Baby Food in Russia
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Boosted by rises in the number of babies being born, consumption of baby food in Russia has risen by 51% since 2009. The market has continued to grow despite the economic crises that have hit Russia. Most parents have been willing to sacrifice their own spending in order to be able to maintain expenditure on baby food. The expansion of modern retailing and the reduction of regionality in distribution are making baby food more widely accessible. Value sales have been buoyant as a result of both rising consumption and an underlying trend for consumers to gradually trade up from low-priced to mid-priced goods, which particularly benefited the top brands of the leading domestic players.
"Baby Food in Russia" is an analytical report by Canadean which provides extensive and highly detailed current and future market trends in the Russia market.