Almonds Market Intelligence

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Are you looking for answers on Almonds category?

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  • What are the key trends in Almonds category?
  • Am I paying the right price?
  • Am I working with the right supplier?
  • What are the major challenges and risks in Almonds industry?
  • How is Almonds industry performing?

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Report Coverage

  • Category Summary : COVID-19 Impact
  • COVID-19 Impact : Supplier Watch
  • COVID-19 Impact : Industry Watch
  • Regional Analysis

Production Size

Global Production Size/ Capacity

$ 6.14 billion

USA

$ 4.7 billion

EU

$ 0.73 billion

Australia

$ 0.61 billion

Table of Contents

  1. Almonds Market Summary
  2. Global Edible Nuts Market
  3. Market Dynamics of Top Edible Nuts
  4. Sourcing Strategies for Food Industry
  5. COVID-19 Impact
  6. Sourcing Location Watch
  7. Supplier Watch
  1. Almonds Market Analysis
  2. Industry Overview: Edible Nuts
  3. Regional Analysis
  4. Market Drivers and Constraints
  5. Global Supply–Demand Analysis
  6. Global Trade Dynamics
  7. Cost Structure Analysis
  1. Almonds Industry Analysis
  2. Porter’s Five Forces Analysis
  3. Innovations/Technology Trends
  4. Procurement Strategy: Best Practices
  5. Sourcing of Edible Nuts: Sample RFP Questions

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Almonds Global Market Outlook:

Market Growth: Market Size (2019): $ 6.14 billion Availability (2019): 1.29 MMT

Market Drivers:

  • Awareness regarding health & wellness benefits.
  • Increasing usage in the food industry, due to high traceability and food safety adherence

Porter's Analysis on Almonds

Supplier Power

  • Farmers and co-operatives are the suppliers to the edible nut industry
  • Large companies, like Olam, ADM, etc., have control over nuts, like almonds and peanuts, whereas the rest of the edible nuts are fragmented across the respective producing belts

Barriers to New Entrants

  • Moderate to large capital investment is required to process and store, depending on the edible nut supplied
  • Trade barriers are being laid to protect the domestic processing industry in several producing countries, such as interstate ban on the transport of RCN through the border posts of Ivory Coast and the recent ban in the Goan interstate sale of cashew nuts in India

Intensity of Rivalry

  • Highly fragmented industry and the competition mainly occurs while procuring the raw material for processing
  • In an undersupplied condition, established suppliers, like ADM, Olam, etc., will have an upper hand.

Threat of Substitutes

  • There is no substitute for edible nuts Nuts (except peanuts, which is used in oil extraction) are not essential ingredients in many of the commercial food products.
  • Therefore, if there is high volatility in terms of price or supply, the manufacturing of food products containing nuts will go down

Buyer Power

  • Less than 40 percent of the nuts are bought by confectionery and other FMCG companies
  • Buyer will have more bargaining power on the easily available nuts, like peanuts and almonds
  • Buyer power is combatively low for limited high-value nuts, like hazelnut, cashew, etc.

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