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ReportsnReports - Health and Wellness in Norway
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ReportsnReports - Health and Wellness in Norway
ReportsnReports - Health and Wellness in Norway
ReportsnReports - Health and Wellness in Norway
ReportsnReports - Health and Wellness in Norway
ReportsnReports - Health and Wellness in Norway
ReportsnReports - Health and Wellness in Norway
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The Norwegian health and wellness food and beverages market has recovered from the economic difficulties in the past two years. Better for you, food intolerance, fortified/functional and naturally …

The Norwegian health and wellness food and beverages market has recovered from the economic difficulties in the past two years. Better for you, food intolerance, fortified/functional and naturally healthy products recorded dynamic sales, while the performance of organic products managed to just record positive sales. There is a continued strong trend towards healthy living in Norway, which directly has a strong impact on the sales of health and wellness food and beverages. Norwegians are increasingly concerned about their health and are willing to purchase healthy food and beverages as long as the quality and the health benefits appear to be evident.

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  • 1. Health and Wellness in NorwayHealth and wellness sales recoverThe Norwegian health and wellness food and beverages market has recovered from theeconomic difficulties in the past two years. Better for you, food intolerance,fortified/functional and naturally healthy products recorded dynamic sales, while theperformance of organic products managed to just record positive sales. There is a continuedstrong trend towards healthy living in Norway, which directly has a strong impact on thesales of health and wellness food and beverages. Norwegians are increasingly concernedabout their health and are willing to purchase healthy food and beverages as long as thequality and the health benefits appear to be evident.Stringent food regulationsThe Norwegian Food Authority (Mattilsynet) operates strict criteria for manufacturers thatwish to make a health claim. The Green Keyhole symbol has become almost synonymouswith healthy articles in Norway and helps consumers to easily identify healthy food andbeverage products. The symbol is growing in recognition and most Norwegians are aware ofits meaning. From January 2010 Norway introduced new EU regulations that will allowmanufacturers to make health claims that have been approved by the EuropeanCommission. It is expected that common and standardised criteria will aid manufacturers inmaking the right and more efficient health claims about their products.Food intolerance finally acceptedThere was quite a remarkable change in the perception of food intolerance products during2010. Up until then health food stores had been mostly selling and distributing the products,while a clear shift was seen in 2010, with the grocery channel stocking a whole range offood intolerance products and setting up separate stands to single them out and show thewide range. The wider availability and greater recognition meant that prices werenormalised because the potential benefits of high-value products are strong owing to thefact that there is estimated to be a consumer group of 200,000 Norwegians who arepotentially in need of food intolerance products. In the next few years it is expected thatseveral industry players will compete in making an impact in this up until now relativelysmall market area.Local players dominate salesThe domestic players Tine, Bakers, Q-Meieriene, Mills DA, Ideal Wasa, and Ringnesdominated health and wellness food and beverage sales in Norway during 2010. Theseplayers have dominated this market throughout the review period and they have anadvantage over international manufacturers as Norwegian consumers tend to prefer locally-produced and -cultivated products. This strong trend means that multinationals havedifficulty in establishing themselves in Norway. During 2010, Tine invested heavily in aprofile campaign that aims to raise awareness and recognition of the Tine products, showingthat local players compete hard to keep their loyal consumers.
