Baby food continued to benefit from increasing urbanisation and the fact that more women are joining the workforce and thus have less time to breastfeed or prepare home-made meals for their babies. Despite the high prices parents therefore continued to invest in their children’s food in order to provide high-quality and valuable meals, whilst simultaneously saving time. This trend continues to develop as the number of dual parent working families continues to grow, leading to a lack of spare tim...
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25 pages •
By Euromonitor International
• Nov 2017
Despite the fact that eating home cooked meals remains a very strong tradition in Tunisia at all socioeconomic levels, ready meals continued to expand in Tunisia in 2017 with retail volume growth of 6% to reach 200 tonnes. Consumers have begun eating more ready meals and the per capita consumption increased in 2017 compared with 2015 and 2016...