Innovation in the European Food Products and Beverages Industry

Jesper Lindgaard Christensen, Nick von Tunzelmann, Ruth Rama

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Both in terms of employment and production the food and beverages industry is
one of the world’s largest businesses. Annual global sales of packaged food
reached US$ 2.8 trillion in the early 1990s and the market for processed food has
grown particularly quickly. Profitability has consistently been high, even in
recession years, and the vigour of the industry thus performs an important
countercyclical function. The present Report investigates the conditions for the
industry to perform successfully.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
Udgivelses sted: European Commission, EIMS
ForlagSPRINT
Antal sider152
StatusUdgivet - 1996

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Innovation
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Profitability
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Processed foods

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Christensen, J. L., Tunzelmann, N. V., & Rama, R. (1996). Innovation in the European Food Products and Beverages Industry. : European Commission, EIMS: SPRINT.
Christensen, Jesper Lindgaard ; Tunzelmann, Nick von ; Rama, Ruth. / Innovation in the European Food Products and Beverages Industry. : European Commission, EIMS : SPRINT, 1996. 152 s.
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