  • 2. Dynamic sales expected in the forecast periodHealth and wellness food and beverages is expected to perform dynamically over theforecast period. The challenge will be for the grocery channel and the industry players toremain innovative and launch the right and most suitable products in order to reduce thenumber of Norwegians who do cross-border shopping in Sweden, where the range of healthand wellness products is much wider. The industry must capitalise further on the fact thatNorwegians are willing to spend money on healthy and high-quality food and beverages,despite high unit prices. This must continue to be backed up by the right marketing andadvertising strategies, similar to the Tine profile campaign.Table of ContentsHealth and Wellness in Norway – Industry OverviewEXECUTIVE SUMMARYHealth and wellness sales recoverStringent food regulationsFood intolerance finally acceptedLocal players dominate salesDynamic sales expected in the forecast periodKEY TRENDS AND DEVELOPMENTSHealth-conscious population ensures high consumer spendingExplosion in the sales of food intolerance productsOrganic sales fail to show significant growth despite industry effortsPrices and natural ingredients the key to strong salesHealth and wellness industry heavily regulatedMARKET DATATable 1 Sales of Health and Wellness by Type: Value 2005-2010Table 2 Sales of Health and Wellness by Type: % Value Growth 2005-2010Table 3 Sales of Health and Wellness by Category: Value 2005-2010Table 4 Sales of Health and Wellness by Category: % Value Growth 2005-2010Table 5 Health and Wellness GBO Company Shares 2006-2010Table 6 Health and Wellness NBO Company Shares 2006-2010Table 7 Health and Wellness Brand Shares 2007-2010Table 8 Forecast Sales of Health and Wellness by Type: Value 2010-2015Table 9 Forecast Sales of Health and Wellness by Type: % Value Growth 2010-2015Table 10 Forecast Sales of Health and Wellness by Category: Value 2010-2015Table 11 Forecast Sales of Health and Wellness by Category: % Value Growth 2010-2015APPENDIXNational LegislationAdvertisingRetail DistributionSOURCESSummary 1 Research Sources
  • 3. Health and Wellness in Norway – Company ProfilesAlternativ Mat AS in Health and Wellness (Norway)STRATEGIC DIRECTIONKEY FACTSCOMPANY BACKGROUNDCOMPETITIVE POSITIONINGSummary 4 Alternativ Mat AS: Competitive Position 2010Mills DA in Health and Wellness (Norway)STRATEGIC DIRECTIONKEY FACTSCOMPANY BACKGROUNDCOMPETITIVE POSITIONINGSummary 7 Mills DA: Competitive Position 2010Tine BA in Health and Wellness (Norway)STRATEGIC DIRECTIONKEY FACTSCOMPANY BACKGROUNDCOMPETITIVE POSITIONINGSummary 10 Tine BA: Competitive Position 2010Better For You Beverages in Norway – Category AnalysisHEADLINESTRENDSBFY beverages are well established in Norway and demand for such products was driven bya strong health-conscious trend among Norwegian consumers. Most of the value sales comefrom BFY cola carbonates, accounting for almost 70% of all sales in 2010. Although therehave been media reports about the sweetener aspartame being an ingredient that oneshould not consume too much of, there was a stronger trend during 2010 compared to 2009when it came to purchasing low-calorie cola carbonates. The heavily discounted prices inmany grocery stores for such products attracted greater sales.COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPERingnes remained the clear leader in BFY beverages sales in Norway with a 46% share in2010. This stems from the popularity of Pepsi Max, a reduced-sugar carbonate and thedominance this category has in BFY beverages. Ringnes saw its sales decline further in
  • 4. 2010, due to declining sales of reduced-sugar carbonates and, by extension, Pepsi Max.Coca-Cola Drikker held the second place, for similar reasons, driven by its brands Coca-ColaLight and Coca-Cola Zero and with a total value share that was relatively stable at 39%.PROSPECTSBFY beverages is expected to experience a -2% CAGR decline in the forecast period toNOK2.2 billion in 2015. Demand for BFY beverages over the forecast period will be lowerbecause of the greater awareness of other health and wellness products and in particularnaturally healthy drinks such as bottled water and 100% juice not from concentrate.Norwegians are well known for their quests for naturalness and this will be particularlynotable in BFY beverages.CATEGORY DATATable 12 Sales of BFY Beverages by Category: Value 2005-2010Table 13 Sales of BFY Beverages by Category: % Value Growth 2005-2010Table 14 BFY