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Global Beverages Report

  • ID: 1057950
  • August 2009
  • Region: Global
  • 449 Pages
  • TriMark Publications

FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Anheuser Busch InBev
  • Carlsberg
  • Fortune Brands, Inc.
  • Heineken
  • Nestle S.A.
  • Pernod Ricard
  • MORE

Until recently, the beverages market was divided simply between alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages. As consumers’ tastes grew more sophisticated and demand surged for a variety of beverage options catering to lifestyle changes and health concerns, the beverages industry has responded with a dizzying array of options to choose from.

This report focuses on the U.S. and world markets for beverages across several broad categories. For the purposes of this study the global beverages markets is divided into the following product segments include:

1) Alcoholic beverages such as wines, beers and spirits;

2) Non-alcoholic beverages such as bottled water and milk;

3) Brewed beverages such as coffees and teas;

4) Carbonated beverages such as sodas and soft drinks;

5) Non-carbonated juice products both fresh and pre-packaged; and

6) Energy drinks which are generally caffeinated beverages in both carbonated and non-carbonated forms.

For each market segment, this study presents the latest information on size, growth rates, sales projections and factors influencing growth in the U.S. and internationally.

FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Anheuser Busch InBev
  • Carlsberg
  • Fortune Brands, Inc.
  • Heineken
  • Nestle S.A.
  • Pernod Ricard
  • MORE

1. Introduction
1.1 Objectives
1.2 Scope
1.3 Methodology
1.4 Executive Summary

2. Global Outlook
2.1 Soft Drinks
2.2 Bottled Water
2.3 Carbonates
2.4 Fruit Juices
2.5 Alcoholic
2.6 Brewed

3. Market for Beverages in Selected Countries
3.1 Beverage Market in the U.S.
3.1.1 U.S. Emerging Beverages
3.1.2 U.S. Kids Beverages
3.1.3 U.S. Organic Beverages Market
3.2 Beverage Market in Canada
3.3 Beverages Market in the E.U.
3.4 Beverages Market in France
3.5 Beverage Market in Italy
3.6 Beverage Market in China
3.7 Beverages Market in India
3.8 Beverages Market in Mexico
3.9 The Health-related Problems of Calories-rich Beverages

4. Tea
4.1 Antioxidants in Tea
4.2 Composition of Tea
4.3 Types of Tea
4.4 The Three Major Varietals of Tea
4.4.1 White Tea
4.4.2 Green Tea
4.4.3 Oolong Tea
4.4.4 Black Tea
4.4.5 Chai Tea
4.4.6 Scented Tea
4.5 Grading of Tea
4.6 Tea Production and Processing
4.6.1 Plucking
4.7 Black Tea Manufacture
4.7.1 Withering
4.7.2 Rolling
4.7.3 Oxidization
4.7.4 Drying
4.8 Green Tea Manufacture
4.9 Tasting and Blending
4.10 Sorting and Packaging
4.11 Herbal Teas
4.11.1 Rooibos
4.11.2 Yerba Mate
4.11.3 Peppermint Tea
4.11.4 Polyphenol Contents in Herbal Tea
4.12 Global Production of Tea
4.13 Black Teas Popularity
4.14 Tea in India
4.14.1 Tea Export from India
4.15 Tea in Sri Lanka
4.15.1 Tea Export from Sri Lanka
4.16 Tea in Kenya
4.17 Tea in Turkey
4.17.1 Specialty Tea Market in Turkey
4.18 Tea in Indonesia
4.18.1 Indonesian Tea Export
4.19 U.S. Tea Market
4.19.1 U.S. Ready-To-Drink (RTD) Tea Market
4.19.2 The Popularity of Tea in the U.S
4.20 Canadian Tea and Coffee Markets
4.20.1 Tea Consumption in Canada in 2008

5. Coffee
5.1 Caffeine
5.2 Physiological Effects of Coffee
5.3 Decaffeination
5.4 Field Processing of Coffee
5.5 Dry Method of Coffee Processing
5.6 Wet Method of Coffee Processing
5.7 Roasting of Coffee
5.8 Coffee DrinksTypes
5.8.1 Arab or Turkish coffee
5.8.2 The Filter Method
5.8.3 The Plunger/Cafetiere
5.8.4 The Jug Coffee
5.8.5 Espresso and Cappuccino Coffee
5.8.6 The Moka-Nepoletana Coffee
5.8.7 The Percolator Coffee
5.8.8 Instant Coffee
5.8.9 Flavored Coffees
5.9 World Coffee Market in 2008
5.10 Global Coffee Production
5.11 Global Coffee Market: Overview
5.12 Coffee in India
5.12.1 Coffee Production in India
5.12.2 Coffee Consumption in India
5.12.3 Coffee Exports from India
5.13 Coffee in Brazil
5.13.1 Coffee Production in Brazil
5.12.2 Coffee Consumption in Brazil
5.13.3 Coffee Export from Brazil
5.14 Coffee in Colombia
5.14.1 Colombian Coffee Production
5.14.2 Colombian Coffee Export
5.15 Coffee in Indonesia
5.15.1 Coffee Production in Indonesia
5.15.2 Coffee Consumption in Indonesia
5.15.3 Coffee Export from Indonesia
5.16 Coffee in Ethiopia
5.16.1 Coffee Export from Ethiopia
5.16.2 Coffee Production in Ethiopia
5.17 Coffee in Vietnam
5.17.1 Coffee Production in Vietnam
5.17.2 Coffee Export from Vietnam
5.18 Coffee in Venezuela
5.19 Coffee in Rwanda
5.20 Coffee in Philippines
5.21 Coffee in Angola
5.22 Coffee in Bolivia
5.23 Coffee in Burundi
5.24 Coffee in Cameroon
5.25 Coffee in Congo
5.26 Coffee in Costa Rica
5.27 Coffee in Cuba
5.28 Coffee in Dominican Republic
5.29 Coffee in Ecuador
5.30 Coffee in El Salvador
5.31 Coffee in Guatemala
5.32 Coffee in Honduras
5.33 Coffee in Jamaica
5.34 Coffee in Madagascar
5.35 Coffee in Mexico
5.35.1 Coffee Trade in Mexico
5.36 Coffee in Nicaragua
5.37 Coffee in Peru
5.38 Coffee in Tanzania
5.39 Coffee in Uganda
5.40 Global Coffee Production Time Table
5.41 Coffee in Japan
5.42 Coffee in the U.S.
5.43 Coffee Market in the E.U.
5.43.1 Coffee Market in Austria
5.43.2 Coffee Market in Denmark
5.43.3 Coffee Market in Finland
5.43.4 Coffee Market in France
5.43.5 Coffee Market in Germany
5.43.6 Coffee Market in Greece
5.43.7 Coffee Market in Ireland
5.43.8 Coffee Market in Italy
5.43.9 Coffee Market in Netherlands
5.43.10 Coffee Market in Portugal
5.43.11 Coffee Market in Spain
5.43.12 Coffee Market in Sweden
5.43.13 Coffee Market in Switzerland
5.43.14 Coffee Market in U.K.
5.43.15 Coffee Market in Russia

6. Cocoa
6.1 Nutritive Value of Cocoa
6.2 Manufacturing of Cocoa
6.3 Cocoa Facts
6.4 Cocoa Production in 2007
6.5 Cocoa Supply, Demand and Stocks
6.6 Trends in Cocoa Production
6.7 Cocoa and Chocolate Consumption
6.8 Global Cocoa Market
6.9 Global Cocoa Consumption
6.10 Global Cocoa Trade

7. Milk and Milk Beverages
7.1 Global Milk Production
7.2 Global Milk Trade
7.3 U.S. Fluid Milk Market
7.4 U.S. Milk and Dairy Alternative Beverages
7.5 Milk Beverages Market in the E.U.
7.6 Milk in China
7.6.1 Opportunities for Foreign Companies
7.6.2 Milk Imports in China

8. Bottled Water
8.1 Role of Water in the Body
8.2 Need for Bottled Water
8.3 Arguments in Support of Bottled Water
8.4 Arguments against Bottled Water
8.5 Tips for Buying and Storing Bottled Water
8.6 Types of Bottled Water
8.7 Afterlife for Empty Water Bottles
8.8 The Hot Market in China for Empty Water Bottles
8.9 Global Bottled Water Market
8.10 Future of Bottled Water
8.11 Global Bottled Water Companies
8.12 Leading Global Brands of Bottled Water
8.13 U.S. Bottled Water Market
8.14 Canadian Bottled Water Industry
8.14.1 Canadian Domestic Market
8.14.2 Canadian Exports and Imports
8.15 Bottled Water in Asia and Middle East
8.16 Bottled Water Market in U.K.

