3 reports

Drinking Milk Products in Bolivia

29 pages • By Euromonitor International

The government´s policy to reduce the price of powder milk by 33% in June 2014 helped to increase sales of domestic powder milk products, but international brands were affected in terms of revenue, by this policy. Nevertheless, this situation changed after a subsequent increase in prices. During December 2014, the government was forced to...

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Sep 2015

Cheese in Bolivia

25 pages • By Euromonitor International

Sales of cheese are directly impacted by increases in milk prices. In December 2014, the government was forced to increase the price of milk that is sold to companies by dairy cattle farmers, after seven years of price stability. As a consequence, the prices of milk and milk products were increased by an average of 20%. This situation will...

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Sep 2015

Yoghurt and Sour Milk Products in Bolivia

25 pages • By Euromonitor International

In spite of the Bolivian government’s efforts to increase the consumption of milk and derivatives of milk, sales of yoghurt and sour milk products remained limited to middle- and high-income households. These Bolivians have more resources to consume what they consider healthy. In response, companies invest in the development of new products...

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Sep 2015