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Published Feb 1, 2000 | 221 Pages | Pub ID: SB358

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The pasta and value-added pasta product markets are growing and profitable sectors of the domestic processed food and beverage industry. Selling opportunities are strongest in industrial, foodservice, and private label retail markets. Foreign sales opportunities are also on the rise. The industry, however, is restructuring as highly efficient, vertically integrated manufacturers take advantage of these growing sales opportunities and increase market share. This has led to stronger plant profit margins. These findings were uncovered in our in-depth analysis of industry trends. Our comprehensive industry investigation evaluates U.S. shipments, imports, exports, retail sales, consumer demographics, plant cost structure and profitability, and the competitive environment. In addition, SBI profiled 22 leading manufacturers and marketers.
    Section 1: Executive Summary and U.S. Pasta Industry Trends
    • Executive Summary
    • Market Size and Growth
    • Growth-Oriented Markets
    • Opportunities in Value-Added Pasta Products
    • Consumer Demographics
    • Industry Restructuring and Plant Profit Margins
    • Outlook
    • Scope and Methodology
      • Table 1-1 Value of U.S. Pasta Supply: 1987-2004 (dollars)
      • Figure 1-1 Value of U.S. Pasta Supply: 1989, 1994, 1999, and 2004 (dollars)
      • Table 1-2 Quantity U.S. Pasta Supply and Average Value per Pound Supplied: 1987-2004 (pounds and dollars)
      • Table 1-3 U.S. Producer Price Trends for Pasta Products: 1987-1999 (index): Total, Macaroni and Spaghetti, and Noodle Products
      • Figure 1-2 U.S. Producer Price Trends for Pasta Products: 1987-1999 (index): Total, Macaroni and Spaghetti, and Noodle Products
      • Table 1-4 U.S. Pasta Supply Growth Analysis: 1987-2004 (percent)
      • Table 1-5 Total U.S. Pasta Market and by End-Use Sector: 1997-2004 (pounds): Retail, Food Processors, Foodservice, Export, and Total Market
      • Figure 1-3 U.S. Pasta Demand by End-Use Sector: 1997, 1999, and 2004 (percent): Branded Retail, Private Label Retail, Food Processor Purchases, Food Processor Production, Foodservice, and Export Pie Charts for Percent Total Dollars for 1997: 1999, and 2004
      • Table 1-6 U.S. Pasta Consumption: 1997-2004 (pounds): Total Market, Exports, Domestic Consumption, and per Capita Consumption
      • Table 1-7 Demographic Groups Most Likely to Use Dry Packaged Pasta by Type, Fall 1998 (characteristic): Sex, Age, Race, Marital Status, Income, Education, Occupation, Household Size, Children by Age, and Region
      • Table 1-8 U.S. Branded and Private Label Pasta Sales Through Retail Channels: 1994-1999 (pounds and dollars)
      • Table 1-9 Share of the U.S. Pasta Supply by the Top Five Manufacturers: 1999 (percent)
      • Table 1-10 Share of U.S. Pasta Sales Through Retail Channels for the Top Eight Marketers: 1994-1999 (dollars and percent)
      • Table 1-11 U.S. Pasta and Value-Added Pasta Product Introductions: 1997-1999 (number): Pasta and Pasta Side Dishes, and Sauces, Pizza and Pasta; Products and SKUs

