Dried processed food sales declined by 0.1% in current value terms in 2014 to reach ¥2,371.7 billion and declined by 3% in retail volume terms. The decline was mainly due to the contraction in sales of rice, which account for more than 90% of retail volume sales of dried processed food. The consumption of rice continued to decline amid the westernisation of Japanese consumers’ diets and the growing ageing population. While rice had long been a staple of the Japanese diet, consumers, especially...
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43 pages •
By Euromonitor International
• Nov 2017
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