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Baby Food Demand from Russia Increases as Newborn Population increases

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The Russia baby food and pediatric nutrition market was growing at a CAGR of 24.02% from 2007 to 2011. The primary growth driver of the market now is the growing number of infants being born in Russia.

Browse the full Russia Baby Food & Pediatric Nutrition Market  Report: http://www.mrrse.com/russia-baby-food-market

Typically, baby food is soft and extremely easy to digest. Its nutritional quality is inferior only to breast milk and infant formula and it is used for babies ideally between six months to two years. The nutritional qualities, texture, and taste change according to the age of the child. A part of baby food can even be considered to be table food that the whole family eat, albeit broken down or mashed.

The Global Baby Food Market in Brief

The global baby food market is currently led by Gerber. The company has been in the lead for many years and had captured 70% of the American baby food market in 1996. Other global players include Heinz and Beechnut. Heinz has the largest brand of organic baby food, known as Heinz’s Earth’s Best.

The scenario is the other way round in the global baby food market excluding North America. Heinz leads the market in New Zealand, Canada, and Australia, as well as in European nations such as the U.K., Italy, and others.

Breastfeeding vs. Formula Feeding

There are multiple organizations all over the world, especially in the U.S., that encourage breastfeeding over formula feeding. The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), for instance, says that exclusive breastfeeding should be done for at least the first six months, and is encouraged till the twelfth month after birth. It can continue for longer if both baby and mother are willing. Formula should be given on the rare occasions that the mother can’t, for any reason, breastfeed the baby, or chooses not to. Realistically, the choice is always left to the mother.

Russia Baby Food and Pediatric Nutrition Market Boosted by Growing Infant Population

The Russia baby food and pediatric nutrition market is expected to grow at a rapid rate in the coming years. The prime reason for this is the growing infant population. The growing demand for baby food and medical attention will eventually increase the demand from the Russia baby food and pediatric nutrition market.

The packaged foods in Russia market was growing at a CAGR of 9.2% within 2007 to 2011. The Russia baby food and pediatric nutrition market was growing at a CAGR of 24.02% in the same forecast period. More than 25.0% of the 2011 Russia baby food and pediatric nutrition market was taken up by Wimm-Bill-Dann Produkty.

Browse the full Press Release of Russia Baby Food & Pediatric Nutrition Markethttp://www.mrrse.com/russia-baby-food-industry

Usually, the baby food and pediatric nutrition market is segmented according to product and type. In terms of product, the Russia baby food and pediatric nutrition market is segmented into canned and frozen baby foods, baby soups, baby snacks, baby cereals, and bottled baby food. In terms of type, the Russia baby food and pediatric nutrition market is segmented into dried baby food, prepared baby food, milk formula, and other baby food.