9. Fruit Juices
9.1 Classification of Fruit Juices
9.2 Global Fruit Juice Consumption
9.3 Global Fruit Juices Market
9.4 Global Market for Orange Juice
9.4.1 Global Orange Juice Production
9.4.2 Orange Juice in Brazil
9.4.3 Orange Juice in the U.S.
9.4.4 Orange Juice in Costa Rica
9.4.5 Orange Juice in Australia
9.5 Apple Juice
9.6 Fruit Juice Industry in the E.U.
9.7 U.S. Market for Fruit Beverages
9.7.1 U.S. Sparkling Juice Market
9.8 U.K. Market for Fruit Juices
9.9 Fruit Juice Market in Germany
9.10 Nigerian Fruit Juice Concentrate Market
9.10.1 Nigerian Imports of Fruit Juices
9.11 Chinese Fruit Juice Market
9.12 Fruit Juices and Concentrates in Turkey
9.12.1 Turkish Export of Fruit Juice

10. Sports Drinks and Energy Drinks
10.1 Sports Drinks
10.1.1 Carbohydrates in Sports Drinks
10.1.2 Electrolytes in Sports Drinks
10.1.3 Flavors in Sports Drinks
10.1.4 Other Ingredients in Sports Drinks
10.2 Energy Drinks
10.2.1 Energy Drinks and the Way they Work
10.2.2 Global Energy Drinks Market
10.3 Energy Drinks Market in the U.S.
10.4 U.S. Market for Sports Beverages
10.5 The Canadian Energy Drinks Market
10.6 Sports and Energy Drinks Market in U.K.
10.7 Sports and Energy Drinks Market in South Africa
10.7.1 Pack Trends in South African Market

11. Carbonated Soft Drinks (CSDs)
11.1 Some Key Findings of Soft Drink Market
11.2 U.S. Carbonated Soft Drinks Market
11.2.1 Next Generation Carbonated Soft Drinks Market in the U.S.
11.3 U.K. Soft Drinks Market
11.3.1 U.K.s New Product Developments in CSDs
11.3.2 U.K. Soft Drinks Forecast
11.4 Carbonated Soft Drinks in Austria
11.5 Soft Drinks in Bulgaria
11.6 Carbonated Soft Drinks in Czech Republic
11.7 Carbonated Soft Drinks in Denmark
11.8 Carbonated Soft Drinks in Estonia
11.9 Carbonated Soft Drinks in Finland
11.10 Carbonated Soft Drinks in France
11.11 Carbonated Soft Drinks in Germany
11.12 Carbonated Soft Drinks in Greece
11.13 Carbonated Soft Drinks in Hungary
11.14 Carbonated Soft Drinks in Ireland
11.15 Carbonated Soft Drinks in Italy
11.16 Carbonated Soft Drinks in Latvia
11.17 Carbonated Soft Drinks in Lithuania
11.18 Carbonated Soft Drinks in the Netherlands
11.19 Carbonated Soft Drinks in Poland
11.20 Carbonated Soft Drinks in Portugal
11.21 Carbonated Soft Drinks in Romania
11.22 Carbonated Soft Drinks in Slovakia
11.23 Carbonated Soft Drinks in Slovenia
11.24 Carbonated Soft Drinks in Spain
11.25 Carbonated Soft Drinks in Sweden
11.26 Carbonated Soft Drinks in Canada
11.27 Carbonated Soft Drinks in China

12. Wine
12.1 World Wine Production
12.2 Current Events in the World of Wines
12.3 Northern Hemisphere Wine Production
12.4 Southern Hemisphere Wine Production
12.5 Global Wine Market
12.6 Wine: Global Trend
12.6.1 E.U. Domination in Wine Production
12.6.2 Australian Exports of Wine
12.6.3 The Steady Chilean Wine Market
12.6.4 Robust Argentine Exports
12.6.5 Flat South African Market
12.6.6 Growing New Zealand Market
12.6.7 Competitive Japanese Market
12.6.8 Surging Chinese Market
12.7 The U.S. Wine Market
12.8 E.U. Wine Market
12.8.1 E.U. Wine Trade
12.8.2 Wine Market in Italy
12.8.3 Wine Market in France
12.8.4 Wine Market in Spain and Portugal
12.8.5 Wine Market in Germany
12.8.6 Wine Market in U.K.
12.8.6.1 Wine Poll in the U.K.
12.8.6.2 Wine: U.K.s Favorite Drink
12.9 Wine Market in Argentina
12.9.1 Wine Consumption in Argentina
12.9.2 Wine Export from Argentina
12.9.3 Wine Imports in Argentina
12.10 Wine Market in Australia
12.11 Wine Market in New Zealand
12.12 Wine Market in South Africa
12.13 Wine Market in Peru
12.14 Wine Market in Chile
12.15 Wine Market in Brazil
12.15.1 Wine Imports by Brazil
12.16 Wine Market in Dominican Republic
12.17 Wine Market in Serbia
12.18 Wine Market in China
12.18.1 Chinese Wine Production
12.18.2 Wine in Hong Kong
12.19 Wine Market in Japan
12.20 Champagne

13. Beer
13.1 Global Beer Industry
13.2 Global Beer Consumption
13.3 Beer in China
13.3.1 Beer Industry in China
13.3.2 China Resources Snow Breweries
13.3.3 Tsingtao Brewery Pty. Ltd.
13.3.4 Beijing Yanjing Beer Group Company
13.3.5 Beer Consumption in China
13.3.6 Beer Production in China
13.3.7 Imports and Exports
13.4 Beer in the U.S.
13.4.1 U.S. National Brewers
13.4.2 Specialty Craft Brewers in the U.S.
13.4.3 U.S. Beer Sales: Domestic and Imported
13.4.4 The Top Beer Brands in the U.S.
13.4.5 U.S. Beer Segments
13.4.6 U.S. Beer Imports
13.4.7 U.S. Beer Demographics
13.4.8 Domestic Beer Sales in the U.S.
13.4.9 Per Capita Consumption of Beer in the U.S.
13.5 Beer in the E.U. Countries
13.5.1 Beer in U.K.
13.5.2 Beer in Italy
13.5.3 Beer in Bulgaria
13.5.4 Alcoholic Beverages in Belarus
13.5.4.1 Trends in Alcoholic Beverages Consumption in Belarus
13.5.5 Beer in Sweden

14. Spirits
14.1 Global Spirit Consumption
14.2 Global Spirits Market
14.3 Chinas Spirits Market
14.4 U.K. Spirits Market
14.5 U.S. Spirits Market
14.5.1 Whiskey Market in the U.S.
14.5.2 Gin Market in the U.S.
14.5.3 Rum Market in the U.S.
14.5.4 Scotch Market in the U.S.
14.5.5 Tequila Market in the U.S.
14.5.6 Vodka Market in the U.S.
14.6 Alcohol Market in Norway
14.7 Alcoholic Beverages in Turkey
14.8 Gin
14.8.1 The Leading Gin Producing Countries
14.9 Whisky
14.9.1 Opportunities in Whisky Market
14.9.2 Whisky in Canada
14.10 Vodka
14.10.1 Vodka Market in Russia
14.11 Rum
14.12 International Travel-retail Liquor Sales
14.13 Elite Brands List by International Wine and Spirit Record (IWSR)

15. BeveragesCompany Profiles
15.1 Starbucks Corporation
15.1.1 Starbucks Specialty Operations
15.1.2 Starbucks LicensingRetail Stores
15.1.3 LicensingPackaged Coffee and Tea
15.1.4 LicensingBranded Products
15.1.5 Starbucks R&D
15.1.6 Starbucks Non-Branded Stores Experiment
15.2 Tata Coffee Ltd.
15.3 PepsiCo, Inc.
15.4 The Coca-Cola Company
15.4.1 Coca-Colas Operating Segments
15.5 Groupe Danone
15.6 Nestle S.A.
15.7 Kirin Holdings Company Ltd.
15.7.1 Alcoholic Beverages from Kirin
15.7.2 Soft Drinks from Kirin
15.8 Cadbury Schweppes
15.9 SABMiller plc
15.10 Anheuser Busch InBev
15.10.1 AB InBevs Brands
15.11 Heineken
15.12 Carlsberg
15.12.1 Carlsberg in Western Europe
15.12.2 Carlsberg in Russia
15.12.3 Carlsberg in Eastern Europe
15.12.4 Carlsberg in Asia
15.13 The Asahi Breweries Group
15.14 Unilever plc
15.14.1 Unilevers Brands in Beverages and Ice Cream
15.15 Diageo plc
15.16 Pernod Ricard
15.17 Fortune Brands, Inc.