    Section 2: U.S. Pasta Shipments and International Trade

    • Summary of Major Findings
    • Pasta Shipment Growth Trends
    • Product Shipment Mix and New Products
    • Foreign Sales Opportunities
    • Pasta Imports
      • Table 2-1 Value of U.S. Pasta Shipments and Share of Total Food and Beverage Industry Shipments: 1982-2004 (dollars and percent)
      • Table 2-2 Quantity U.S. Pasta Shipments and Average Value per Pound Shipped: 1982-2004 (pounds and dollars)
      • Table 2-3 Value of U.S. Pasta Shipments by Type: 1982-2004 (dollars): Macaroni and Spaghetti and Noodles
      • Table 2-4 Quantity U.S. Pasta Shipments by Type: 1982-2004 (pounds): Macaroni and Spaghetti and Noodles
      • Table 2-5 U.S. Average Value per Pound of Pasta Shipped by Type: 1982-2004 (dollars): Macaroni and Spaghetti and Noodles
      • Table 2-6 Shipments of Dry and Refrigerated Pasta Products: 1992-1999 (pounds and dollars)
      • Table 2-7 U.S. Pasta Imports: 1987-1999 (pounds and dollars)
      • Table 2-8 U.S. Pasta Imports by Product Type: 1992-1999 (pounds and dollars): Dry Spaghetti and Macaroni, Dry Noodles, and Frozen and Refrigerated Pasta
      • Table 2-9 U.S. Dry Pasta Imports Subject to Trade Agreements: 1997-1999 (pounds and dollars)
      • Table 2-10 U.S. Pasta Imports for the Top Twelve Countries of Origin: 1993-1999 (pounds and dollars)
      • Table 2-11 U.S. Pasta Exports: 1987-1999 (pounds and dollars)
      • Table 2-12 U.S. Pasta Exports by Product Type: 1992-1999 (pounds and dollars): Dry Spaghetti and Macaroni, Dry Noodles, and Frozen and Refrigerated Pasta
      • Table 2-13 U.S. Pasta Exports for the Top Seven Countries of Destination: 1993-1999 (pounds and dollars)

    Section 3: Retail Pasta Sales and Market Shares

    • Summary of Major Findings
    • Retail Pasta Sales
    • Branded Versus Private Label Sales
    • Sales by Distribution Channel
    • Dry Spaghetti and Macaroni Brand Sales
    • Dry Noodle Brand Sales
    • Frozen Pasta Brand Sales
    • Refrigerated Pasta Brand Sales
      • Table 3-1 Value of U.S. Retail Pasta Sales and by Product Type: 1994-2004 (dollars): Dry Spaghetti and Macaroni, Dry Noodles, Frozen Pasta, and Refrigerated Pasta
      • Table 3-2 Quantity U.S. Retail Pasta Sales and by Product Type: 1994-2004 (pounds): Dry Spaghetti and Macaroni, Dry Noodles, Frozen Pasta, and Refrigerated Pasta
      • Table 3-3 U.S. Average Retail Value per Pound of Pasta Sold and by Product Type: 1994-2004 (dollars): Dry Spaghetti and Macaroni, Dry Noodles, Frozen Pasta, and Refrigerated Pasta
      • Table 3-4 Number of U.S. Adults Using Dry Packaged Pasta by Type and Frequency of Use, Fall 1998 (number): Dry Spaghetti, Macaroni, and Noodles; and Heavy, Medium, and Light Users
      • Table 3-5 Value of U.S. Retail Pasta Sales by Distribution Channel: 1994-2004 (dollars): Supermarkets, Mass Merchandiser Chains, and Drug Stores
      • Table 3-6 Quantity U.S. Retail Pasta Sales by Distribution Channel and Average Value per Pound Sold: 1994-2004 (pounds and dollars): Supermarkets, Mass Merchandiser Chains, and Drug Stores
      • Table 3-7 Value of U.S. Retail Dry Spaghetti and Macaroni Sales and Market Share for the Top Ten Marketers and Private Label: 1994-1999 (dollars and percent)
      • Table 3-8 Quantity U.S. Retail Dry Spaghetti and Macaroni Sales for the Top Ten Marketers and Private Label and Average Value per Pound Sold: 1994-1999 (pounds and dollars)
      • Table 3-9 Growth Analysis of U.S. Retail Dry Spaghetti and Macaroni Sales for the Top Ten Marketers and Private Label and Average Value per Pound Sold: 1994-1999 (percent)
      • Table 3-10 Value of U.S. Retail Dry Spaghetti and Macaroni Sales and Market Share for the Top Ten Brands and Private Label: 1994-1999 (dollars and percent)
      • Table 3-11 U.S. Retail Dry Spaghetti and Macaroni Sales for Two Leading Marketers by Brand: 1994 and 1999 (dollars and pounds)
      • Table 3-12 Value of U.S. Retail Dry Noodle Sales and Market Share for the Top Ten Marketers and Private Label: 1994-1999 (dollars and percent)
      • Table 3-13 Quantity U.S. Retail Dry Noodle Sales and Market Share for the Top Ten Marketers and Private Label and Average Value per Pound Sold: 1994-1999 (pounds and dollars)
      • Table 3-14 Growth Analysis of U.S. Retail Dry Noodle Sales for the Top Ten Marketers and Private Label and Average Value per Pound Sold: 1994-1999 (percent)
      • Table 3-15 Value of U.S. Retail Dry Noodle Sales and Market Share for the Top Ten Brands and Private Label: 1994-1999 (dollars and percent)
      • Table 3-16 U.S. Retail Dry Noodle Sales for Three Leading Marketers by Brand: 1994 and 1999 (dollars and pounds)
      • Table 3-17 Value of U.S. Retail Frozen Pasta Sales and Market Share for the Top Ten Marketers and Private Label: 1994-1999 (dollars and percent)
      • Table 3-18 Quantity U.S. Retail Frozen Pasta Sales and Market Share for the Top Ten Marketers and Private Label and Average Value per Pound Sold: 1994-1999 (pounds and dollars)
      • Table 3-19 Growth Analysis of U.S. Retail Frozen Pasta Sales for the Top Ten Marketers and Private Label and Average Value per Pound Sold: 1994-1999 (percent)
      • Table 3-20 Value of U.S. Retail Refrigerated Pasta Sales and Market Share for the Top Seven Marketers and Private Label: 1994-1999 (dollars and percent)
      • Table 3-21 Quantity U.S. Retail Refrigerated Pasta Sales for the Top Seven Marketers and Private Label and Average Value per Pound Sold: 1994-1999 (pounds and dollars)
      • Table 3-22 Growth Analysis of U.S. Retail Refrigerated Pasta Sales for the Top Seven Marketers and Private Label and Average Value per Pound Sold: 1994-1999 (percent)

