Russia: Premium Cheese Market. Analysis and Forecast to 2017

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The report provides current information about the premium cheese market in Russia as of December 2011 The purpose of the study is to describe the state of the Russian premium cheese market, providing relevant information on the volume of production, exports, imports, consumption and market conditions, as well as changes that occurred in 2010, as well as to build a forecast of the industry in the medium term period up to 2017 According to experts, the consumption of premium cheese in Russia will increase into the foreseeable future. This is due to the gradual release of the Russian economy from the crisis and the improving welfare of the population. In 2010, the consumption of premium cheeses broke down as: young cheeses - 69%, premium blue cheeses - 16% and premium hard and soft cheeses - 15%. Experts predict by 2015, that imports of premium cheeses will be 80% of the market. In December 2011 negotiations were completed on the terms of Russia's accession to the WTO. Undoubtedly, this fact will be one of the main factors influencing the development of the market of premium cheeses in the medium term. The report contains information on changes of conditions for foreign suppliers of premium cheeses, implications for Russian producers and constructs assorted scenarios of market development, taking into account all factors. The report on the Russian premium cheese market contains: Analysis and forecast of market dynamics Structure of consumption by region Analysis of domestic production, the market share of major players Analysis of exports and imports Analysis of factors affecting the development of the market Analysis of the status of raw materials Analysis of the status of end-uses Assessment and forecast of market development Financial and economic profiles of leading companies in the industry Methodology: Expert interviews with top managers of the largest players Analysis of submissions from market participants An analysis of statistical information: Federal State Statistics Service (Rosstat) Federal Customs Service (FEA) Ministry of Economic Development The Federal Tax Service Industry associations The report will allow you to:

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Russia: Premium Cheese Market. Analysis and Forecast to 2017

  1. 1. Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market Statistics >> Get this Report Now by email!Russia: Premium Cheese Market. Analysis and Forecast to 2017Published on December 2011 Report SummaryThe report provides current information about the premium cheese market in Russia as of December 2011 The purpose of the studyis to describe the state of the Russian premium cheese market, providing relevant information on the volume of production, exports,imports, consumption and market conditions, as well as changes that occurred in 2010, as well as to build a forecast of the industry inthe medium term period up to 2017 According to experts, the consumption of premium cheese in Russia will increase into theforeseeable future. This is due to the gradual release of the Russian economy from the crisis and the improving welfare of thepopulation. In 2010, the consumption of premium cheeses broke down as: young cheeses - 69%, premium blue cheeses - 16% andpremium hard and soft cheeses - 15%. Experts predict by 2015, that imports of premium cheeses will be 80% of the market. InDecember 2011 negotiations were completed on the terms of Russias accession to the WTO. Undoubtedly, this fact will be one of themain factors influencing the development of the market of premium cheeses in the medium term. The report contains information onchanges of conditions for foreign suppliers of premium cheeses, implications for Russian producers and constructs assortedscenarios of market development, taking into account all factors. The report on the Russian premium cheese market contains:Analysis and forecast of market dynamics Structure of consumption by region Analysis of domestic production, the market share ofmajor players Analysis of exports and imports Analysis of factors affecting the development of the market Analysis of the status ofraw materials Analysis of the status of end-uses Assessment and forecast of market development Financial and economic