An outlook of trends governing the global food and beverages industry is important to study the nuances of the global avocado puree market
The food and beverage industry in North America is colossal and comprises and number of players in largely fragmented and multi-tiered supply chains. The industry is stringently regulated and players often have to adapt to a landscape that changes quite frequently. The primary demand drivers in North America are witnessing fast-paced evolution, as dietary habits receive emphasis, especially among consumers who scour every label to read the ingredients. Although mergers and acquisitions have been a staple in the food and beverage industry, uncertainties in political climate in Europe and America lead to a slowdown in 2016. As there is more clarity on the U.S. Presidential election and Brexit, the pace of mergers and acquisitions is likely to pick up.
The evolving tastes and preferences of consumers are not lost on manufacturers, as offerings have been broadened to accommodate organic and natural food products. Many established players are focusing in acquiring smaller companies which have the expertise and reputation of being pros in specific organic and natural domains. These smaller companies have deep brad loyalty, and owing to the small scale of production, it is much easier for them to come up with innovative products. These factors, combined with increasing emphasis on organic and natural, are likely to make smaller companies attractive targets for mergers and acquisitions.
In Europe, notable developments that the food and beverage industry needs to lookout for are stricter monitoring of unfair trade practices (UTPs) by the European Commission (EC). Many food and beverage manufacturers are currently assessing the risk to business once Brexit comes into effect. As the timing and full impact of Brexit is still uncertain, food and beverage companies are focusing on taking preventive action to secure their business interests.
List of factors tracked in our food ingredients market reports
In the food ingredients sub-domain, the following factors have been tracked.
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