Wesgro IQ Seminar: Food & Beverages Exports to Africa

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This publication, produced by WesgroIQ, reviews the opportunities in the food & beverages sector for Cape Town & Western Cape business in Africa.

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• Global food & beverage trade
• South Africa’s food & beverage trade
• Western Cape’s food & beverage trade
• South Africa’s FDI to Africa’s food & beverage sector

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Wesgro IQ Seminar: Food & Beverages Exports to Africa

  1. 1. Julius Okiror, Economist 19 March 2012 Wesgro IQ Seminar: Food & Beverages Exports to Africa
  2. 2. Presentation Overview• Global food & beverage trade• South Africa’s food & beverage trade• Western Cape’s food & beverage trade• South Africa’s FDI to Africa’s food & beverage sector• Questions and Answers
  3. 3. Global GDP Growth GLOBAL REAL GDP GROWTH ANNUAL PERCENTAGE CHANGE, 2008-2017 • Global growth is projected to 10% increase during 2013. IMF forecasts global growth to 8% increase from 3.3% in 2012 6% to 3.6% in 2013, moving to 3.8% in 2014.GDP Growth (%) 4% 2% • Euro area is expected to 0% remain below 2% over the forecast period. -2% -4% • Emerging and developing economies are expected to -6% 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013f 2014f 2015f 2016f 2017f be the main source of Emerging market and developing economic growth from 5.3% 6.1% 2.7% 7.4% 6.2% 5.3% 5.6% 5.9% 6.1% 6.1% 6.2% economies in 2012 increasing to 5.2% in Sub-Saharan Africa 5.6% 2.8% 5.3% 5.1% 5.0% 5.7% 5.5% 5.8% 5.7% 5.8% 2017. World 2.8% -0.6% 5.1% 3.8% 3.3% 3.6% 4.1% 4.4% 4.5% 4.6% Middle East and North Africa 4.5% 2.6% 5.0% 3.3% 5.3% 3.6% 3.8% 4.3% 4.5% 4.5% • Africa is set to grow by 5.7% South Africa 3.6% -1.5% 2.9% 3.1% 2.6% 3.0% 3.9% 4.1% 4.1% 4.1% in 2013 increasing to 5.8% in Advanced economies 0.1% -3.5% 3.0% 1.6% 1.3% 1.5% 2.3% 2.6% 2.6% 2.6% 2017. Euro area 0.4% -4.4% 2.0% 1.4% -0.4% 0.2% 1.2% 1.5% 1.7% 1.7% Source: IMF 2013, UNCTAD WIR 2013 3/19/2013
  4. 4. Growth Cities: Urbanisation of Africa • According to UN-Habitat: 1/3 of Africas 1 billion inhabitants currently live in urban areas, but by 2030 that proportion will have risen to a half. • Most populous city in 2010 is Cairo, will grow by 23% to 13.5m people, but overtaken by both Lagos (15.8m) and Kinshasa (15m). • Number of middle class Africans has tripled over the last 30 years to 313 million people, or more than 34% of the continent’s population. • North Africa has the highest middle class. Tunisia has highest concentration 90%, followed by Morocco 85% & Egypt 80%. Other countries include Gabon, Botswana, Namibia, Ghana, Cape Verde, Kenya and South Africa. Source: UN-Habitat, 2013 & The Economist, 2013
