MarketTrend: Kosher- and Halal-Certified Foods in the U.S. delivers an in-depth analysis of the market for kosher and halal foods in the United States, with an emphasis on opportunities in the mainstream market.


The report discusses the many similarities between kosher and halal foods:

Both involve dietary laws derived from ancient sacred texts

Ritual slaughter emphasizes respect for the animal

Forbidden ingredients include those derived from human hair, bird feathers, and other unsavory sources that are acceptable to U.S. government agencies

Standards for food production are far more rigorous than those required by the U.S.





Important differences are also addressed:

The Jewish population in the United States is small - less than 2% - and is expected to decline, both in the U.S. and worldwide.

A significant percentage of kosher consumers in America are not Jewish. They buy kosher because they believe it is safer, better, healthier.

Muslims represent less than 1% of the U.S. population. Globally, on the other hand, one in five individuals practice the faith.





"Halal" applies to all facets of Islamic life, from banking to toothpaste.

Americans are largely unaware of the halal concept and its attractive attributes pertaining to food.



In MarketTrend: Kosher- and Halal-Certified Foods in the U.S., Packaged Facts maintains that the number of mainstream products that have obtained kosher certification has reached critical mass, and so has the share of consumers who deliberately seek out kosher foods. As for halal, few Americans have even heard of it. In order to grow these markets, companies must educate consumers about the benefits that define these foods and third-party certification thereof.

市场趋势:犹太Kosher和清真Halal认证食品在美国,Packaged Facts认为,获得犹太Kosehr认证的主流产品的数量已达到临界数量,刻意去寻求犹太Kosher食品的消费者的份额。 至于清真Halal,很多的美国人都没听过。 为了发展这些市场,公司必须教育消费者了解这些食品的好处及其第三方认证。

Among the most promising prospects:

The large number of consumers who are concerned about food safety and are skeptical about food labeling

Those on gluten-free or meatless diets


Asian Americans, who eat less dairy and drink less alcohol compared to the overall U.S. population

Those who practice ethical consumerism








The kosher foods market has many facets and no definitive parameters, so accurate sales data are difficult to come by. Packaged Facts employs innovative methodologies to unravel the complexities of the market. By synthesizing information from government agencies, syndicated research services, and interviews with industry executives and consumers, Packaged Facts is able to provide sales data for the diverse segments of the market for certified kosher foods.

Specifically, Packaged Facts estimates that sales of certified kosher foods swelled from nearly $150 billion in 2003 to more than $200 billion in 2008, demonstrating a compound annual growth rate twice that of the overall food market. The increase is largely attributable to the rising number of certified products, as well as a growing number of consumers who deliberately seek out kosher foods. Packaged Facts does not see traditional or "ethnic" kosher foods contributing to market growth.

犹太Kosher食品市场有许多方面,没有确定的参数,因此很难获得准确的销售数据。 包装事实采用创新的方法来解开市场的复杂性。 Packaged Facts通过综合来自政府机构,银团研究服务以及对行业管理人员和消费者的采访的信息,能够为认证的犹太Kosher食品的市场的不同部分提供销售数据。

具体来说,Packered Facts估计,认证的犹太Kosher食品的销售从2003年的近1500亿美元猛增到2008年的超过2000亿美元,这表明复合年增长率是整个食品市场的两倍。 增加主要是由于认证产品数量的增加,以及越来越多的消费者故意寻找犹太Kosher食品。Packaged Facts并没有看到传统或种族的犹太Kosher食品有助于市场增长。


Packaged Facts forecasts the total market for certified kosher food will approach $260 billion, while sales of products that are purchased because they are kosher will fall between $14 billion (low estimate) and $17 billion (high estimate).

Because the concept of a market for certified halal foods is a fairly new phenomenon, Muslims compose a very small share of the U.S. population, and many of the countries that are home to large Muslim populations have just begun to monitor and quantify sales, hard data are virtually nonexistent. In MarketTrend: Kosher- and Halal-Certified Foods in the U.S., Packaged Facts examines all of the available data to draw a portrait of Muslims in the U.S, as followers of Islam, as Americans, and as consumers.

No other market research report provides the comprehensive analysis, extensive data, and unique insights on the similarities and differences in these two traditions of faith-based consumption. In particular, Packaged Facts analyzes opportunities for U.S. kosher and halal food producers to target mainstream Americans as well as promising niches like Asian Americans, ethical consumers, and "foodies."

Packaged Facts预测,认证的犹太Kosher食品的总市场将接近2,600亿美元,而因为他们是Kosher而购买的产品的销售将在140亿美元(低估)和170亿美元(高估)之间。

因为认证清真Halal食品市场的概念是一个相当新的现象,穆斯林在美国人口中占很小比例,许多拥有大量穆斯林人口的国家刚刚开始监测和量化销售,确实的数据实际上不存在。Packaged Facts审查的所有可用数据画了一个美国穆斯林、穆斯林、美国人和消费者的图表。没有其他市场研究报告提供独到的见解与综合分析,广泛的数据,在基于信仰的消费这两种传统的异同。特别是,Packaged Facts分析美国犹太Kosher和清真Halal食品生产商面向主流美国人以及有前途的小众市场,如亚裔美国人,道德消费者和“美食家”。

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