31 reports

Packaged Food in Nigeria

186 pages • By Euromonitor International

The packaged food industry continued to perform well in Nigeria over the review period, despite an economic recession in 2016. Growth of the already large Nigerian population, particularly babies, children and young people, drove categories such as baby food, confectionery, noodles, biscuits and dairy products. A booming urban population –...

5 720 6 521 4 290
Nov 2016

Processed Meat and Seafood in Nigeria

26 pages • By Euromonitor International

Processed meat and seafood has experienced slower growth in both current value and volume terms in 2016 compared to the review period. This is due to the recession as rising prices combined with lower disposable income has resulted in many consumers looking for more affordable forms of protein.Euromonitor International’s Processed...

800 912 600
Nov 2016

Processed Fruit and Vegetables in Nigeria

25 pages • By Euromonitor International

Most Nigerians do not normally shop for fruit and vegetables in a processed form (except for canned sweet corn and green peas which are used for cooking jollof rice, which is a popular Nigerian delicacy). Therefore, the category is seeing a slowdown in retail volume and current value terms in 2016. The fact that the majority of products in...

800 912 600
Nov 2016

Food and Grocery Retail in Nigeria

32 pages • By MarketLine

SummaryFood and Grocery Retail in Nigeria industry profile provides top-line qualitative and quantitative summary information including: market size (value 2011-15, and forecast to 2020). The profile also contains descriptions of the leading players including key financial metrics and analysis of competitive pressures within the...

318 350 270
Oct 2016

Ready Meals in Nigeria

23 pages • By Euromonitor International

Ready meals in Nigeria is a relatively new category with very low sales, as storing and cooling the products is hampered due to the poor electricity supply. The only significant product within the category is frozen pizza, which is benefiting from growing interest among a segment of Nigerians for Western foods. Visibility of this product has...

800 912 600
Oct 2016

Soup in Nigeria

24 pages • By Euromonitor International

Soup in Western form is not a meal that Nigerians traditionally consume. The only type of soup Nigerians tend to consume is “pepper soup”, but this is largely taken away from home, and unpackaged. Thus, soup growth depends on the expatriate population which, although small, has been significant over the review period. However, with the economic...

800 912 600
Oct 2016

Spreads in Nigeria

24 pages • By Euromonitor International

The spreads category has increased penetration in Nigeria over the review period with increased acceptance amongst middle class Nigerians. A growth of incomes among some sections of the population, rising modernisation of food products as consumers become more time stressed and more sophisticated in their demands, and growth of modern retail...

800 912 600
Oct 2016

Sauces, Dressings and Condiments in Nigeria

28 pages • By Euromonitor International

The start of local production in March 2016 by the major conglomerate, Dangote Industries, of tomato paste – one of the largest categories within sauces, dressings, and condiments – is believed to possibly lead to lower prices in the long run and thereby increased demand. As competition is already tough, the tightening price-based competition...

800 912 600
Oct 2016

Cheese in Nigeria

23 pages • By Euromonitor International

Cheese in Nigeria is still a niche category. Although Nigerians do consume lots of unpackaged local cheese (such as wara in the southwest), packaged cheese is not popular amongst Nigerians, with the main consumer base being expatriates. Growth is, however, being driven by an increased presence in retail outlets, such as supermarkets, hypermarkets...

800 912 600
Sep 2016

Baby Food in Nigeria

26 pages • By Euromonitor International

Baby food in Nigeria continued to show sound growth 2016, although growth was weaker than the review period average due to considerably weaker GDP growth arising from lower revenue from crude oil sales. The poor economic growth was counteracted slightly by continued growth in the baby population as well as growth in the urban population, which...

800 912 600
Sep 2016

Other Dairy in Nigeria

26 pages • By Euromonitor International

In the absence of a liquid milk culture in Nigeria (largely due to the poor electricity supply), condensed milk serves as the major milk complement for a variety of beverages and foods, such as tea, flavoured powder drinks, coffee and cereals. It is therefore an important category in Nigeria, particularly as population growth ensures steady...

800 912 600
Sep 2016

Gum in Nigeria

24 pages • By Euromonitor International

Gum recorded a strong performance in 2016, with current value sales rising by 11% - the highest growth rate within confectionery in Nigeria. This good performance can largely be credited to the growing availability of a wide range of brands with new flavours and enhanced visibility on shelves in supermarkets, independent small grocers, night-life...

800 912 600
Jul 2016

Chocolate Confectionery in Nigeria

26 pages • By Euromonitor International

In 2016, chocolate confectionery continued to see positive growth, albeit much weaker than over the review period. Sales have been driven predominantly by modernisation, given the growing number of supermarkets and independent small grocers in which Western-style goods are displayed on shelves, with a wide range of brands being available at...

800 912 600
Jul 2016

Sugar Confectionery in Nigeria

26 pages • By Euromonitor International

Sugar confectionery continues to benefit from population growth, which has ensured a good supply of new consumers supporting both volume and value sales. Demand is particularly strong amongst children, the number of which is growing strongly. In addition, there is also a strong adult consumer base thanks to medicated confectionery, with these...

800 912 600
Jul 2016

Savoury Snacks in Nigeria

33 pages • By Euromonitor International

Savoury snacks is growing well in Nigeria, with urbanisation and the rise in the number of Nigerians involved in formal employment resulting in growing demand for convenient snacks. Nigeria has a strong tradition of cottage industry savoury snacks, such as nuts. However, with consumers demanding better quality and convenience, such products...

