San Francisco, California, May 22, 2018: A recently added market study by TMR Research, titled, “Middle East and Africa Infant Nutrition Market – Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast 2017–2025,” finds that the market will clock healthy growth to attain an impressive valuation. It states that market will gain from more number of working women in the region and the subsequent rise in the disposable incomes of families. This in turn is mainly on account of the rapid economic development in nations constituting the Middle East and Africa.
Keen participants in the Middle East and Africa infant nutrition market are seen charting various strategies to up the ante against their competitors. One of them is pouring money into research and development to come up with unique products. A recent trend in this direction, for example, is organic foods for which buyers are willing to pay a premium price. Overall, the market is classified broadly into infant formula and baby food. While baby food consists of dried food, prepared food, and others, infant formula consists of specialty baby milk, follow-on milk, infant milk, and growing milk. Despite looking promising, the Middle East and Africa market for infant nutrition however is being hampered to a degree by stringent regulations pertaining to safety and quality of products.
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The key regional segments in the market are Bahrain, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA), Egypt, Jordan, Yemen, Oman, Kuwait, Algeria, Morocco, Lebanon, United Arab Emirates (UAE), Qatar, Algeria, Tunisia, Lebanon, Iraq, and the Rest of Middle East and Africa.
Nestlé S.A., Beingmate Baby & Child Food Co. Ltd., Pfizer Inc., Groupe Danone, Synutra International, Inc., Abbott Nutrition, FrieslandCampina, Mead Johnson Nutrition, Meiji Holdings Co. Ltd, The Kraft Heinz Company, and Beingmate Baby & Child Food Co. Ltd are to name a few key players operating in the Middle East and Africa market for infant nutrition.