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April 2014 Croatia - ISA Country Report

This report contains detailed forecasts and analysis for Croatia, including trade and investment analysis, economic forecasts, political risk assessments and demographic trend analysis. Each ISA C...

$ 89.00
February 2014 Croatia Food and Drink Report Q2 2014

Business Monitor International's Croatia Food and Drink Report provides industry professionals and strategists, corporate analysts, food and drink associations, government departments and regulatory b...

$ 1417.57
January 2014 Packaged Food in Croatia

As opposed to other markets in Croatia, which suffered much more from the credit crunch in 2009 and 2010, sales of packaged food have already reached the previous peak recorded in 2008. In current val...

$ 6500.00
January 2014 Database of Dairy Product Producers in Croatia - Company Names, Financial Performance, Key Executives, and Contact Details

The Database of Dairy Product Producers in Croatia - Company Names, Financial Performance, Key Executives, and Contact Details offers the most up-to-date perspective on dairy product producers in Cro...

$ 137.65
December 2013 Snack Bars in Croatia

Snack bars still struggle to attract the attention of Croatian consumers; with sales of only 60g per capita in 2013, it is the second smallest packaged food category, bigger only than noodles. Snack b...

$ 900.00
December 2013 Spreads in Croatia

Innovation in spreads is mostly limited to jams and preserves, with the trend moving towards organic and healthy products. Some premium organic brands have appeared, as well as the first stevia-sweete...

$ 900.00
December 2013 Oils and Fats in Croatia

Oils and fats constantly declined over the review period; in 2013 sales are expected to be only 88% of the volume sales seen in 2008. The explanation for this may be the general perception of fats as ...

$ 900.00
December 2013 Ice Cream in Croatia

Ice cream is expected to decline for the fifth year in a row in volume terms in 2013. Meanwhile, volume sales have dropped by 11% since 2008. Companies are trying to awaken some interest in ice cream ...

$ 900.00
December 2013 Baked Goods in Croatia

Bread and milk are traditionally considered as staples in Croatia, and as such are subject to constant interventions by the government. Since January 2013, another social aspect concerning bread has b...

$ 900.00
December 2013 Biscuits in Croatia

Economic hardships turned Croatian households into frugal consumers. Purchases of non-essential products were cut, or trading down to economy brands was seen, or in this case, to simpler alternatives....

$ 900.00
December 2013 Breakfast Cereals in Croatia

Breakfast cereals was quite lively in 2013, seeing a new player. AWT International, which is actually a distributor, launched its own private label range called Naturel in 2008. Only now has it manage...

$ 900.00
December 2013 Cheese in Croatia

As the prices of cheese rose, the prices of raw milk plunged, as Croatia joined the EU. At one point, in 2011, the buyoff price of raw milk in Croatia was 30% above the EU average. Currently, the pric...

$ 900.00
December 2013 Chocolate Confectionery in Croatia

The key story for chocolate confectionery in 2013 was the accession of Croatia to the EU in July 2013. Even before this date, the import contingencies for chocolate were abolished, allowing unlimited ...

$ 900.00
December 2013 Drinking milk products in Croatia

The prices of raw milk in Croatia were usually higher than the European average. This changed in 2012, with an abrupt fall in buyoff prices, hitting the bottom in September 2012, at HRK2.1 per kg of r...

$ 900.00
December 2013 Meal Replacement in Croatia

Meal replacement is one of the smallest packaged food categories, bigger only than snack bars and noodles. Croatian consumers avoid meal replacement products, and their use remains marginal. Consumers...

$ 900.00
December 2013 Noodles in Croatia

When Indofood Sukses Makmur entered noodles in 2011, it changed the dynamics in an otherwise static category. The company introduced its Indomie brand of noodles, which, for the first time, offered no...

$ 900.00
December 2013 Gum in Croatia

Gum is one of the packaged food categories with the smallest number of significant competitors, it is probably the most consolidated, and sees the least new launches. Until last year, it seemed that c...

$ 900.00
December 2013 Other Dairy in Croatia

Some of the smaller categories in other dairy, such as fromage frais and quark or chilled and shelf-stable desserts, are expected to sprout from a low base in 2013. Previously marginal in importance, ...

$ 900.00
December 2013 Pasta in Croatia

With the consumption of pasta already high in Croatia, there is not much that can be done by manufacturers to boost sales further. Numerous small domestic producers are trying to challenge the leaders...

$ 900.00
December 2013 Sugar Confectionery in Croatia

Sugar confectionery is quite static in terms of innovation and competitive dynamics. Companies stick to their profitable cash cows, and are not willing to invest in new launches which may jeopardise t...

$ 900.00
December 2013 Sweet and Savoury Snacks in Croatia

As savoury snacks is the dominant format in sweet and savoury snacks, it is understandable that most activities come from these categories, including new launches. 2013 did not see much innovation, in...

$ 900.00
December 2013 Yoghurt and Sour Milk Products in Croatia

As the growth rates indicate, “functional” is the current word in yoghurt and sour milk products. Whether with added vitamins and minerals, but particularly pre/probiotic, almost all new launches must...

$ 900.00
December 2013 Soup in Croatia

Dehydrated soup is widely used in the country, with other soup formats remaining unavailable, except for instant soup. Although Croatians traditionally prefer home-made soup, modern lifestyles leave m...

$ 900.00
December 2013 Baby Food in Croatia

Baby food in Croatia is divided between local and multinational companies according to the category: Podravka takes the lead in baby food outside of milk formula, whilst Hipp dominates milk formula. T...

$ 900.00
December 2013 Sauces, Dressings and Condiments in Croatia

As opposed to a quiet 2012 in terms of new launches, 2013 was literally bursting with new launches, mentioned below. In addition, table sauces saw development in previously negligible categories such ...

$ 900.00
December 2013 Ready meals in Croatia

After five years of continuous decline in volume sales, ready meals looks to be finally out of the dip; a long period of growth is forecast. Croatian consumers are increasingly seeking convenience due...

$ 900.00
December 2013 Frozen Processed Food in Croatia

The dynamics from 2012 are expected to continue in 2013, with companies heavily promoting frozen meat products. The top four players, all of them domestic, have part or the majority of their product p...

$ 900.00
December 2013 Dried Processed Food in Croatia

With the two main pillars of dried processed food having quite high per capita spending and showing signs of maturity, dried processed food saw little news in 2013. Most of the growth and innovation c...

$ 900.00
December 2013 Chilled Processed Food in Croatia

There are two main trends in chilled processed meat: to offer low fat products which are perceived as “healthier”, and to offer premium quality products, which are a common indulgence for Croatian con...

$ 900.00
December 2013 Canned/Preserved Food in Croatia

Croatians are traditionally sceptical about canned food, due to concerns about the quality of these products. Households try to obtain meat, fruit and vegetables which are as fresh as possible, at gre...

$ 900.00

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