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Emerging Food and Drinks Markets: the CIVETS

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Introduction

Like the BRICs, the CIVETS - which consists of Colombia, Indonesia, Vietnam, Egypt, Turkey, and South Africa - share underlying foundations, such as large, young, growing populations and relative political stability. This report measures and analyzes the opportunities within these states in the alcoholic drinks, dairy, bakery and cereals, soft drinks, savory snacks, and confectionery categories.

Scope

• Examine the value and growth of the alcoholic drinks, dairy, bakery and cereals, soft drinks, snacks, and confectionery markets in each country.
• Assess the market attractiveness of the major markets using our proprietary ranking of each country.
• Examine how market size/growth, per capita spend, population, market intensity, commercial infrastructure, and social structure drive attractiveness.
• Identifies key trends in each market, indicating levels of innovation and NPD opportunities for food and drinks manufacturers.

Highlights

Of the six food and beverage categories analyzed in this report, alcoholic beverages takes the lead with its $31.2bn market (in 2011), followed by bakery and cereals and dairy with $25.7bn and $17.8bn, respectively. This is despite the alcoholic drinks industry seeing limited growth among Muslim-dominated countries like Indonesia.While Vietnam has one of the lowest per capita spends on food and beverages, the country will register the fastest growth over the forecast period to reach $100 in per capita expenditure by 2015. This presents food and drink manufacturers with a compelling argument for investment.Of the six categories examined, soft drinks has the highest growth rate, with approximately 7.6% growth expected during the forecast period. Turkey accounts for over 50% of the category's value in the CIVETS, with increased sales of carbonates and bottled water driving the growth.

Reasons to Buy this Report

• What are the most attractive emerging food and drinks markets in the CIVETS and what are the key market drivers?
• Which of the six countries present the most opportunity/risk for food and drinks manufacturers?
• Which food and drinks categories are most attractive and which trends are most apparent?
• How do the individual countries of the CIVETS group compare as investment opportunities?

Table of contents

Deepika Bansal
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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
• Macro-economic comparison
• Country comparison analysis
• Category analysis
Colombia
Indonesia
Vietnam
Egypt
Turkey
South Africa
Introduction
• Summary
• About this report
- Report structure
- Definitions and methodology
Macro-economic comparison
• Summary
• Introduction
• Retail landscape – the CIVETS
• Economic landscape
• Socio-demographic landscape
- Scale and demographics
- Youthful markets
• Technological landscape
Country comparison analysis
• Summary
• Introduction
• Country rankings
- Key take-outs
Category analysis
• Summary
• Alcoholic drinks
- Growth phase analysis of alcoholic drinks
- Category size by country
• Dairy food
- Growth phase analysis of dairy foods
- Category size by country
• Bakery and cereals
- Growth phase analysis of bakery and cereals
- Category size by country
• Soft drinks
- Growth phase analysis of soft drinks
- Category growth and size by country
• Savory snacks
- Growth phase analysis of savory snacks
- Category growth and size by country
• Confectionery
- Growth phase analysis of confectionery
- Category growth and size by country
Market opportunities – Colombia
• Summary
• Trends and drivers
- Increased health awareness among Colombians is driving the market for health food and drinks
- Greater innovation in product packaging and design to cater to the lower income groups in Colombia
• Food and beverage market value and forecasts
- Alcoholic beverages
- Dairy foods
- Bakery and cereals
- Soft drinks
- Savory snacks
- Confectionery
• Retail landscape
Market opportunities – Indonesia
• Summary
• Trends and drivers
- Rising middle-class population with increased disposable incomes
- High proportion of young Indonesians is driving sale of soft drinks and confectionery
• Food and beverage market value and forecasts
- Alcoholic beverages
- Dairy foods
- Bakery and cereals
- Soft drinks
- Savory snacks
- Confectionery
• Retail landscape
Market opportunities – Vietnam
• Summary
• Trends and drivers
- Growing demand for indulgent food and imported food brands
- Rising focus on health food and beverages among Vietnamese
• Food and beverage market value and forecasts
- Alcoholic beverages
- Dairy foods
- Bakery and cereals
- Soft drinks
- Savory snacks
- Confectionery
• Retail landscape
Market opportunities – Egypt
• Summary
• Trends and drivers
- Growing preference for packaged food from the middle and higher income groups
- Speculation on reduced tourism with new Islamic government considering alcohol ban
• Food and beverage market value and forecasts
- Alcoholic beverages
- Dairy foods
- Bakery and cereals
- Soft drinks
- Savory snacks
- Confectionery
• Retail landscape
Market opportunities – Turkey
• Summary
• Trends and drivers
- Changing food consumption patterns with change in lifestyle
- Greater need for convenience growing the modern retail format in the country
• Food and beverage market value and forecasts
- Alcoholic beverages
- Dairy foods
- Bakery and cereals
- Soft drinks
- Savory snacks
- Confectionery
• Retail landscape
Market opportunities – South Africa
• Summary
• Trends and drivers
- Increased preference for private labels among price-conscious consumers
- Food companies beginning to target low income groups in South Africa
- Rise in working population driving the demand for fast food
• Food and beverage market value and forecasts
- Alcoholic beverages
- Dairy foods
- Bakery and cereals
- Soft drinks
- Savory snacks
- Confectionery
• Retail landscape
Conclusions
• Country attractiveness
- Attractiveness based on per capita spend
• Category-specific analysis
- Alcoholic beverages
- Dairy foods
- Bakery and cereals
- Soft drinks
- Savory snacks
- Confectionery

