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1. PACKAGED FOOD SALES IN SAUDI ARABIA 2. CONTENT Executive Summary Economic Trends Packaged Food Market Characteristics Competition Product Restrictions Key Market Segments : 2010-2011 New And Innovative Products 3. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY In 2010, Saudi Arabia imported more than US$16.9 billion 1 worth of Agri-food and seafoodproducts, which is roughly a 56.9% increase over 2009. In the future, as domestic production for various commodities decreases, Saudi Arabia willrequire more imported food products to meet the country’s increasing demand. Saudi Arabia is one of six gulf countries that are part of the Gulf Co-operation Council (GCC).Saudi Arabia is the economic leader within the GCC and appears to be the single-largest marketfor Agri-food and seafood in the Gulf, based on data from 2008. The GCC has an established re-export market that requires imported agriculture, food andbeverage products. Coupled with high demand and Saudi Arabia’s limited agricultural production, this climatepresents opportunities for foreign exporters. In this market, Canadian packaged food productsare perceived as unique and high-quality. 4. Thanks for downloading the report Visit us www.worldresearchreport.com www.slidestoc.wordpress.com Or mail us, worldresearchreport@gmail.cominternationalresearchreport@gmail.com

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   Executive Summary
   Market Trends
   Organic Packaged Food Sales
   Key Market Segments
   Pricing and Market Shares
   Organic Beverages
   Distribution Channels
   Certification
   Pricing Samples
                   EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

Switzerland is considered a global leader in organic farming and organic products,
which have an established history dating back to the mid-1990’s.
The organic foods have achieved a prominent role in the diets of the Swiss population,
who have a reputation for being some of the most health conscious consumers in the
European market.
The growth of health and wellness products is aided by the Swiss government which
has implemented promotional campaigns encouraging exercise and healthy eating.
As Swiss consumers purchase more and more food products for their perceived health
benefits, the value they place on such products continues to grow.
                        EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

In 2010, Switzerland had a population of 7.8 million.

Despite the relatively small size of this market, prospects for exporters remain.

In 2010, the country’s per capita gross domestic product (GDP) was US$67,751 (one

of the highest in the world), while consumer spending per capita was US$39,539.

Switzerland is internationally recognized for its economic stability, low

unemployment rate and high standard of living.

These characteristics are generally necessary for the successful entry of imported

organic products, which are normally associated with higher prices.

Switzerland is unofficially divided into French, German and Italian cultural regions.

This offers further opportunities for exporters whose organic products may appeal to

consumers in one of the distinct cultural and linguistic areas.
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