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Beverage

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Last orders for the Beverage Industry? Not at all. Drinking is a fundamental aspect of human culture and an ingredient of social interaction: whether it’s a hot coffee or an afternoon tea, a refreshing juice or a sparkling wine, people have plenty of excuses to spend on drinking. And yes, we do need 2 litres of water per day. So, despite the economic downturn, the beverage industry provides lots of business opportunities. Don’t miss them.

The reports, subscriptions, and books listed under Research and Markets’ Beverage category will allow you to keep up-to-date with any changes to the market, and how those changes can affect you. With reliable historical data and forecasts, they are invaluable resources for strategic planning.

This category’s coverage include both alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks. To help you quickly find the publications dealing with your specific market we have created six sub-categories focusing on Soft Drinks, Beer, Wine, Hot Drinks, Spirits, and Bottled Water.

Hundreds of companies that operate in today's market are featured in our publications, including global leading players such as PepsiCo, The Coca-Cola Company, Campari, Foster, Carlsberg, Diageo, Heineken, Virgin Drinks, Pernod Ricard, and more. Show Less
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Libya Food and Drink Report Q2 2015

BMI View: The Libyan food and drink industry will continue to suffer from worsening political instability and severe government spending cuts. The dire humanitarian situation will also contribute to...

February 2015

Brazil Food and Drink Report Q2 2015

We forecast real private consumption growth at 1.3% in Brazil, down from 1.5% in 2014 and 2.6% in 2013, on the back of anaemic GDP growth. A less favourable external environment in light of an ongoing...

February 2015

Germany Food and Drink Report Q2 2015

BMI View: We have downgraded our outlook for Germany's food and drink sector on account of subdued private consumption, weak exports and a protracted economic slowdown. Between 2014 and 2019, total...

February 2015

Chile Food and Drink Report Q2 2015

BMI View: We maintain a positive outlook for Chile's food and drink industry as its food consumption is expected to expand by 5.9% year-on-year in 2015 and maintain a slightly higher compound annual...

February 2015

Tunisia Food and Drink Report Q2 2015

BMI View: We forecast GDP growth to accelerate to 3.9% in 2015 and 4.2% in 2016, from 2.3% in 2014, as the stabilisation of the political situation results in renewed business and consumer confidence. Reflecting...

February 2015

RTD Coffee in Brazil

After exponential off-trade volume sales growth of 615% in 2013, which expanded the market size to three million litres, a 5% decrease was recorded in 2014. This was mostly due to natural adjustments...

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RTD Tea in Brazil

Although Brazilians are not used to drinking tea on a regular basis, there is a general perception that it is light, healthy and quenches thirst. Such attributes are slowing changing consumers’ habits...

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RTD Tea in Egypt

RTD tea remained relatively unpopular in Egypt in 2014 as the product is still very unfamiliar to Egyptians and hot, fresh tea and mint tea are traditional products that are both cheap and widely available....

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RTD Tea in Israel

As a result of the competition between Fuze Tea and Nestea, various price promotions were seen in 2014 in order to win over consumers.. The RTD Tea in Israel report offers a comprehensive guide to...

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Soft Drinks in Egypt

Even with some instability in the economy in Egypt during 2014, sales of soft drinks recovered, benefiting from the political situation becoming more stable during the year as curfews were no longer...

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Sports Drinks in Egypt

Sports drinks are a relatively unknown concept in Egypt and are only available in the off-trade in the country. The majority of middle- and low-income consumers are not familiar with sports drinks and...

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Sports Drinks in Brazil

Due to the popularity of sports drinks during big sports events, the FIFA World Cup in Brazil in 2014 drove opportunities for innovation in marketing campaigns and new product development. For instance,...

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Breweries in the US

Breweries in the US During the five years to 2015, the Breweries industry has benefited from consumers opting for a growing variety of craft-style beers made from local microbreweries. Additionally,...

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RTD Coffee in Egypt

RTD coffee is still a small category in Egypt in 2014 as the product is still unfamiliar to many Egyptians, but benefited from a range of new product launches towards the end of the review period. While...

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Coffee in South Korea

Coffee in South Korea recorded 5% growth in off-trade value in 2014. The growth slowed down over the review period, mainly affected by a slowdown of instant coffee which accounted for 98% of total volume...

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Other Hot Drinks in South Korea

In South Korea, chocolate-based flavoured powder drinks accounted for most sales of other hot drinks, with an 83% of sales in other hot drinks in off-trade value terms in 2014. Primary consumers of...

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Tea in South Korea

Tea in South Korea continued to record negative growth over the review period, both in off-trade volume and value terms. Green tea continued to decline in popularity in 2014, but herbal/fruit tea, instant...

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Soft Drinks in Brazil

Seasonal factors such as late Carnival and special events like the FIFA World Cup positively influenced soft drinks’ performance in 2014. The industry also benefited from interesting new product launches,...

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Soft Drinks in Israel

The health and wellness trend had a significant effect on soft drinks sales over the review period as a whole. Leading players released new products with health and wellness benefits, which, due to...

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Energy Drinks in Brazil

Economy packages, one and two litre PET bottles, continued to growth their participation in energy drinks. This trend is being led and used by regional manufacturers, which adopt low price positioning...

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