Industry Analysis & Industry Trends
The Yogurt Production industry experienced significant decline during the recession, but when the economy returned to growth in 2010, industry revenue recovered. The popularity of Greek yogurt weighed heavy on industry operators that developed their own Greek yogurt brands to win back consumers. IBISWorld forecasts industry revenue will increase in the five years to 2018 thanks to the economic recovery, rising disposable incomes and increased per capita consumption of yogurt.... purchase to read more
Industry Report - Industry Products Chapter
IBISWorld has segmented the industry according to the three main styles of yogurt production: set-style yogurt, Swiss-style yogurt and Greek-style yogurt. The other yogurt segment includes a range of other varieties, such as kefir and drinkable yogurt.
Set-style yogurt, also known as Balkan-style yogurt, is somewhat similar to Greek-style yogurt in its consistency. Set-style yogurt is poured into a container and is incubated, receiving no further stirring. Set-style yogurt is thicker than Swiss-style yogurt, but it is thinner than the popular Greek-style yogurt. IBISWorld expects that this segment's share of industry revenue has remained stable during the past five years and is estimated to account for about 33.2% of industry revenue in 2013... purchase to read more