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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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RTD Coffee in Spain

RTD coffee in a very underdeveloped category in Spain, with limited penetration and a small number of products available. This is attributed to the fact that Spanish consumers prefer freshly made hot...

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RTD Tea in Spain

Despite the preference of consumers for healthier varieties of soft drinks, in 2014 RTD tea continued to struggle to appeal to consumers. In fact across 2014, Spaniards maintained very rational purchasing...

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Bottled Water in Argentina

Volumes remain resilient in the context of price increases. Double-digit inflation negatively impacts mineral water and flavoured water while other still water (mainly bulk water), continues growing...

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Bottled Water in Venezuela

Bottled water continued to see increasing demand in 2014 with factors such as price control and failures in the supply of pipe water, as well as its unsanitary condition, supporting volume growth in...

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Carbonates in Argentina

Argentinean off-trade carbonates consumption, at 142 litres per capita per year, is the highest in the world. Three reasons have been identified that explain the love of carbonates among Argentineans:...

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Carbonates in Venezuela

Carbonates represents the preferred drinking option by Venezuelans, thus holding 59% of total soft drinks volume sales in 2014. The versatility that Venezuelans can find in carbonates and the fact that...

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Concentrates in Venezuela

Concentrates volume sales continue to be adversely affected by a limited product offering, which is the result of the increasing limitations to the access of foreign exchange. Although imported brands...

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RTD Tea in Venezuela

RTD tea continues to see positive expansion, which is driven by both new entrants and favourable health perceptions towards tea-based beverages. For instance, Convelac CA, a domestic company involved...

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RTD Coffee in Ireland

RTD coffee experienced significant growth in 2014 with total value sales of €2.1 million, up 55% on the previous year. In a category that had relatively few brands in previous years, the launch of the...

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Bottled Water in Colombia

During 2014, bottled water continued its expansion, growing by 3% in volume and 9% in current value terms. This increase was caused by the continued rise in disposable income, expansion of the health...

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Carbonates in Colombia

2014 was a weak year for carbonates, as total volume sales growth dropped to 1% for the first time in the review period, despite the main companies’ strong advertising campaigns to encourage consumption....

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RTD Coffee in Colombia

During 2014, RTD coffee had total volume growth of 26% due to its low level of maturity and more specifically the development of Colcafé Café Helado by Nutresa SA. This brand was launched in 2012 at...

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Soft Drinks in Cameroon

Ongoing urbanisation, a growing population and rising incomes all helped fuel the growth of soft drinks in Cameroon in 2014. In fact, overall value sales of soft drinks have more than doubled over the...

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Soft Drinks in Lithuania

In 2014 each category in soft drinks dealt with its own unique set of issues. A rebounding economy and warm weather during the crucial summer season lifted sales of carbonates and bottled water, but...

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Soft Drinks in Peru

During 2014, there were some categories of soft drinks which performed well and showed promising growth rates; however, other important categories stagnated or maintained a declining trend, affecting...

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Soft Drinks in Slovenia

Due to the ongoing adverse economic situation and low consumer purchasing power, 2014 was another tough year for soft drinks in Slovenia. Deeply ingrained frugality was evident in many aspects of consumer...

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Soft Drinks in Latvia

Soft drinks are secondary need products, which people tend to buy more of only when they witness improving purchasing power. Latvia’s economic performance has provided more confidence for consumers,...

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Hot Drinks in Kenya

Whilst sales of hot drinks continued to increase in both value and volume terms in 2014, the growth was slower than it was the previous year. The increased adoption of western culture amongst working...

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Soft Drinks in Tunisia

There was strong review period growth for soft drinks in Tunisia, with sales being boosted by a number of positive factors. Growth was notably supported by rising disposable income levels and, towards...

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Coffee in Morocco

Although menthe tea is still the most popular hot drink in Morocco, coffee has gained popularity during the latter years of the review period. The large expansion of small independent cafés, along with...

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