    Section 4: U.S. Pasta Purchaser Demographics

    • Summary of Major Findings
    • Dry Packaged Pasta Purchaser Demographics
    • Demographics of Heavy Users
    • Demographics by Product Type
    • Demographics of Leading Brands and Private Label Products
    • Refrigerated Packaged Pasta Purchaser Demographics
      • Table 4-1 Ranking of Likelihood to Use Dry Packaged Pasta for Total Adults and Heavy Users for the Top Fifteen Demographic Characteristics, Fall 1998 (percent and index)
      • Table 4-2 Number of U.S. Adults Using Dry Packaged Pasta and Their Likelihood to Use by Demographic Characteristic, Fall 1998 (number, percent, and index): Sex, Age, Race and Ethnicity, Marital Status, Household Income, Education, Occupation, Household Size, Children by Age, and Region
      • Table 4-3 Percent of U.S. Adults Using Dry Packaged Pasta and Their Likelihood to Use by Type by Demographic Characteristic, Fall 1998 (percent and index): Spaghetti, Macaroni, and Noodles; Sex, Age, Race and Ethnicity, Marital Status, Household Income, Education, Occupation, Household Size, Children by Age, and Region
      • Table 4-4 Percent of U.S. Adults Using Dry Packaged Pasta and Their Likelihood to Use by Frequency of Use by Demographic Characteristic, Fall 1998 (percent and index): Heavy, Medium, and Light Users; Sex, Age, Race and Ethnicity, Marital Status, Household Income, Education, Occupation, Household Size, Children by Age, and Region
      • Table 4-5 Demographic Groups Most Likely to Use Dry Packaged Pasta for Five Leading Brands and Private Label, Fall 1998 (characteristic): Sex, Age, Race, Marital Status, Income, Education, Occupation, Household Size, Children by Age, and Region (index): Sex, Age, Race and Ethnicity, Marital Status, Household Income, Education, Occupation, Household Size, Children by Age, and Region
      • Table 4-7 U.S. Adults' Likelihood to Use Dry Packaged Pasta for Six Second Tier Brands by Demographic Characteristic, Fall 1998 (index): Sex, Age, Race and Ethnicity, Marital Status, Household Income, Education, Occupation, Household Size, Children by Age, and Region
      • Table 4-8 Number of U.S. Households Using Fresh Refrigerated Packaged Pasta and Their Likelihood to Use by Demographic Characteristic, Spring 1998 (number, percent, and index): Sex, Age, Race and Ethnicity, Marital Status, Household Income, Education, Occupation, Household Size, Children by Age, and Region
      • Table 4-9 Distribution of U.S. Households by Demographic Characteristic: 1985-1998 (percent): Household Income, Age of Household Head, Household Size, Region, and Total Households
      • Table 4-10 Distribution of U.S. Resident Population by Age Group by Sex, 999-2004 (number)
      • Table 4-11 Ethnicity of the U.S. Resident Population: 1994-2004 (number)