  5. 5. Ease of Doing Business Top 10 African Markets, 2012 TOP 10 AFRICAN MARKETS IN EASE OF DOING BUSINESS, 2012AFRICAN WORLDRANKING ECONOMY TOP INDICATOR SECOND INDICATOR RANKING 2012 2012 1 Mauritius Paying Taxes (11) Protecting Investors (13) 23 2 South Africa Getting Credit (1) Protecting Investors (10) 35 3 Rwanda Starting a Business (8) Getting Credit (8) 45 4 Tunisia Trading Across Borders (32) Resolving Insolvency (38) 46 5 Botswana Paying Taxes (22) Resolving Insolvency (28) 54 6 Ghana Registering Property (36) Enforcing Contracts (46) 63 7 Namibia Getting Credit (24) Enforcing Contracts (40) 78 8 Zambia Getting Credit (8) Paying Taxes (47) 84 9 Morocco Trading Across Borders (43) Resolving Insolvency (67)) 94 10 Kenya Dealing with Construction Permits (8) Dealing with Construction Permits (37) 109 Source: World Bank: Ease of Doing Business, 2012
  6. 6. Global Exports GLOBAL EXPORTS BY REGIONS, 2011 19.5% • IMF estimates exports of 19.0% Africa (ZAR4.3trn) developed economies grew by Asia (ZAR50.3trn) 2.4% in 2012, expected to slow Growth 2010-2011 (%) 18.5% to 3.5% in 2013, then increase to 18.0% 4.6% in 2013 Oceania (ZAR2.1trn) America (ZAR21.8trn) 17.5% • IMF estimates exports of 17.0% developing economies grew 4% in 2012, slow to 3.5% in 2013, 16.5% then increase to 6.9% in 2014. Europe (ZAR50trn) 16.0% • Africa is the fastest growing 15.5% region in 2011 for global exports, 15.0% growing at 19%. -10% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% Share of Exports (%) Source: TradeMap, 2012 & IMF, 2013
  7. 7. Global Exports of Food Products to Africa GLOBAL EXPORTS OF FOOD PRODUCTS TO AFRICA, 2002-2011 40 000 35 000 30 000 25 000 Value (ZARm) 20 000 15 000 10 000 5 000 0 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 America 9 556 7 306 8 092 10 393 15 264 15 314 20 854 24 525 27 462 37 812 Europe 17 473 13 302 12 323 13 824 17 572 19 179 25 744 25 043 25 121 30 000 Asia 3 528 4 053 3 706 5 746 7 635 14 004 20 161 18 240 19 038 28 029 Africa 8 713 7 886 6 863 6 396 9 522 9 906 14 124 17 930 20 677 18 085 Oceania 201 124 166 287 354 600 631 612 613 935 • Global Food Companies present in Africa: Massmart from US; Nestle from Switzerland; Cargill from US; Borges from Spain; McCain Foods from Canada; Ocean Fresh Foods from UK, Ferrero from Italy. Source: Quantec, 2012
  8. 8. Global Exports of Beverages to Africa GLOBAL EXPORTS OF BEVERAGES TO AFRICA, 2002-2011 16 000 14 000 12 000 Value (ZARm) 10 000 8 000 6 000 4 000 2 000 0 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Europe 5 827 4 982 4 635 4 985 6 872 9 723 13 833 12 569 11 949 14 171 Africa 4 253 4 969 3 969 4 433 5 372 7 065 11 219 11 339 10 204 10 374 Asia 2 149 2 014 1 810 2 359 3 263 4 023 5 943 5 857 5 647 6 849 America 552 438 545 767 815 1 309 1 631 1 588 1 588 2 189 Oceania 26 29 35 36 39 39 41 32 59 48 • Global Beverage Companies present in Africa: Coca Cola from US; Heineken from Netherlands; SABmiller from UK; Distell Group from SA; Rasna from India; First National Choice from SA; Kasapreko from Ghana Source: Quantec, 2013
