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Baby products sales value quarterly in the Netherlands 2014/15

This statistic shows the sales value of baby consumables in the Netherlands, from the quarter period ending March 30, 2014 to quarter ending December 27, 2015. For the quarter ending March 30, 2014, baby consumable sales were worth around 129 million euros.

Sales value of baby consumables in the Netherlands from 1st quarter 2014 to 4th quarter 2015*

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Source

Release date

January 2016

Region

Netherlands

Survey time period

March 2014 to December 2015

Supplementary notes

Data based on quarter period ending evaluation. Baby consumerables include nappies, baby food, baby milk, baby drinks and baby toiletries.

Market channels used to source data include hypermarkets, supermarkets, hard discounters and drugstores.

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