France market – Cerib http://cerib.org/ Mon, 15 Nov 2021 14:33:25 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8 https://cerib.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/profile-120x120.png France market – Cerib http://cerib.org/ 32 32 The chocolate confectionery market in France is thriving around the world with a surprising transition https://cerib.org/the-chocolate-confectionery-market-in-france-is-thriving-around-the-world-with-a-surprising-transition/ Sat, 13 Nov 2021 04:18:33 +0000 https://cerib.org/the-chocolate-confectionery-market-in-france-is-thriving-around-the-world-with-a-surprising-transition/ Global Chocolate confectionery on the French market 2021 Qualitative and quantitative research describes each industry at the macro level by type, application, technology, form and updates so far. This industrial research covers all the key factors contributing to the improvement of the global industry. This report will further assist industry players, stakeholders and third parties […]]]>

Global Chocolate confectionery on the French market 2021 Qualitative and quantitative research describes each industry at the macro level by type, application, technology, form and updates so far. This industrial research covers all the key factors contributing to the improvement of the global industry. This report will further assist industry players, stakeholders and third parties in strategic planning for the coming years. It provides detailed production information by revenue, volume, price, company overview and product specifications.

The most reliable information because it consists of specific research methodologies that focus on primary and secondary sources. Reports are prepared based on key sources, including interviews with executives and company officials, and by accessing official company documents, websites and press releases. Reports are widely recognized for their accuracy and factual numbers, consisting of concise graphical representations, tables and figures that give a clear picture of market performance and product development over the past period. several years.

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The highest Leading manufacturer Covered in this report:

Ferrero Group, Nestlé, Mars Inc., Mondelez International Inc., Chocoladefabriken Lindt & Sprüngli AG Seestrasse, Incorporated, The Hershey Company, Haribo GmbH & Co. KG, Ezaki Glico Co. Ltd., Lindt & Sprungli AG, Pladis, Meiji Co Ltd.

Product Analysis of segments:

Boxed assortments, Chocolate pouches and sachets, Chocolate with toys, Countlines, Other chocolate confectionery, Seasonal chocolate, Bars.

Application Analysis of segments:

Milk chocolate, Dark chocolate, White chocolate

* Note: Additional companies can be included on request.

This report covers basic market dynamics, market size, and company competition data, which will help key players to develop a market strategy for the future. This is the updated COVID-19 report covering the effects of the lockdown on the manufacturing and production facilities of the Chocolate Confectionery Market in France.

In addition, the extent of growth potential, revenue growth, product scope, and price factors associated with the France Chocolate Confectionery market are carefully assessed in the report to include a broader picture of the market.

The report covers the detailed performance of some key players and an analysis of the key players in the industry, sector, application and region. The report also describes the opportunities and potential challenges of the market in each region, taking into account government policies on the assessment of market behavior. The report also covers recent agreements including mergers and acquisitions, partnerships or joint ventures as well as the latest developments of manufacturers to remain in the global competition in the France chocolate confectionery market.

Regional review for chocolate confectionery on the French market

Region 1 – North America (United States, Canada and Mexico)
Region 2 – Europe (Germany, France, United Kingdom, Russia and Italy)
Region 3 – Peaceful (China, Japan, Korea, India and Southeast Asia)
Region 4 – South America (Brazil, Argentina, Colombia, etc.)
Region 5 – The Middle East and Africa (Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Egypt, Nigeria and South Africa)

RESEARCH PROCEDURE / METHODOLOGY

The report was sequenced using three valuation approximations. The underlying step is based on comprehensive fundamental and assistive studies conducted, which provide an extensive combination of information for the overall chocolate confectionery market in France. The sequential step includes assessment of market size, valuations, penetrations and assumptions based on information with more detailed information from subject matter experts in the industry. The report gets an absolute assessment of the market size with the help of a basis and various leveled procedures.

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Chocolate confectionery on the French market Most critical questions:

Q.1. What is the market size of the France Chocolate Confectionery market on a global level?
Q.2. What screen size is most preferred by Confiserie Chocolat consumers in France?
Q.3. Which distribution method is most favored by chocolate confectionery manufacturers in France?
Q.4. What is the preferred age group to target chocolate confectionery in France for manufacturers?
Q.5. What are the key factors that drive, inhibit market growth, and how impactful are the drivers and restraints?
Q.6. What is the impact of the regulations on the growth of the Chocolate Confectionery market in France?
Q.7. What is the leading region / country for market growth? What is the expected growth rate of major regions over the forecast period?
Q.8. How should the emerging chocolate confectionery markets in France evolve in the years to come? How should consumption patterns change in the future?
Q.9. Who are the major players operating in the global France Chocolate Confectionery market? What is the current position of the main players in the market? Who are the emerging players in this industry?
Q.10. Who are the main distributors, traders and resellers operating in the Chocolate Confectionery market in France?

