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Oils Fats in Israel

  • ID: 63495
  • Report
  • January 2004
  • Region: Israel
  • Euromonitor International
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In 2003 Israeli consumption of oils and fats was expected to reach 80,176 tonnes, up by 3.3% on 2002, while value sales will grow by 5.4% to NIS771.4 million. Growth over the review period derived chiefly from consumers switching within the sector from staple products, such as vegetable and seed oil and margarine, to healthier alternatives like olive oil and spreadable oils and fats. This trend in consumer usage was driven largely by increased awareness of the health risks associated with overconsumption of saturated fats, including the dangers of high cholesterol and hypertension. With in-depth analysis of the latest trends in the oils and fats market, this report is part of a series of 52 individual country reports providing essential strategic data. Use these studies to assess the impact of new products; anticipate new retailing trends and measure brand and market shares.
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