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The delicatessen market - France

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MARKET OVERVIEW

1.1 Presentation and definition of the delicatessen market

The delicatessen market in France refers to shops offering a wide variety of food products, such as luxury food products (caviar, salmon, etc.), regional specialties (charcuterie, etc.), and all the rare products resulting from a recognized know-how: dry groceries (condiments, spices, etc.), exotic fresh fruits, precious wines and spirits, high-end pastries, coffees, teas, etc.), and all the rare products resulting from a recognized know-how: dry grocery (condiments, spices, etc.), exotic fresh fruits, precious wines and alcohols, high-end pastry, coffees, teas, sweets (honey, cookies, chocolates, etc.). However, professionals make the difference between local products and luxury food products.

A delicatessen product is therefore a food product of exceptional, even very exceptional quality. Delicatessen products are always bearers of history or meaning and are representative of an art of living.

With the exception of the Covid 19 crisis, the delicatessen market is growing rapidly, guided by consumers who are increasingly concerned about consuming quality, organic or labelled products. Although Europe and North America lead the global market, the compound annual growth rate for China and India is estimated at 5.8% until 2025.

Distribution channels are varied. Traditionally, these products have been sold in physical outlets associated with largetraditionally, these products were sold in physical outlets associated with the big names in luxury goods, in major cities. But in recent years, the historical grocers have seen the emergence of a more accessible offer (supermarkets and high-end single-product stores), as well as the multiplication of small independent entities cultivating the terroir and the rise of e-tailers.

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The delicatessen market - France

Publicado en 17/08/2022 by Pierre Edme Guillery - Uzège Transactions et Développement

Lots of information and numbers found elsewhere, not enough (or any) analysis. But hey, your competitors charge 20 times more for a little analysis. So...

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