Published on : Jun 23, 2017
Albany, New York, June 23, 2017: The report, titled “ Baby Nutrition Insights: Issue 31,” is a quarterly issue, covering thorough analysis of news concerned with the infant nutrition industry over the period between January 2017 to March 2017.
News chiefly analyzed in the report cover topics such as changes in maternity leave provisions in certain countries, demand dynamics of organic food products, mergers, acquisitions, geographical expansion of businesses, addition to product portfolios of leading brands, and regulatory factors affecting sales or distribution of certain products. By covering news pertaining to some of the leading vendors operating in the global baby food industry, the report makes for an excellent repository helping the reader understand the trends and dynamics impacting the baby food market across the globe.
The report finds that according to a recent survey by IGGE, diets of most toddlers in Brazil are inadequate. The report also notes the survey’s finding that nearly 60% of young children under two years of age in the country consume sweets and nearly 30% are overweight. Vegetables and fruits are not largely included in their diets.
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In Canada, the company Loblaw is recalling some products under its private label PC Organic Biologique flavors including green pea, blueberry, and green pea in 128 ml pouches. The products are potentially strained due to contamination with the bacteria Clostridium botulinum. Export of breast milk has been banned in Cambodia. It has been observed that of late, export of baby milk has significantly increased from the country to countries such as the U.S., with Cambodian mothers paid very less remuneration in return.
In Japan, the company Pigeon has introduced ice cream mixes for babies of 12 months and above under the brand Baby's Petit Ice. Two flavor variants are available in this area: apple and carrot and milk and vanilla. In Netherlands, the report estimates that the sales of a variety of baby food products witnessed mixed growth, with a significant decline in meals in jars, cereals, and infant formula power, but high gains for new product varieties such as biscuits and sweet meals.
The report provides a detailed analysis of business profiles of some of the leading vendors in the market, highlighting the key product segments in their portfolios with recent developments and key features, per capita trends, and the key brands and manufacturers in the global market. The report covers the baby nutrition market in several countries across regions such as Americas, Asia and Australia, Europe, and Africa and Middle East.
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