Only one-third of Ukranian women prefer to feed their child specialty or prepared or packaged food, report says

DUBLIN , January 16, 2012 (press release) – Research and Markets(http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/66e295/ukraine_baby_food) has announced the addition of the "Ukraine Baby Food & Paediatric Nutrition Market: Analysis & Forecast (2007 - 2017)" report to their offering.

The adoption baby food products in Ukraine is at the lower levels as only 1/3rd of the women prefer to feed their child specialty or prepared or packaged baby food. This is primarily due to lack of awareness and confidence about packaged baby food products among the Ukrainian parents. However, fast paced life and improving income levels has influenced the preferences of most of the parents in recent times and have started adopting to milk formula products for their babies. This translated into a strong 19.43% growth rate of the Ukraine baby food & paediatric nutrition market during 2007 - 2011 and the market reached USD 207.7 million in 2011.

This report provides a holistic view to the overall Ukraine Baby Food and Paediatric Nutrition market with over view of Eastern Europe Market and 11 year market data & forecast based on following segmentation:

By Product

* Bottled baby food
* Baby cereals
* Baby snacks
* Baby soups
* Canned & Frozen baby foods

By Type

* Dried Baby Food
* Milk Formula
* Prepared Baby Food
* Other Baby Food

Key Topics Covered:

Chapter 1 Introduction

* Objectives & Coverage
* Report Description
* Scope And Definitions
* Segmentation & Analysis
* Stakeholders
* Data Sources, Methodology & Forecasting

Chapter 2 Eastern Europe Baby Food & Pediatric Nutrition Market

* Overview
* Demographic Trends
* Drivers
* Inhibitors
* Opportunities
* Market Size & Growth
* Market Trend
* Future Prospect
* Market Forecast
* Competitive Landscape

Chapter 3 Ukraine Baby Food & Pediatric Nutrition Market

* Market Size & Growth
* Market Trend
* Future Prospect
* Market Forecast
* Competitive Landscape

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