Global Baby Food Market: Pediatric Nutrition Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends And Forecast 2007 – 2017

However, the sales volume growth is expected reduce to 8.6% CAGR during 2012 2017 and overall baby food consumption is expected to be 1,846.3 thousand tonnes in 2017. On the other hand the sales volume in Australasia market increased with a CAGR of 0.32% during 2007 2011 to reach a total of 22.7 thousand tonnes in 2011. However, the sales volume growth is expected increase by 0.93% CAGR during 2012 2017 and overall baby food consumption is expected to be 24.1 thousand tonnes in 2017. The overall Eastern Europe baby food and pediatric nutrition market showed a steady growth during 2007 2011. The market grew from USD 1.7 billion in 2007 to reach USD 3.2 billion in 2011 with a CAGR of 17.3% during 2007 2011.Russia & Ukraine accounted for the fasted growth in the region at 24.02% and 19.43% respectively during the same period and generated respective revenue of USD 2, 015.6 million and USD 207.7 million in 2011. The overall Eastern Europe baby food and pediatric nutrition market is forecasted to grow form USD 3,580.0 million in 2012 to USD 6,550.8 million in 2017 with a CAGR of 12.85% during the same period. Baby population aged 0-4 year in Latin America reached 52.7 million in 2010 that resulted in robust growth of the overall Latin America baby food and pediatric nutrition market during 2007 2011.
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Viewpoints: Cutting nutrition assistance is recipe for hunger that will cost us all

Targeting people looking for work also runs counter to our fundamental American belief, that anyone who tries hard should have a fair shot at getting ahead. SNAP provides that fair shot by helping people buy groceries while they are between jobs. Finding work is hard enough right now; doing so on an empty stomach would be even harder. Contrary to popular perception, food banks couldnt adequately feed the millions of families who would lose access to nutrition assistance under the House Republican proposal. Often theyre restricted to providing a three- to five-day food supply to clients once a month. Plus, theyre already stretched thin from the economic slump, and theyll see even more hungry families this fall when a federal Recovery Act provision expires, causing a sharp drop in SNAP benefits. Any policymaker concerned about job growth should oppose deep cuts to this nutrition program.
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Nutrition Bill Passes House

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It shouldnt be this hard to pass a bill that ensures all of us in this economy have enough to eat. And thats what a farm bill does. Rep. Lucas floor remarks A series of Democrats took to the floor to argue against the bill that contains reforms that would save nearly $40 billion in food stamp costs over ten years. Theres no reason to pass this bill other than to placate some people that want to make a point, said Rep. Collin Peterson (D-MN), ranking member of the agriculture committee. This bill isnt going any place in the Senate, the president wouldnt sign it, so I dont know what were doing. Rep.
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