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  • Consumption of flavored milk (million kilograms), 2015-20
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Top Trends in Dairy 2017: Exploring the milk, cheese and yogurt categories Summary Consumers seek food products that contribute towards, and do not compromise, their health and wellbeing. Significantly, this quality is more influential than the sensory attributes of food products. Product alignment with time and money...

  • Dairy Products
  • Soybean
  • Yogurt
  • World
  • Demand
  • Passport 1
  • Strategic Direction

Plain yoghurt continued be an important factor for the development of yoghurt and sour milk products. Quality remained the only factor carrying greater importance for local consumers. For Bulgarians, the flavour of plain yoghurt sweeter and creamier and they appreciate these qualities. This familiar flavour of Bulgarian brands is what consumers...

  • Packaged Food
  • Processed Food
  • Yogurt
  • Bulgaria
  • Passport 1
  • Passport 8

Yoghurt and sour milk products saw current value growth of 5% in 2017, leading to sales of EUR81 million. This represented a stronger rate of growth than the CAGR for the review period as a whole, as yoghurt and sour milk products’ expansion was driven by its capacity to meet increasing demand for food that is perceived to be both healthy...

  • Fermented Milk
  • Processed Food
  • Yogurt
  • Lithuania
  • Demand
  • Passport 1
  • Passport 11

Yoghurt and sour milk products in Japan maintained rapid growth in 2017, recording a 5% retail current value increase to reach JPY1,054.0 billion, due to continuous strong interest in the health benefits of yoghurt amongst Japanese consumers across age groups. Due to aggressive promotions through various media throughout the review period,...

  • Processed Food
  • Yogurt
  • Japan
  • Demand
  • Meiji Co., Ltd.
  • Passport 1
  • Passport 11

Yoghurt and sour milk products as a whole recorded healthy 4% current value growth to reach CAD2.1 billion in 2017. This continued robust growth has resulted in the category being amongst the fastest growing in packaged food in Canada. Euromonitor International’s Yoghurt and Sour Milk Products in Canada report offers a comprehensive...

  • Fermented Milk
  • Processed Food
  • Yogurt
  • Canada
  • Demand
  • Passport 1
  • Passport 8

As yoghurt is not under price regulation, companies are inclined to shift scarce inputs such as raw milk into this line of products. Whilst volume growth was limited in 2016 due to shortages of packaging materials and the supply of raw milk, in 2017 there are signs of an increased presence of most products. Still companies’ cost structures...

  • Processed Food
  • Yogurt
  • Venezuela
  • Demand
  • Passport 1
  • Passport 9

Yoghurt and sour milk products recorded 4% current value growth to reach SGD130 million in 2017. Growth was marginally slower than the review period, as yoghurt moved towards maturity. With increasingly hectic lifestyles, consumers are dining out more often, leading to a greater number of issues linked to digestive health. This has helped...

  • Yogurt
  • Singapore
  • Demand
  • Forecast
  • F&N Foods Ltd
  • Strategic Direction
  • Passport 1

Traditional sour milk products are popular in Azerbaijan. Historically, these drinks were home-prepared. In 2017, after waves of currency devaluations in 2015 and 2016, consumers adjusted their lifestyles and became more cautious in their spending, and some reverted to unpackaged formats of sour milk products. However, over the review period...

  • Fermented Milk
  • Yogurt
  • Azerbaijan
  • Demand
  • Forecast
  • Passport 1
  • Strategic Direction

Yoghurt and sour milk products continued to register dynamic value growth in China in 2017, as most Chinese consumers generally associate these products with benefits to overall wellbeing, digestive health in particular. In the first place, faster lifestyle and higher tension from work and life have led consumers to increasingly pursue convenient...

  • Fermented Milk
  • Packaged Food
  • Yogurt
  • China
  • Demand
  • Passport 1
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Greek yoghurt grew significantly in 2016 and 2017, although the growth came from a low base. After Farmi started selling Greek yoghurt in Estonia over the review period, Valio did the same in 2016. At the beginning of 2017 Valio announced that sales of its Greek yoghurt had grown by 140% in Estonia. Sales were helped by it introducing flavoured...

