Food and Beverage: Impact of Coronavirus on the Sector

This sector would be one of the least affected by the covid-19 crisis in Central America, which would be partly explained by the performance of bottled water sales and dairy marketing.

Thursday, March 19, 2020

The "Information System for the Impact Analysis of covid-19 on Business", prepared by the Trade Intelligence Unit of CentralAmericaData, measures the degree of impact that the crisis will have on companies according to their sector or economic activity, during the coming months.

It is estimated that the Seafood Preparation and Packaging sector is among the activities that would suffer the greatest impact in the coming months. Another sector that is in the group of those that will be impacted, but in lesser magnitude, is the Production of soft drinks and other non-alcoholic beverages.

According to projections from the interactive information system, Food and Beverage sales will be among the least impacted in this context, especially when compared to sectors such as Entertainment, Hotels or Transportation.

The information system can help you to answer questions such as:

How and how much will my company be affected?
How much could the demand for my products and services fall in the medium term?
Which sectors are most at risk of registering significant falls in their sales?
How many of my customers and suppliers could face problems?


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