September 24, 2019
As per the recent study titled ‘Global Baby Food Market Insights, Forecast to 2025’ available with Market Study Report LLC, the global baby food market is projected to grow substantially by the year 2025.
Baby food is soft and suitable for the consumption of human babies aged between 4 months and 2 years. The product is available in several flavors and varieties in the market. It can either be purchased ready-made or can be prepared by mashing the table food.
Early initiation of solid food for infants results in less breastfeeding. But, the presence of solid food in infant’s bowel depresses the absorption of iron from mother’s milk. These factors raise the concern for iron deficiency and anemia among the infants, thereby hampering the growth of baby food market.
The study analyses the baby food market on the basis of product type, end-user, and region. It provides an exhaustive insight regarding the trends, drivers, opportunities, and challenges impacting the market outlook. Moreover, the report studies the market with respect to value chain, customers, sales channels, and distributors.
Based on the product type, the baby food market is fragmented as infant formula, dried baby food, and prepared baby food. While, on the basis of end-user, the market is segmented as specialist retailers, supermarkets & hypermarkets, convenience stores, and others.
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Considering the geographical landscape, the baby food market is divided into five major regions. Germany, France, Spain, UK, Italy, and Russia fall under Europe; Turkey, GCC countries, Egypt, and South Africa comprise Middle East & Africa; U.S, Mexico, and Canada come under North America; Asia Pacific consists of South Korea, Thailand, China, Australia, Japan, Vietnam, India, Singapore, Philippines, Malaysia, and Indonesia; and Brazil, Rest of Central & South America constitute Central & South America.
The key players operating in the baby food market profiled in the study are Healthy Sprouts Foods Inc., Danone Dumex, Plum Organic, Baby Nat, Fasska, Abbott, Halal Baby Food, Bristol-Myers Squibb, and Babylicious Ltd. among others.