  • Fermented Milk
  • Processed Food
  • Yogurt
  • Estonia
  • Demand
  • Passport 1
  • Passport 9

Yoghurt and sour milk products benefits significantly from the growing health awareness among local consumers and the health and wellness trends which are gaining greater significance by the day. Local consumers increasingly include yoghurt and sour milk products in their daily diet as part of their weight loss regime or simply in order to...

  • Dairy Products
  • Fermented Milk
  • Yogurt
  • Macedonia
  • Demand
  • Passport 1
  • Passport 11

Growing health consciousness among Australian consumers drove the growth of plain yoghurt in 2017. Consumers are shifting from sweetened to unsweetened yoghurt varieties due to sugar concerns and because plain yoghurt has a healthy nutritional profile, being both high in protein and fat. The decline in stigma regarding fat consumption over...

  • Packaged Food
  • Processed Food
  • Yogurt
  • Australia
  • Demand
  • Passport 11
  • Passport 1

Despite the previously strong growth expectations for pro/prebiotic products in this category, consumers have not widely embraced them. Ukrainians tend to pay more attention to flavour and quality rather than promoted advantages that are not obvious. Some consumers are actually put off by the perceived extra chemical ingredients. Price-sensitive...

  • Dairy Products
  • Fermented Milk
  • Yogurt
  • Ukraine
  • Demand
  • Strategic Direction
  • Passport 1

People consider that yoghurt is an excellent source of nutrition with it being positioned as a healthy beverage or food. Lifestyles are becoming increasingly hectic due to there being more traffic as well as work, school and universities being more demanding, which has created more demand for yoghurt, since the product is easy to grab and...

  • Yogurt
  • Peru
  • Demand
  • Gloria SA
  • Laive SA
  • Passport 1
  • Strategic Direction

Sour milk products accounted for a 68% retail volume share of total yoghurt and sour milk products in 2017. The category is highly traditional among Russians. However, over the review period sour milk products registered a lower retail volume CAGR than yoghurt, and in 2017 sour milk products stagnated while yoghurt achieved a 2% retail volume...

  • Processed Food
  • Yogurt
  • Russia
  • Demand
  • Danone SA
  • Strategic Direction
  • Passport 1

Values sales of yoghurt and sour milk products grew by 4% in 2017, a slightly faster pace than in the previous year. The category consists mainly of yoghurt and probiotic yoghurt drinks, with no sour milk products being available in Taiwan. Probiotics in other formats such as capsules, sweets and concentrated powder, aimed at health-conscious...

  • Yogurt
  • Taiwan
  • Demand
  • Standard Foods Corp
  • Wei Chuan Foods Corp
  • Passport 1
  • Passport 10

The review period saw sales decreases for yoghurts that are high in sugar, such as fruited yoghurt and flavoured yoghurt, while plain yoghurt registered faster growth rates. This was due to a general shift away from products with high sugar content. Consumers increasingly looked to control their sugar intake by adding fruit or other natural...

  • Yogurt
  • Israel
  • Demand
  • Strauss Group
  • Tnuva Food Industries Ltd
  • Passport 1
  • Passport 10

Yoghurt and sour milk products performed relatively well in 2017 thanks to catering for ongoing demand for healthier foods due to often being offered with no artificial ingredients and containing additional vitamins and other nutrients. Poles followed the trends present in Western countries, which included a shift from fruited and flavoured...

  • Packaged Food
  • Processed Food
  • Yogurt
  • Poland
  • Demand
  • Passport 1
  • Passport 11

Current value sales of yoghurt and sour milk products generated 3% growth in Slovakia in 2017 to reach retail sales of EUR170 million. The category performed well thanks to more significant marketing support and by product innovation which focused on lactose-free yoghurt and brands with added benefits, such as high-protein or organic product...

  • Dairy Products
  • Fermented Milk
  • Yogurt
  • Slovakia
  • Demand
  • Strategic Direction
  • Passport 10

A high degree of product innovation, coupled with the ever more apparent health and wellness trend, continued to drive the performance of yoghurt and sour milk products in 2017. Despite rising competition from alternative high protein, on-the-go dairy alternatives such as fromage frais and quark, yoghurt continued to perform well. One health...

