South America Soup Market - Forecast(2024 - 2030)

Report Code: FBR 0415 Report Format: PDF + Excel
South America Soup market has undergone various developments and is projected to continue its growth and expansion through 2020. The busy lifestyles, rising health awareness and demand to ready meals are driving the growth of the soup market in South America  The report focuses on the study of South American Soup Market for the forecast period (2015-2020). It provides a detailed study of the market dynamics and competitive landscape.

Countries such as Argentina, Colombia and Peru witness a sluggish growth in soup market as consumers prefer traditional home-made soups over packaged soups. Additionally, with low awareness on instant soups in other South American Countries consumers are opting for instant noodles as an alternative. Realizing the fact, manufacturers in the region are constantly involved in promotional campaigns to create awareness about the availability of healthy packaged soups.

The soup market in South America has been segmented by type and by application. Broad categories of soup market in the region includes Dehydrate soup, Frozen Soup, Canned/Preserved Soup, Instant Soup, Chilled Soup, UHT Soup and others. The soup market in region also involves a wider distribution network such as grocery retailers, online retailers, supermarkets/hypermarkets, direct selling and others. The report presents detailed analysis of the soup consumption pattern in various regional countries such as Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Peru and rest.

Sample Companies profiled in this Report are:
  • Unilever
  • Nestle SA
  • Campbell co.
  • 10+.
1. South America Soup Market: Macroeconomic Snapshot
2. South America Soup Market: Market Overview
   2.1. Scope of the Study
   2.2. Definitions
3. Executive Summary
4. South America Soup Market: Market Landscape
   4.1. Market Share Analysis
      4.1.1. Argentina
   In 2014,Unilever dominated the soup retail sales with over 80% value share
      4.1.2. Brazil
   Nestle remains a market leader with one third of the total share for soup market owing mainly to exotic flavors and attractive campaigns
      4.1.3. Chile
   Brand recognition and robust distribution network makes Nestle a dominant player with over 70% of the total market share
      4.1.4. Colombia
      4.1.5. Nestle and Quala SA; key players in dehydrated soup segmentPeru
   Pricing and distribution strategies make Nestle a leading performer
      4.1.6. Rest of South America
   4.2. Competitive Developments
   4.3. Consumer Insights
5. South America Soup Market: By Type
   5.1. Dehydrated Soup
   5.2. Frozen Soup
   5.3. Instant Soup
      5.3.1. Consumer preference for instant noodles has superseded the soup category in few Latin countries such as Chile
   5.4. Chilled Soup
   5.5. Canned/Preserved Soup
   5.6. UHT Soup
   5.7. Others
6. South America Soup Market: By Distribution Channel
   6.1. Retailers
      6.1.1. Supermarkets/Hypermarkets
      6.1.2. Discounters
      6.1.3. Convenience Stores
      6.1.4. Others
   6.2. Direct Selling
   6.3. Online Retailers
   6.4. Others
7. South America Soup Market: By Country
   7.1. Argentina
      7.1.1. Key Trends:
   Soup sales negatively affected due to weakening of. economy in past few years
   Shifting trends towards home-made soups as an economical substitute
   7.2. Brazil
      7.2.1. Key Trend:
   7.3. Chile
   7.4. Colombia.  
   7.5. Peru
      7.5.1. Cultural preference for home-made soups impacting retail sales
   7.6. Rest of South America
8. South America Soup Market: By Companies
   8.1. Campbell Co.
   8.2. Nestle SA
   8.3. Unilever
   8.4. Luis G Bonomi & Cia
   8.5. Molinos Rio de la Plata SA
   8.6. Empresas Carozzi SA
   8.7. Cia Brasileira de Distribuicao
   8.8. Alfonzo Rivas &Cia CA
   8.9. Quala SA
   8.10. Industrias Iberia CA
*More than 10 Companies are profiled in this Research Report*
"*Financials would be provided on a best efforts basis for private companies"
9. Appendix
   9.1. Abbreviations
   9.2. Sources
   9.3. Research Methodology
   9.4. Bibliography
   9.5. Disclaimer