Brazil's chilled processed food packaging market to grow at CAGR of 8% from 2011-2016, reach 814 million units, with flexible packaging making up 88% of market, report says

DUBLIN , August 30, 2012 (press release) – Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Chilled Processed Food Packaging in Brazil" report to their offering.

In 2011 the overall packaging for chilled processed food packaging in Brazil grew by 7% and it is expected to post a CAGR of 8% between 2011 and 2016 reaching 814 million units. Flexible packing remains the predominant primary packaging type in chilled processed food packaging with an 88% volume share.

Euromonitor International's Chilled Processed Food Packaging in Brazil report offers insight into key trends and developments driving packaging across the category. The report also examines trends and prospect for various pack types and closures: metal packaging, rigid plastic, glass, liquid cartons, paper-based containers; flexible packaging.

Companies Mentioned:

Amcor Do Brasil

Brasilata SA Embalagens Metálicas

Companhia Metalúrgica Prada

Dixie Toga SA

Engepack Embalagens SA

Owens-illinois Do Brasil Indústria E Comércio SA

Rexam Beverage Can South America SA

Rigesa, Celulose, Papel E Embalagens Ltda

Sig Combibloc Ltda

Tetra Pak Ltda

Key Topics Include:

Packaging Industry Invests in Brazil To Meet Consumer Demand

Focus on Brazil's North and Northeast Regions

Lighter, Thinner and Environment Friendly Packaging

National Policy on Solid Waste

Food Security

Key Trends and Developments

Packaging Industry Invests in Brazil To Meet Consumers Demand

Focus on Northern and North-eastern Regions

Lighter and Thinner Environmentally Friendly Packaging

Sustainable Consumption: National Policy on Solid Waste

Increased Demand for Aluminium Beverages

Packaging Legislation

National Policy on Solid Waste (política Nacional De Resíduos Sólidos - Pnrs)

Braille on Medications Packaging

Plastic Bags Prohibited in Supermarkets and Malls

Sustainability, Recycling, Green Issues and the Environment

Brazil Has High Potential for Recycling Expansion

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