Food Industry Report

Publication date: December 2016

Falke Food Industry Report

Full Food Report: US$ 995
The Brazilian food sector has reached an estimated revenue of over US$ 187 billion in 2016, growing at a high CAGR of 13.6% in Reais since 2007 and representing 10.5% of the national GDP. The industry employs 1.6 million people in Brazil and the meat segment represents 28% of sales. Food exports have decreased but the trade balance remains highly positive but no longer above the trade balance of Brazil from 2016: US$ 31 billion vs. US$ US$ 47 billion, respectively. Many of top players are part of international conglomerates and most food segments have shown positive EBITDA in 2015. In the global scenario, the food industry has grown at an average annual rate of merely 4.5% since 2008.

This report discusses the subject market, geographic footprint, main products and players’ performance and the global food industry.

Food Business Report Sections

1. Overview of the Brazilian food industry: US$ 300
- Brief history of the food industry in Brazil
- Food turnover evolution and share on national GDP in Brazil (2007-2016)
- Concentration and ownership diagram of the main food conglomerates in the world
- Employment and productivity evolution in the Brazilian food industry (2008-2016)
- Sales breakdown per product category and companies’ geographic breakdown (2007 vs. 2013 vs. 2015)
- Registered food companies and headcount breakdown per geographic region (2015)
- Food exports and trade balance evolution in Brazil (2007-2016)
- Inflation indices and accumulated price evolution per product category in Brazil (2006-2016)

2. Main food market players in Brazil: US$ 250
- Main financial figures of the top 12 food companies in Brazil (2015)
- Revenue breakdown and profitability indicator per product for the top 100 food companies in Brazil (2015)
- Capital structure and return indices for the top 10 food companies in Brazil (2015)
- ROE vs. Ebitda bubble chart according to revenue for the top 100 food companies in Brazil (2015)

3. Main market segments and related sectors in Brazil: US$ 300
- Geographic breakdown of the top 70 food companies in Brazil (2015)
- Headcount, revenue and Ebitda per employee according to geographic regions in Brazil (2015)
- Share on retail and use of specialised stores in Brazil
- Production breakdown, domestic consumption and exports for chocolates & confectionery (2008-2016)
- Sales ranking, stores and headcount for the main fast-food companies in Brazil (2014)
- Overview of the food service segment in Brazil (2008-2016)
- Share on food expenses and average ticket per income class in Brazil (2008-2015)

4. Food customer profile and behaviour in Brazil: US$ 175
- Customer profile according to 4 main trends in Brazil
- Customer breakdown according to 4 trends and products that attract the greatest interest (2015)
- Food customer behaviour according to buying decision and brand relevance
- Main tendencies for the food industry evolution in Brazil

5. The global food sector and main trends & expectations for Brazil: US$ 275
- Food turnover evolution and breakdown per food category according to world regions (2008-2017)
- Ranking of top 15 food groups in the world (2015)
- Opportunities matrix for the food industry and agribusiness in the world
- Growth expectations within the Abras Maior programme scenario (2012-2014)
- Impact of the Abras Maior programme for the food industry in Brazil
- Soy: main opportunities and threats in the Brazilian market (2014/15 vs. 2024/25)
- Beef: increase in productivity is imperative - productivity per state (2004 vs. 2014 vs. potential)
- Perspectives for the poultry and pork segments in Brazil - consumption & exports (2008-2016)