  9. 9. Intra- Africa Exports of Food & Beverage Products Top 10 African Source Markets for Food Exports into Africa, 2011 Top 10 African Source Markets for Beverage Exports into Africa, 2011 Egypt ZAR3 046bn, (17%) Ethiopia ZAR246bn, (2.4%) Uganda ZAR753bn, (4.2%) Kenya ZAR2 447bn, (23.6%) Kenya Senegal ZAR869bn, (4.9%) Ghana ZAR377bn, (3.6%)ZAR799bn, Uganda (4.4%) Côte dIvoire ZAR272bn ZAR1 358bn, (13.1%) Zambia ZAR1 (2.6%) Côte dIvoire 372bn, (7.6%) Tanzania ZAR1 493bn, ZAR299bn, (2.9%) (8.3%) Rwanda ZAR401bn, (3.9%) Ghana ZAR703bn, (3.9%) Malawi ZAR304bn, (2.9%) Namibia ZAR1 548bn, Namibia ZAR621bn, (14.9%) (3.4%) South Africa South Africa ZAR5 064bn ,(28%) ZAR2 048bn, (19.7%) Source: TradeMap, 2013
  10. 10. South Africa’s Food & Beverage Trade
  11. 11. South African Exports of Food & Beverages Products by Regions SOUTH AFRICA’S EXPORTS OF FOOD PRODUCTS TO SOUTH AFRICA EXPORTS OF BEVERAGES TO GLOBAL GLOBAL REGIONS, 2012 REGIONS, 2012 25% 60% Asia (ZAR1 257m) 50% Oceania 20% Africa (ZAR5 564m) (ZAR120m) Oceania North America, 40% 548Growth 2011 - 2012 (%) (ZAR434m) Asia (ZAR690m) Growth 2011 - 2012 (%) 15% 30% Africa Middle East, 341 North America (ZAR2 522m) 10% 20% (ZAR981m) Europe (ZAR4 299m) Europe (ZAR1 708m) 10% Middle East 5% (ZAR356m) 0% South America -10% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 0% (ZAR98m) South America -10% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% -10% (ZAR150m) -5% -20% Share of SA Exports (%) Share of SA Exports (%) • Asia SA fastest growing region for food products in 2012 growing at 21%. • Oceania was SA fastest growing export region in 2012 growing at 46%, • Africa is SA’s largest export region in 2012 estimated at ZAR5.5bn, • Europe is SA’s biggest export region in 2012 estimated at ZAR4.3bn, growing at 15%. followed by Africa at ZAR2.4bn Source: Quantec, 2013
  12. 12. South Africa’s Global Export Markets of Food & Beverage Products SOUTH AFRICA’S GLOBAL EXPORT MARKETS OF FOOD PRODUCTS, 2012 SOUTH AFRICA’S GLOBAL EXPORT MARKETS OF BEVERAGE, 2012 % VALUE 2012 VALUE 2012 % SHARE % GROWTH RANK IMPORTERS % SHARE 2012 GROWTH RANK IMPORTERS (ZARm) (ZARm) 2012 2011-2012 2011-2012 1 Zimbabwe 1 469 14.76% 20.66% 1 United Kingdom 1 169 9.80% 12.78% 2 Mozambique 1 171 11.77% 9.65% 2 Germany 837 -1.85% 9.15% 3 Zambia 672 6.75% 30.79% 3 Sweden 564 -9.32% 6.16% 4 Japan 594 5.97% 16.78% 4 United States 559 19.89% 6.11% 5 Angola 473 