the pasta market
France

MARKET SUMMARY

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The pasta market is structured around the manufacture and marketing of dry and fresh pasta

Pasta is one of the basic elements of the French diet, with massive consumption (95% household penetration rate) and large quantities (annual consumption of 8kg/inhabitant). The pasta market is a mature market. Its growth potential is limited

It is also a very concentrated market in France. A few major, diversified operators (Ebro Foods, Galapagos) or specialists in the sector (Pastacorp, Saint John) account for more than 90% of the supply[Greffe des tribunaux de commerce, 2015]. The remaining part of the production is dispersed among small, highly fragmented artisanal manufacturers

The main outlets are, in order of importance, the general public, restaurateurs and ready meals manufacturers

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