Singapore Food & Beverage Industry Report - 2015

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Singapore Food & Beverage Industry Report - 2015

This report profiles Singapore’s food and beverage industry, discussing market trends through 2014 and outlook for 2015 and beyond. The report also highlights leading players in the sector including Fraser and Neave Limited (F&N), Olam International Limited (OLAM), Petra Foods Limited and Food Empire Holdings Limited (FEH)

Singapore is a relatively wealthy nation and has high per capita food consumption. On a per capita basis, Singapore has the highest food consumption levels in the Southeast Asia region. Singapore’s food and beverage (F&B) services industry contributed approximately 5% to the country’s total GDP in 2014. Due to limited domestic agricultural production and rapid urbanisation, the country imports more than 90% of its food products, particularly from other Asian countries.

Economic activity in Singapore is likely to grow at a moderate pace of 2.5-3.0% in 2015, according to the IMF. The economy has been growing at a moderate pace since 2013 due to decrease in exports growth. Nonetheless, the country’s F&B industry is expected to witness growth thanks to higher population, rising incomes and soaring food consumption. Singaporeans have the highest personal income amongst all Asians, thereby making them more willing to purchase quality food at higher quantities. These goods include pre-processed meat and vegetables that are easy to prepare at home and even ready-to-eat meals.

In addition, rising visitor arrivals from the region will increase growth of tourism-related services, such as F&B services and accommodation, to satisfy leisure needs. As such, F&B consumption is set to soar and will in turn increase the industry’s employment.

Key Points:

• Singapore’s F&B industry contributed around 5% to the country’s total GDP in 2014. The rise in the number of working women, growing middle class population and the surge in disposable income have contributed to the expanding F&B market.

• Singapore’s F&B market can be divided into three broad segments on consumption basis: food and non-alcoholic beverages, alcoholic beverages and tobacco, and food servicing services. As of 2014, food and non-alcoholic beverage segment was the largest, accounting for 44% of the total.

• On a per capita basis, Singapore has the highest food consumption levels in the Southeast Asia region. Singapore’s private consumption expenditure (current prices) in food and beverage sector grew at a CAGR of 5% from 2008-14.


Table of Contents

1. Industry Profile
1.1 Market overview
1.2 Market size and structure
1.3 Trade
1.4 Manufacturing
1.5 Consumption pattern
1.6 Prices
1.7 Regulations

2. Market trends and outlook
2.1 Key trends
2.2 Service and hygiene standards
2.3 Expansion strategies
2.4 Manpower trends
2.5 Market outlook

3. Leading players and comparative matrix
3.1 Leading players
3.1.1 Fraser and Neave Limited (F&N)
3.1.2 Olam International Limited (OLAM) (APB)
3.1.3 Petra Foods Limited (Petra Foods)
3.1.4 Food Empire Holdings Limited (FEH)
3.2 Comparative matrix
3.3 SWOT analysis

4. Tables and Charts

Table 1: Value of imports of food and beverage products in last two years
Table 2: Key indicators of F&B industry
Table 3: Establishments, operating receipts and value added
Table 4: Main business costs of F&B industry
Table 5: Per capita consumption of food commodities in Singapore
Table 6: Key economic indicators
Table 7: Selected key financial ratios

Chart 1: Food & beverage industry contribution to the national GDP
Chart 2: Singapore's GDP per capita at current market prices
Chart 3: Singapore's demographics
Chart 4: F&B market value in terms of private consumption expenditure
Chart 5: Breakup of Singapore F&B industry by private consumption expenditure
Chart 6: Private consumption expenditure in different segments of F&B sector
Chart 7: Imports of F&B products
Chart 8: Exports of F&B products
Chart 9: Production output in F&B sector
Chart 10: Y/Y change in industrial production index
Chart 11: Weights of major expenditure groups in the CPI
Chart 12: Food inflation in Singapore
Chart 13: FSS index at current prices
Chart 14: F&N revenue breakdown
Chart 15: Net sales of F&N
Chart 16: Profit margins of F&N
Chart 17: Olam net contribution by business segment
Chart 18: Net sales of Olam
Chart 19: Profit margins of Olam
Chart 20: Petra Foods revenue by geographic breakdown
Chart 21: Net sales of Petra Foods
Chart 22: Profit margins of Petra Foods
Chart 23: FEH revenue by geographical regions
Chart 24: Net sales of FEH
Chart 25: Profit margins of FEH

Number of pages: 27
Release Date: Tue, 30 Jun 2015