    Section 5: U.S. Pasta Foodservice Market

    • Summary of Major Findings
    • Foodservice Pasta Purchases
    • Factors Affecting Demand
    • Leading Foodservice Marketers
      • Table 5-1 Value of Pasta Purchases by U.S. Restaurants and Other Foodservices: 1982-2004 (dollars)
      • Table 5-2 Quantity U.S. Pasta Purchases by U.S. Restaurant and Other Foodservices: 1982-2004 (pounds)
      • Table 5-3 Foodservice Industry's Position in Total U.S. Food Spending: 1972-1999 (dollars): Total U.S. Food Spending, Food for At-Home Consumption, and Away-From-Home Meals and Snacks
      • Table 5-4 Consumer Price Trends for Food at-Home and Food Away-From-Home: 1982-1999 (index)
      • Table 5-5 U.S. Female Labor Participation Rate: 1977-1999 (percent)
      • Table 5-6 U.S. Foodservice Sales by Type of Outlet: 1985-1999 (dollars): Restaurants, Fast-Food Outlets, Cafeterias, Caterers, Hotels and Motels, Retailers, Amusement Places, Drinking Places, Schools, Military, Plants and Office Buildings, Medical Facilities, Vending, Transportation Services, Correctional Facilities, Child Daycare Centers, Elderly Feeding Programs, and Others
      • Table 5-7 Percent Distribution of U.S. Foodservice Sales by Type of Outlet: 1985-1999 (percent): Restaurants, Fast-Food Outlets, Cafeterias, Caterers, Hotels and Motels, Retailers, Amusement Places, Drinking Places, Schools, Military, Plants and Office Buildings, Medical Facilities, Vending, Transportation Services, Correctional Facilities, Child Daycare Centers, Elderly Feeding Programs, and Others
      • Table 5-8 Number of U.S. Foodservices by Type of Outlet: 1987-1997 (number): Restaurants, Fast-Food Outlets, Cafeterias, Caterers, Ice Cream and Frozen Yogurt Shops, Hotels and Motels, Retailers, Amusement Places, Drinking Places, Schools, Military, Plants and Office Buildings, Medical Facilities, Vending, Transportation Services, Correctional Facilities, Child Daycare Centers, Elderly Feeding Programs, and Others
      • Table 5-9 U.S. Eating Places by Principal Type of Menu: 1992 and 1997 (number and dollars): Italian, Mexican, Chinese, Other Ethnic, Seafood, Steak, Pizza, Chicken, Hamburger, Sub Shop, American, and Other
      • Table 5-10 U.S. Eating and Drinking Place Sales by Region and State: 1987-1997 (dollars)
      • Table 5-11 Number and Average Revenues for U.S. Eating and Drinking Places by Region and State: 1987-1997 (number and dollars)

