Global Cheese Market Driven by Changing Lifestyle and Rising Disposable Incomes

San Francisco, California, December 13, 2017– TMR Research presents a new publication on the global cheese market which provides detailed insights into developments in the said market between 2017 and 2025. The report is titled “Cheese Market – Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Trends, Analysis, Growth, and Forecast 2017- 2025.”

The report on the global cheese market has been prepared after an extensive research phase. The report provides both qualitative and quantitative analysis of the market using reliable industry-centric tools and proven research methodologies. Data collection from industry-centric databases, personal interviews, and insights from opinion leaders form the crux of primary research, while data scrutiny form the basis of secondary research. Included in the report is a separate analysis of macro and micro economic factors, growth trends, and competitive strategies that will have an impact on the growth of the global cheese market over the forecast period.

The report is a creditable instrument for its offerings. It looks into key market segments along with their developmental behavior over the report’s forecast period. Historical and current market values have been used to provide projections for market size and key market indicators. The report presents a SWOT analysis of the cheese market which market players can use to formulate growth strategies.

The report elucidates various factors driving the global cheese market. The cheese market is witnessing positive growth over the past couple of years due to increasing awareness about the nutritional value of cheese leading to its increased consumption. Cheese is one of the most consumed dairy products due to its nutritional value as it is formed by coagulating casein – a milk protein. Cheese is available in a range of textures, flavors, and forms which is either used as a standalone food or a number of food preparations for cuisines around the world.

The substantial use of cheese for various food preparations in cuisines around the world is also a key factor driving this market. Cheese is also used as a snacking item, apart from its use in food preparation.

The rising disposable income in several parts of the world and the growing middle class population in emerging economies is a key factor behind the increasing sales of cheese. Growing urbanization and economic liberalization leading to the entry of western fast food chains in developing economies such as India and China have been critically important for the growth of cheese market. The growth of the fast food industry globally due to busy lifestyle and increasing affordability are also aiding the market’s growth. The expansion of distribution channels including cold chains to prevent spoilage of perishable items such as cheese and other dairy products is also benefiting the growth of the global cheese market.

O the flip side, rising awareness about the ill-effects of junk foods such as pizzas that account for substantial demand for cheese, is one of the key restricting factors for the cheese market. Increasing health awareness generally due to increasing incidence of lifestyle diseases such as obesity and diabetes is leading to the uptake of healthy foods, affecting demand for high-calorie foods such as cheese.

Leading companies functioning in the global cheese market include Bongrain S.A.,Alra Foods Inc Mondelez International Group, Amul, Fonterra Co-operative Group Ltd., Almarai Company Ltd, Saputo Inc., and Fromageries Bel S.A.

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Author: Rohit Bhisey

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