  • Fermented Milk
  • Yogurt
  • Norway
  • Demand
  • Tine SA
  • Passport 9
  • Passport 1

Current retail value sales of yoghurt and sour milk products grew by 85% in 2017 since more Egyptians were switching from unpackaged yoghurt to packaged yoghurt because they perceive it as healthier, because it is more convenient, and because the package designs are eye-catching. Euromonitor International’s Yoghurt and Sour Milk Products...

  • Fermented Milk
  • Food
  • Yogurt
  • Egypt
  • Demand
  • Passport 10
  • Passport 1

Home-made plain yoghurt continued to gain popularity among Turkish consumers in 2017. This restricted the development of yoghurt and sour milk products, as plain yoghurt accounted for an overall retail value share of 76% within the category. Home-made yoghurt is traditionally very popular in Turkey, and has long accounted for the lion’s share...

  • Fermented Milk
  • Yogurt
  • Turkey
  • Demand
  • Forecast
  • Passport 1
  • Strategic Direction

Yoghurt and sour milk products is very popular in Algeria, with these products being widely consumed by different consumer groups. The category is a developed, dynamic and is an innovative branch of the food industry in Algeria. Indeed, the increasingly important connection between yoghurt consumption and the on-the-go consumption trend, as...

  • Fermented Milk
  • Packaged Food
  • Yogurt
  • Algeria
  • Demand
  • Passport 1
  • Passport 10

SanCor Cooperativas Unidas, the second largest company in yoghurt and sour milk products in the country, had a deep financial crisis that led to a shortage of yoghurt and other dairy products during much of 2017. SanCor factories were paralyzed. There was a significant lack of products in all channels. Given the SanCor’s importance in the...

  • Fermented Milk
  • Yogurt
  • Argentina
  • Demand
  • August 2017
  • Passport 1

Except for plain yoghurt, consumers’ lower preference for yoghurt products continued in 2017. In 2003, drinking yoghurt accounted for an 82% value share of yoghurt and sour milk products. In drinking yoghurt, premium functional yoghurts that include probiotics dominate. Each player has strengthened the different functions on offer, such as...

  • Processed Food
  • Yogurt
  • South Korea
  • Demand
  • Maeil Dairies Co Ltd
  • Strategic Direction
  • Passport 1

The major activity in yoghurt and sour milk products in Belgium in 2017 was a general decrease in consumption. According to sources, the prime factor to explain this decline was a drop in purchase frequency. Indeed, in the last few years of the review period, Belgians began going to grocery stores less often. This is because grocery...

  • Processed Food
  • Yogurt
  • Belgium
  • Demand
  • Strategic Direction
  • Passport 1

The negative performance of yoghurt and sour milk products in 2016 was due to economic recession and the depreciation of the Nigerian currency, which resulted in higher import costs and price hikes. The category bounced back quite quickly in 2017, however, with economic recovery supporting robust growth in retail volume and current value sales....

  • Processed Food
  • Yogurt
  • Nigeria
  • Demand
  • Forecast
  • August 2017
  • Passport 9

Yoghurt and sour milk products includes a vast range of private label as well as branded products in Switzerland. Hence a high level of saturation was apparent in 2017. In order to attract consumers’ attention manufacturers of yoghurt and sour milk products launched a number of new products during the year. Thus, yoghurt and sour milk products...

  • Processed Food
  • Yogurt
  • Switzerland
  • Demand
  • Emmi AG
  • August 2017
  • Strategic Direction

Yoghurt and sour milk products recorded 5% current retail value growth in 2017, which was slightly faster than in 2016. Yoghurt continues be the only source of growth since value sales of sour milk products are expected to remain negligible in 2017 given limited availability in major grocery retailers. Assisting the faster value growth of...

  • Processed Food
  • Yogurt
  • Philippines
  • Demand
  • Forecast
  • Passport 9
  • Passport 7

Unique flavours invigorated the category in 2016 and resulted in a stable demand for yoghurt in 2017. For example, TH true Yogurt (TH Food Chain JSC) launched a durian flavour, which is not offered by any major competitor. Other interesting flavours include green rice, corn and pumpkin, which were introduced by Ba Vi Milk Cake JSC. These products...

  • Fermented Milk
  • Packaged Food
  • Yogurt
  • Vietnam
  • Demand