INDEX OF FIGURES

Figure 2.1: Estimated Global Soft Drinks Market, 2009-2014
Figure 2.2: Soft Drinks Consumption Per Capita by Country, 2007
Figure 2.3: Bottled Water Consumption Per Capita by Country, 2007
Figure 2.4: Carbonate Consumption Per Capita by Country, 2007
Figure 2.5: Fruit Juice/Nectars Consumption per Person by Country, 2007
Figure 2.6: Global Juices Market Share by Region, 2007
Figure 2.7: Global Market for Spirits, 2007
Figure 2.8: Global Beer Production by Region, 2007
Figure 2.9: The Top Five Wine Producers, 2008
Figure 2.10: U.S. Exports of Wine to the E.U., 2007
Figure 2.11: Global Production of Coffee, 2003-2008
Figure 2.12: Top Six Coffee Exporters, 2008
Figure 2.13: Global Tea Production, 2008
Figure 2.14: Consumption of Cocoa in Selected Region/Country, 2010
Figure 3.1: U.S. Share of Beverages by Segment, 2007 34
Figure 3.2: Percentage Market Share of Spirits in Canada, 2002 and 2007
Figure 3.3: Percentage Market Share of Alcoholic Beverages in Canada, 2007
Figure 3.4: Market Share Comparison of Alcoholic Beverages in Canada, 1997 and 2007
Figure 3.5: Estimated Growth for Energy Drinks in Canada, 2006 and 2011
Figure 3.6: E.U. Market for Beverages, 2007 and 2008
Figure 3.7: Sales of Non-alcoholic Beverages in France by Volume, 2003-2007
Figure 3.8: Sales of Non-alcoholic Beverages in France by Value, 2003-2007
Figure 3.9: Off-Trade Sales of Non-alcoholic Beverages in France, 2007
Figure 3.10: French Imports of Fruit and Vegetable Juice from the U.S., 2007
Figure 3.11: French Imports of Non-alcoholic Beverages Excluding Fruit and
Vegetable Juices, 2007
Figure 3.12: Percentage of Off-Trade Soft Drinks Sales in France by Distribution Channel, 2007
Figure 3.13: French Imports of Non-alcoholic Beverages Excluding Juices from Poland, 2004-2007
Figure 3.14: French Imports of Non-alcoholic Beverages Excluding Juices from the U.S., 2004-2007
Figure 3.15: Beverages Market in Italy, 2007
Figure 3.16: Soft Drinks Market in China, 2003-2007
Figure 3.17: Beverages Market in China, 2007
Figure 3.18: Mexican Beverages Market: Share of Volume by Category, 2007
Figure 4.1: Antioxidant Content in Beverages
Figure 4.2: Total Polyphenol Content of Herbal Tea Extracts
Figure 4.3: Global Tea Production as of September 2008
Figure 4.4: Top Four Exporters of Tea by Volume, 2007
Figure 4.5: Top Selling Tea Type, 2008
Figure 4.6: Destinations of Sri Lankan Tea, 2008
Figure 4.7: Indonesian Tea Export, 2003 and 2007
Figure 4.8: Top Five Indonesian Tea Export Destinations, 2007
Figure 4.9: Top Five Exporters of Tea to the U.S., 2007
Figure 4.10: U.S. Tea Market: Volume Share by Segment, 2007
Figure 4.11: Estimated Value of U.S. Tea Industry, 2007
Figure 4.12: Provincial Breakdowns of Canadian Tea Market, 2008
Figure 4.13: Coffee Consumption in Canada, 2003-2007
Figure 5.1: Total Coffee Production in Africa, 2004-2008
Figure 5.2: Total Coffee Production in Asia/Oceania, 2004-2008
Figure 5.3: Total Coffee Production in Mexico and Central America, 2004-2008
Figure 5.4: Total Coffee Production in South America, 2004-2008
Figure 5.5: Total Exports of Coffee by Value, 2004-2008
Figure 5.6: Domestic Consumption of Coffee in Coffee Producing Countries, 2007
Figure 5.7: Leading Coffee Exporters, 2008
Figure 5.8: Total Global Production of Coffee, 2004-2008
Figure 5.9: World Consumption, 2003-2007
Figure 5.10: Percentage Consumption by the Top Five Countries, 2007
Figure 5.11: Top Five Per Capita Consumers, 2007
Figure 5.12: Value of Coffee Exports, 2004-2007
Figure 5.13: Coffee Bearing Area in India, 2008
Figure 5.14: Domestic Consumption of Coffee in India, 2003-2007
Figure 5.15: Leading Importers of Coffee from India, 2007/2008
Figure 5.16: Indian Coffee Production and Export, 2003-2007
Figure 5.17: Indian Coffee Export by Type, 2008
Figure 5.18: Coffee Consumption in Brazil, 2003-2007
Figure 5.19: Brazilian Domestic Consumption of Roast/Ground Coffee, 2003-2008
Figure 5.20: Brazilian Domestic Consumption of Soluble Coffee, 2004-2007
Figure 5.21: Brazilian Coffee Production, 2003-2011
Figure 5.22: Coffee Exports from Brazil, 2003-2011
Figure 5.23: Colombian Coffee Exports, 2007-2009
Figure 5.24: Indonesian Export of Arabica Coffee, 2007
Figure 5.25: Coffee Export from Ethiopia, 2007-2008
Figure 5.26: Ecuadors Exports of Coffee, 2007
Figure 5.27: Coffee Consumption in Japan, 2003-2007
Figure 5.28: Japanese Import of Coffee, 2004-2007
Figure 5.29: Principal Exporters of Coffee to Japan, 2007
Figure 5.30: Coffee Consumption in the U.S., 2003-2007
Figure 5.31: U.S. Coffee Imports, 2007
Figure 5.32: U.S. Imports of Coffee from Brazil, 2003-2007
Figure 5.33: U.S. Imports of Coffee from Colombia, 2003-2007
Figure 5.34: U.S. Imports of Coffee from Vietnam, 2003-2007
Figure 5.35: U.S. Imports of Coffee from Indonesia, 2003-2007
Figure 5.36: U.S. Coffee Imports from Guatemala, 2003-2007
Figure 5.37: Top Five E.U. Green Coffee Suppliers, 2007
Figure 5.38: Denmark: Imports of Non-Decaffeinated Green Coffee, 2005-2007
Figure 5.39: Coffee Consumption in France, 2003-2007
Figure 5.40: Coffee Consumption in Germany, 2003-2007
Figure 5.41: Percentage Consumption of Coffee Types in Italy, 2008
Figure 5.42: Switzerland: Domestic Consumption of Coffee, 2006 and 2007
Figure 5.43: Coffee Consumption in Russia, 2003-2007
Figure 6.1: Cocoa Processing and Chocolate Manufacturing Chain
Figure 6.2: Global Cocoa Production, 2003-2007
Figure 6.3: Cocoa Production by Region, 2008
Figure 6.4: Leading Cocoa Producers in Africa, 2007
Figure 6.5: World Cocoa Production, 2005-2010
Figure 6.6: Top Five Cocoa Exporters, 2007
Figure 6.7: Major World Cocoa Production, 2007
Figure 6.8: Global Trend in Cocoa Processing, 2008
Figure 6.9: Share of Global Cocoa Production by Region, 2010
Figure 6.10: Production of Cocoa in Key Cocoa Growing Countries, 2010
Figure 6.11: Global Cocoa Consumption, 2006-2010
Figure 6.12: Consumption of Cocoa in Selected Region/Country, 2010
Figure 6.13: Exports from Chief Cocoa Exporting Region/Country, 2010
Figure 7.1: Constituents and Products from Milk
Figure 7.2: U.S. Milk Production, 2007 and 2008
Figure 7.3: E.U. Milk Production, 2007-2008
Figure 7.4: Changing Export Shares in Milk Equivalent for 2000 and 2008
Figure 7.5: U.S. Exports of Skim Milk Powder (SMP), 2002-2008
Figure 7.6: New Zealand Exports of Skim Milk Powder (SMP), 2002-2008
Figure 7.7: Share of Milk Production in the U.S. by Region, 2007
Figure 7.8: Share of Milk and Milk Products Production among the E.U. Countries, 2008
Figure 8.1: U.S. Rate of Recycling Plastic Water Bottles, 1995-2008