profilesof leading companies in the industryMethodology:Expert interviews with top managers of the largest players Analysis of submissions from market participants An analysis ofstatistical information: Federal State Statistics Service (Rosstat) Federal Customs Service (FEA) Ministry of EconomicDevelopment The Federal Tax Service Industry associationsThe report will allow you to: Identify the key market indicators, to build their own forecasts of business on the basis of market Assess the growthpotential and threats in the marketKey figures presented in the report: Exports and imports Indicators of market Indicators of consumption The report on the Russian premium cheesemarket contain the consensus market forecast based on the averaged value of the forecasts of market participants. Market expertsare: manufacturers, importers, wholesale distribution link, consumers, professional associations and unions, and trade publications.The experts participating in the survey are given special conditions on the acquisition of reports. The report contains 168 pages, 106tables, 92 figures Table of ContentRussia: Premium Cheese Market. Analysis and Forecast to 2017 (From Slideshare) Page 1/8
  2. 2. Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market Statistics >> Get this Report Now by email!Content About IndexBox 1. Summary 2. Study Design 3. Classification and characterization of cheese 4. The market volume of premiumcheese 4.1. Consumption of cheese in the market premium and the share premium cheeses on the cheese market 4.2. Marketforecast of premium cheese and cheese market share by 2015 4.3. Consumption of cheese in the market premium segment(young, blue, hard and soft cheeses) 4.4. Forecast of consumption of cheese in the market premium segment (young, blue, hardand soft cheeses) until 2015 4.5. Structure of consumption of cheese in the market premium segment (young, blue, hard and softcheeses) 4.6. The structure of imports and domestic production in the market of premium cheeses 4.7. The structure of importsand domestic production of premium cheeses on the market before 2015 4.8. Dynamics of imports of premium cheeses segment(young, blue, hard and soft) 4.9. Forecast of premium imported cheeses segment (young, blue, hard and soft cheeses) until 20154.10. Capacity of the market premium cheeses segment (young, blue, hard and soft cheese) in 2005-2010 4.11. Capacity of themarket premium cheeses segment (young, blue, hard and soft cheese) in 2011-2015 5. Characteristics of imports of cheese into theRussian market 5.1. Volume, dynamics and structure of imports of cheese 5.2. Producing countries, leading suppliers of cheeseto Russia 5.3. Foreign manufacturers of cheese imported into the Russian Federation 5.4. Russian companies, recipients ofimported cheeses 5.5. Regions receiving cheese 6. Characteristics of imports of premium blue cheese on the Russian market6.1. Volume, dynamics and structure of imports of premium blue cheese 6.2. Producing countries, leading suppliers of premiumblue cheese to Russia 6.3. Foreign manufacturers of premium blue cheese and imported to Russia 6.4. Russian companies,recipients of imported blue cheese award 6.5. Regions of obtaining premium blue cheese 7. Characterization Young Awardcheese imports into the Russian market 7.1. Volume, dynamics and structure of imports of young premium cheeses 7.2.Producing countries, leading suppliers of premium young cheeses to Russia 7.3. Foreign manufacturers of premium youngcheeses, imported to Russia 7.4. Russian companies, recipients of imported cheeses Young Award 7.5. Regions of obtainingpremium young cheeses 8. Characteristics of imports of hard and soft cheeses premium to the Russian market 8.1. Volume,dynamics and structure of imports of hard and soft cheese award 8.2. Producing countries, leading suppliers of hard and softcheeses premium to the Russian Federation 8.3. Foreign manufacturers of hard and soft premium cheeses, imported to Russia8.4. Russian companies, recipients of imported hard and soft cheese award 8.5. Regions get hard and soft cheeses premium 9.Distribution of cheese 10. The retail market for premium cheeses 10.1. Characteristics of the retail market of premium cheeses10.2. The consumption of premium cheeses (young, blue, hard and soft) for retail distribution channels 10.3. Major groceryretailers in Russia 10.4. The consumption of premium cheeses in the major grocery retailers 10.5. Technology advancementcheese 10.6. The average wholesale price for premium cheeses in 2009-2010. 