Report Buyer, the online destination for business intelligence for major industry sectors, has now added a new report highlighting South Korea’s rising need for organic and processed food products.
(1888PressRelease) February 27, 2008 - Report Buyer, the online destination for business intelligence for major industry sectors, has now added a new report highlighting South Korea’s rising need for organic and processed food products.
“South Korean Food, Beverages and Tobacco Market Forecast till 2011” (http://www.reportbuyer.com/go/RCS00195) has a comprehensive overview of the consumption habits of South Koreans in different food segments such as fruit, vegetable, milk, meat and confectionary. The report provides an estimate consumption of meat per person and identifies the reason for the high consumption in the country.
The study shows that fruit is the next sector in South Korea that will witness a high demand in the coming years. According to the report, fruit intake in the country has been increasing ever since 2003 and will persist in the future. The report highlights that factors such as altering taste preferences and growing health consciousness contribute to the rise in fruit consumption.
The authors of the report observe the effects of the rapidly changing ways of South Korean lifestyle. They argue that the progressively growing numbers of single-person families are giving rise to the demand for processed food in the country.
The report recommends fields where there are enormous opportunities for processed food products and what particular retail formats can benefit in coming years due to the growing sale of processed food.
“South Korean Food, Beverages and Tobacco Market Forecast till 2011” gives a comprehensive overview of the key companies in the food and drinks industry in South Korea.
“South Korean Food, Beverages and Tobacco Market Forecast till 2011” is available from Report Buyer.
Report Buyer product ID: RCS00195
About Report Buyer:
Report Buyer is a UK-based independent online store supplying business information. The website now carries over 44,000 business information products, including market reports, studies, books and events. Subscribers receive a free monthly newsletter and email alerts on new titles in their areas of interest. A regularly updated blog provides information on the latest market trends.