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Best of Times, Worst of Times – Global Beverage Outlook 2012

    Best of Times, Worst of Times – Global Beverage Outlook 2012

In a new report on the global beverages sector Rabobank identifies five key megatrends which will influence the outlook in 2012: Industry consolidation will be driven by the five megatrends: volatility, emerging market demand, bifurcation of value, convergence in distribution, and sustainable sourcing.
Growth expectations contrast sharply across product segments and global regions. Developing markets such […]

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Attractive But Unbalanced Outlook For Global Dairy Market

    Attractive But Unbalanced Outlook For Global Dairy Market

The global dairy market will offer strong growth prospects in the coming five years, but the uneven spread of this market expansion and an era of elevated pricing will create as many challenges as opportunities for key players along the dairy supply chain. This is one of the key conclusions coming from the Rabobank Food […]

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UK Poultry Industry Must Increase Consolidation and Efficiency Levels

    UK Poultry Industry Must Increase Consolidation and Efficiency Levels

Despite operating in one of the highest value-add markets in the EU, the UK poultry industry is suffering as a result of high feed prices, limited volume growth and oversupply, according to Rabobank. Increases in domestic demand merely reflect population growth, whilst the UK’s export industry still underperforms by failing to capitalise on a strengthened […]

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Improving But Fragile Outlook for EU Meat Industry

    Improving But Fragile Outlook for EU Meat Industry

The outlook for the EU meat industry in 2012 will be positive for most players, although significant differences exist between the sectors and the various positions along the value chain, according to Rabobank. Supply discipline will be the key success factor for the EU meat industry’s performance.
In the beef sector, farmers are best positioned to […]

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Making International Food and Agricultural Production Chains Sustainable

Rabobank and the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) are entering into a new partnership focused on international food and agriculture chains. The objective is to make these chains sustainable by conducting joint projects. As an internationally leading food and agribank, Rabobank will contribute its financial and other knowledge of these sectors. The WWF will provide its […]

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Private Label Will Control 50% Share of Food Retail Market by 2025

    Private Label Will Control 50% Share of Food Retail Market by 2025

The global market share of private/own label food products is set to double from the current 25% to 50% in 2025. However, A-brands will retain their importance for retailers to anchor categories’ price levels and give consumers choice and familiarity, according to a recent global research report titled ‘Private label vs Brands – an inseparable […]

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Ten Brewers Control 61% of Global Beer Market

    Ten Brewers Control 61% of Global Beer Market

Worldwide beer consumption has increased by over 3% per annum during the last ten years and the top ten brewers now account for over 60% of global beer volume, compared to 38% in 2000. A new report by Rabobank titled ‘Value creation in the Beer Sector through M&A activities’ looks at changes in the beer […]

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World Dairy Market – China and India Increase Imports

    World Dairy Market – China and India Increase Imports

Supply shortages are forcing China and India to raise their imports of dairy products, according to the latest Rabobank Global Dairy Outlook report. “The demand from these two giants will impact dairy processors, dairy farmers and dairy prices for the coming years,” says Tim Hunt of Rabobank Food & Agribusiness Research. Rabobank has now changed […]

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Long-term Problems in UK Wine Market Undermine Profitability

    Long-term Problems in UK Wine Market Undermine Profitability

Long-term problems in the UK wine trade, which is the world’s largest importer, are threatening profitability for major suppliers who have become dependent on the market, according to Rabobank.
Wine imports to the UK rose by 6% in the first half of 2010, but this fails to compensate for the almost 10% decline in the same […]

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