Danish volume sales of dairy products increased at a CAGR of just 0.9% from 1998-2002

(PRWEB) December 3, 2003

This report is a detailed analysis of dairy markets in Denmark. Covering six categories, it includes data on value, volume, distribution, market share, expenditure and consumption plus full five-year market forecasts.


Contains information on six key categories – cheese, chilled snacks & desserts, cream, fromage frais & quark, milk, and yogurt.

The comprehensive data set includes market values, volumes, segmentations and forecasts.

All data is for 2002 and full five-year forecasts are provided.

Report Highlights

Danish volume sales of dairy products increased at a CAGR of just 0.9% from 1998-2002; liquid milk sales grew at a CAGR of 1.5% in the same period. In 2002, the overall market was worth DKr12.8 billion (US$ 1.6 billion).

The Danish market is dominated by the domestic food giant Arla, the largest dairy producer in Europe, which accounted for almost two-thirds of all sales in 2002.

This report is designed to:

Discover the major quantitative trends affecting dairy markets.

Understand consumers’ consumption and expenditure patterns.

Understand the future direction of the market with reliable historical data and full five year forecasting.

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