Figure 8.2: Top Five Global Water Brands, 2007
Figure 8.3: Top Five Global Bottled Water Companies, 2007
Figure 8.4: U.S. Bottled Water Market, 1997-2012
Figure 8.5: U.S. Retail Pet Bottled Water Volume by Source, 2000-2007
Figure 8.6: U.K. Bottled Water Consumption Per Capita in Comparison with its Neighbors, 2007
Figure 8.7: U.K. Bottled Water Consumption, 2001-2007
Figure 9.1: Top Five Per Capita Consumption of Fruit Juices and Nectars in Europe and U.S., 2007
Figure 9.2: Top Five Global Fruit Juice and Nectar Companies, 2007
Figure 9.3: Top Five Global Fruit Juices and Nectar Brands, 2007
Figure 9.4: Growth of Global Fruit Juice Market, 2008-2013
Figure 9.5: Total Global Imports of Orange Juice from All Sources, 2002-2007
Figure 9.6: FloridaFrozen-Concentrated Orange Juice Yield, 2003-2007
Figure 9.7: Top Two Destinations of Costa Rican Orange Juice, 2007
Figure 9.8: Global Apple Juice Production, 2002-2006
Figure 9.9: E.U. Flavor Segmentation, 2007
Figure 9.10: U.K. Fruit Juice Flavors, 2007
Figure 9.11: U.K. Fruit Juice Consumption, 2001-2007
Figure 9.12: The Most Popular Fruit Juices in Germany, 2007
Figure 9.13: Per Capita Consumption of Fruit Juices in Germany, 2003-2007
Figure 9.14: Suppliers of Fruit Juice Concentrates to Nigeria, 2007
Figure 9.15: Nigerias Demand for Fruit Juice Concentrates, 2006-2011
Figure 9.16: Types of Juice Consumed in Nigeria, 2007
Figure 9.17: Chinese Imports of Orange Juice from Major Exporters, 2007
Figure 9.18: Chinese Imports of Juices from all Sources by Value, 2002-2007
Figure 9.19: Chinese Fruit Juice and Fruit Concentrates Production, 2004-2007
Figure 10.1: Global Energy Drink Market, 2007-2010
Figure 10.2: U.S. Market Share for Energy Drinks, 2007
Figure 10.3: U.S. Energy Drinks Market, 2006-2011
Figure 10.4: Share of Sports Beverages in the U.S., by Segment, 2007
Figure 10.5: U.S. Sports Drinks Market: Share of Volume by Flavor, 2007
Figure 10.6: Market Growth for Energy Drinks in Canada, 2006-2011
Figure 10.7: U.K. Sports and Energy Drinks Consumption, 2001-2007
Figure 10.8: U.K. Sports and Energy Drinks Share, 2007
Figure 10.9: U.K. Sports Drink Types, 2007
Figure 10.10: U.K. Energy Drink Types, 2007
Figure 10.11: Growth Forecast for Sports Drink in South Africa, 2005-2010
Figure 10.12: Forecast for Energy Drinks Consumption in South Africa, 2003-2010
Figure 11.1: Global Soft Drinks Incremental Growth, 2002-2007
Figure 11.2: Top Five Global Soft Drinks Companies and Market Share, 2007
Figure 11.3: Global Top Five Soft Drinks Brands, 2007
Figure 11.4: Global Soft Drinks Incremental Growth by Region, 2002-2007
Figure 11.5: U.S. Soft Drinks Market: Packaged and Fountain Volume Shares, 2007
Figure 11.6: U.K. Soft Drinks Consumption, 2001-2007
Figure 11.7: U.K. Soft Drinks, Low Calorie and No Added Sugar vs. Regular, 2007
Figure 11.8: U.K. Soft Drinks Sectors, 2007
Figure 11.9: U.K. Carbonate Flavors, 2007
Figure 11.10: U.K. Carbonate Consumption, 2001-2007
Figure 11.11: U.K. Dilutables Consumption, 2001-2007
Figure 11.12: U.K. Dilutables Flavors, 2007
Figure 11.13: U.K. Smoothies Consumption, 2007
Figure 11.14: U.K. Soft Drinks Forecast, 2007-2012
Figure 11.15: Soft Drinks Consumption in Bulgaria, 2007
Figure 11.16: Canadian Export of Soft Drinks, 2003-2007
Figure 11.17: Canadian Import of Soft Drinks, 2003-2007
Figure 11.18: Soft Drinks Manufacturers Market Share in China, 2007
Figure 12.1: Top Five Wine Producers, 2008
Figure 12.2: The Smaller Global Wine Producers, 2008
Figure 12.3: Top Seven Exporters of Wine, 2007
Figure 12.4: Windows on Wine, 2007
Figure 12.5: Global Consumption of Wine by Region, 2007
Figure 12.6: Global Wine Consumption by Volume, 2001-2010
Figure 12.7: Global Wine Consumption by Value, 2001-2010
Figure 12.8: Global Wine Consumption, 2004-2008
Figure 12.9: E.U. Domination in World Wine Exports, 2007
Figure 12.10: Japans Wine Imports, 2007
Figure 12.11: Per Capita Wine Consumption in the U.S., France and Italy, 1970-2008
Figure 12.12: Total Consumption of Wine in the U.S. France and Italy, 1970-2008
Figure 12.13: U.S. Total Wine Consumption, 2003-2007
Figure 12.14: Red vs. White Wine consumption in the U.S., 1980-2007
Figure 12.15: U.S. Wine Bar Patronage, 2008
Figure 12.16: U.S. Direct Wine Purchases, 2008
Figure 12.17: U.S. Adult Per Capita Table Wine Consumption, 1970-2007
Figure 12.18: U.S. Appellation Mix of Wine Consumed, 2008
Figure 12.19: U.S. Wine Color Mix Preference, 2008
Figure 12.20: U.S. Younger Generations Role in Wine Market Growth, 2008
Figure 12.21: U.S. Table Wine Drinking Frequency, 2008
Figure 12.22: U.S. Consumer Segments, 2008
Figure 12.23: U.S. Percent Growth in Total Wine Consumption, 2003-2007
Figure 12.24: Percentage Share Exports of U.S. Wine by Country, 2007
Figure 12.25: U.S. Wine Imports, 2007
Figure 12.26: Wine Color Preference in U.K., 2009
Figure 12.27: Preferred Wine to Celebrate Christmas in U.K., 2008
Figure 12.28: Preferred Wines in U.K. by Country of Origin, 2008
Figure 12.29: Argentine Domestic Wine Consumption per Capita, 2007-2010
Figure 12.30: Argentine Wine Exports by Volume, 2007-2010
Figure 12.31: Argentine Wine Exports by Value, 2007-2010
Figure 12.32: Major Suppliers of Sparkling Wine to Argentina, 2008
Figure 12.33: Top Six Destinations of Australian Wines by Value, 2008
Figure 12.34: Australian Production of Wines, 2004-2008
Figure 12.35: Australian Exports of Wines, 2004-2008
Figure 12.36: Australian Wine Export by Percentage, 2007
Figure 12.37: Total Production of Wines in New Zealand, 2004-2008
Figure 12.38: Domestic Consumption of Wines in New Zealand, 2004-2008
Figure 12.39: Wine Export from New Zealand, 2004-2008
Figure 12.40: Top Five Importers of South African Wine, 2007
Figure 12.41: Perus Wine Imports, 2008
Figure 12.42: Wine Production in Brazil, 2003-2007
Figure 12.43: Wine Imports by Dominican Republic from the U.S., 2004-2008
Figure 12.44: Wine Imports by Dominican Republic, 2004-2008
Figure 12.45: Consumption of Alcoholic Beverages in Dominican Republic, 2008
Figure 12.46: Exporters of Wine to Dominican Republic, 2008
Figure 12.47: Serbian Wine Production, 2003-2007
Figure 12.48: Serbian Wine Consumption Per Capita, 2003-2007
Figure 12.49: Wine Sales in China, 2004-2008
Figure 12.50: Wine Production Forecast in China, 2006-2010
Figure 12.51: Japanese Domestic Wine: Market Share, 2008
Figure 13.1: Worlds Top Five Beer Brands by Volume Sales, 2007
Figure 13.2: Global Beer Production by Region, 2007
Figure 13.3: Global Beer Consumption, 2004-2015
Figure 13.4: Top Five Beer Consuming Countries by Per Capita, 2007