4.76% -0.20% 5 Angola 541 -2.25% 5.91% 6 Netherlands 439 4.41% 12.88% 6 Netherlands 496 -11.98% 5.42% 7 United Kingdom 390 3.91% 2.77% 7 Canada 419 19.21% 4.58% 8 United States 385 3.87% 16.14% 8 Ghana 390 229.81% 4.26% 9 Germany 381 3.83% -0.72% 9 Zimbabwe 319 35.42% 3.48% 10 Australia 351 3.53% 15.50% 10 United Arab Emirates 268 10.51% 2.93% TOTAL EXPORTS 9 954 100% 14.07% TOTAL EXPORTS 9 149 100% 11.26% Source: Quantec, 2013
  13. 13. South African Exports of Food Products to African Regions TOP 10 SOUTH AFRICAN EXPORT MARKETS IN AFRICA, 2012 Value Rank Market 2012 % Share 2012 % Growth 2011-2012 (ZARm) 1 Zimbabwe 1 469 26.40% 20.66% 2 Mozambique 1 171 21.05% 9.65% 3 Zambia 672 12.08% 30.79% 4 Angola 473 8.51% -0.20% 5 Nigeria 336 6.04% -4.48% 6 Mauritius 207 3.72% 3.31% 7 Malawi 166 2.99% 28.96% • SADC: Share 81% (ZAR4.4bn) growth of 16% in 2012 8 Ghana 143 2.58% 30.53% • West Africa: Share 11% (ZAR622m) growth of 4% in 2012 9 DRC 135 2.42% 1.23% • East Africa: Share 6% (ZAR335m) growth of 17% in 2012 10 Madagascar 111 1.99% 15.61% • Northern Africa: Share 1.2% (ZAR69m) growth of 165% in 2012 Total Exports 5 564 100% 20.66% • Middle Africa: Share 1% (ZAR57m) growth of 50% in 2012 Source: Quantec, 2013
  14. 14. South African Exports of Beverages to African Regions TOP 10 SOUTH AFRICAN EXPORT MARKETS IN AFRICA, 2012 Value Rank Market 2012 % Share 2012 % Growth 2011-2012 (ZARm) 1 Angola 541 21.45% -2.25% 2 Ghana 390 15.45% 229.81% 3 Zimbabwe 319 12.63% 35.42% 4 Zambia 241 9.58% 32.02% 5 Mozambique 217 8.60% 18.28% 6 Tanzania 175 6.95% 43.40% 7 Nigeria 131 5.19% -3.64% • SADC: Share 66% (ZAR1.7bn) growth of 15% in 2011 8 Kenya 119 4.70% 2.00% • West Africa: Share 22% (ZAR557m) growth of 70% in 2011 9 Madagascar 74 2.94% 22.85% • East Africa: Share 10% (ZAR250m) growth of 6.7% in 2011 10 DRC 71 2.83% -13.53% • Northern Africa: Share 0.1% (ZAR2..3m) growth of -75% in 2011 Total Exports 2 522 100% 20.43% • Middle Africa: Share 2% (ZAR38m) growth of -38% in 2011 Source: Quantec, 2013
  15. 15. South Africa’s Exports of Food & Beverage Products to Africa SOUTH AFRICAN EXPORTS TO AFRICA OF FOOD PRODUCTS, 2012 SOUTH AFRICAN EXPORTS TO AFRICA OF BEVERAGES, 2012 VALUE VALUE % SHARE % GROWTH % SHARE % GROWTH RANK PRODUCTS 2012 RANK PRODUCTS 2012 2012 2011-2012 2012 2011-2012 (ZARm) (ZARm) Solid cane or beet sugar and chemically Grape wines(including fortified), 1 1 120 20.13% 19.11% 1 571 22.63% 1.01% pure sucrose alcoholic grape must Ethyl alcohol, undenatured and > 2 Food preparations 1 053 18.92% 6.15% 2 544 21.59% 122.38% 80%, or denatured Fruit and vegetable juices, not fermented Liqueur, spirits and undenatured 3 726 13.05% 18.38% 3 433 17.16% 2.19% or spirited ethyl alcohol <80% Soups, broths and homogenized food