Emergency Foods Market 2020 (In the Most Disaster-Prone Country)

Language:
Japanese
Product Code No:
C61126900
Issued In:
2020/03
#of Pages:
180
Publication Cycle:
Other
Format:
PDF
Geographic Coverage:
Japan
Industry:

Price

180,000 yen ($1,728.94)
(excluding consumption tax)
360,000 yen ($3,457.88)
(excluding consumption tax)
540,000 yen ($5,186.82)
(excluding consumption tax)
* Equivalent value in US$ (Today's rate : $1= 104.11 yen , 2020/11/28 Japan)

Coverage: (Product/service)

Emergency foods (cooked rice, bread and rolls, noodles, biscuits, delis, sweets, soups, stored water, and beverages),

Research Target:

Emergency food makers, vendors of emergency supplies

Research Content:

I  Trend of Emergency Foods Market

  1. Definition and Development of Emergency Foods
  1. Definition of emergency foods
  2. Leading makers and products
  3. Integrating emergency foods into daily menus -- an approach known as rolling stock
  4. Certification Standards of "Japan Disaster Food" by Japan Disaster Food Society
  1. Rolling Stock and Business Continuity Planning (BCP)
  2. Sales of Emergency Foods for Medical Food Delivery
  3. Transition of Market Size
  4. Market Share by Product (2019 Prospect)
  5. Market Share by End Channel (2019 Prospect)
  6. Market Share by User (2019 Prospect)
  7. Flow of Emergency Foods Supply
  8. Problems and Challenges
  9. Market Perspectives
  10. Forecast of Market Size (FY2020-FY2024)
  11. Growth Analysis of Emergency Foods

II   Market Analysis by Product

  1. Cooked rice
  2. Bread and rolls
  3. Noodles
  4. Biscuits
  5. Delis
  6. Sweets (confectionery)
  7. Soups
  8. Stored water
  9. Beverages

III   Demand Trend of Emergency Foods at Large Consumers

  1. Whether or not any measures taken for BCP
  2. Emergency foods currently keeping
  3. Status of how emergency foods are kept
  4. Those foods stocked at your office
  5. Vendor of emergency foods
  6. Reason why the emergency foods were selected
  7. Frequency of replacement of emergency foods
  8. Standard of adopting emergency foods
  9. Requests and dissatisfied aspects of emergency food
  10. Future status of how emergency foods are kept
  11. List of respondents

IV   Analysis of Strategies at Leading Companies

  1. Reason of Entering Emergency Food Business
  2. Product Development
  3. Production Trend (System, Safety)
  4. Sales Channel
  5. Strategies for Sales Promotions
  6. Challenges
  7. Future Business Strategies, etc.

V   Company Profiles

14 companies

Price

written in Japanese
180,000 yen ($1,728.94)
(excluding consumption tax)
360,000 yen ($3,457.88)
(excluding consumption tax)
540,000 yen ($5,186.82)
(excluding consumption tax)
* Equivalent value in US$ (Today's rate : $1= 104.11 yen , 2020/11/28 Japan)