Figure 13.5: Percent Share of Global Beer Consumption by Country, 2007
Figure 13.6: Top Five Beer Markets, 2007
Figure 13.7: Per Capita Beer Consumption in Major Nations, 2007
Figure 13.8: The Top Five Beer Consumers in Europe, 2008
Figure 13.9: Global Sales of Top Two Beer Brands, Bud Light and Snow in Unit Volume, 2000-2007
Figure 13.10: Chinese Beer Products and Service Segmentation, 2007
Figure 13.11: Major Beer Market Segments in China, 2007
Figure 13.12: Market Share of Top Ten Manufacturers in Chinese Beer Industry, 2003-2007
Figure 13.13: Market Share of Major Domestic Players, 2007
Figure 13.14: Performance of China Resources Snow Breweries, 2004-2008
Figure 13.15: Tsingtao Brewerys Performance, 2004-2008
Figure 13.16: Yanjing Groups Performance, 2004-2008
Figure 13.17: Per Capita Consumption of Beer in China, 2004-2007
Figure 13.18: Total Beer Consumption in China, 2003-2007
Figure 13.19: Beer Production in China, 2003-2007
Figure 13.20: Performance of Chinese Beer Industry, 2008-2013
Figure 13.21: U.S. Domestic Beer Sales, 2006-2008
Figure 13.22: U.S. Imports of Malt Beverages, 2006-2008
Figure 13.23: U.S. Exports of Malt Beverages, 2006-2008
Figure 13.24: U.S. Per Capita Consumption of Malt Beverages, 1981-2007
Figure 13.25: Growth Rates of U.S. Brewing Segments, 2007
Figure 13.26: Specialty Beer and Microbrewery Market in the U.S. by Region, 2007
Figure 13.27: Market Share of Light Beer in the U.S., 2006
Figure 13.28: U.S. On-Premise Beer Consumption by Day of Week
Figure 13.29: Major Sources of U.S. Beer Imports, 2007
Figure 13.30: Average Production Percentage of Beer in Selected E.U. Countries, 2007
Figure 13.31: Leading E.U. Brands of Beer by Volume, 2007
Figure 13.32: Raw Materials in Italian Beer Production, 2007
Figure 13.33: Per Capita Consumption of Beer in Italy, 2003-2007
Figure 13.34: Average Production of Beer in E.U. Countries, 2007
Figure 13.35: Beer Output in Bulgaria in the First Six Months, 2007
Figure 13.36: Bulgarian Imports of Beer, 2006
Figure 14.1: Global Spirits Consumption by Volume, 2001-2010
Figure 14.2: Top Three World Leaders in Spirits Market, 2007
Figure 14.3: Global Spirits Consumption by Value, 2001-2010
Figure 14.4: Growth of Global Spirits Market, 2007-2012
Figure 14.5: Global Spirits Market by Segment, 2007
Figure 14.6: Global Market for Spirits by Segment, 2012
Figure 14.7: U.K. Spirits Market by Volume, 2007
Figure 14.8: Market Share for Spirits in the U.S., 2008
Figure 14.9: U.S. Spirits: Market Revenue, 2004-2008
Figure 14.10: U.S. Spirits Exports: Gains, 2004-2008
Figure 14.11: U.S. Imports of Spirits, 2008
Figure 14.12: U.S. Bourbon Volume, 2003-2007
Figure 14.13: U.S. Gin Volume by Price Category, 2007
Figure 14.14: U.S. Rum Volumes, 2003-2007
Figure 14.15: U.S. Single Malt Scotch Volumes, 2000 vs. 2007
Figure 14.16: U.S. Tequila Growth by Price Segment, 2006-2007
Figure 14.17: U.S. Vodka Volumes, 2003-2007
Figure 14.18: Sale of Wine and Spirits in Norway, 2007
Figure 14.19: Global Trend in Gin Consumption, 2003-2007
Figure 14.20: The Top Five Gin Markets, 2007
Figure 14.21: Top Five Growing Gin Brands, 2007
Figure 14.22: Gin Consumption by Region, 2007
Figure 14.23: Duty-Free Spirits and Wine Sales by Region, 2007
Figure 15.1: Growth of Starbucks Stores, 1992-2008
Figure 15.2: Starbucks R&D Expenditure, 2006-2008
Figure 15.3: Starbucks Performance, 2008
Figure 15.4: Starbucks Performance in U.S. Operating Segment, 2008
Figure 15.5: Starbucks Performance in its International Operating Segment, 2008
Figure 15.6: Tata Coffees Performance, 2003-2007
Figure 15.7: PepsiCos Performance, 2005-2007
Figure 15.8: Frito-Lays Performance in North America, 2005-2007
Figure 15.9: Performance of PepsiCo Beverages North America, 2005-2007
Figure 15.10: Performance of PepsiCo International, 2005-2007
Figure 15.11: Performance of Quaker Foods North America, 2005-2007
Figure 15.12: Coca-Colas Operating Performance, 2004-2007
Figure 15.13: Coca-Colas Performance by Operating Segments, 2007
Figure 15.14: Nestles Revenue by Segments and Geography, 2007
Figure 15.15: Kirins Performance, 2003-2007
Figure 15.16: Kirins Operating Income by Business Segment, 2007
Figure 15.17: Kirins Performance in Alcoholic Beverages, 2003-2007
Figure 15.18: Kirins Performance in Soft Drinks, 2003-2007
Figure 15.19: Cadburys Performance by Geography, 2007
Figure 15.20: Market Share in the Global Confectionery Market by Dollar Value, 2007
Figure 15.21: SABMillers Performance, 2004-2008
Figure 15.22: SABMillers Sales Performance in Latin America, 2008
Figure 15.23: SABMillers Sales Performance in Europe, 2008
Figure 15.24: SABMillers Sales Performance in North America, 2008
Figure 15.25: SABMillers Sales Performance in Africa and Asia, 2008
Figure 15.26: SABMillers Sales Performance in South Africa, 2008
Figure 15.27: AB InBevs Global Performance, 2003-2007
Figure 15.28: AB InBevs Global Volume Sales, 2003-2007
Figure 15.29: AB InBevs Volume Sales Percentage by Geographical Segments, 2007
Figure 15.30: AB InBevs Volume Sales in North America by Country, 2007
Figure 15.31: Heinnekens Volume Sales of Beer, 2003-2007
Figure 15.32: Heinekens Volume Sales of Beer by Geographical Segment, 2007
Figure 15.33: Carlsbergs Volume Sales of Beer, 2003-2007
Figure 15.34: Carlsbergs Volume Sales of Soft Drinks, 2003-2007
Figure 15.35: Carlsbergs Revenue, 2003-2007
Figure 15.36: Carlsbergs Volume Beer Sales Percentage by Geographical Segment, 2007
Figure 15.37: Carlsbergs Volume Sales and Revenue from Western Europe, 2005-2007
Figure 15.38: Carlsbergs Volume Sales and Revenue from Russia, 2005-2007
Figure 15.39: Carlsbergs Volume Sales and Revenue from Eastern Europe, 2005-2007
Figure 15.40: Carlsbergs Volume Sales and Revenue from Asia, 2005-2007
Figure 15.41: Asahis Revenue from Tea-Based Drinks, 2003-2007
Figure 15.42: Asahis Beer Sales, 2003-2007
Figure 15.43: Asahis Performance in Alcoholic Beverages, 2005-2007
Figure 15.44: Asahis Performance in Soft Drinks, 2005-2007
Figure 15.45: Unilevers Performance, 2005-2007
Figure 15.46: Unilevers Performance by Geographical Segments, 2007
Figure 15.47: Global Market Shares in Premium Spirits, 2008
Figure 15.48: Diageos Net Sales by Region, 2008
Figure 15.49: Diageos Net Sales by Category, 2008
Figure 15.50: Diageos Performance, 2005-2008
Figure 15.51: Ricards Performance by Region, 2008
Figure 15.52: Net Sales of Top Five Brands, 2008
Figure 15.53: Pernod Ricards Sales Revenue, 2005-2008
Figure 15.54: Fortune Brands Net Sales by Product Types, 2007
Figure 15.55: Fortune Brands Performance, 2004-2007

