Academic Research

Food Industry Monitor: The performance of Italian companies of the food and beverage sector

Food Industry Monitor is the observatory on the Italian food & beverage sector that analyzes the performance of 835 companies operating in 15 sectors. The sample represents about 71% of the companies operating in the F&B market.

 

Informazioni preliminari

SCIENTIFIC MANAGER: Carmine Garzia

OTHER UNISG RESEARCHERS INVOLVED: Michele Antonio Fino, Francesco Maria Gentile

PARTNERSHIP: Ceresio Investors (Switzerland), Fondazione Cariplo (Italy), Fondazione CRC (Italy)

DURATION OF THE PROJECT: First edition project 2015 – in progress

MAIN INTERDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH AREA IN UNISG: Environment

SDGs:

 

Description

The research analyzes:

  • the performance of companies in the food industry
  • the performance of companies in the food industry;
  • medium-term growth and profitability prospects;
  • the determinants of operating profitability, productivity and growth;
  • the characteristics of companies’ business models;
  • the link between business models and economic and competitive performance.

The results of the observatory are presented annually and are disseminated through the website and through publications created in collaboration with EGEA, the main Italian publisher of economics and management. The analyzed segments are:

  • Mineral waters;
  • Beer;
  • Coffee;
  • Preserved foods;
  • Spirits;
  • Confectionery and bakery products;
  • Flours;
  • Food equipment: machineries and tools for food and beverage production;
  • Packaging: made up of bioplastics, plastic, aluminium and carboard;
  • Milk and dairy products;
  • Oils and fats;
  • Fresh and dried Pasta;
  • Meat products;
  • Frozen food;
  • Wine: cooperatives, integrated producers, trader and producers of Spumante and Prosecco.

For more information on past and future conferences and to download annual public reports visit the website.

 

Website

foodindustrymonitor.com

 

Publications

 

News about the project

Food Industry Monitor 2024