    Section 6: Cost Structure of U.S. Pasta Plants and the Competitive Environment

    • Summary of Major Findings
    • Industry Profit Margins
    • Vertically-Integrated Manufacturing
    • Material Cost Situation
    • Labor Cost Situation
    • Industry Restructuring and the Competitive Environment
      • Table 6-1 Number of U.S. Pasta Manufacturers, Plants, and Plant Revenues: 1987-1999 (number and dollars)
      • Table 6-2 U.S. Pasta Plant Operating Ratios and Profitability: 1987-1999 (percent): Payroll, Other Labor Costs, Material Costs, and Gross Profit Margin
      • Table 6-3 U.S. Pasta Plant Material Purchases by Type: 1987-1999 (dollars): Wheat Flour, Packaging, and Other Materials
      • Table 6-4 Wheat Flour Purchases by U.S. Pasta Plants: 1987-1999 (pounds and dollars): Semolina and Durum Wheat Flour, and Other Wheat Flour
      • Table 6-5 U.S. Wheat Flour Supply and per Capita Consumption: 1987-1999 (pounds and percent): Wheat Flour Supply, per Capita Disappearance, and Percent Total Durum Wheat Flour Disappearance
      • Table 6-6 U.S. Durum Supply and Demand: 1990-1999 (bushels): Production, Stocks, Imports, Food Use, Seed Use, Residual Use, and Exports
      • Table 6-7 U.S. Producer Price Trends for Major Material Inputs: 1995-1999 (index): Wheat Flour, Paperboard Boxes, Packaging Paper and Film, and Bags
      • Table 6-8 U.S. Pasta Plant Labor Situation: 1987-1999 (number dollars, and percent): Number of Employees, Shipments per Employee, Production Workers Percent Total Employees, Production Worker Average Hourly Wages, and Average Weekly Hours
      • Table 6-9 U.S. Pasta Plant Capital Expenditure Trends: 1987-1997 (dollars and percent): Capital Expenditures and Percent Value Added
      • Table 6-10 Number of U.S. Pasta Manufacturers by Product Line: 1987-1997 (number): Dry, Wet, and Refrigerated Pasta; and Dry, Wet, and Refrigerated Noodle Products
      • Table 6-11 U.S. Pasta Plants, Plant Shipments, and Operating Ratios by Employee Size: 1987-1997 (number, dollars, and percent)
      • Table 6-12 Number of U.S. Pasta Plants by State: 1992 and 1997 (number)
      • Table 6-13 Sales and Profit Trends for Five U.S. Pasta Manufacturers: 1996-1999 (dollars and percent)
      • Table 6-14 Cenex Harvest States Cooperative Durum Wheat Milling Capacity: 1999 (pounds)