INDEX OF TABLES

Table 2.1: Estimated Sales of Whiskey in Top Ten Countries, 2007-2012
Table 2.2: Share of European Beer Production by Country, 2003-2007
Table 2.3: Global Production of Cocoa Beans, 2006-2008
Table 3.1: U.S. Single-Serve Beverages Market: Growth by Distribution Channel, 2003-2007
Table 3.2: U.S. Fruit Beverage Market: Share of Volume by Distribution Channel, 2002-2007
Table 3.3: Emerging Beverages and Regional Markets: Share of Wholesale Dollars by Segments, 2002-2007
Table 3.4: U.S. Kids Beverage Market: Share of Wholesale Dollar Sales by Brand, 2006 and 2007
Table 3.5: U.S. Organic Beverage Market: Change in Volume by Category, 2003-2007
Table 3.6: Estimated U.S. Sales of Beer, Wine and Spirits, 2005-2010
Table 3.7: Canadian Beverage Market: Share of Volume by Category, 2002-2007
Table 3.8: French Imports of Fruit and Vegetable Juices from the U.S, 2007
Table 3.9: Estimated Market for Spirits in China, 2007-2011
Table 3.10: Indian Beverages Market: Share of Volume by Category, 2002-2007
Table 3.11: Mexican Beverages Market: Share of Volume by Category, 2002-2007
Table 3.12: Beverages and Calories
Table 4.1: Chemical Composition of Fresh Tea Shoot
Table 4.2: Production of Tea in India, 2002-2007
Table 4.3: Exports of Tea from India by Volume, 2004-2007
Table 4.4: Exports of Tea from India by Value, 2006-2008
Table 4.5: Estimated Internal Consumption of Tea in India, 2000-2010
Table 4.6: Major Country wise Exports of Tea from India, 2005-2007
Table 4.7: Sri Lankan Tea Production by Categories, 2007 and 2008
Table 4.8: Sri Lankan Tea Exports, 2007 and 2008
Table 4.9: Kenyan Tea Export, 2008
Table 4.10: Production of Black Tea in Turkey, 1993-2007
Table 4.11: Tea Export from Turkey, 2000-2007
Table 4.12: U.S. Imports of Tea, 2000-2007
Table 4.13: U.S. RTD Tea Distribution Channels: Change in Case Volume, 2003-2007
Table 5.1: Ranges of Caffeine Content
Table 5.2: International Coffee Organization (ICO) on Market Prices of Coffee, 2003-2008
Table 5.3: Total Coffee Production in Crop Years, 2004/2005-2007/2008
Table 5.4: Coffee Exports by Coffee Growing Countries, 2007 and 2008
Table 5.5: Production in Selected Exporting Countries, 2004-2008
Table 5.6: World Consumption of Coffee, 2003-2007
Table 5.7: Production of Coffee in India, 2000-2009
Table 5.8: Planted Area of Coffee in India, 2000-2008
Table 5.9: Production of Coffee in India by States, 2008
Table 5.10: Production of Coffee in Major States/Districts of India, 2008 and 2009
Table 5.11: Planted Area of Coffee in India, 2008
Table 5.12: Coffee Production and Exports: India vs. World, 2000-2007
Table 5.13: Coffee Exports from India, 2000-2008
Table 5.14: Coffee Exports from India by Country, 2007
Table 5.15: Brazilian Coffee Production, 2004-2009
Table 5.16: Brazilian Coffee Exports by Country of Destination, 2008
Table 5.17: Brazilian Coffee Production, 2001-2008
Table 5.18: Domestic Consumption of Coffee in Brazil, 1998-2008
Table 5.19: Brazilian Coffee Exports by Country of Destination, 2007-2009
Table 5.20: Brazilian Roasted Coffee Exports by Country of Destination, 2007-2009
Table 5.21: Brazilian Soluble Coffee Exports by Country of Destination, 2007-2009
Table 5.22: Colombian Coffee Profile, 2007-2009
Table 5.23: Colombian Exports of Coffee, 2006 and 2007
Table 5.24: Coffee Growing Regions and Coffee Types in Indonesia, 2008
Table 5.25: Indonesian Coffee Profile, 2006 and 2007
Table 5.26: Coffee Production in Ethiopia, 2000-2008
Table 5.27: Vietnams Exports of Coffee, 2006 and 2007
Table 5.28: Vietnams Imports of Coffee, 2007 and 2008
Table 5.29: Top Ten Markets for Vietnamese Green Coffee Exports, 2006 and 2007
Table 5.30: Rwandan Coffee Market, 2003-2007
Table 5.31: Coffee Production in Angola, 2000-2008
Table 5.32: Coffee Production in Bolivia, 2000-2008
Table 5.33: Coffee Production in Burundi, 2000-2008
Table 5.34: Coffee Production in Cameroon, 2000-2008
Table 5.35: Coffee Production in Democratic Republic of Congo, 2000-2008
Table 5.36: Coffee Production in Costa Rica, 2000-2008
Table 5.37: Coffee Production in Cuba, 2000-2008
Table 5.38: Coffee Production in Dominican Republic, 2000-2008
Table 5.39: Coffee Production in Ecuador, 2000-2008
Table 5.40: Coffee Production in El Salvador, 2000-2008
Table 5.41: Coffee Production in Guatemala, 2000-2008
Table 5.42: Coffee Production in Honduras, 2000-2008
Table 5.43: Coffee Production in Jamaica, 2000-2008
Table 5.44: Coffee Production in Madagascar, 2000-2008
Table 5.45: Coffee Production in Mexico, 2000-2008
Table 5.46: Mexican Coffee Profile, 2006-2008
Table 5.47: Coffee Trade in Mexico, 2007
Table 5.48: Coffee Production in Nicaragua, 2000-2008
Table 5.49: Peruvian Coffee Profile, 2006-2008
Table 5.50: Coffee Production in Peru, 2000-2008
Table 5.51: Peruvian Coffee Export, 2007
Table 5.52: Coffee Production in Tanzania, 2000-2008
Table 5.53: Coffee Production in Uganda, 2000-2008
Table 5.54: Global Coffee Production Time Table
Table 5.55: Japanese Imports of Green Beans by Country, 2000-2007
Table 5.56: Japanese Imports of Roasted Coffee by Country, 2000-2007
Table 5.57: Japanese Import of Instant Coffee, 2000-2007
Table 5.58: Japanese Coffee Consumption by Volume and Value, 2003-2007
Table 5.59: U.S. Imports of Coffee, 2000-2007
Table 5.60: Top Five Exporters of Coffee to the U.S., 2007
Table 5.61: U.S. Coffee Market: Compound Annual Volume Growth, 2000-2007
Table 5.62: Imports of Green Coffee into European Countries, 2005-2007
Table 5.63: Imports of Green Coffee into the E.U. by Main Origins, 2005-2007
Table 5.64: E.U. Imports and Exports of Coffee to Non-E.U. Destinations, 2005-2007
Table 5.65: E.U. Exports of Roasted Coffee to Non-E.U. Destinations, 2005-2007
Table 5.66: E.U. Exports of Soluble Coffee to Non-E.U. Destinations, 2005-2007
Table 5.67: E.U. Imports of Soluble Coffee from Non-E.U. Origins, 2005-2007
Table 5.68: Value of E.U. Imports and Exports of Green, Roasted and Soluble Coffee, 2006 and 2007
Table 5.69: Austria: Imports of Non-Decaffeinated Green Coffee, 2005-2007
Table 5.70: Per Capita Consumption of Green Coffee in Austria, 1950-2007
Table 5.71: Denmark: Imports of Non-Decaffeinated Green Coffee by Country, 2004-2007
Table 5.72: Finland: Imports of Green Coffee, 1996-2007
Table 5.73: Finland: Imports of Green Coffee by Country of Origin, 2005-2007
Table 5.74: France: Imports of Coffee by Type, 2005-2007
Table 5.75: France: Imports of Green Non-Decaffeinated Coffee by Origin, 2005-2007
Table 5.76: Germany: Imports of Green Coffee by Country, 2006 and 2007
Table 5.77: Germany: Imports and Exports of Coffee in All Forms, 2007
Table 5.78: Germany: Green Coffee Usage and Per Capita Consumption, 1953-2007
Table 5.79: Greece: Imports of Non-Decaffeinated Coffee by Country of Origin, 2005-2007
Table 5.80: Per Capita Consumption in Greece, 2000-2007
Table 5.81: Ireland: Imports of Green Coffee by Country of Origin, 2005-2007
Table 5.82: Ireland: Foreign Trade in Coffee Including Intra-E.U. Trade, 2006 and 2007
Table 5.83: Italian Per Capita Consumption of Coffee, 2000-2007
Table 5.84: Italy: Imports of Green Coffee, 2001-2007
Table 5.85: Italian Foreign Trade in Coffee, 2004-2007
