Busier lifestyles and greater interest in leisure activities mean that rural households in Latvia today are less likely to prepare their own home-made jams and preserves and honey than was the case in previous generations. Instead, these households are increasingly taking the more convenient option of buying packaged/industrial products. This trend continued to boost demand in the jams and preserves and honey categories in 2016. The remaining spreads categories also continued to develop...
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217 pages •
By Euromonitor International
• Nov 2016
While the review period was characterised by solid growth of packaged food, as the local economy recovered from the crisis of 2009, in 2016 the effect of the recovery period dwindled as the economic outlook deteriorated. In 2016, packaged food restructured and recovered from the shock of the Russian food import embargo. Local manufacturers...