|- The Ice Cream market in New Zealand is forecast to grow at a CAGR of 3.1% in US$ terms during 2015-2020|
- The 'Take-Home and Bulk Ice Cream' category accounts for the highest Off-trade & On-trade volume consumption in New Zealand
- On-trade sales account for the majority distribution share across all the categories in New Zealand's Ice Cream market
- Tip Top is the leading brand in the 'Take-Home and Bulk Ice Cream' category in New Zealand
- Prize Off is the most commonly used closure type in New Zealand's Ice Cream market
|A large base of young population and low inflation rate is driving the Ice Cream market in New Zealand. The market is led by the 'Take-Home and Bulk Ice Cream' category in both Off-trade and On-trade volume consumption.On-trade sales account for the highest distribution share of Ice Cream in the country. Fonterra Co-Operative Group Limited and Unilever Plc are the leading players in New Zealand's Ice Cream market.|
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|Date Published: 2016-12-31|
Report: Consumer and Market Insights: Ice Cream in New Zealand
- Report Scope
- Macroeconomic indicators - GDP Per Capita, Population, Consumer Price Index and Age Profile
- Retail and foodservice analysis - Key Takeaways
- Value and volume analysis for New Zealand's Ice Cream market
- Impact of exchange rate fluctuations on New Zealand's Ice Cream market
- Volume analysis by category (On-trade and Off-trade analysis)
- Market value and growth rates, by category (On-trade and Off-trade analysis)
- Historic and forecast value analysis by category
- Winners and losers by categories with change in market share
- Segment share (Off-trade / On-trade) in a category (value terms) and change in market share
- Average category level pricing
Retail Landscape and Key Distribution Channels
- Leading retailers in New Zealand's Food market
- Leading distribution channels (value terms) in New Zealand's Ice Cream market
- Leading distribution channels (value terms) by category
- Market share of leading brands (in value) by category
- Ice Cream market by type of packaging material/container (in volume terms)
- Ice Cream market by type of packaging closure/outer (in volume terms)
- Ice Cream market by type of packaging, forecast (in volume terms)
- Country context
- Category value and volume data
- Sector Overview
- Segment data
- Packaging data
- Category definitions
- Segment definitions
- Channel definitions
List of Tables
|Table 1: Country Indicators - overall food value and volume, 2015|
Table 2: Market value analysis in US$, 2010-2020
Table 3: Market volume growth analysis, 2010-2020
Table 4: Exchange rate fluctuations: US$ to NZD
Table 5: Market volume growth, by category, 2015-2020
Table 6: Market volume growth, by category (Off-trade), 2015-2020
Table 7: Market volume growth, by category (On-trade), 2015-2020
Table 8: Segment level analysis by category, 2015
Table 9: Average prices (NZD and US$) by category, 2015
Table 10: Leading retailers
Table 11: Leading brands by category, 2015
List of Figures
|Figure 1: Macro economic analysis: GDP per capita, Population, CPI (2010-2015), Age Profile (2015)|
Figure 2: Foodservice transactions by sectors, profit and cost, 2015
Figure 3: Market volume analysis, 2010-2020
Figure 4: Market volume share analysis by category, 2015
Figure 5: Market value growth analysis by category (Off-trade), 2010-2020
Figure 6: Market value growth analysis by category (On-trade), 2010-2020
Figure 7: Historic and forecast value analysis by category, 2010-2020
Figure 8: Change in market share by category, 2015-2020
Figure 9: Leading distribution channels, overall Food, 2011-2014
Figure 10: Leading distribution channels, overall Ice Cream market, 2015
Figure 11: Leading distribution channels by category, 2015
Figure 12: Brand share analysis by category (by value), 2015
Figure 13: Packaging analysis - key packaging material, container, closure and outer type, 2015
Figure 14: Growth in key packaging material, container, closure and outer type, 2015-2020
Consumer and Market Insights report on the Ice Cream market in New Zealand provides insights on high growth categories to target, trends in the usage of packaging materials, types and closures category level distribution data and brands market shares.
|Language Code: EN|
|Region: New Zealand|
|Report Type: Market Report|
|Industry: Food, Drink and Tobacco|
Fonterra Co-Operative Group Limited Unilever Plc Emma Jane The Ice Bar Co Mondelez International IncBulla Dairy Foods Cool West Foods Wildberry Manufacturer Brent & Tobys Deep South Ice Cream Company Emerald Foods Kiwi Ice Cream Co Ltd Much Moore Progressive Enterprises Limited Rush Munro`s Talleys Group Limited Wells Enterprises Inc.
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Food processing, textiles, machinery and transportation equipment, finance, tourism and mining are some of the key industries in New Zealand.
According to a recent report by Timetric New Zealand's economy is expected to grow by 2.7% in FY2014, led by strong domestic demand and an anticipated recovery in the growth of New Zealand's key trading partners. Rebuilding work, following the Christchurch earthquake will continue to support investment in the early part of the forecast period, but will slowdown from 2015 onwards. Healthy growth in domestic investment and consumption, as well as improvement in exports will support overall economic growth.
New Zealand is expecting growth of 3% in 2013 with potential growth of 4% in 2014 and beyond.
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