    Section 7: U.S. Value-Added Pasta Product Market Trends

    • Summary of Major Findings
    • Value-Added Pasta Product Shipments
    • Value-Added Pasta Product Shipment Mix
    • Import Shipments
    • Export Shipments
    • Macaroni and Cheese Mix Retail Sales
    • Shelf-Stable Prepared Pasta Dish Retail Sales
      • Table 7-1 Value of U.S. Value-Added Pasta Product Shipments: 1982-2004 (dollars)
      • Table 7-2 Value of U.S. Value-Added Pasta Product Shipments by Type: 1982-2004 (dollars): Packaged Pasta and Noodle Products, Frozen Pasta Dinner Entree, Frozen Entrees and Side Dishes With Pasta, Frozen Italian Foods, Canned Ravioli, Canned Spaghetti, and Canned Macaroni
      • Table 7-3 U.S. Shipments of Pasta Products Packaged With Other Ingredients: 1992-1999 (pounds and dollars): Spaghetti and Macaroni, and Noodles; Dry, Wet, and Refrigerated
      • Table 7-4 Number of U.S. Value-Added Pasta Product Manufacturers: 1987-1999 (number): Packaged Pasta and Noodle Products, Frozen Pasta Dinner Entree, Frozen Entrees and Side Dishes With Pasta, Canned Ravioli, Canned Spaghetti, and Canned Macaroni
      • Table 7-5 Number of Plants and Facility Operating Ratios for  Value-Added Packaged Macaroni and Noodle Manufacturers: 1992-1999 (number, dollars, and percent)
      • Table 7-6 U.S. Value-Added Pasta Product Imports by Type: 1992-1999 (pounds and dollars): Dry Spaghetti and Macaroni With Sauce, Dry Noodles With Sauce, Canned Pasta, Frozen Stuffed Pasta, and Other Stuffed Pasta
      • Table 7-7 U.S. Value-Added Pasta Product Imports by Type by Major Country of Origin: 1993-1999 (pounds and dollars): Dry Spaghetti and Macaroni With Sauce, Dry Noodles With Sauce, Canned Pasta, Frozen Stuffed Pasta, and Other Stuffed Pasta
      • Table 7-8 U.S. Value-Added Pasta Product Exports by Type: 1992-1999 (pounds and dollars): Dry Spaghetti and Macaroni With Sauce, Dry Noodles With Sauce, Canned Pasta, Frozen Stuffed Pasta, and Other Stuffed Pasta
      • Table 7-9 U.S. Value-Added Pasta Product Exports by Type by Major Country of Destination: 1993-1999 (pounds and dollars): Dry Spaghetti and Macaroni With Sauce, Dry Noodles With Sauce, Canned Pasta, Frozen Stuffed Pasta, and Other Stuffed Pasta
      • Table 7-10 U.S. Retail Dry Macaroni and Cheese Mix Sales and by Distribution Channel: 1994-1999 (pounds and dollars): Supermarkets, Mass Merchandisers, and Drug Stores
      • Table 7-11 U.S. Retail Dry Macaroni and Cheese Mix Sales by Kraft Foods, Private Label, and Other Marketers: 1994-1999 (pounds and dollars)
      • Table 7-12 U.S. Kraft Foods Retail Dry Macaroni and Cheese Mix Sales by Product: 1994 and 1999 (dollars and pounds)
      • Table 7-13 U.S. Retail Shelf-Stable Prepared Pasta Dish Sales by Distribution Channel: 1994-1999 (pounds and dollars): Supermarkets, Mass Merchandisers, and Drug Stores
      • Table 7-14 U.S. Retail Shelf-Stable Prepared Pasta Dish Sales by Major Marketer and Private Label: 1994-1999 (pounds and dollars)
      • Table 7-15 U.S. Retail Shelf-Stable Prepared Pasta Dish Sales for Two Major Marketers by Product: 1994 and 1999 (dollars and pounds)
      • Table 7-16 Number of U.S. Adults Using Complete Packaged Pasta Dinner Mixes and Canned/Jarred Spaghetti/Macaroni by Type and Frequency of Use, Fall 1998 (number): Macaroni and Cheese Dinners, Other Macaroni Dinners, Noodle Dinners, Spaghetti Dinners, Lasagna, Pasta Salads; Canned With and Without Meat, Jarred With and Without Meat; Heavy, Medium, and Light Users