Waters, non-alcoholic sweetened or 4 354 6.37% 18.84% 4 317 12.56% -5.93% preparations flavoured beverages Baked bread, pastry, wafers, rice paper, Fermented beverages nes (eg cider, 5 327 5.87% 26.52% 5 298 11.82% 3.85% biscuits perry, mead) Sauce, condiments, mixed seasoning and 6 296 5.32% 17.94% 6 Beer made from malt 215 8.54% 63.64% mustard Cereal food (roasted, swelled), cooked 7 235 4.23% 15.41% 7 Tea 97 3.85% 45.30% grain not maize Chocolate and other foods containing Coffee, coffee husks and skins and 8 219 3.94% 18.79% 8 34 1.34% 27.27% cocoa coffee substitutes Vegetables nes, prepared/preserved, not Unsweetened beverage waters, ice 9 186 3.35% -7.69% 9 11 0.44% 4.02% frozen/vinegar and snow Sugar confectionery, non-cocoa, white Vermouth and other flavoured grape 10 179 3.22% 4.43% 10 2 0.07% 32.43% chocolate wineTOTAL EXPORTS 5 564 100% 20.66% TOTAL EXPORTS 2 522 100% 20.43% Source: Quantec, 2013
  16. 16. Western Cape’s Food & Beverage Trade
  17. 17. Western Cape Exports of Food & Beverages Products to Global Regions WESTERN CAPE EXPORTS OF FOODS PRODUCTS TO WESTERN CAPE EXPORTS OF BEVERAGES TO GLOBAL REGIONS, 2011 GLOBAL REGIONS, 2011 50% 40% Africa Middle East (ZAR1 062m) Africa 40% 30% (ZAR135m) Middle East (ZAR1.1bn) Asia (ZAR760m)Growth 2011 - 2012 (%) (ZAR89m) Asia 30% 20% Growth 2011 - 2012 (%) (ZAR318m) Oceania South America 20% 10% (ZAR281m) (ZAR154m) Europe (ZAR4bn) 10% 0% North America -10% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% (ZAR234m) Europe North America 0% (ZAR960m) -10% (ZAR658m) -5% 0% 5% 10% 15% 20% 25% 30% 35% Oceania South America (ZAR68m) -10% -20% (ZAR58m) -20% -30% Share of WC Exports (%) Share of WC Exports (%) • Middle East was WC fastest growing export region in 2011 growing at • Africa WC fastest growing export region in 2011 growing at 27%. 38%, followed by Africa at 33%. • Europe is WC’s biggest export region in 2011 estimated at ZAR4bn, • Africa was WC’s biggest export in 2011 estimated at ZAR1bn, followed by followed by Africa at ZAR1.1bn. Source: Quantec, 2013
  18. 18. Western Cape’s Global Export Markets of Food & Beverage Products WESTERN CAPE’S GLOBAL EXPORT MARKETS OF FOOD PRODUCTS, 2011 WESTERN CAPE’S GLOBAL EXPORT MARKETS OFBEVERAGES, 2011 VALUE 2011 % SHARE % GROWTH VALUE 2011 % SHARE % GROWTH RANK IMPORTERS RANK IMPORTERS (ZARm) 2011 2010-2011 (ZARm) 2011 2010-2011 1 Japan 310 8.89% 13.53% 1 United Kingdom 1 032 16.16% -26.24% 2 Germany 265 7.58% -1.15% 2 Germany 838 13.14% 5.66% 3 Australia 225 6.44% 26.95% 3 Sweden 622 9.74% -4.15% 4 Zimbabwe 221 6.33% 127.41% 4 Angola 544 8.52% 22.22% 5 Hong Kong 204 5.83% 39.47% 5 Netherlands 521 8.17% 8.80% 6 United Kingdom 190 5.45% -2.20% 6 Canada 350 5.49% -5.41% 7 Zambia 154 4.40% 13.78% 7 Denmark 300 4.71% -1.85% 8 Netherlands 140 4.02% -8.16% 8 United States 300 4.70% -3.54% 9 Mozambique 130 3.74% 24.42% 9 Belgium 180 2.82% 5.54% 10 United States 118 3.39% -3.67% 10 China 145 2.27% 79.41% TOTAL EXPORTS 3 490 100% 12.80% TOTAL EXPORTS 6 382 100% -0.45% Source: Quantec, 2013
