sour...

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Sep 2016

Sugar Confectionery in Algeria

23 pages • By Euromonitor International

Sugar confectionery is cheap to produce and cheap to buy. In 2016 it saw an increase in current value of 10% and volume growth of 3%. This category is set to increase as it will remain popular, especially as Algeria’s population is young and there is a high birth rate. The biggest category in value terms is boiled sweets, which saw current...

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Aug 2016

Gum in Algeria

22 pages • By Euromonitor International

Local brands are finding it difficult to compete with international brands that are able to provide more diverse products and are regarded to be of better quality. Chewing gum continues to be dominated by international brands and higher price tags. The most popular type of gum is still sugar-based mint flavour but other alternatives are being...

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Aug 2016

Chocolate Confectionery in Algeria

26 pages • By Euromonitor International

Chocolate confectionery continued to register growth in 2016 given its continued popularity with all age groups and social classes. Despite recent economic difficulty in the country, small treats such as chocolate confectionery have remained popular. They are also considered a reliable snack for people on the go and for children between meals....

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Aug 2016

Savoury Snacks in Algeria

23 pages • By Euromonitor International

Consumption of savoury snacks, especially nuts, have been a long-standing tradition in Algeria, and category growth is directly linked to population growth. Savoury snacks such as potato chips are a popular snack between meals and accommodate the busier lifestyles of Algerians that find themselves on the go. The increasingly hectic lifestyle...

800 912 600
Aug 2016

Sweet Biscuits, Snack Bars and Fruit Snacks in Algeria

28 pages • By Euromonitor International

It is common for sweet biscuits to be consumed as snacks between meals. These are enjoyed by all social groups and ages. On average, each person in Algeria consumes 3kg of sweet biscuits a year. The success of this category is down to the fact that Algeria has a young and growing population and they are attracted to sweet biscuits as snacks....

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Aug 2016

Sweet and Savoury Snacks in Algeria

24 pages • By Euromonitor International

Growth in sweet and savoury snacks is partly owing to a change in the lifestyle of many Algerian consumers, owing to increasingly busy work schedules, which have pushed up demand for convenient snacks for consumption between meals. In addition, growing consumer interest in new brands, product types and flavour variants launched in the latter...

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Nov 2015

Biscuits and Snack Bars in Algeria

27 pages • By Euromonitor International

Biscuits and snack bars are part of the daily diet in Algeria to be eaten as snacks between meals and also at breakfast. Their increasing popularity is due to the changing eating habits and new lifestyle patterns, with a growing trend towards on-the-go consumption. Moreover, the easy accessibility of biscuits and snack bars with a wide range...

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Oct 2015

Oils and Fats in Algeria

27 pages • By Euromonitor International

Oils and fats growth is directly linked to population growth. In fact, as much as the population is increasing in Algeria, the market size is growing as oils and fats are very popular for all households and considered an essential ingredient of Algerian cuisine and homemade meals. For instance, vegetable and seed oil has no substitute or other...

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Oct 2015