10.7. Segmentation of retail prices in the marketof premium cheeses 10.8. The average retail price for premium cheeses to Russia 10.9. Per capita consumption of dairyproducts and cheese, the share of expenditure in the structure of household expenditure 10.10. Per capita consumption of cheeseby the premium segment (young, blue, hard and soft) 10.11. Forecast per capita consumption of premium cheese in 2005-2015.10.12. The consumption of premium cheeses by region in 2010 10.13. Features of food consumption during the financial crisis 11.Shares of major players in the market of premium cheese 11.1. The main market players, young cheeses 11.2. The mainmarket players, blue cheese 11.3. The main market players, both hard and soft cheeses 12. Profiles of local producers of premiumcheese 12.1. Umalat 12.2. Russian farm 12.3. Mstinskoe milk 13. Profiles of the largest foreign producers of premiumcheese 13.1. Bayernland eG 13.1.1. Characterization of 13.1.2. Key figures 13.2. KsereiChampignon Hofmeister GmbH & Co. KG 13.2.1. Characterization of 13.2.2. The portfolio of brands 13.2.3. Key figures 13.3. Lactalis 13.3.1. Characterization of 13.3.2. The portfolio ofbrands 13.3.3. Key figures 13.4. Zott GmbH & Co 13.4.1. Characterization of 13.4.2.The portfolio of brands 13.4.3. Key figures 13.5. Open Country Cheese Company 13.5.1.Characterization of 13.5.2. Key figures 13.6. Molfino hnos S.A 13.6.1. Characterization of 13.6.2. The portfolio of brands 13.6.3. Key figures 13.7. Friesland Foods Cheese 13.7.1.Characterization of 13.7.2. The portfolio of brands 13.7.3. Key figures 13.8. BONGRAIN EXPORTOVERSEAS 13.8.1. Characterization of 13.8.2. The portfolio of brands 13.8.3. Keyfigures 13.9. Berglandmilch reg.Gen.m.b.H. 13.9.1. Characterization of 13.9.2. The portfolio ofbrands 13.9.3. Key figures 13.10. Alpenhain Ksespezialitten-Werk Gmbh & Co. Kg 13.10.1.Characterization of 13.11. Fude & Serrahn Milchprodukte GmbH & Co.KG 13.11.1. Characterization of 13.12.Nordmilch AG 13.12.1. Characterization of 13.12.2. Key figures 13.13. Arla FoodsRussia: Premium Cheese Market. Analysis and Forecast to 2017 (From Slideshare) Page 2/8
  3. 3. Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market Statistics >> Get this Report Now by email!13.13.1. Characterization of 13.13.2. The portfolio of brands 13.13.3. Key figures 14.Socio-demographic profile of consumers of premium cheese Appendix 1. Financial and economic indicators of the industry Appendix2. Profiles of the leading manufacturers JSC "Umalat" LLC "Mstinskoe milk" GC "Russian Farms" JSC "Dmitrovskie dairy farm"List of Tables Table 1. Consumption of cheese in the market premium and the share premium cheese in the cheese market in value terms in2005 -2010 years, Thousand tons Table 2. Consumption of cheese in the market premium and the share premium cheese in thecheese market in value terms in 2011 -2015 years , Thousand tons Table 3. Consumption of cheese in the market premium segmentin the years 2005 -2010, Thousand tons Table 4. Forecast of consumption of cheese in the market premium segment in the years2011 -2015 Table 5. The structure of consumption in the market segment of premium cheeses in the years 2005 -2010 Table 6. Thestructure of imports and domestic production in 2005-2010. in kind Table 7. The structure of imports and domestic production in2011-2015. in kind Table 8. Dynamics of imports of premium cheese segment in 2005-2010, Thousand tons Table 9. Dynamics ofimports of premium cheese segment in 2011-2015., Thousand tons Table 10. Capacity of the market premium cheeses for each in2005 - 2010 years, thousands of tons Table 11. Capacity of the market premium cheeses for each in 2011 - 2015 years, thousands oftons Table 12. Structure of imports by country of origin of cheese in 2010, thousand tons Table 13. Structure of imports of cheese inRussia by countries of origin in 2010, millions of U.S. dollars Table 14. Structure of imports by country of origin of cheese in theJanuary-September 2011, thousand tons Table 15. Structure of imports of cheese in the country of origin of the Russian Federation inJanuary-September 2011, USD million Table 16. Structure of imports