Beverages Company Shares 2006-2010Table 15 BFY Beverages Brand Shares 2007-2010Table 16 Forecast Sales of BFY Beverages by Category: Value 2010-2015Table 17 Forecast Sales of BFY Beverages by Category: % Value Growth 2010-2015Better For You Packaged Food in Norway – Category AnalysisHEADLINESTRENDSBFY packaged food products are widely accepted as being healthy in Norway. As a result,BFY packaged food is well established and increased dynamically during 2010 due to thecontinued focus on consuming products that are beneficial to health. Norwegian consumersalso downgraded from other more expensive health and wellness areas such as organic andfunctional foods. The dynamic growth during 2010 was also due to the popularity ofreduced-fat milk, which accounted for almost 50% of all value sales.COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPEQ-Meieriene AS was the leader in BFY packaged food sales during 2010, accounting for aretail value share of 46%. The company’s success can be attributed to its strength withinreduced fat dairy products, where it recorded a retail value share of 57% in 2010. Q-Meieriene’s highly successful launch of Skyr in 2009 paid off in 2010, when it increased itsshare by one percentage point. Meanwhile, Tine BA ranked second within BFY packagedfood in 2010, recording a retail value share of 26%.PROSPECTSBFY packaged food is expected to grow dynamically over the forecast period to reachNOK9.4 billion in 2015. Consumer awareness of the importance of a balanced diet isexpected to continue to increase over the coming years due to rising awareness of illnessesrelated to obesity and poor diet. People will continue to switch to BFY packaged foodproducts as long as the sacrifice in taste is not too great and the price is in line with that ofregular products. As a result, BFY packaged food will not be an area that will allowmanufacturers to offer high prices in order to maximise value sales.CATEGORY DATATable 18 Sales of BFY Packaged Food by Category: Value 2005-2010
  • 5. Table 19 Sales of BFY Packaged Food by Category: % Value Growth 2005-2010Table 20 Other Reduced Fat Food by Type: % Value Breakdown 2005-2010Table 21 BFY Packaged Food Company Shares 2006-2010Table 22 BFY Packaged Food Brand Shares 2007-2010Table 23 Forecast Sales of BFY Packaged Food by Category: Value 2010-2015Table 24 Forecast Sales of BFY Packaged Food by Category: % Value Growth 2010-2015Food Intolerance in Norway – Category AnalysisHEADLINESTRENDSFood intolerance product sales continued to grow throughout the review period, with afurther important factor in the growth evident during 2010. The grocery channel widened itsdistribution and thus the availability and selection of food intolerance products improved, akey factor in the growth. Health food stores had up until now been the main sources ofthese products, but a clear shift was seen in 2010. This has seemed to reduce the numberof cross-border shoppers that go to Sweden in order to make their purchases, but have nowinstead opted to purchase these products at home, despite the higher unit prices.COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPEAlternativ Mat AS and Tine BA dominate food intolerance sales in Norway, recordingrespective retail value shares of 44% and 25% in 2010. Alternativ Mat AS is the leader ingluten-free food with a value share of 59% and second in lactose-free food with a 34%share. With a distribution range of more than 900 different food intolerance products,Alternativ Mat AS is the clear leader and the player with the most experience in andknowledge of this product range.PROSPECTSA wider selection and distribution of food intolerance products will be the main factor behindthe strong growth in the forecast period, when sales will rise from NOK488 million in 2010to NOK738 million in 2015. It is estimated by National Statistics (SSB) that more than amillion Norwegians do not drink milk and that many of them are lactose intolerant, whichmeans that there is great potential for growth. With the wider availability of food intoleranceproducts in the grocery channel it is expected that this will reduce the cross-bordershopping to Sweden for these products and the products will be more visible and accessibleto people who have various food allergies.CATEGORY DATATable 25 Sales of Food Intolerance by Category: Value 2005-2010Table 26 Sales of Food Intolerance by Category: % Value Growth 2005-2010Table 27 Lactose-free Dairy Products by Type: % Value Breakdown 2006-2010Table 28 Food Intolerance Company Shares 2006-2010Table 29 Food Intolerance Brand Shares 2007-2010Table 30 Forecast Sales of Food Intolerance by Category: Value 2010-2015Table 31 Forecast Sales of Food Intolerance by Category: % Value Growth 2010-2015Fortified/Functional Beverages in Norway – Category AnalysisHEADLINESTRENDSFortified/functional beverages is a far smaller area than fortified/functional packaged food,