TABLES

• Table: Table metrics and their weightings
• Table: Final country rankings

FIGURES

• Figure: Gini index, the CIVETS, 2010
• Figure: Share of retail channels in the CIVETS by country, 2011
• Figure: GDP per capita and growth in the CIVETS, 2011–15
• Figure: Population and population growth, 2011–15
• Figure: Mean age in the CIVETS by country, 2011
• Figure: Internet users as a percentage of total population, 2011
• Figure: TV penetration in the CIVETS
• Figure: Mobile penetration per 100 people in the CIVETS, 2010–11
• Figure: Food and drinks market size (score) versus per capita expenditure on food and drinks (score), 2011
• Figure: Food and drinks market size (score) versus CAGR growth (score), 2011
• Figure: Alcoholic drinks market value, growth forecast, and per capita spend by country
• Figure: Growth phase analysis of alcoholic drinks in the CIVETS, 2011
• Figure: Alcoholic drinks market value by category and country ($m), 2011
• Figure: Dairy food market value, growth forecast, and per capita spend by country
• Figure: Growth phase analysis of dairy products in the CIVETS, 2011
• Figure: Dairy food market value by category and country ($m), 2011
• Figure: Bakery and cereals market value, growth forecast, and per capita spend by country
• Figure: Growth phase analysis of bakery and cereals products in the CIVETS, 2011
• Figure: Bakery and cereals food market value by category and country ($m), 2011
• Figure: Soft drinks market value, growth forecast, and per capita spend by country
• Figure: Growth phase analysis of soft drinks in the CIVETS, 2011
• Figure: Soft drinks market value by category and country ($m), 2011
• Figure: Savory snacks market value, growth forecast, and per capita spend by country
• Figure: Growth phase analysis of savory snacks products in the CIVETS, 2011
• Figure: Savory snacks market value by category and country ($m), 2011
• Figure: Confectionery market value, growth forecast, and per capita spend by country
• Figure: Growth phase analysis of confectionery products in the CIVETS, 2011
• Figure: Confectionery food market value by category and country ($m), 2011
• Figure: Food and beverage market growth forecast by category, Colombia, 2011–15
• Figure: Alcoholic drinks value growth forecast by category, Colombia, 2006–15
• Figure: Dairy products value growth forecast by category, Colombia, 2006–15
• Figure: Bakery and cereals value growth forecast by category, Colombia, 2006–15
• Figure: Soft drinks value growth forecast by category, Colombia, 2006–15
• Figure: Savory snacks value growth forecast by category, Colombia, 2006–15
• Figure: Confectionery value growth forecast by category, Colombia, 2006–15
• Figure: Share of food and beverage distribution channels, Colombia, 2011
• Figure: Age distribution in Indonesia
• Figure: Food and beverage market growth by category, Indonesia, 2011–15
• Figure: Alcoholic drinks value growth forecast by category, Indonesia, 2006–15
• Figure: Dairy products value growth forecast by category, Indonesia, 2006–15
• Figure: Bakery and cereals value growth forecast by category, Indonesia, 2006–15