of cheese for manufacturing companies in 2010, thousand tonsTable 17. Structure of imports of cheese in Russia by production companies in 2010, millions of U.S. dollars Table 18. Structure ofimports of cheese for manufacturing companies in January-September 2011, thousand tons Table 19. Structure of imports of cheesein Russia by production companies in January-September 2011, USD million Table 20. Structure of imports of cheese in Russia bycompany-recipients in 2010, thousand tons Table 21. Structure of imports of cheese in Russia in 2010 by company-addressees,millions of U.S. dollars Table 22. Structure of imports of cheese in Russia by the recipient companies in January-September 2011,thousand tons Table 23. Structure of imports of cheese in Russia in January-September 2011 on a company-addressees, millions ofU.S. dollars Table 24. The volume of imports of cheese in the RF regions in 2010, thousand tons Table 25. Structure of imports ofcheese in Russia in 2010 by company-addressees, millions of U.S. dollars Table 26. Structure of imports of cheese in the RF regionsin January-September 2011., Thousand tons Table 28. Structure of imports of premium blue cheese by country of origin in 2010,tonnes Table 29. Structure of imports of premium blue cheese in Russia by countries of origin in 2010, thousands of U.S. dollarsTable 30. Structure of imports of premium blue cheese by country of origin in January-September 2011, tonnes Table 31. Structure ofimports of premium blue cheese in the country of origin of the Russian Federation in January-September 2011, thousands of U.S.dollars Table 32. Structure of imports of premium blue cheese for manufacturing companies in 2010, tonnes Table 33. Structure ofimports of premium blue cheese in Russia by production companies in 2010, thousands of U.S. dollars Table 34. Structure of importsof premium blue cheese for manufacturing companies in January-September 2011, tonnes Table 35. Structure of imports of premiumblue cheese in Russia by production companies in January-September 2011, thousands of U.S. dollars Table 36. Structure of importsof premium blue cheese in Russia by company-recipients in 2010, tonnes Table 37. Structure of imports of premium blue cheese inRussia in 2010 by company-addressees, thousands of U.S. dollars Table 38. Structure of imports of premium blue cheese in Russiaby the recipient companies in January-September 2011, tonnes Table 39. Structure of imports of premium blue cheese in Russia inJanuary-September 2011 on a company-addressees, thousands of U.S. dollars Table 40. Structure of imports of premium bluecheese in the RF regions in 2010, tonnes Table 41. The structure of the recipient companies, thousands of U.S. dollars Table 42.Structure of imports of premium blue cheese in the RF regions in January-September 2011., T Table 43. Structure of imports ofpremium blue cheese in Russia in January-September of 2011 by regions receiving, thousands of U.S. dollars Table 44.Organizational Structure of imports of young premium cheeses by country of origin in 2010, tonnes Table 45. Structure of imports ofyoung premium cheeses in Russia by countries of origin in 2010, thousands of U.S. dollars Table 46. Structure of imports of youngpremium cheeses by country of origin in January-September 2011, tonnes Table 47. Structure of imports of young premium cheesesin Russia by countries of origin in January-September 2011, thousands of U.S. dollars Table 48. Structure of imports of youngpremium cheeses of manufacturing companies in 2010, tonnes Table 49. Structure of imports of young premium cheeses to Russiaby company-producers in 2010, thousands of U.S. dollars Table 50. Struktua imported cheeses Young Award by productionRussia: Premium Cheese Market. Analysis and Forecast to 2017 (From Slideshare) Page 3/8