At last, The study provides details on the main challenges that will impact the growth of the market. They also report providing full details of business opportunities to key stakeholders to grow their business and increase revenue in specific verticals. The report will help companies existing or intending to join this market to analyze the various aspects of this field before investing or expanding their business in the France Chocolate Confectionery markets.

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Russian discounter Mere plans entry into the French market https://cerib.org/russian-discounter-mere-plans-entry-into-the-french-market/ https://cerib.org/russian-discounter-mere-plans-entry-into-the-french-market/#respond Mon, 06 Sep 2021 07:52:30 +0000 https://cerib.org/russian-discounter-mere-plans-entry-into-the-french-market/ Russian discounter Mere is plans to open its first three stores in France in October, as he continues his march through Europe. According to a website dedicated to the French market, merefrance.com, Mere will open its first stores in Pont-Sainte-Marie, Sainte-Marguerite and Thionville. He specifies that the Grand Est region has been chosen to “start […]]]>

Russian discounter Mere is plans to open its first three stores in France in October, as he continues his march through Europe.

According to a website dedicated to the French market, merefrance.com, Mere will open its first stores in Pont-Sainte-Marie, Sainte-Marguerite and Thionville.

He specifies that the Grand Est region has been chosen to “start the development of its network” in France.

Big cities

According to the website, Mere plans to open stores “in all major cities in France” and establish links with suppliers across Europe.

He said he was looking to cooperate with store owners, manufacturers and contractors, to support its expansion.

“Our stores represent new jobs for the local population,” the retailer said, adding that its outlets would help families save “considerably” on their family budgets.

As the group indicates on its website, it offers prices “10 to 20% lower than those of our competitors”, with all products sold from pallets on the ground, in a “no frills” concept.

As for the suppliers he deals with, he requires all suppliers to offer prices between 20% and 30% lower than the competition, adding that these savings can in part be achieved through packaging. – “we do not need shiny and very attractive packaging”, he declared.

Entry into the UK market

In June, Mere said she was targeting 300 stores across the UK, after entering that market. It has also spread to Belgium, Serbia and several other European markets.

Commenting on his entry into the UK earlier this summer, Chris Elliott, Head of Market Analysis at Edge by Ascential, said: “Considering the rise of discounters over the years, Mere will certainly be attractive to a large number of buyers, which will help her become a success.”

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Russian discounter Mere plans to enter the French market https://cerib.org/russian-discounter-mere-plans-to-enter-the-french-market/ https://cerib.org/russian-discounter-mere-plans-to-enter-the-french-market/#respond Mon, 06 Sep 2021 07:00:00 +0000 https://cerib.org/russian-discounter-mere-plans-to-enter-the-french-market/ Russian discounter Mere is plans to open its first three stores in France in October, as he continues his march through Europe. According to a website dedicated to the French market, merefrance.com, Mere will open its first stores in Pont-Sainte-Marie, Sainte-Marguerite and Thionville. He specifies that the Grand Est region has been chosen to “start […]]]>

Russian discounter Mere is plans to open its first three stores in France in October, as he continues his march through Europe.

According to a website dedicated to the French market, merefrance.com, Mere will open its first stores in Pont-Sainte-Marie, Sainte-Marguerite and Thionville.

He specifies that the Grand Est region has been chosen to “start the development of its network” in France.

Big cities

According to the website, Mere plans to open stores “in all major cities in France” and establish links with suppliers across Europe.

He said he was looking to cooperate with store owners, manufacturers and contractors, to support its expansion.

“Our stores represent new jobs for the local population,” the retailer said, adding that its outlets would help families save “considerably” on their family budgets.

As the group indicates on its website, it offers prices “10 to 20% lower than those of our competitors”, with all products sold from pallets on the ground, in a “no frills” concept.

As for the suppliers he deals with, he requires all suppliers to offer prices between 20% and 30% lower than the competition, adding that these savings can in part be achieved through packaging. – “we do not need shiny and very attractive packaging”, he declared.

Entry into the UK market

In June, Mere said she was targeting 300 stores across the UK, after entering that market. It has also spread to Belgium, Serbia and several other European markets.

Commenting on his entry into the UK earlier this summer, Chris Elliott, Head of Market Analysis at Edge by Ascential, said: “Considering the rise of discounters over the years, Mere will certainly be attractive to a large number of buyers, which will help her become a success.”

© 2021 European Magazine of Supermarkets. Article by Stephen Wynne-Jones. For more information on retail, click here. Click on subscribe to subscribe to ESM: European Supermarket Magazine.

