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April 4, 2019, 11:47 a.m. EDT

Baby Food Market will grow at 13.5% CAGR to cross $33 billion by 2025 | Nestle, RB, Abbott, Danone, Hero Group, FrieslandCampina, PZ Cussons

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Apr 04, 2019 (Heraldkeeper via COMTEX) -- Increasing infant population and corresponding rising food demand will propel baby food market growth during the forecast period. According to world Bank, birth rates have remained highest in developing nations. Rapid urbanization, growth of middle class and increasing rates of female participation in labor force in many developing markets has encouraged adoption of convenience-oriented lifestyles, making prepared baby foods more wanted.

Companies Profiled based on Business Overview, Financial Data, Product Landscape, Strategic Outlook & SWOT Analysis:

-- Nestle

-- RB

-- Abbott

-- Danone

-- The Kraft Heinz Company

-- Hero Group

-- HiPP-Gruppe

-- The Hain Celestial Group

-- DMK Deutsches Milchkontor GmbH

-- FrieslandCampina

-- PZ Cussons

2018 Market Size -USD 14 billion

Compound annual Growth Rate (CAGR)– 13.5%

2025 Forecast Value - USD 33 Billion +

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The baby food industry is highly regulated, right from ingredients to its packaging and labelling. As the industry is increasingly globalized, the need for guidance, monitoring and regulation is growing. There are standards and guidelines for canned food for babies, processed cereal-based foods for babies, hygiene practice for children and infant foods and complimentary foods for infants and children. The standards set by each country may differ for baby food, for example, it may differ on ingredients in infant nutrition such as carbohydrates, fats, minerals, vitamins, etc. percentage of pesticide residue in food, etc. Also, every product needs to be pathogen free.

Key Highlights of this report:

Base Year: 2018

Growth Projections - 2019-2025

Historical data coverage: 2014 to 2018

Number of Pages - 152

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