  4. 4. Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market Statistics >> Get this Report Now by email!companies in January-September 2011, tonnes Table 51. Structure of imports of young premium cheeses to Russia by productioncompanies in January-September 2011, thousands of U.S. dollars Table 52. Structure of imports of young premium cheeses toRussia by company-recipients in 2010, tonnes Table 53. Structure of imports of young premium cheeses to Russia in 2010 bycompany-addressees, thousands of U.S. dollars Table 54. Structure of imports of young premium cheeses to Russia bycompany-addressees in January-September 2011, tonnes Table 55. Structure of imports of young premium cheeses to Russia inJanuary-September 2011 on a company-addressees, thousands of U.S. dollars Table 56. Structure of imports of young premiumcheeses in the RF regions in 2010, tonnes Table 57. Structure of imports of young premium cheeses to Russia in 2010 for the regionsreceiving, thousands of U.S. dollars Table 58. Structure of imports of young premium cheeses in the RF regions inJanuary-September 2011, T Table 59. Structure of imports of young premium cheeses to Russia in January-September 2011 byregion of receipt, thousands of U.S. dollars Table 60. Structure of imports of hard and soft cheeses premium on countries of origin in2010, tonnes Table 61. Structure of imports of hard and soft cheeses award in Russia by countries of origin in 2010, thousands ofU.S. dollars Table 62. Structure of imports of hard and soft cheeses premium by country of origin in January-September 2011, tonnesTable 63. Structure of imports of hard and soft cheeses award in Russia by countries of origin in January-September 2011, thousandsof U.S. dollars Table 64. Structure of imports of hard and soft cheeses award for manufacturing companies in 2010, tonnes Table 65.Structure of imports of hard and soft cheeses award in Russia by company-producers in 2010, thousands of U.S. dollars Table 66.Structure of imports of hard and soft cheeses award for manufacturing companies in January-September 2011, tonnes Table 67.Structure of imports of hard and soft cheeses award in Russia by production companies in January-September 2011, thousands ofU.S. dollars Table 68. Structure of imports of hard and soft cheeses award in Russia by company-recipients in 2010, tonnes Table 69.Structure of imports of hard and soft cheeses award in Russia in 2010 by company-addressees, thousands of U.S. dollars Table 70.Structure of imports of hard and soft cheeses in the award of the Russian Federation on the recipient companies inJanuary-September 2011, tonnes Table 71. Structure of imports of hard and soft cheeses award in Russia in January-September2011 on a company-addressees, thousands of U.S. dollars Table 72. The volume of imports of hard and soft cheeses in the award ofthe Russian Federation regions in 2010, tonnes Table 73. Structure of imports of hard and soft cheeses award in Russia in 2010 bycompany-addressees, thousands of U.S. dollars Table 74. The volume of imports of hard and soft cheeses in the award of theRussian Federation regions in January-September 2011, tonnes Table 75. Structure of imports of hard and soft cheeses award inRussia in January-September of 2011 by regions receiving, thousands of U.S. dollars Table 76. Major companies, distributors Table77. The consumption of premium cheeses on retail sales channels in real terms in 2009 Table 78. Leading retail chains in Russia2010 Table 79. Rating the effectiveness of the largest Russian grocery riteyllerov on the basis of the first half of 2011 Table 80.Consumption of cheese in prmialnyh major grocery retailers in value terms in 2010 Table 81. The average wholesale price forpremium cheeses to Russia in 2010 Table 82. Segmentation of retail prices in the market of premium cheeses in 2010 Table 83. Thedynamics of the average retail price in the market of premium cheeses in 2005-2011 years, Rub. per 1 kg Table 84. Consumption ofdairy products per capita in 2007-2009 Kg Table 85. The share of expenditure on dairy products in household expenditures in2007-2008.,% Table 86. Per capita consumption of cheese by the premium segment in 2005-2010, was a gram per person Table 87.Per capita consumption of cheese in the 2005-2010 award was a gram per person Table 88. Per capita consumption of cheese in the2011-2015 award was a gram per person Table 89. Shares of major players in the market of young cheeses in kind in 2010 Table 90.Shares of major players in the blue cheese in bulk in 2010 Table 91. Shares of major players in the market hard and soft cheeses invalue terms in 2010 Table 92. Key indicators of Bayerland Table 93. Key figures of the company Lactalis Table 94. Key figures ofOpen Country Cheese Company Table 95. Basic data of the company Saputo Inc. Table 96. Key figures of Saputo Inc. Table 97. Keyfigures of the company FrieslandCampina Table 