    Section 8: U.S. Value-Added Pasta Product

    • Purchaser Demographics
    • Summary of Major Findings
    • Packaged Pasta Dinner Mix Purchaser Demographics
    • Shelf-Stable Spaghetti/Macaroni Product Purchaser Demographics
    • Microwave Pasta Product Purchaser Demographics
      • Table 8-1 Ranking of U.S. Adults' Likelihood to Use Complete Packaged Pasta Dinner Mixes and Canned/Jarred Spaghetti/Macaroni for the Top Fifteen Demographic Characteristics, Fall 1998 (percent and index)
      • Table 8-2 Number of U.S. Adults Using Complete Packaged Pasta Dinner Mixes and Their Likelihood to Use by Demographic Characteristic, Fall 1998 (number, percent, and index): Sex, Age, Race and Ethnicity, Marital Status, Household Income, Education, Occupation, Household Size, Children by Age, and Region
      • Table 8-3 U.S. Adults' Likelihood to Use Complete Packaged Pasta Dinner Mixes by Product Type by Demographic Characteristic, Fall 1998 (index): Sex, Age, Race and Ethnicity, Marital Status, Household Income, Education, Occupation, Household Size, Children by Age, and Region
      • Table 8-4 Percent of U.S. Adults Using Complete Packaged Pasta Dinner Mixes and Their Likelihood to Use by Frequency of Use by Demographic Characteristic, Fall 1998 (percent and index): Heavy, Medium, and Light Users; Sex, Age, Race and Ethnicity, Marital Status, Household Income, Education, Occupation, Household Size, Children by Age, and Region
      • Table 8-5 U.S. Adults' Likelihood to Use Complete Packaged Pasta Dinner Mixes for Six Leading Brands by Demographic Characteristic, Fall 1998 (index): Sex, Age, Race and Ethnicity, Marital Status, Household Income, Education, Occupation, Household Size, Children by Age, and Region
      • Table 8-6 Number of U.S. Adults Using Canned/Jarred Spaghetti/Macaroni and Their Likelihood to Use by Demographic Characteristic, Fall 1998 (number, percent, and index): Sex, Age, Race and Ethnicity, Marital Status, Household Income, Education, Occupation, Household Size, Children by Age, and Region
      • Table 8-7 U.S. Adults' Likelihood to Use Canned/Jarred Spaghetti/Macaroni by Product Type by Demographic Characteristic, Fall 1998 (index): Sex, Age, Race and Ethnicity, Marital Status, Household Income, Education, Occupation, Household Size, Children by Age, and Region
      • Table 8-8 Percent of U.S. Adults Using Canned/Jarred Spaghetti/Macaroni and Their Likelihood to Use by Frequency of Use by Demographic Characteristic, Fall 1998 (percent and index): Heavy, Medium, and Light Users; Sex, Age, Race and Ethnicity, Marital Status, Household Income, Education, Occupation, Household Size, Children by Age, and Region
      • Table 8-9 U.S. Adults' Likelihood to Use Canned/Jarred Spaghetti/Macaroni for Six Leading Brands by Demographic Characteristic, Fall 1998 (index): Sex, Age, Race and Ethnicity, Marital Status, Household Income, Education, Occupation, Household Size, Children by Age, and Region
      • Table 8-10 Number of U.S. Households Using Microwave Pasta Products and Their Likelihood to Use by Demographic Characteristic, Spring 1998 (Number, Percent, and Index): Sex, Age, Race and Ethnicity, Marital Status, Household Income, Education, Occupation, Household Size, Children by Age, and Region

