Ingredients Western Europe
Number of pages: 408
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Product coverage and definition
Flour Flour (retail only), excluding bakery and cake mixes.
Sugar Sugar in the form of sucrose, saccharose.
Artificial Sweeteners Tabletop high intensity sweeteners, sold in retail, catering and pharmacy outlets, pure or blended (volumes in sugar equivalent).
Condensed Milk Condensed and evaporated milk (sweetened and unsweetened) including "coffeemilk", excluding specific baby milks.
Powdered Milk Dried milk, excluding baby formulæ and nondairy creamers.
Eggs Fresh eggs, (average weight: 5065 grammes each, depending on country).
All Butter All butter and lowfat dairy spreads. Volumes expressed at 83% butterfat.
Butter Standard butter (83% fat only), salted and unsalted, pasteurised or not.
Dairy Spreads Other dairy spreads, low fat butter (4165% butterfat), excluding dairy/non dairy blends and "bregott", volumes expressed in product weight.
All Margarine All margarine and lowfat nondairy spreads and blends. Volumes expressed at 83% fat equivalent.
Margarine Margarine (standard): standard margarine (over 82% fat), hard or soft. Nondairy spreads with 6080% fat content will be included if marketed as margarines.
NonDairy Spreads Other non dairy spreads, low fat margarines and minarines (2560% fat), including "bregott" and dairy/non dairy blends, volumes expressed in product weight. Japan: includes fat spreads.
All Edible Oils All vegetable oils, including olive oil.
Olive Oil Olive oil.
Other Edible Oils Other edible vegetable oils.
Cooking Fats Cooking fats, concrete vegetable fats, suet and tallowtype (retail only). All vegetable and animal cooking fats.
Table Salt Table salt, cooking salt (coarse salt, fine salt), iodised or not
Herbs & Spices Herbs & spices, (including estimates for underrecorded private imports, eg in UK from India, Pakistan, etc), including frozen and fresh herbs.
Vinegar Vinegar (alcohol, wine, cider vinegars).
Bouillon Cubes Meat and yeast extracts, (cubes and liquid).
Country coverage : Austria,Belgium/Lux,Denmark,Finland,France,Germany,Greece,Ireland,Italy,Netherlands,Norway,Portugal,Spain,Sweden,Switzerland,United Kingdom
For each of the products covered (listed above) and in each of the countries covered (listed above), as well as for the aggregate data for the entire market covered, the following information is provided:
Flowchart of Major Suppliers, Demand and Distribution Channels
Historical Demand in 2011, 2015, 2016 (in volume)
Historical Demand in 2011, 2015, 2016 (in value)
Forecast Demand 2017, 2018 & 2019 (in volume)
Forecast Demand 2017, 2018 & 2019 (in value)
Historical 5year growth rates 2011 2016 (in volume)
Historical 5year growth rates, 2011 2016 (in value)
Breakdown between Foodservice and Retail Market in 2016 (in volume)
Breakdown between Foodservice and Retail Market in 2016 (in value)
Per capita consumption in retail, foodservice and total market, 2016 (in volume)
Per capita expenditure in retail, foodservice and total market, 2016 (in value)
Strategic Assessment: percentage represented by the country product market from the regional product market (North America, Western Europe or Central Europe). Does not apply to Brazil, India, Russia, China and Turkey.
Definition: Company Market Shares given for the Total Market (retail, foodservice and artisanal).
Updating: underlying food and drink database updated regularly, including for Mergers & Acquisitions
Supplier market shares (usually up to 10 shares cited by product and in each country)
Who Owns Whom: Key Local Subsidiaries of each Ultimate Holding Company
Distribution Channels % Shares: Branded, Unbranded, Own (Private) Label and Artisanal (ownproduced for own sale, e.g. bakers)
Major Brands for the suppliers cited
Especially important where FFT has identified more than 10 holding companies
Company Market Shares and Rankings within the aggregate market covered by the report
List of all Holding Companies identified for this market covered
Who Owns Whom: All Key Local Subsidiaries identified
Major Brands by Holding Company and Key Subsidiary