Table 5.86: Netherlands: Imports of Green Coffee, 2006 and 2007
Table 5.87: Netherlands: Foreign Trade in Coffee in all Forms, 2006 and 2007
Table 5.88: Portugal: Imports of Green Coffee by Country of Origin, 2005-2007
Table 5.89: Portugal: Foreign Trade in Coffee Including Intra-E.U. Trade, 2006 and 2007
Table 5.90: Portugal: Per Capita Consumption of Coffee, 1998-2007
Table 5.91: Spain: Imports of Green Coffee, 1996-2007
Table 5.92: Spain: Imports of Green Coffee by Country of Origin, 2006 and 2007
Table 5.93: Spain: Foreign Trade of Coffee in all Forms, 2006 and 2007
Table 5.94: Sweden: Imports of Green Coffee by Country of Origin, 2005-2007
Table 5.95: Sweden: Foreign Trade in all forms of Coffee, 2005-2007
Table 5.96: Switzerland: Green Coffee Imports by Country of Origin, 2006 and 2007
Table 5.97: Switzerlands Foreign Trade in Coffee, 2006 and 2007
Table 5.98: U.K. Imports of Green Coffee by Country of Origin, 2006 and 2007
Table 5.99: U.K. Foreign Trade in Coffee, 2006 and 2007
Table 6.1: Nutrient Value of Cocoa
Table 6.2: Cocoa Bean Production by Country, 2003-2007
Table 6.3: E.U. Imports of Cocoa Beans by Selected Country, 2003-2006
Table 6.4: Ingredients of Milk Chocolate and Dark Chocolate
Table 6.5: Cocoa Production by Country, 2008
Table 7.1: World Dairy Market at a Glance, 2006-2008
Table 7.2: Top Five Dairy Countries by Milk Volume, 2007
Table 7.3: Major Exporters of Dairy Products, 2006-2008
Table 7.4: U.S. Fluid Milk Market: Share of Volume by Milk Fat Type, 2000-2007
Table 7.5: Chinas Imports of Milk Products, 2005-2007
Table 8.1: Comparison of Selected Brands of Bottled Water
Table 8.2: Global Bottled Water Market, 2003 and 2008
Table 8.3: Global Bottled Water Market: Per Capita Consumption by Leading Countries, 2003 and 2008
Table 8.4: Global Bottled Water Market in Top Ten Countries, 2002 and 2007
Table 8.5: U.S. Bottled Water Market: Volume and Producer Revenues, 2000-2008
Table 8.6: U.S. Bottled Water Market: Per Capita Consumption, 1997-2008
Table 8.7: U.S. Bottled Water Market: Volume and Growth by Segment, 2000-2008
Table 8.8: U.S. Bottled Water Market, 2000-2008
Table 8.9: Most used Flavors in New Bottled Water Products Launched Worldwide, 2007-2008
Table 8.10: U.S. Bottled Water Market: Per Capita Consumption, 1997-2007
Table 8.11: Canadian Imports and Exports of Bottled Water, 1997-2007
Table 8.12: Canadas Bottled Water Trade with the U.S., 1997-2007
Table 8.13: Major Sources of Imports of Bottled Water for Canada, 1997-2007
Table 8.14: Major Destinations of Canadian Bottled Water Exports, 1997-2007
Table 8.15: Asian Bottled Water Market: Change in Consumption by Country, 2003-2007
Table 8.16: U.K. Bottled Water Consumption, 2001-2007
Table 9.1: Top Ten Flavors in New Product Introductions, 2005-2008
Table 9.2: World Orange Juice Consumption, 2000-2008
Table 9.3: Brazils Orange Juice Production, 1997-2007
Table 9.4: Orange Juice Exports by Brazil, 2007 and 2008
Table 9.5: U.S. Orange Juice Imports, 2007 and 2008
Table 9.6: U.S. Orange Juice Exports, 2007 and 2008
Table 9.7: Australian Orange Juice Profile, 2006-2008
Table 9.8: Apple Juice Production in Selected Countries, 2006-2008
Table 9.9: Nutritive Value of Apple
Table 9.10: E.U. Fruit Juice Industry, 2007
Table 9.11: Growth of Juice Market by Category in Europe and the U.S., 2007-2011
Table 9.12: Consumption of Fruit Juices and Nectars in the EU-24, 2007
Table 9.13: U.S. Fruit Beverages Market Segments, 2000-2007
Table 9.14: U.S. Sparkling Juice Market: Change in Volume by Brand, 2004-2006
Table 9.15: U.K. Fruit Juice Consumption, 2001-2007
Table 9.16: The German Fruit Juice Industry
Table 9.17: Turkish Fruit Juice and Concentrate Exports, 2006-2008
Table 9.18: Turkish Fruit Juice Export Destinations, 2006-2008
Table 10.1: Caffeine and Sugar Content of Energy Drinks
Table 10.2: Ingredients in Energy Drinks and their Functional Claims
Table 10.3: Scientific Evidence for the Claims on the Effect of Ingredients
Table 10.4: Electrolyte Drink Ingredient Comparison
Table 10.5: Caffeine and Sugar Content of Energy Drinks
Table 10.6: U.S. Regional Sports Beverages Markets: Change in Wholesale Dollars, 2000-2007
Table 10.7: U.K. Sports and Energy Drinks Consumption, 2001-2007
Table 10.8: Manufacturers of Sports Drinks in South Africa
Table 10.9: Caffeine Levels in Energy Drinks, Carbonated Soda and Other Beverages
Table 10.10: Major Players in Manufacturing and Distribution of Energy Drinks
Table 11.1: U.S. Soft Drinks Market: Regular vs. Diet Growth, 2000-2007
Table 11.2: Share of Packaged and Fountain in Casual and Quick Serving
Restaurants, 2000-2007
Table 11.3: U.K. Soft Drinks Consumption, 2001-2007
Table 11.4: U.K. Carbonate Consumption, 2001-2007
Table 11.5: U.K. Dilutables Consumption, 2001-2007
Table 11.6: U.K. Smoothies Consumption, 2001-2007
Table 11.7: U.K. Soft Drinks New Product Development, 2007
Table 11.8: U.K. Soft Drinks Forecast 2007-2012
Table 11.9: European Market for Regular and Low Calorie Beverages, 2004-2007
Table 11.10: Austrian Market for Regular and Low Calorie Beverages, 2004-2007
Table 11.11: Bulgarian Market for Regular and Low Calorie Beverages, 2004-2007
Table 11.12: Czech Republic Market for Regular and Low Calorie Beverages, 2004-2007
Table 11.13: Denmark Market for Regular and Low Calorie Beverages, 2004-2007
Table 11.14: Estonian Market for Regular and Low Calorie Beverages, 2004-2007
Table 11.15: Finland Market for Regular and Low Calorie Beverages, 2004-2007
Table 11.16: France Market for Regular and Low Calorie Beverages, 2004-2007
Table 11.17: German Market for Regular and Low Calorie Beverages, 2004-2009
Table 11.18: Greece Market for Regular and Low Calorie Beverages, 2004-2007
Table 11.19: Hungarian Market for Regular and Low Calorie Beverages, 2004-2007
Table 11.20: Ireland Market for Regular and Low Calorie Beverages, 2004-2007
Table 11.21: Italian Market for Regular and Low Calorie Beverages, 2004-2007
Table 11.22: Latvian Market for Regular and Low Calorie Beverages, 2004-2007
Table 11.23: Lithuania Market for Regular and Low Calorie Beverages, 2004-2007
Table 11.24: The Netherlands Market for Regular and Low Calorie Beverages, 2004-2007
Table 11.25: Poland Market for Regular and Low Calorie Beverages, 2004-2007
Table 11.26: Portugal Market for Regular and Low Calorie Beverages, 2004-2007
Table 11.27: Romania Market for Regular and Low Calorie Beverages, 2004-2007
Table 11.28: Slovakia Market for Regular and Low Calorie Beverages, 2004-2007
Table 11.29: Slovenia Market for Regular and Low Calorie Beverages, 2004-2007
Table 11.30: Spain Market for Regular and Low Calorie Beverages, 2004-2007
Table 11.31: Sweden Market for Regular and Low Calorie Beverages, 2004-2007
Table 11.32: Consumption of Soft Drinks in Sweden, 2000-2007
Table 11.33: Canadas Commercial Beverages Market, 2000-2006
Table 12.1: Alcoholic Drinks Overall Market Value, 2004-2008
Table 12.2: Top Ten Producers of Wine in the World, 2007
Table 12.3: Well-known Wine Companies and their Wineries, 2007
Table 12.4: Wine Production in the Northern Hemisphere, 2000-2008
