Delhi, India (PressExposure) May 30, 2009 -- Meat processing has emerged as the most integral segment of the food processing industry of Poland. Meat and meat products have continued to account for more than 20% of the overall revenue of the food processing industry. According to our latest research report âProcessed Food Market in Poland Outlook 2012", total sale of meat and meat products was estimated to be around US$ 14.5 Billion in 2008 as compared to US$ 9.69 Billion in 2006. Sales of processed meat has mainly been driven by increasing number of companies in this segment and rising consumer preference for processed meat products over other processed food.
In 2008, more than 5500 companies were involved in meat processing business which was highest in comparison of any other segment of the food processing industry. We also found that besides the presence of large number of companies, the changing production pattern across the meat processing industry was also responsible for the growth of meat processing business in Poland. In 2008, pork production declined by 10%, and poultry production grew by 6% as consumer preference for poultry product grew as compared to pork products. It is expected that in 2009, pork production will record a further decline of 3-5%. The ongoing swine flu will also turn down the demand for pork products that are expected to see a drastic decline in the first half of 2009.
Moreover, by 2012 meat and meat products will account for around 20% of the total sales of processed food industry, followed by beverages at around 17%. The increasing consumption of meat will result in higher sales value of processed meat products, but its share in overall food processing industry will decline by close to 1 percentage point by 2012. The changing market dynamics coupled with positive consumer outlook will drive the sales of meat and meat products beyond US$ 20 Billion by 2011.
âProcessed Food Market in Poland Outlook 2012 " is an extensive research and in-depth analysis on the food processing industry of Poland. It will help clients to analyze the market trends critical to success of the food processing industry in Poland. The report gives an overview on the direction in which the market is likely to move in coming times. Projections made in the report are based on a correlation between past market growth and growth of base drivers.
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