London, UK (PRWEB) August 09, 2013
The European meat snacks market is rather limited since such snacks are perceived to be meat products, not bagged snacks. The demand for salami-style sausage products tends to be considerably higher than the one for dried snacks such as biltong or jerky. Germany forms the largest meat snacks market in the region. The unrivalled leader of the country’s meat snacks market is a mini-salami snack brand, Uniliver’s BiFi.
The UK market is witnessing an increase in the production activity, especially amid makers of pastry-based snacks. The market has been ruled by Unilever’s Peperami and Kerry Foods’ Mattesson’s Fridge Raiders, but the snacks with traditional flavors produced by small local companies with the use of local meats are gaining popularity in the UK.
Insightful research report “Meat Snacks Market in Europe: Market Guide to 2017” elaborated by Canadean has been recently published by Market Publishers Ltd.
Title: Meat Snacks Market in Europe: Market Guide to 2017
Published: July, 2013
Price: US$ 6,000.00
The report contains a detailed analysis of the European meat snacks market. It uncovers vital historical and present figures, unveils data on the market size, value and growth dynamics, and delves into the market segmentation. The research study presents meat snacks brand analysis and uncovers data on major distribution channels. In addition, the report outlines future market prospects up to 2017.
Countries covered in the study include: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden, Turkey, the UK and Ukraine.
- Extensive analysis of the European meat snacks market.
- Historical and present data on the industry performance.
- Vital data on the market value, volume and growth dynamics.
- Meat snacks brand analysis.
- Examination of the distribution channels.
- Future outlook through 2017.
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