  • 6. with fortified/functional hot drinks not existing in Norway. Fortified/functional beveragesaccounted for less than 20% of overall fortified/functional sales in 2010. Energy drinksdominate the category, accounting for over 80% of sales. Energy drinks are driven by theyounger health-conscious generations and the strong trend of going to the gym.COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPEThree companies – Ringnes AS, Red Bull Norge AS and Coca-Cola Drikker AS – recorded acombined retail value share of 81% in 2010. Red Bull has been the key driver in energydrinks and thus overall fortified/functional beverages in Norway, with value sales rising by80%, accounting for around 40% of fortified/functional beverages sales value growth in2010.PROSPECTSRetail sales of fortified/functional beverages are expected to see a constant value CAGR of7% to reach NOK801 million in 2015. Fortified/functional 100% juice and fortified/functionalenergy drinks are both expected to perform well over the forecast period. The fact that agrowing number of juice brands are expected to be fortified will help to boostfortified/functional 100% juice sales over the coming years. This will most probably revolvearound documenting healthy benefits from 100% juice products that contain antioxidantsand omega-3, thus resulting in a prime positioning.CATEGORY DATATable 32 Sales of Fortified/Functional Beverages by Category: Value 2005-2010Table 33 Sales of Fortified/Functional Beverages by Category: % Value Growth 2005-2010Table 34 Key Functional Ingredients in Fortified/Functional Bottled Water: % Breakdown2006-2010Table 35 Key Functional Ingredients in Fortified/Functional Non-Cola Carbonates: %Breakdown 2006-2010Table 36 Key Functional Ingredients in Fortified/Functional 100% Juice: % Breakdown2006-2010Table 37 Fortified/Functional Beverages Company Shares 2006-2010Table 38 Fortified/Functional Beverages Brand Shares 2007-2010Table 39 Forecast Sales of Fortified/Functional Beverages by Category: Value 2010-2015Table 40 Forecast Sales of Fortified/Functional Beverages by Category: % Value Growth2010-2015Fortified/Functional Packaged Food in Norway – Category AnalysisHEADLINESTRENDSFortified/functional yoghurt is becoming increasingly more competitive. Danone AB enteredthe market with its brand Activia back in 2006 and has slowly been able to establish itself inthe market. In 2010, the company established a local sales office, which meant a closerbattle with Tina BA. This means that the company will invest more in advertising and astatement from the company emphasised that not only would it continue to invest inyoghurt, but it also plans to launch yet-to-be-disclosed new products.COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPEWrigley Scandinavia (Norway) AS and Q-Meieriene led fortified/functional packaged foodsales in Norway with respective value shares of 20% and 14% in 2010. Wrigley
  • 7. Scandinavia’s performance is attributed to its strong performance in fortified/functionalconfectionery with a value share in 2010 of 47%. Q-Meieriene’s success can mainly beattributed to its 45% value share within fortified/functional dairy products.Table 41 Pro/Pre Biotic Yoghurt by Key Functional Ingredient Retail Value SalesTable 42 Pro/Pre Biotic Yoghurt by Claim Types Retail Value SalesTable 43 Other Functional Yoghurt by Key Functional Ingredient Retail Value SalesTable 44 Other Functional Yoghurt by Claim Types Retail Value SalesTable 45 Functional Spreadable Oils and Fats by Key Functional Ingredient Retail ValueSalesTable 46 Functional Spreadable Oils and Fats by Claim Types Retail Value SalesTable 47 Functional Gum by Key Functional Ingredient Retail Value SalesTable 48 Functional Gum by Claim Types Retail Value SalesPROSPECTSFortified/functional packaged food is expected to record a constant retail value CAGR of 4%,with sales expected to reach NOK3.3 billion in 2015. Norway, as of 2010, complies withconservative EU fortified/functional food legislation. Norwegian manufacturers are expectedto invest in introducing products