(Entertainment-NewsWire.com, November 08, 2017 ) Original Content: The Singaporean baby food market is small in terms of total size, but highly developed in terms of per capita consumption. The fluctuations in the number of births have a clear effect on sales. In value terms, almost 90% of the market consists of baby milks, with the bulk of the remainder split between baby meals/drinks and baby cereals in 2015. In volume terms, milk accounts for 76.9%, wet meals and drinks for 12.8%, cereals for 9.5% and finger foods remain marginal in 2015. Prospects for the market depend to a large extent on the number of births. Based on a slow but consistent increase in the number of births, Publisher forecasts that in volume terms the market will grow by 6.5% between 2015 and 2021.
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