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Pasta – Couscous Market in Morocco

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“Affected by the Western Life Style, more and more Moroccan consume rice, pasta, and noodle. Market players do not turn blind eye to this growing tendency. Having more than thirty five people and being among ten biggest African economies, Morocco has imported dry or stuffed fresh pasta and couscous valued around USD 18 million. As Italian restaurants whose number has …

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Pasta, Biscuit and Bakery Products in Africa

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“It is saddening to see the famine problem in African continent, which has rich and fertile lands. Having around 50 percent of uncropped lands in the world, Africa imports more than half of the food it consumes. Among all foods, cereals top the list of imported products. Wheat, rice and maize occupy the top three spots. Being rich in energy, …

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PASTA, BISCUIT, AND BAKERY PRODUCTS IN ASIA

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“Asian countries have significant consumption rates in basic bakery products such as bread, pasta, and biscuits because of the traditional consumption culture. Asian countries are therefore considered to be an important potential market for investors producing these products and the technologies used in the production of these products. But the ability of investors to evaluate these potential markets accurately depends …

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Pasta, Biscuit and Bakery Products at South America

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 The most important factors affecting today’s cuisine culture in Latin American countries are African-based slave trade and mass migrations from Europe. Conquests, immigration and chiefs meeting with other cultures have played a great role in shaping this cuisine culture. Generally speaking, this culture mostly relies on European countries such as Portugal, French and Italian cuisine. Latin American market has a …

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Pasta, Biscuit and Bakery Products in Iran

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Iranian cuisine includes very distinctive tastes and has a feel of Middle Asian cuisines. Containing overtones from the Persian cuisine, Iran has an effect on the different cultures it hosts. Pilau and bread are among the indispensable meals of the Iranian cuisine. The most delicious food in Iran is bread. Sangak, barbari, taftoon, and lavash rank among the most popular …

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Pasta, Biscuit and Bakery Products In Russia

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There have been a variety of products in those countries where the saying, “bread is the beginning of all” finds its place. Bread is one of the most consumed foods in Russia that many people are involved in production. According to this culture, everything can be lost, money can be wasted and the life would be upside down; but if …

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World Pasta Market

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The demand for pasta in nearly the whole world is increasing gradually. According to the data of International Pasta Organization (IPO), a total of 14,3 million tons of pasta produced in 2015 in the world. Pasta being an easy-to-prepare and cost-efficient meal had a great effect on this. Other important factors in the increase of consumption are the high nutritional …

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Bread, Pasta and Biscuits in India

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India, one of the most complex countries in the world in terms of ethnicity, has 1652 languages and dialects. 14 languages that are legally recognized by the Constitution are spoken by 91% of the population. Despite the fact that spices and curry sauce are the leading actors of the Indian cuisine, the characteristics of the Indian cuisine is shaped according …

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BREAD, PASTA AND BISCUIT IN BRAZIL

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Bread consumption in Brazil is expanded to grain variety bread consumption as across the world and variety bread is produced with various materials to be consumed, and sold in markets and bakeries as a result of a rapid life style. Same life style affects pasta and noodle consumption, and ensures these products are more preferable in the public. Dessert culture …

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Pasta, Biscuit and Bread Culture in Turkey

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Turkish people who like to try new tastes and combine them with traditional tastes reflect this in pasta, bread, desserts, confectionery and biscuit consumption as well. Flour, dough, additives used in bread making and baking styles show difference. Also, various differences such as tools, equipment used in bread making and cereals used in flour making show the regional diversity. Turkish …

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