The food and beverage reports of EMIS Insights thoroughly analyse the manufacturing and sales aspects of the sector. The analysis briefly goes through farming to ultimately focus on the processing of raw materials into bread and baked goods, confectionary, dairy, and meat, poultry and fish products. The beverages sector is split into non-alcoholic (water bottling, juices and carbonated drinks) and alcoholic (beer, wine and spirits).
Each report contains in-depth analysis of the sector’s importance for the country’s economy, detailed statistics and infographics. The report includes executive summary, sector and subsector overviews, competitive and regulatory environment, as well as thorough company profiles of the top market players.
The food sector is a strategic one for China’s economy, as it provides sustenance to almost 20% of the world’s population and provides the impetus for many other sectors, such as agriculture, transportation, machinery and vehicle ...READ MORE
The food and beverage sector of the Philippines accounted for 10% of GDP and for 50.1% of the nominal value added of manufacturing in 2015. Although the country is a large producer of coconut products and tropical fruits, the foreign trade gap in ...READ MORE
China is the largest alcoholic beverages producer and consumer in the world, consuming one-third of the world’s spirits and a quarter of the world’s beer. Its beer production ranked first in the world for 14 consecutive years and the ...READ MORE
The value added of Colombia’s food and beverage sector expanded at a CAGR of 2.5% over the period 2010-2015, supported mainly by rising household income and the expanding product portfolio of local producers. The sector was among the major ...READ MORE
Food and beverage manufacturing is the largest manufacturing sector in Romania in terms of value added. It accounts for 5%of the GDP of the country. In 2014 the domestic market for food and beverages contracted by 3.7% y/y in line with a GDP slowdown ...READ MORE
Food manufacturing is one of the most important sectors of China’s economy, as it provides sustenance to almost 20% of the world’s population. The industry also provides an impetus for the development of related sectors such as ...READ MORE
With a population of some 257 million, Indonesia is the world’s fourth-most populous country and the largest economy in the ASEAN region. The food and beverage sector employs over 4.5 million and is the largest in the manufacturing industry. ...READ MORE
The Malaysian food and beverage (F&B industry is a fast-growing industry characterized by a large export market. Malaysia’s most significant F&B exports are in the oils and fats category, particularly palm oil-based products, for which ...READ MORE