98. Key figures of the company Bongrain S. A. Table 99. Data on the structure of thecompany Nordmilch Table 100. Key figures of the company Nordmilch Table 101. Key financial indicators of the company Arla FoodsTable 102. Key figures of the company Arla Foods Table 103. Proceeds (net) from sales of goods and services (net of value addedtax, excise and similar mandatory payments) for the production of cheese as of January 1 for regions of Russia, thousand rublesTable 104. Commercial and administrative expenses for the production of cheese VET regions of Russia as of January 1, th. Table105. Cost of products for cheese production as of January 1 poregionam RF rubles Table 106. Profit / loss (gross) from sales ofcheese production as of January 1, by region, thousand rubles List of Figures Figure 1. Dynamics of imports of cheese in Russiain January-December 2010, thousand tons Figure 2. Dynamics of imports of cheese in Russia in January-December 2010, USDmillion Figure 3. Dynamics of imports of cheese in Russia in January-September 2011, thousand tons Figure 4. Dynamics of importsof cheese in Russia in January-September 2011, USD million Figure 5. Structure of imports of cheese in Russia by countries of originRussia: Premium Cheese Market. Analysis and Forecast to 2017 (From Slideshare) Page 4/8
  5. 5. Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market Statistics >> Get this Report Now by email!in 2010 in real terms Figure 6. Structure of imports of cheese in Russia by countries of origin in 2010 in value terms Figure 7.Structure of imports of cheese in the country of origin of the Russian Federation in January-September 2011 in-kind Figure 8.Structure of imports of cheese in the country of origin of the Russian Federation in January-September 2011 in terms of value Figure9. Structure of imports of cheese in Russia by production companies in 2010 in real terms Figure 10. Structure of imports of cheese inRussia by production companies in 2010 in value terms Figure 11. Structure of imports of cheese in Russia by production companiesin January-September 2011 in-kind Figure 12. Structure of imports of cheese in Russia by production companies inJanuary-September 2011 in terms of value Figure 13. Structure of imports of cheese in Russia by company-recipients in 2010 realterms Figure 14. Structure of imports of cheese in Russia by company-recipients in 2010 in value terms Figure 15. Structure ofimports of cheese in Russia by the recipient companies in January-September 2011 in kind Figure 16. Structure of imports of cheesein Russia by the recipient companies in January-September 2011 in terms of value Figure 17. Structure of imports of cheese in theRF regions in 2010 real terms Figure 18. Structure of imports of cheese in Russia by company-recipients in 2010 in value termsFigure 19. Structure of imports of cheese in the RF regions in January-September 2011 in kind Figure 20. Structure of imports ofcheese in the RF regions in January-September 2011 in terms of value Figure 21. Dynamics of imports of premium blue cheese inRussia in January-December 2010, tonnes Figure 22. Dynamics of imports of premium blue cheese in Russia in January-December2010, thousands of U.S. dollars Figure 23. Dynamics of imports of premium blue cheese in Russia in January-September 2011,tonnes Figure 24. Dynamics of imports of premium blue cheese in Russia in January-September 2011, thousands of U.S. dollarsFigure 25. Structure of imports of premium blue cheese in Russia by countries of origin in 2010 in real terms Figure 26. Structure ofimports of premium blue cheese in Russia by countries of origin in 2010 in value terms Figure 27. Structure of imports of premiumblue cheese in the country of origin of the Russian Federation in January-September 2011 in-kind Figure 28. Structure of imports ofpremium blue cheese in the country of origin of the Russian Federation in January-September 2011 in terms of value Figure 29.Structure of imports of premium blue cheese in Russia by production companies in 2010 in real terms Figure 30. Structure of importsof premium blue cheese in Russia by production companies in 2010 in value terms Figure 31. Structure of imports of premium bluecheese in Russia by production companies in January-September 2011 in-kind Figure 32. Structure of imports of premium bluecheese in Russia by production