  19. 19. Western Cape Exports of Food Products to African Regions TOP 10 WESTERN CAPE EXPORT MARKETS IN AFRICA, 2011 Value Rank Market 2011 % Share 2011 % Growth 2010-2011 (ZARm) 1 Zimbabwe 221 20.81% 127.41% 2 Zambia 154 14.45% 13.78% 3 Mozambique 130 12.28% 24.42% 4 Nigeria 116 10.93% 288.99% 5 Angola 102 9.59% 1.41% 6 Mauritius 94 8.89% 4.70% 7 Ghana 50 4.68% 9.56% • SADC: Share 74% (ZAR790m) growth of 32% in 2011 8 Tanzania 29 2.75% 20.70% • West Africa: Share 18% (ZAR188m) growth of 97% in 2011 9 Malawi 27 2.57% -4.98% • East Africa: Share 4% (ZAR46m) growth of -20% in 2011 10 DRC 27 2.56% 64.46% • Northern Africa: Share 1% (ZAR7.1m) growth of -64% in 2011Total Exports 1 062 100% 33.55% • Middle Africa: Share 2.9% (ZAR30m) growth of 41% in 2011 Source: Quantec, 2013
  20. 20. Western Cape Exports of Beverages to African Regions TOP 10 WESTERN CAPE EXPORT MARKETS IN AFRICA, 2011 Value % Share 2011 Rank Market 2011 % Growth 2010-2011 (ZARm) 1 Angola 544 49.96% 22.22% 2 Nigeria 123 11.26% 49.26% 3 Kenya 90 8.24% 9.29% 4 Zimbabwe 65 5.98% 99.94% 5 Tanzania 45 4.16% 7.44% 6 Ghana 40 3.65% 29.08% 7 Mauritius 33 3.02% 18.83% • SADC: Share 69% (ZAR746m) growth of 25% in 2011 8 Mozambique 32 2.91% 38.22% • West Africa: Share 18% (ZAR196m) growth of 46% in 2011 9 Liberia 11 1.00% 123.79% • East Africa: Share 12% (127m) growth of 10% in 2011 10 Réunion 11 0.97% 0.74% • Northern Africa: Share 1% (ZAR6.6m) growth of 66% in 2011Total Exports 1 089 100% 27.29% • Middle Africa: Share 1% (ZAR14m) growth of 83% in 2011 Source: Quantec, 2013
  21. 21. Western Cape’s Fastest Growing Export Markets of Food &Beverage Products to Africa, 2011 WESTERN CAPE’S EXPORT MARKETS TO AFRICA OF FOOD WESTERN CAPE’S EXPORT MARKETS TO AFRICA OF PRODUCTS, 2011 BEVERAGES, 2011 VALUE VALUE SHARE GROWTH SHARE GROWTH RANK IMPORTERS 2011 RANK IMPORTERS 2011 2011 2011 2011 2011 (ZARm) (ZARm) 1 Nigeria 116.1 10.93% 288.99% 1 Liberia 10.9 1.00% 123.79% 2 Gabon 23.7 2.23% 148.79% 2 Zimbabwe 65.1 5.98% 99.94% Democratic Republic of the 3 Zimbabwe 221.0 20.81% 127.41% 3 5.3 0.49% 97.26% Congo 4 DRC 27.2 2.56% 64.46% 4 Cameroon 5.3 0.49% 79.35% 5 Seychelles 5.9 0.55% 35.06% 5 Congo 6.4 0.59% 77.51% 6 Uganda 6.0 0.57% 32.46% 6 Sudan 6.6 0.61% 65.76% 7 Mozambique 130.5 12.28% 24.42% 7 Nigeria 122.6 11.26% 49.26% 8 Tanzania 29.2 2.75% 20.70% 8 Madagascar 5.4 0.50% 45.74% 9 Zambia 153.5 14.45% 13.78% 9 Mozambique 31.7 2.91% 38.22% 10 Ghana 49.7 4.68% 9.56% 10 Ghana 39.8 3.65% 29.08% TOTAL EXPORTS 1 062 100% 33.55% TOTAL EXORTS 1 089 100% 27.29% Source: Quantec, 2013