that contain well-known and accepted functional productssuch as high-fibre and omega-3 bread, sugar confectionery with herb extracts, and LGGfortified/functional milk.CATEGORY DATATable 49 Sales of Fortified/Functional Packaged Food by Category: Value 2005-2010Table 50 Sales of Fortified/Functional Packaged Food by Category: % Value Growth 2005-2010Table 51 Sugarised Vs Sugar-free Fortified/Functional Gum: % Breakdown 2009Table 52 Sugarised Vs Sugar-free Fortified/Functional Sugar Confectionery: % Breakdown2009Table 53 Standard Fat Vs Reduced Fat Fortified/Functional Yoghurt: % Breakdown 2009Table 54 Other Fortified/Functional Food by Type: % Value Breakdown 2005-2010Table 55 Key Functional Ingredients in Fortified/Functional Biscuits: % Breakdown 2006-2010Table 56 Key Functional Ingredients in Fortified/Functional Breakfast Cereals: % Breakdown2006-2010Table 57 Key Functional Ingredients in Fortified/Functional Bread: % Breakdown 2006-2010Table 58 Key Functional Ingredients in Fortified/Functional Gum: % Breakdown 2006-2010Table 59 Key Functional Ingredients in Fortified/Functional Sugar Confectionery: %Breakdown 2006-2010Table 60 Key Functional Ingredients in Flavoured Milk Drinks: % Breakdown 2006-2010Table 61 Key Functional Ingredients in Fortified/Functional Milk: % Breakdown 2006-2010Table 62 Key Functional Ingredients in Fortified/Functional Yoghurt: % Breakdown 2006-2010Table 63 Key Functional Ingredients in Fortified/Functional Snack Bars: % Breakdown 2006-2010Table 64 Key Functional Ingredients in Fortified/Functional Spreadable Oils and Fats: %Breakdown 2006-2010Table 65 Fortified/Functional Packaged Food Company Shares 2006-2010Table 66 Fortified/Functional Packaged Food Brand Shares 2007-2010Table 67 Fortified/Functional Bread Brand Shares 2007-2010
  • 8. Table 68 Forecast Sales of Fortified/Functional Packaged Food by Category: Value 2010-2015Table 69 Forecast Sales of Fortified/Functional Packaged Food by Category: % Value Growth2010-2015Naturally Healthy Beverages in Norway – Category AnalysisHEADLINESTRENDSThe performance of naturally healthy beverages is associated with key performances in keyproduct categories. These are NH bottled water and NH 100% juice, which togetheraccounted for 76% of all value sales in 2010. The recent decline in bottled water sales dueto high unit prices and growing competition from other naturally healthy beverages as wellas from fortified/functional beverages has not resulted in an overall category decline.COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPEFellesjuice AS and Ringnes AS led naturally healthy value sales during 2010, recordingrespective value shares of 24% and 18%, and were followed by Stabburet AS and HansaBorg Bryggerier AS. Ringnes’ strong sales comes from its key presence in naturally healthybottled water, with its Imsdal carbonated spring water and Farris carbonated naturalmineral water having dominant value shares within their respective products.PROSPECTSRising consumer health awareness and demand for healthy products will continue to fuelgrowth within naturally healthy beverages over the coming years. Naturally healthybeverages is expected to grow in constant value terms by 1%, with sales expected toremain at around NOK3.6 billion in 2015. This projected growth rate is lower than thereview period figure and reflects the increasing maturity of naturally healthy beverages.CATEGORY DATATable 70 Sales of NH Beverages by Category: Value 2005-2010Table 71 Sales of NH Beverages by Category: % Value Growth 2005-2010Table 72 NH Beverages Company Shares 2006-2010Table 73 NH Beverages Brand Shares 2007-2010Table 74 NH Green RTD Tea Brand Shares 2007-2010Table 75 Forecast Sales of NH Beverages by Category: Value 2010-2015Table 76 Forecast Sales of NH Beverages by Category: % Value Growth 2010-2015Naturally Healthy Packaged Food in Norway – Category AnalysisHEADLINESTRENDSNaturally healthy packaged food is the second largest health and wellness area in Norway,accounting for 27% of total value sales in 2010. Norwegians generally prefer natural foodand beverages and, although growth was slightly slower compared to the previous year, thearea continues to increase its health and wellness value share. The strong traditions ofeating breakfast in Norway helped high-fibre bread account for 57% of all NH packaged foodvalue sales in 2010 and see its sales rise by nearly 6% in current terms and is thus a majorfactor in the success of naturally healthy packaged food as a whole.