companies in January-September 2011 in terms of value Figure 33. Structure of imports of premiumblue cheese in Russia by company-recipients in 2010 real terms Figure 34. Structure of imports of premium blue cheese in Russia bycompany-recipients in 2010 in value terms Figure 35. Structure of imports of premium blue cheese in Russia by the recipientcompanies in January-September 2011 in kind Figure 36. Structure of imports of premium blue cheese in Russia by the recipientcompanies in January-September 2011 in terms of value Figure 37. Structure of imports of premium blue cheese in the RF regions in2010 real terms Figure 38. Structure of imports of premium blue cheese in Russia by company-recipients in 2010 in value termsFigure 39. Structure of imports of premium blue cheese in the RF regions in January-September 2011 in kind Figure 40. Structure ofimports of premium blue cheese in the RF regions in January-September 2011 in terms of value Figure 41. Dynamics of imports ofyoung premium cheeses to Russia in January-December 2010, tonnes Figure 42. Dynamics of imports of young premium cheeses toRussia in January-December 2010, thousands of U.S. dollars Figure 43. Dynamics of imports of young premium cheeses to Russia inJanuary-September 2011, tonnes Figure 44. Dynamics of imports of young premium cheeses to Russia in January-September 2011,thousands of U.S. dollars Figure 45. Structure of imports of young premium cheeses in Russia by countries of origin in 2010 in realterms Figure 46. Structure of imports of young premium cheeses in Russia by countries of origin in 2010 in value terms Figure 47.Structure of imports of young premium cheeses in Russia by countries of origin in January-September 2011 in-kind Figure 48.Structure of imports of young premium cheeses in Russia by countries of origin in January-September 2011 in terms of value Figure49. Structure of imports of young premium cheeses to Russia by company-producers in 2010 in real terms Figure 50. Structure ofimports of young premium cheeses to Russia by company-producers in 2010 in value terms Figure 51. Structure of imports of youngpremium cheeses to Russia by production companies in January-September 2011 in-kind Figure 52. Structure of imports of youngpremium cheeses to Russia by production companies in January-September 2011 in terms of value Figure 53. Structure of imports ofyoung premium cheeses to Russia by company-recipients in 2010 real terms Figure 54. Structure of imports of young premiumcheeses to Russia by company-recipients in 2010 in value terms Figure 55. Structure of imports of young premium cheeses to Russiaby company-addressees in January-September 2011 in kind Figure 56. Structure of imports of young premium cheeses to Russia bycompany-addressees in January-September 2011 in terms of value Figure 57. Structure of imports of young premium cheeses in theRF regions in 2010 real terms Figure 58. Structure of imports of young premium cheeses in the RF regions in 2010 in value termsFigure 59. Structure of imports of young premium cheeses in the RF regions in January-September 2011 in kind Figure 60. StructureRussia: Premium Cheese Market. Analysis and Forecast to 2017 (From Slideshare) Page 5/8
  6. 6. Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market Statistics >> Get this Report Now by email!of imports of young premium cheeses in the RF regions in January-September 2011 in terms of value Figure 61. Dynamics of importsof hard and soft cheeses award in Russia in January-December 2010, tonnes Figure 62. Dynamics of imports of hard and softcheeses award in Russia in January-December 2010, thousands of U.S. dollars Figure 63. Dynamics of imports of hard and softcheeses award in Russia in January-September 2011, tonnes Figure 64. Dynamics of imports of hard and soft cheeses award inRussia in January-September 2011, thousands of U.S. dollars Figure 65. Structure of imports of hard and soft cheeses award inRussia by countries of origin in 2010 in real terms Figure 66. Structure of imports of hard and soft cheeses award in Russia bycountries of origin in 2010 in value terms Figure 67. Structure of imports of hard and soft cheeses award in Russia by countries oforigin in January-SeRussia: Premium Cheese Market. Analysis and Forecast to 2017 (From Slideshare) Page 6/8
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