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Netflix series boost urban tourism in France https://cerib.org/netflix-series-boost-urban-tourism-in-france/ https://cerib.org/netflix-series-boost-urban-tourism-in-france/#respond Mon, 23 Aug 2021 05:11:37 +0000 https://cerib.org/netflix-series-boost-urban-tourism-in-france/ Television series broadcast in France such as “Emily in Paris”, “Lupine” or “Marseille” stimulate tourism in the localities. The French news magazine L’Express reports that it attracts foreign viewers, especially in the highlights of the series. The impact “cannot be denied” In the capital, these are the locations of the cliché series “Emily in Paris”, […]]]>

Television series broadcast in France such as “Emily in Paris”, “Lupine” or “Marseille” stimulate tourism in the localities. The French news magazine L’Express reports that it attracts foreign viewers, especially in the highlights of the series.

In the capital, these are the locations of the cliché series “Emily in Paris”, in front of which tourists took serial selfies. A restaurant very frequented by the protagonist added an “Emily Menu” to the menu. And a bookstore often featured in the series is also happy to welcome new customers. And the interest will not weaken anytime soon: the shooting of a second season has just ended.

The popular series of crooks “Lupine” brings an unexpected increase in the number of visitors to the seaside resort of Etretat in Normandy with its chalk cliffs, since an important scenario took place there during the second season. Requests from foreign journalists and viewers have multiplied, said the spokesperson for the local tourist office, Éric Baudet, Express. “Even if we cannot quantify it, we cannot deny the impact that Netflix has had on Étretat.” Environmentalists warn, however, that the chalk cliffs and their surroundings are overcrowded with large numbers of visitors.

As L’Express writes, the port city still benefits today from the Netflix series “Marseille”, launched in 2016 and 2017. Even if the share of the series in the city’s tourist boom is not quantified, several foreign guests mentioned the series, said the director of the tourism and congress office, Maxime Tissot. There is also an additional positive side effect: Marseille also turned to other film and television productions – there were 441 days of filming in 2019.

A study carried out by the French Center for Cinema and Animated Image (CNF) in 2018 also shows that films can boost tourism. 74% of tourists who saw a movie or series shot in France said it had sparked the desire to travel to the country.


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Mass abstention marks regional elections in France https://cerib.org/mass-abstention-marks-regional-elections-in-france/ https://cerib.org/mass-abstention-marks-regional-elections-in-france/#respond Sun, 20 Jun 2021 07:00:00 +0000 https://cerib.org/mass-abstention-marks-regional-elections-in-france/ The strong abstention is fast becoming a constant in the French elections when it is not the presidential elections. Today, 47.7 million French people are called to the polls in the first round of regional and departmental elections and, at 5 p.m., 26.72% of voters had voted, a drop of 16 points compared to the […]]]>

The strong abstention is fast becoming a constant in the French elections when it is not the presidential elections. Today, 47.7 million French people are called to the polls in the first round of regional and departmental elections and, at 5 p.m., 26.72% of voters had voted, a drop of 16 points compared to the previous call in 2015 , according to the Interior Ministry.

If this trend continues until schools close at 8:00 p.m., France could beat a record of abstention in regional and departmental schools. A screening of the Ifop institute predicts that the percentage will drop by the end of election day to 68%, with only 32% turnout.

The waiver of the right to vote in some appeals is not new, although it is in these proportions. Turnout also collapsed in the last election, held during the covid-19 pandemic.

In the first round of municipal elections, on the eve of the first confinement in March 2020, the abstention was 55.3%. In the second, which was postponed and finally held in June, it was even higher: 58.4%.

Today, France is in a very different situation. The pandemic is under control, vaccination is advancing at an accelerated rate, shops, restaurants and shows have reopened and, as of this week, it is no longer mandatory to wear a mask in the street and the curfew has just been survey.

The pandemic and the half-gas campaign, in this context, only partially explain the high rate of abstention. The good weather and the desire to enjoy the outdoors and summer after months of isolation could also explain the emptiness of the polling stations.

But there are deeper causes, trends that COVID-19 has only consolidated. One of them is the disaffection with politics on the part of a part of the population. Another, indifference to the possibility of a conquest of extreme right-wing power: in other times, it could have mobilized many voters; today this option is less frightening.

The characteristics of regional and departmental elections do not facilitate mobilization either. In a hyper-centralized country, where the head of state holds considerable power compared to other western democracies, the elections that count, for many citizens, are presidential. Perhaps also the municipal ones, where the mayor embodies the power of proximity.

The elections of June 20 and 27, halfway between the two, have more blurred outlines. If to all this is added that the powers of the regions are rare, or in any case little known to voters, all the ingredients seem to be breaking abstention records.

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