Summary The Swedish dairy & soy food sector is led by the cheese category in value terms, while the milk category leads in volume terms.The ‘fromage frais & quark’ category is expected to register the fastest value and volume growth, during 2017-2022.
Hypermarkets & supermarkets is the leading channel for the distribution of dairy & soy food in the country.Rigid Plastics is the most commonly used pack material in the sector, while ‘flexible packaging’ is expected to register the fastest growth during 2017-2022.
Arla, Groupe Lactalis SA and Norrmejerier are the leading market players in the Swedish dairy & soy food sector.
GlobalData’s Country Profile report on the dairy & soy food sector in Sweden provides insights on high growth categories to target, trends in the usage of package materials, category level distribution channel data and market share of brands.
What else is contained? - Sector data: Overall sector value and volume data with growth analysis for 2012-2022 - Category coverage: Value and growth analysis for butter & spreadable fats, cheese, dairy-based & soy-based desserts, drinkable yogurt, fromage frais & quark, milk, soymilk & soy drinks and yogurt with inputs on individual segment share within each category and the change in their market share forecast for 2017-2022 - Leading players: Market share of brands in value terms in 2017 - Distribution data: Percentage of sales within each category through distribution channels such as cash & carries and warehouse clubs, food & drinks specialists, hypermarkets & supermarkets, convenience stores, “dollar stores”, variety stores & general merchandise retailers, eRetailers and others - Packaging data: consumption breakdown for package materials and pack types in each category, in terms of percentage share of number of units sold. Package material data for flexible packaging, paper & board, rigid metal, rigid plastics, and glass; Pack data for: tub, bag/sachet, can, carton - liquid, bottle, film, stand up pouch, wrapper, cub, aerosol, tray, and jar.
Scope - The Swedish dairy & soy food sector is forecast to register overall value growth of 30.2% during 2017-2022 - Cheese is the leading category in value terms in the Swedish dairy & soy food sector - The per capita consumption of dairy & soy food was higher in Sweden compared to global and regional levels in 2017 - Hypermarkets & Supermarkets is the leading distribution channel in the Swedish dairy & soy food sector - Arla is the leading brand in value and volume terms in the Swedish dairy & soy food sector - Rigid plastics is the most commonly used pack material in the Swedish dairy & soy food sector, followed by paper & board and flexible packaging.
Reasons to buy - Identify high potential categories and explore further market opportunities based on detailed value and volume analysis - Existing and new players can analyze key distribution channels to identify and evaluate trends and opportunities - Gain an understanding of the total competitive landscape based on detailed brand share analysis to plan effective market positioning - Our team of analysts have placed a significant emphasis on changes expected in the market that will provide a clear picture of the opportunities that can be tapped over the next five years, resulting in revenue expansion - The packaging analysis report helps manufacturers, in identifying the most commonly used packaging materials in the sector - Analysis on key macro-economic indicators such as real GDP, nominal GDP, consumer price index, household consumption expenditure, population (by age group, gender, rurral-urban split, and employed people and unemployment rate. It also includes economic summary of the country along with labor market and demographic trends.
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