800 912 600
Jul 2016

Sweet Biscuits, Snack Bars and Fruit Snacks in Nigeria

32 pages • By Euromonitor International

Sweet biscuits, snack bars and fruit snacks in Nigeria is benefitting from population growth and increased product variety, with value added and higher quality products also performing well among the growing middle class population. Desire for convenience among time-stressed urban consumers who demand on-the-go snacks is also helping to fuel...

800 912 600
Jul 2016

Animal Feed Mill Feasibility Report- 23000 tons per year

89 pages • By Highnet Resources Ltd.

This feasibility report analyses the market, operational and financial viability of setting up an Animal feed mill with 23,000 tons of annual capacity with a view to generating economic and financial indices to assist in making investment decisions. The report covers Nigeria in general with some emphasis on the peculiar situation in Rivers...

909 1 000 773
Jun 2016

Leventis Foods Ltd in Packaged Food (Nigeria)

2 pages • By Euromonitor International

Leventis Foods Ltd aims to become a leading producer of high-quality foods in the Nigerian market, particularly within bakery where it has a historical presence. It will continually seek to increase its production capacity as well as develop a strong distribution network in the highly competitive pastries category.Euromonitor International...

115 131 86
Dec 2015

Sweet and Savoury Snacks in Nigeria

27 pages • By Euromonitor International

Popular fruit snacks (usually plantain based) and nuts, which are normally unpackaged and are traditionally popular in Nigeria, are increasingly sold branded and packaged, and so grow fast. Other products are westernised and benefit from growing interest in western-style foods among middle- and upper-income consumers, the population of which...

800 912 600
Nov 2015

Oils and Fats in Nigeria

28 pages • By Euromonitor International

Due to urban population growth, increased marketing by competitors, Westernisation, and growth of modern retail, oils and fats recorded 10% value growth in 2015. Part of the growth was fuelled by the increase in social activities such as parties and weddings, which was driven by growing incomes among the middle class, whilst increased sales...

800 912 600
Oct 2015

Presco – Palm Oil Refinery Development – Nigeria - Construction Project Profile

7 pages • By World Market Intelligence Ltd

SynopsisThe "Presco – Palm Oil Refinery Development – Nigeria - Construction Project Profile" contains information on the scope of the project including project overview and location. The profile also details project ownership and funding, gives a full project description, as well as information on contracts, tendering and key project...

68 75 58
Sep 2015

Global Pasta and Noodles Market: Merger and Acquisitions July 2015

16 pages • By Canadean Ltd

SummaryThe report provides a review of the mergers and acquisitions (MandAs), partnering deals, and agreements entered into by companies active in the global pasta and noodles market during July 2015.Key FindingsUsing this report, dealmakers will effectively gain an insight into deal activity of the global pasta...

268 295 228
Aug 2015

Nigeria Food and Drink Industry Report 2015

126 pages • By QY Research Group

SummaryThe Nigeria Food and Drink Industry Report 2015 is a professional and in-depth study on the current state of the Food and Drink industry.The report provides a basic overview of the industry including definitions, classifications, applications and industry chain structure. The Food and Drink market analysis...

2 909 3 200 2 473
Jul 2015

Wholesale and Retail of Food in Nigeria 2015

74 pages • By Who Owns Whom

Nigeria’s US$99bn-a-year food retail sector is modernising rapidly. Shoppers with disposable income are swapping open-air markets for malls, convenience stores, supermarkets and online shopping. Despite vast infrastructural and distribution challenges for retailers, the formal food market is expected to continue encroaching heavily on the...

1 018 1 120 865
Feb 2015

Dried Processed Food in Nigeria

51 pages • By Euromonitor International

Dried processed food is a fast-growing market in Nigeria as it comprises products that are staples in Nigeria, such as rice, or that have become almost staples, such as noodles. Apart from bread, rice is Nigeria's major staple food; although it has been losing out to the strong growth of noodles, packaged rice in smaller packets has started...

800 912 600
Jan 2015

Frozen Processed Food in Nigeria

49 pages • By Euromonitor International

Due to the difficulty ensuring refrigeration given the poor electricity supply in Nigeria, sales of frozen processed food are not traditionally strong in retail channels. It has also been traditionally more common for Nigerians to buy unbranded, unpackaged products, particularly frozen fish and frozen poultry. Consumers purchase such products...

800 912 600
Jan 2015

Ice Cream in Nigeria

49 pages • By Euromonitor International

Ice cream sales increased by a strong 14% in current retail value terms in 2014. This improvement is underpinned by rising disposable incomes and the growing adoption of Western consumption habits by Nigerian consumers. New product and packaging developments, improvements in distribution (especially via supermarkets and hypermarkets outlets),...

800 912 600
Jan 2015

Canned/Preserved Food in Nigeria

49 pages • By Euromonitor International

Canned/preserved food is seeing good growth in Nigeria driven by the increasing desire for convenient, easy-to-prepare food, due to growing urbanisation and increased working in formal environments. There is also increased usage of products such as fish, vegetables and meat as key ingredients in cooking, as parts of the Nigerian population...

800 912 600
Jan 2015

Biscuits in Nigeria

51 pages • By Euromonitor International

Nigeria’s fast-growing biscuits market is benefiting from population growth and increased variety of biscuits which tend to be higher priced than previously, catering to a group of consumers whose incomes are growing. Competition is increasing and the market is tending towards more sophistication, with foreign-owned companies trying to find...

800 912 600
Jan 2015

Snack Bars in Nigeria

42 pages • By Euromonitor International

There is a negligible market for snack bars in Nigeria.Euromonitor International's Snack Bars in Nigeria report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the market at a national level. It provides the latest retail sales data 2010-2014, allowing you to identify the sectors driving growth. It identifies the leading companies,...

800 912 600
Jan 2015