Netherlands Food and Drink Report Q2 2014

Netherlands Food and Drink Report Q2 2014

Published: March 2014
Publisher: Business Monitor International (BMI)
Product ref: 199769
Pages: 107
Format: PDF
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The economic recession in the Netherlands has made it difficult for the government to persevere with fiscal austerity, which could provide a temporary boost to food and drink sales in the country. However, given the government's role in promoting public finance reform across the eurozone, the coalition is unlikely to change course for the time being and will respond to missed fiscal targets with further budget savings. An expected return to positive economic growth in 2014 would provide some cover for the government's austerity agenda. Nevertheless, we do not expect much dynamism in the country's food and drink market in the short term, with discounted goods remaining popular amid high unemployment and rising inflation.

Headline Industry Data (local currency) ¦ 2013 per capita food consumption growth: +1.10%; forecast compound annual growth rate (CAGR) 2014 to 2018 = +3.21%. ¦ 2013 alcoholic drink value sales growth: +1.75%; forecast CAGR 2014 to 2018 = +1.13%. ¦ 2013 soft drink value sales growth: +1.06%; forecast CAGR 2014 to 2018 = +2.56%. ¦ 2013 mass grocery retail sales growth: +2.64%; forecast CAGR 2014 to 2018= +3.70%.

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