London, UK (PRWEB) May 15, 2013
The meat consumption in the U.S. has been declining for nearly one decade due to increasing health concerns and unfavorable economic conditions. Recently, the demand for poultry and plant-based meat substitutes has grown considerably given the rising health awareness and economic difficulties. Nevertheless, red meat still accounts for nearly 55 percent of the total U.S. meat consumption.
The country’s total production of meat and poultry products exceeded 92 billion pounds in 2011, and registered growth by 200 million pounds y-o-y. In terms of value, US meat and poultry sales grew from approximately USD 74 billion in 2008 to almost USD 86 billion in 2012. Furthermore, sales are expected to override a USD 98 billion mark by 2017. The market growth is likely to be driven by the economic recovery.
Research report “Meat and Poultry Trends in the U.S.” created by Packaged Facts has been recently published by Market Publishers Ltd.
Title: Meat and Poultry Trends in the U.S.
Published: April, 2013
Price: US$ 3,750.00
The report presents an insightful analysis of the US meat and poultry market. It provides extensive market overview, reviews existing products, describes country’s regulation in the sphere, and examines distribution channels. The research scrutinizes major factors influencing the market; outlines market opportunities and challenges. The study discloses data on the market size and value; examines industry segments; delves into the competitive landscape and profiles prominent players. The report characterizes product trends and opportunities; sheds light on retail and foodservice trends; highlights changes in consumer trends. In addition, the future market outlook through 2017 is available in the report.
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