    Section 9: Canadian Pasta Market Trends

    • Summary of Major Findings
    • Pasta and Value-Added Pasta Product Supply
    • Factory Shipments
    • Import Shipments
    • Export Shipments
      • Table 9-1 Canadian Supply of Pasta and Value-Added Pasta Products: 1993-1999 (pounds and Canadian dollars): Dry Spaghetti and Macaroni, Dry Noodles, and Value-Added Pasta Products
      • Table 9-2 Value of Canadian Pasta and Value-Added Pasta Product Shipments: 1989-1999 (Canadian dollars): Dry Spaghetti and Macaroni, Dry Noodles, and Value-Added Pasta Products
      • Table 9-3 Canadian Quantity Pasta and Value-Added Pasta Product Shipments: 1989-1999 (pounds): Dry Spaghetti and Macaroni, Dry Noodles, and Value-Added Pasta Products
      • Table 9-4 Canadian Average Value per Pound of Pasta and Value-Added Pasta Product Shipped: 1989-1999 (Canadian dollars): Dry Spaghetti and Macaroni, Dry Noodles, and Value-Added Pasta Products
      • Table 9-5 Canadian Imports of Pasta and Value-Added Pasta Products: 1993-1998 (pounds and Canadian dollars): Dry Spaghetti and Macaroni, Dry Noodles, and Value-Added Pasta Products
      • Table 9-6 Canadian Imports of Pasta and Value-Added Pasta Products by Type and Major Country of Origin: 1993-1998 (pounds and Canadian dollars): Dry Spaghetti and Macaroni, Stuffed Pasta and Other Value-Added Pasta Products, Dry Noodles, and Other Value-Added Pasta Products
      • Table 9-7 Canadian Exports of Pasta and Value-Added Pasta Products 1993-1998 (pounds and Canadian dollars): Dry Spaghetti and Macaroni, Dry Noodles, and Value-Added Pasta Products
      • Table 9-8 Canadian Exports of Pasta and Value-Added Pasta Products by Type and Major Country of Destination: 1993-1998 (pounds and Canadian dollars): Dry Spaghetti and Macaroni, Dry Noodles, Stuffed Pasta, and Other Value-Added Pasta Products

    Section 10: Profiles of Major Pasta Product Marketers

    • American Italian Pasta Co.
      • Company Products and Manufacturing Capability
      • Products and Brands
      • Marketing and Distribution
      • Capital Investments
      • International Expansion
      • Sales and Profit Trends
    • Archer-Daniels-Midland Co.
      • Gooch Foods
      • Retail Dry Pasta Sales
    • Ateeco, Inc.
      • Pasta Products
      • Retail Sales and Market Share
    • Barilla S.p.A.
      • U.S. Manufacturing Plant
      • Retail Sales and Market Share
    • Bestfoods
      • Pasta Marketing and U.S. Production
      • Retail Sales and Market Share
      • Consumer Demographics
    • Borden Foods Holdings Corp.
      • Pasta Brands and Plants
      • Sales and Market Share
      • Consumer Demographics
    • Campbell Soup Co.
      • Franco-American Pasta
      • Retail Sales and Market Share
      • Consumer Demographics
    • Dakota Growers Pasta Co.
      • Pasta Products and Markets
      • Acquisition of Primo Piatto and Mill Expansion
      • Sales and Profit Trends
    • Foulds, Inc.
      • Pasta Products and Retail Sales
    • H.J. Heinz Co.
      • Pasta Products
      • Demographics of Canned Pasta Customers
    • The Hain Food Group, Inc.
      • Deboles Nutritional Foods
      • Strategic Alliance With Heinz
    • High Liner Foods, Inc.
      • Frozen Pasta Products
      • Retail Sales and Market Share
    • International Home Foods, Inc.
      • Chef Boyardee Products and Markets
      • Retail Prepared Pasta Dish Sales
      • Demographics of Canned Pasta and Pasta Dinner Mix Customers
    • Lancaster Colony Corp.
      • Pasta Products and Retail Sales
    • Monterey Pasta Co.
      • Pasta and Sauce Products
      • Distribution
      • Acquisitions
      • Sales and Profit Trends
    • Nestlé S.A.
      • Pasta Products and Retail Sales
      • Demographics of Contadina and Libby Pasta Product Customers
    • New World Pasta LLC
      • Pasta Products and Brands
      • Retail Sales and Market Share
      • Consumer Demographics
    • Nisshin Flour Milling Co.
      • U.S. Pasta Manufacturing Plant
    • Philip Morris Companies, Inc.
      • Kraft Food Pasta Products and Retail Sales
      • Macaroni and Cheese Consumer Demographics
    • Provena Foods, Inc.
      • Royal-Angelus Division Markets
      • Sales and Profit Trends
    • The Quaker Oats Co.
      • Value-Added Pasta Products
      • Pasta Dinner Mix Demographics
      • Retail Dry Pasta Sales and Consumer Demographics
    • World Finer Foods
      • Dry Pasta Retail Sales