  22. 22. Western Cape Exports of Food & Beverage Products to Africa WESTERN CAPE EXPORTS OF FOOD PRODUCTSTO AFRICA, 2011 WESTERN CAPE EXPORTS OF BEVERAGES TO AFRICA, 2011 VALUE VALUE % SHARE % GROWTH % SHARE % GROWTH RANK PRODUCTS 2011 RANK PRODUCTS 2011 2011 2010-2011 2011 2010-2011 (ZARm) (ZARm) Sauce, condiments, mixed seasoning and Grape wines(including fortified), 1 123 11.57% 93.71% 1 453.7 41.67% 22.17% mustard alcoholic grape must Liqueur, spirits and undenatured 2 Food preparations 97 9.09% 47.44% 2 373.6 34.32% 43.12% ethyl alcohol <80% Prepared or preserved meat, meat offal Fermented beverages nes (eg cider, 3 67 6.29% 94.70% 3 221.4 20.33% 18.13% and blood perry, mead) Cereal food (roasted, swelled), cooked Waters, non-alcoholic sweetened or 4 53 5.02% 49.94% 4 27.1 2.49% 31.85% grain not maize flavoured beverages Vegetables nes, prepared/preserved, not Unsweetened beverage waters, ice 5 43 4.02% 69.66% 5 3.5 0.33% -20.16% frozen/vinegar and snow Fruit, nut, edible plant parts nes, 6 39 3.71% 2.13% 6 Beer made from malt 2.8 0.26% 47.06% prepared/preserved Baked bread, pastry, wafers, rice paper, 7 35 3.33% 14.48% 7 Tea 2.5 0.23% -16.46% biscuits, Malt extract, flour, dairy preparations, low Ethyl alcohol, undenatured and > 8 32 3.05% 24.07% 8 1.9 0.18% -38.74% cocoa 80%, or denatured Coffee, coffee husks and skins and 9 Pasta, couscous 30 2.79% 60.07% 9 1.7 0.15% -6.71% coffee substitutes Sugar confectionery, non-cocoa, white Vermouth and other flavoured grape 10 26 2.47% 3.88% 10 0.4 0.04% -27.97% chocolate wineTOTAL EXPORTS 1 062 100% 33.55% TOTAL EXORTS 1 089 100% 27.29% Source: Quantec, 2013
  23. 23. South Africa’s FDI into Africa’s Food & Beverage Sector SOUTH AFRICA’S FDI INTO AFRICA’S FOOD & BEVERAGE SECTOR, 2003-2012 1 800 10 1 600 9 1 400 8 7 1 200 Number of Projects Value (ZARm) 6 1 000 5 800 4 600 3 400 2 200 1 0 0 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Capex (ZARm) 487 117 173 12 1 318 1 007 73 660 1 556 965 Projects 1 2 1 1 1 3 1 4 9 5 Source: FDI Intelligence, 2013
  24. 24. South Africa’s FDI into Africa’s Food & Beverage Sector 2003-2012• 99% of all investments originated from Cape Town• 99% of all Investments went into the Shoprite (ZAR661m) retail food and beverage stores sub- Pick n Pay (ZAR173m) sector Nutro Manufacturing EPZ (ZAR52m) Shoprite (ZAR66m) Shoprite (ZAR919m) Shoprite (ZAR173m) Pick n Pay (ZAR173m) Shoprite (ZAR695m) Shoprite (ZAR173m) Pick n Pay (ZAR173) Tongaat Hulett (ZAR1805m) First National Choice (ZAR50m) Pick n Pay (ZAR424m) Pick n Pay (ZAR173m) Distell (ZAR12m) Tongaat Hulett (ZAR73m) NMI Group (ZAR175m) Source: FDI Intelligence, 2013

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