Alimentos ProcesadosJul. 18, 2018
Bulgaria: Conozca el potencial de ventas para diversos alimentos en este mercado
Products in the market with best sales potential
Distilled Spirits–stable market with a large assortment of brands.
Nuts/Tree Nuts and Dried Fruits–strong demand for almonds, pistachio, and peanuts. Demand for cashew, pecan, and walnuts is growing too.
Wine–the market enjoys steady growth along with increased diversity and quality. The high-end imported wine segment showed the most dynamic and strong market presence.
Snacks and Cereal-U.S. companies face stiff competition from EU producers. Popcorn comprises the bulk of U.S. snack food imports.Local consumers perceive U.S. products as being of high quality and competitive prices. U.S. microwave popcorn, breakfast cereals, and some types of confectionery products are the most popular.
Beef-U.S. prime beef is increasing popular at high-end restaurants and is expanding its market presence due to the growth of the food-service sector.
Fish and Seafood-Bulgaria is a net importer of fish and seafood, chiefly frozen fish (hake, mackerel, salmon, squid, pollock) and also lobsters and other higher-end shellfish.
Pulses (Dried Beans and Lentils)-Bulgaria’s pulse market is well developed with favorable demand and high per capita consumption. Prospects are very good due to increasing product diversification on the market and developing of consumer taste towards more higher-value pulses and new products.
Products in the market that have good sales potential -fruit juices and soft drinks (including flavored spring waters; fresh fruits including grapefruits and exotic fruits; ethnic products; soups; ready-to-eat meals; ethnic/regional sides or meals; salad dressings; tomato sauces; spices; specialty beer; chocolate; frozen desserts (such as cakes and ice creams).
Products not present in significant quantities, which have good sales potential -ingredients for the natural and healthy foods industry; dairy products (whey, milk powder).
Products not present because they face significant boundaries -food additives not approved by the European Commission; red meat & meat products with hormones; most poultry andeggs; biotech derived products.