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Food and Beverage

Food is not just one of the biggest pleasures of life: it is a vital industry worldwide that employs over half a million people and a turnover in excess of £70bn in the United Kingdom alone. With the improved economic conditions of the BRICS population, more and more business opportunities continue to arise.

To stay current with what’s going on in the global industry or in your target market; browse Research and Market’s Food and Beverage sub-category. We provide you with industry reports, quarterly trackers, company profiles, statistics and forecasts.

The product coverage is extensive. Both Food (including canned and preserved food, chilled processed food, dried, frozen food, packaged food, food colours, and milk and dairy products) and Food Service are covered. Beverage topics include alcoholic drinks, soft drinks, hot drinks, functional drinks (such as energy drinks, sports drinks, and elixirs), and carbonated drinks.

Agriculture, with agrochemicals and fertilizers and animal feedstuff, is also featured. This sub-category also includes publications about tobacco.
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Tea in Greece

Despite the lack of a tea drinking culture in Greece, tea performed better than expected in 2013 and 2014, although it witnessed a decline in both value and volume terms in both these years. Large investment...

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Pasta in Cameroon

Pasta products remain a strong alternative to rice. There are various reasons why sales are expected to increase. Players entering Cameroon are selling cheaper pasta products, encouraging consumers...

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Sauces, Dressings and Condiments in Cameroon

Sauces, dressings and condiments are popular in Cameroon. As key ingredients for meals they are bought in large quantities by households and cooks looking to add some flavour to popular dishes enjoyed...

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Noodles in Serbia

Noodles products only appeared in Serbia in 2005. Being such an immature category, it is only natural that it is very underdeveloped. This is backed up by the fact that only plain noodles had significant...

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Pasta in Serbia

There were just a few new launches in 2014 in Serbia. Furthermore, companies were not very active in terms of marketing support for their products either. This is because pasta has had steady growth...

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Bottled Water in Azerbaijan

The two key reasons behind growth in bottled water are consumers’ increasing concerns with the quality of tap water and rising disposable incomes. The low quality of tap water, which is the main substitute...

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Carbonates in Azerbaijan

At the end of the review period, there were some efforts by manufacturers of non-cola carbonates to boost off-trade impulse purchases. The healthy rise in demand led to high investment in local manufacturing...

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Sports Nutrition in Costa Rica

Different combined factors are currently impacting the performance of sports nutrition products in Costa Rica, the increasing sports participation being one of the key sales drivers in 2014. Over the...

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Weight Management in Costa Rica

Local consumers are more willing to adopt weight management products, not only to support sports participation, which has certainly increased amongst locals over the past years; but also to offset the...

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Energy Drinks in Azerbaijan

The popularity of energy drinks continues to increase among younger people. Energy drinks are often consumed in cafes and night clubs as an alternative to alcoholic drinks. The main consumer group that...

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RTD Coffee in France

Volume and current value sales of RTD coffee increased by 3% and 13% in 2014. This category is small, and consequently has some potential for growth in France. Purchased by urban citizens, these products...

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Global Legislation for Food Contact Materials. Woodhead Publishing Series in Food Science, Technology and Nutrition

Food contact materials such as packaging, storage containers and processing surfaces can pose a substantial hazard to both food manufacturer and consumer due to the migration of chemicals or other substances...

Published:  April 2015

RTD Tea in France

Total volume sales of RTD tea increased by 4% in 2014, driven by the performance of still RTD tea and sales in the off-trade channel. This was better growth compared with the CAGR achieved over the...

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Sweet and Savoury Snacks in Cameroon

A burgeoning middle class is embracing the consumption of chips/crisps and popcorn. Popcorn has always been popular as it is the cheapest snack product and also relatively easy to find and affordable...

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Soup in Serbia

Instant soup grew quickly in Serbia during the review period and the strong growth continued in 2014. It accounted for 17%of overall soup retail volume sales in 2014, but in retail value terms the percentage...

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Tea in Dominican Republic

Off-trade volume sales rose by 1% in 2014, strongly based on the performance of herbal/traditional medicinal teas’ performance, which posted a 4% increase. Herbal/traditional medicinal teas, which posted...

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RTD Coffee in Azerbaijan

Towards the end of the review period, growth was driven by the increasing number of supermarket and hypermarket chains and new product launches like OD Gourmet Ice Coffee (O-Dean Foods/Eff Co Ltd Taiwan)...

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RTD Tea in Azerbaijan

A few years ago, with sales rising from a low base, the area was totally dependent on imports, with volume sales rising at single-digit pace. However, the area then made a breakthrough in terms of expansion...

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Sweet and Savoury Snacks in Serbia

A relatively high number of new product launches appeared in 2013 and 2014 as a result of the category’s full recovery. It recorded high growth rates in 2013 and 2014 and this, combined with harsher...

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Soft Drinks in France

Soft drinks posted low but still positive value growth in 2014. Volume sales also increased again, driven by population growth and the decline in consumption of alcoholic drinks, in particular on-trade....

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