Table 12.5: Wine Production in the Southern Hemisphere, 2000-2008
Table 12.6: Forecast of Wine Consumption by Region, 2001-2010
Table 12.7: Worlds Top Five Per Capita Wine-Consuming Countries, 2007
Table 12.8: Top Five Wines Sold in U.S. Restaurants, 2007
Table 12.9: Top Ten Imported Wine Brands in the U.S., 2007
Table 12.10: U.S. Wine Exports by Country, 2007-2008
Table 12.11: U.S. Wine Export, 1994-2008
Table 12.12: Top Five Chilean Wine Brands in the U.S., 2007
Table 12.13: California Winery Shipments, 1997-2007
Table 12.14: U.S./California Wine Production, 1997-2007
Table 12.15: Number of Californian Wineries, 1997-2007
Table 12.16: Wine Sales in the U.S. by Types, 1997-2007
Table 12.17: Reported Wine Consumption in the U.S., 1997-2007
Table 12.18: Table Wine Volume Share by Color, 1991-2007
Table 12.19: Wine Production Trends in Selected E.U. Countries, 2002-2008
Table 12.20: EU-27 Wine Exports, 2006-2008
Table 12.21: EU-27 Wine Imports, 2006-2008
Table 12.22: Italian Wine Exports, 2006-2008
Table 12.23: French Wine Exports, 2006-2008
Table 12.24: Spanish Wine Export, 2006-2008
Table 12.25: German Wine Imports, 2006-2008
Table 12.26: U.K.s Wine Imports, 2006-2008
Table 12.27: Favorite Drinks of Europe and U.S., 2008
Table 12.28: Argentine Wine Production, 2006-2010
Table 12.29: Argentinas Primary Wine Export Destinations, 2008
Table 12.30: Australian Wine Sector at a Glance, 2004-2008
Table 12.31: Australian Vine Bearing Areas, Wine Grape Crush and Distillation, 2001-2008
Table 12.32: Australian Exports and Domestic Sales of Wine, 2004-2008
Table 12.33: Snapshot of New Zealand Wine, 2000-2008
Table 12.34: New Zealands Wine Export by Market, 2004-2008
Table 12.35: Wine Imports into New Zealand, 2004-2008
Table 12.36: Growth in Wineries in South Africa, 1991-2007
Table 12.37: Wine Production in South Africa, 2003-2008
Table 12.38: Peruvian Wine Imports, 2004-2008
Table 12.39: Peruvian Wine Exports Percentage by Country, 2007
Table 12.40: Chilean Table-Wine Production, Consumption and Export, 1982-2008
Table 12.41: Chilean Export of Table-Wine, 2006-2008
Table 12.42: Chilean Wine Exports by Country of Destination, 2006-2008
Table 12.43: Top Exporters of Wine to Brazil by Value, 2006 and 2007
Table 12.44: Serbian Exports and Imports of Wine, 2006 and 2007
Table 12.45: Imports of Wine by Hong Kong, 2004-2007
Table 12.46: Japanese Wine Imports by Type, 2006-2008
Table 12.47: Japanese Bottled Wine Imports by Volume and Value, 2006-2008
Table 12.48: Japanese Sparkling Wine Imports by Volume and Value, 2006-2008
Table 12.49: Japanese Bulk Wine Imports by Volume and Value, 2006-2008
Table 12.50: Champagne Shipments to the U.S. in Bottles, 1997-2007
Table 12.51: Shipments of Vintage and Non-Vintage Champagne to the U.S., 2000-2007
Table 12.52: Shipments of Rose and Prestige Cuvees to the U.S., 2000-2007
Table 12.53: Champagne Bottle Sizes
Table 12.54: U.S. Shipments of Champagne by Bottle Size, 2000-2007
Table 12.55: Champagne Production, Domestic Consumption and Export, 2008
Table 12.56: Worldwide Sales and Per Capita Consumption of Champagne, 2008
Table 13.1: European Beer Market: Share of Production by Country, 2001-2007
Table 13.2: Top Ten Countries in Beer Consumption, 2000-2007
Table 13.3: Top 20 Beer Brands of the World, 2008
Table 13.4: Key Statistics on Chinese Beer Industry, 2003-2007
Table 13.5: Major U.S., Brewers and Importers: Total Shipments 2006 and 2007
Table 13.6: Advertising Expenditures by the Top Beer Brands, 2006 and 2007
Table 13.7: Top 30 Beer Brands in the U.S., 2007
Table 13.8: U.S. Imported Beer Market: Share of Volume by Country, 2002-2007
Table 13.9: Domestic Beer Sales in the U.S., 2006-2008
Table 13.10: The Top 45 U.S. Brewers Based on 2007 Sales
Table 13.11: Shipment of Malt Beverages and Per Capita Consumption by State in the U.S., 2007
Table 13.12: U.S. Beer Exports by Country of Destination, 2007 and 2008
Table 13.13: Per Capita Consumption of Beer in E.U. Countries, 2006 and 2007
Table 13.14: U.K. Quarterly Beer Barometer, 1997-2008
Table 13.15: U.K. Market Size by Volume for Beer Brands, 2002-2007
Table 13.16: Italian Beer Market, 1997-2007
Table 13.17: Beer Production in E.U. Countries, 2002-2007
Table 13.18: Italian Imports of Beer by Country of Origin, 2003-2007
Table 13.19: Italian Beer Exports by Country, 2003-2007
Table 13.20: Beer Output in Bulgaria, 2007
Table 13.21: Bulgarian Beer Imports, 2004-2006
Table 13.22: Beer Consumption in Sweden, 2000-2007
Table 13.23: Consumption of Beer Per Capita in Sweden, 2000-2007
Table 13.24: Consumption of Beer Types in Sweden, 2000-2007
Table 14.1: Volume of Spirit Consumption by Country, 2000-2007
Table 14.2: U.S. Spirits Exports to ChinaMarket Shares by Type, 2002-2007
Table 14.3: U.S. Spirits Market Gross Revenue by Price Category, 2008
Table 14.4: U.S. Spirits Market Nine-Liter Cases by Price Category, 2008
Table 14.5: Top Ten U.S. Spirits Export Markets, 2008
Table 14.6: U.S. Bourbon and Tennessee Whiskey Market, 2002-2007
Table 14.7: U.S. Gin Market: Volume by Year and Price Category, 2002-2007
Table 14.8: U.S. Rum Volumes by Price Category, 2002-2007
Table 14.9: U.S. Scotch Volumes by Price Category, 2002-2007
Table 14.10: U.S. Tequila Market, 2000-2007
Table 14.11: U.S. Vodka Market, 2002-2007
Table 14.12: Turkish Exports of Alcoholic and Non-alcoholic Beverages, 2005-2007
Table 14.13: Imports of Alcoholic and Non-alcoholic Beverages by Turkey, 2005-2007
Table 14.14: Main Gin Markets, 2003-2007
Table 14.15: Main Gin Brands, 2003-2007
Table 14.16: Main Gin Companies, 2003-2007
Table 14.17: Additional Whisky Sales Volume by Country (Top Ten), 2007 and 2012
Table 14.18: Leading Regional Vodka Brands, 2003 and 2007
Table 14.19: Market for Selected International Vodka Brands, 2003 and 2007
Table 14.20: Top Ten Vodka Producers in Russia, 2007 and 2008
Table 14.21: The IWSRs Elite Brands List, 2007
Table 15.1: Company-Operated Retail Stores, 2007 and 2008
Table 15.2: Starbucks Retail Sales Mix by Product Type for Company-Operated Stores, 2006-2008
Table 15.3: Starbucks Licensed Retail Stores in Asia Pacific, 2008
Table 15.4: Starbucks Licensed Retail Stores in Europe/Middle East/Africa, 2008
Table 15.5: Starbucks Licensed Retail Stores in Americas, 2008
Table 15.6: Tata Coffees Production of Beverages and Spices, 2000-2007
Table 15.7: Acreage of Beverages and Spices in Tata Estates, 2003-2007
Table 15.8: Danones Sales by Business Line, 2007 and 2008
Table 15.9: Danones Business by Geographical Area, 2007 and 2008
Table 15.10: Nestles Sales by Principal Market, 2007
Table 15.11: AB InBevs Volume Sales by Country, 2007
Table 15.12: Heinekens Sales of Beer in Selected Countries, 2007
Table 15.13: Carlsbergs Market, 2007
Table 15.14: Carlsbergs Brands and Sales, 2007

- Starbucks Corporation
- Tata Coffee Ltd.
- PepsiCo, Inc.
- The Coca-Cola Company
- Groupe Danone
- Nestle S.A.
- Kirin Holdings Company Ltd.
- Cadbury Schweppes
- SABMiller plc
- Anheuser Busch InBev
- InBevs Brands
- Heineken
- Carlsberg
- The Asahi Breweries Group
- Unilever plc
- Diageo plc
- Pernod Ricard
- Fortune Brands, Inc.

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