• Figure: Soft drinks value growth forecast by category, Indonesia, 2006–15
• Figure: Savory snacks value growth forecast by category, Indonesia, 2006–15
• Figure: Confectionery value growth forecast by category, Indonesia, 2006–15
• Figure: Share of food and beverage distribution channels, Indonesia, 2011
• Figure: Food and beverage market growth forecast by category, Vietnam, 2011–15
• Figure: Alcoholic drinks value growth forecast by category, Vietnam, 2006–15
• Figure: Dairy products value growth forecast by category, Vietnam, 2006–15
• Figure: Bakery and cereals value growth forecast by category, Vietnam, 2006–15
• Figure: Soft drinks value growth forecast by category, Vietnam, 2006–15
• Figure: Savory snacks value growth forecast by category, Vietnam, 2006–15
• Figure: Confectionery value growth forecast by category, Vietnam, 2006–15
• Figure: Share of food and beverage distribution channels, Vietnam, 2011
• Figure: Food and beverage market growth forecast by category, Egypt, 2011–15
• Figure: Alcoholic drinks value growth forecast by category, Egypt, 2006–15
• Figure: Dairy products value growth forecast by category, Egypt, 2006–15
• Figure: Bakery and cereals value growth forecast by category, Egypt, 2006–15
• Figure: Soft drinks value growth forecast by category, Egypt, 2006–15
• Figure: Savory snacks value growth forecast by category, Egypt, 2006–15
• Figure: Confectionery value growth forecast by category, Egypt, 2006–15
• Figure: Share of food and beverage distribution channels, Egypt, 2011
• Figure: Food and beverage market growth forecast by category, Turkey, 2011–15
• Figure: Alcoholic drinks value growth forecast by category, Turkey, 2006–15
• Figure: Dairy products value growth forecast by category, Turkey, 2006–15
• Figure: Bakery and cereals value growth forecast by category, Turkey, 2006–15
• Figure: Soft drinks value growth forecast by category, Turkey, 2006–15
• Figure: Savory snacks value growth forecast by category, Turkey, 2006–15
• Figure: Confectionery value growth forecast by category, Turkey, 2006–15
• Figure: Share of food and beverage distribution channels, Turkey, 2011
• Figure: Food and beverage market growth by category, South Africa, 2011–15
• Figure: Alcoholic drinks value growth by category, South Africa, 2006–15
• Figure: Dairy value growth by category, South Africa, 2006–15
• Figure: Bakery and cereals value growth by category, South Africa, 2006–15
• Figure: Soft drinks value growth by category, South Africa, 2006–15
• Figure: Savory snacks value growth by category, South Africa, 2006–15
• Figure: Confectionery value growth by category, South Africa, 2006–15
• Figure: Share of food and beverage distribution channels, South Africa, 2011
• Figure: Food and drinks per capita expenditure and growth, the CIVETS, 2011
• Figure: Per capita expenditure on food and beverages in the CIVETS, 2006–15
• Figure: Food and drinks market size and growth by category, 2011–15

Companies Mentioned

CMS Energy Corporation, Hutchison 3G UK Limited, Metro International S.A., Nestle S.A., Odwalla, Inc., Unilever

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