  • 9. COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPEDue to the dominance of NH high-fibre bread in the category, it is not surprising bakerymanufacturers dominate sales. One player Bakers AS (part of Orkla Group) stands out as asignificant player with an 18% value share in 2010, with the remainder of the categorybeing relatively fragmented.PROSPECTSNaturally healthy packaged food is expected to grow over the forecast period with a retailconstant value CAGR of 2%, with sales expected to reach NOK7.6 billion in 2015. Naturallyhealthy packaged food is a mature and well-established product area in Norway that isexpected to maintain its strong position over the coming years, despite the introduction ofnew health and wellness products in other areas, in particular from organic foods andfortified/functional food.CATEGORY DATATable 77 Sales of NH Packaged Food by Category: Value 2005-2010Table 78 Sales of NH Packaged Food by Category: % Value Growth 2005-2010Table 79 NH Packaged Food Company Shares 2006-2010Table 80 NH Packaged Food Brand Shares 2007-2010Table 81 Forecast Sales of NH Packaged Food by Category: Value 2010-2015Table 82 Forecast Sales of NH Packaged Food by Category: % Value Growth 2010-2015Organic Beverages in Norway – Category AnalysisHEADLINESTRENDSOrganic beverages performed strongly during 2010 and, in contrast to organic food,Norwegian consumers are willing to pay the slightly higher unit prices that organicbeverages carry. Organic food is priced much higher compared all other health and wellnessproduct categories. One factor in the strong growth is the lack of cross-border shopping toSweden to purchase organic beverages, which consequently has a positive impact on thesales in Norway.COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPEOrganic beverages remains a very small niche area in Norway and is clearly led by CoopNorge AS and Alternativ Mat AS, which recorded respective current retail value shares of24% and 13% in 2010. Both players focus on offering premium-priced brands. AlternativMat’s AS performance is very much due to the merger with Helios in 2009, when thecompany increased its organic packaged food retail value share from 3% to 14%.PROSPECTSOrganic beverages are expected to record a retail constant value CAGR of 8% in theforecast period, with sales predicted to reach NOK99 million in 2015. However, theprojected growth is far slower than the corresponding review period average of 19%, partlydue to the fact that organic beverages is attracting much less new product developmentinvestment than other food areas and that the range of products are still fairly limited.CATEGORY DATATable 83 Sales of Organic Beverages by Category: Value 2005-2010Table 84 Sales of Organic Beverages by Category: % Value Growth 2005-2010
  • 10. Table 85 Other Organic Hot Drinks by Type: % Value Breakdown 2005-2010Table 86 Organic Beverages Company Shares 2006-2010Table 87 Organic Beverages Brand Shares 2007-2010Table 88 Forecast Sales of Organic Beverages by Category: Value 2010-2015Table 89 Forecast Sales of Organic Beverages by Category: % Value Growth 2010-2015Organic Packaged Food in Norway – Category AnalysisEADLINESTRENDSAfter several years with high value sales of organic packaged food, 2009 and 2010 saw adecline or very slow growth in both volume and value terms. In general the organicproduction of milk is growing, while meat and egg are declining. During the difficulteconomic times the grocery retailer chains focused very much on the lower-priced productsand private label, often from the naturally healthy food category. The higher prices oforganic food meant that consumers preferred cheaper alternatives and during 2010 therewere signs that positive growth was back on track, but only at a low rate of 1% in currentvalue terms.COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPETine BA recorded a value share of 38% within organic packaged food in 2010 and wasfollowed by Findal & Krogh on 15%. Tine BA’s success can be attributed to the fact that itaccounted for some 85% of organic dairy product sales in 2010. Organic dairy products isby far the largest organic packaged food area, accounting for more than 40% of overallvalue sales in 2010.PROSPECTSOrganic packaged food is expected to struggle during the forecast period and record anegative constant value CAGR of 3%. There needs to be an overhaul in terms of the pricingof organic food in Norway as during the review period most organic food products were notable to compete with naturally healthy and fortified/functional alternatives. On the positiveside, the fact that some naturally healthy and better for you products will become certifiedas organic will help to boost value sales during the forecast period. It seems that this is notenough to regain positive sales and government financial impetus is needed for the industryplayers in order to invest seriously in launching products that are able to survive in themarket during the forecast period.CATEGORY DATATable 90 Sales of Organic Packaged Food by Category: Value 2005-2010Table 91 Sales of Organic Packaged Food by Category: % Value Growth 2005-2010Table 92 Other Organic Food by Type: % Value Breakdown 2005-2010Table 93 Organic Packaged Food Company Shares 2006-2010Table 94 Organic Packaged Food Brand Shares 2007-2010Table 95 Organic Dried Baby Food Brand Shares 2007-2010Table 96 Forecast Sales of Organic Packaged Food by Category: Value 2010-2015Table 97 Forecast Sales of Organic Packaged Food by Category: % Value Growth 2010-2015
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