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Spain Food and Drink Report Q3 2012

  • Published: June 2012
  • Region: Spain
  • 123 pages
  • Business Monitor International

The Spain Food and Drink Report provides industry professionals and strategists, corporate analysts, food and drink associations, government departments and regulatory bodies with independent forecasts and competitive intelligence on Spain's food and drink industry.

Spain's domestic economy continues to be crippled by the government's fiscal austerity drive, with unemployment continuing to head higher, and house prices still tumbling. At the same time, Spain's ability to export its way out of recession has disappeared with the rest of the eurozone caught up in a pronounced slowdown. We continue to target a 2.1% contraction in real GDP this year, and we now expect Spain's economic contraction to continue into 2013, where we forecast a further contraction of - 0.2%.

Headline Industry Data
- 2012 per capita food consumption = +0.4%; forecast to 2016 = +7.8%
- 2012 alcoholic drink sales = +0.6%; forecast to 2016 = +7.2%
- 2012 soft drink sales = +0.5% ; forecast to 2016 = +10.7%
- 2012 mass grocery retail sales = +0.7%; forecast to 2016 = +10.7% Key Company Trends & Developments Ebro Focuses on Geographic Expansion and M&A – In spring 2012, the CEO READ MORE >

BMI Industry View 7

SWOT Analysis 9

Spain Food Industry SWOT 9

Spain Drink Industry SWOT 10

Spain Mass Grocery Retail Industry SWOT 11

Business Environment 12

BMI’s Core Global Industry Views 12
Table: BMI’s Core Views 22

Western Europe Risk/Reward Ratings 23
Table: Western Europe Food & Drink Risk/Reward Ratings Subcategories, Q312 (scores out of 10) 23
Table: Western Europe Food & Drink Risk/Reward Ratings, Q312 26

Spain’s Food & Drink Risk/Reward Ratings 27

Macroeconomic Outlook 29
Table: Spain – Economic Activity 32

Industry Forecast Scenario 33

Consumer Outlook 33

Food 36

Food Consumption 36
Table: Spain Food Consumption Indicators – Historical Data & Forecasts 36

Canned Food/Prepared Food 37
Table: Canned Food Value/Volume Sales – Historical Data & Forecasts 37

Confectionery 37
Table: Confectionery Value/Volume Sales – Historical Data & Forecasts 38

Drink 39

Hot Drinks 39
Table: Coffee Value Sales – Historical Data & Forecasts 39

Soft Drinks 39
Table: Soft Drink Sales – Historical Data & Forecasts 40

Alcoholic Drinks 41
Table: Alcoholic Drink Value/Volume Sales – Historical Data & Forecasts 41

Mass Grocery Retail 42
Table: Mass Grocery Retail Market – Sales by Format (US$bn) – Historical Data & Forecasts 43
Table: Grocery Retail Sales By Format (%) 43

Trade 44
Table: Food & Drink Trade Balance – Historical Data & Forecasts 45

Food 46

Key Industry Trends And Developments 46

Ebro to Grow Via Geographic Expansion and M&A 46

Weak Spanish Market Pushes International Growth 46

Stevia’s EU Approval Will Spur Product Development 48

Agro-Food Fund Established in Spain 49

Nueva Rumasa Restructuring Continues 49

Ebro Sees Revenue Increase But Earnings Seeing Impact of Rising Costs 50

SOS Posts First Profit In Three Years 52

Smithfield No Longer Looking To Raise Stake In Campofrio 53

Mixed Signs For Investment In Sector 54

Private Labels Gaining Market Share 56

Market Overview 57

Prepared Food 57
Table: Frozen Vegetables 59
Table: Snack Foods 60
Table: Pasta 63

Organic 65

Meat And Fish 65
Table: Meat 66
Table: Fish 67

Eggs And Dairy 69
Table: Oils And Fats 69
Table: Dairy 74

Drink 78

Key Industry Trends And Developments 78

Henkell Positions for Sparkling Growth with Cava Acquisition 78

Mahou San Miguel Moves into India 79

Heineken to Cut Further in Europe/Spain Stagnant 79

Spirits Hit by New Taxes 80

Wine Exports Exposed To Currency Fluctuations 80

Mahou-San Miguel Extends Beverage Portfolio 81

Market Overview 82

Soft Drinks 82

Alcoholic Drinks 82

Mass Grocery Retail 84

Key Industry Trends And Developments 84

Metro Reorganises Iberian Cash & Carry Operations 84

Eroski Focuses on Franchising 84

Lithuanian Maxima Moves into Spain 85

Eroski Posts Loss for Third Consecutive Year 85

Dia’s First Results As Independent Operator Hint At Opportunities Ahead 86

Retailers Continue To Invest 88

Market Overview 88
Table: Structure Of Spain’s Mass Grocery Retail Market By Estimated Number Of Outlets 90
Table: Structure Of Spain’s Mass Grocery Retail Market By Value (US$mn) 91
Table: Structure Of Spain’s Mass Grocery Retail Market By Value (EURmn) 91
Table: Annual Average Sales Per Outlet By Format – 2009 91
Table: Grocery Retail Sales By Format – Historical Data And Forecasts 92

Competitive Landscape 93
Table: Key Players in Spain's Food Sector 93
Table: Key Players in Spain's Drink Sector 94
Table: Key Players in Spain's Mass Grocery Retail Sector 94
Table: Key Players in Spain's Drink Sector 96

Company Monitor 97

Food 97

Grupo Ebro Puleva 97

Grupo Leche Pascual Alimentación 100

Campofrio Alimentación SA 102

Deoleo (SOS Corporación Alimentaria) 104

Drink 106

Heineken España SA 106

Mass Grocery Retail 108

Auchan 108

Centros Comerciales Carrefour 109

Eroski Group (Including Caprabo) 111

Mercadona 113

BMI Methodology 115

Food & Drink Business Environment Ratings 115

Ratings Methodology 115

Ratings System 115

Indicators 115
Table: Limits Of Potential Returns 116
Table: Risks To Realisation Of Potential Returns 117

Weighting 118
Table: Weighting 118

BMI Food & Drink Industry Glossary 119

Food & Drink 119

Mass Grocery Retail 119

BMI Food & Drink Forecasting And Sources 121

How We Generate Our Industry Forecasts 121

Sources 122

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