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Flavored Alcoholic Beverages (Fabs) Market in the US to 2014 (Beer, Cider and FABs) Product Image

Flavored Alcoholic Beverages (Fabs) Market in the US to 2014 (Beer, Cider and FABs)

  • Published: April 2011
  • Region: United States
  • 31 pages
  • Datamonitor

Introduction

Flavored Alcoholic Beverages (Fabs) Market in the US to 2014 (Beer, Cider and FABs) is a comprehensive resource for flavored alcoholic beverages (fabs) market data from 2004 to 2014 and market/company shares for 2008-09.This report also provides data on expenditure and consumption as well as key distribution channels, and reveals the leading companies in the US flavored alcoholic beverages (fabs) market.

Features and Benefits

- Identify key market segments by analyzing market size data for the flavored alcoholic beverages (fabs) market
- Design business strategies by gaining insight into quantitative market trends over 2004-09 and expectations for 2010-14
- Identify key companies in the flavored alcoholic beverages (fabs) market in the US and design M&A strategies by analyzing market share data
- Predict how consumer preferences will change in the future by analysis of expenditure and consumption information from 2004 to 2014

Highlights

- The flavored alcoholic beverages (fabs) market in the US decreased at a compound annual growth rate of 1.2% between 2004 and 2009.
- The pre-mixed spirits segment led the flavored alcoholic READ MORE >



Chapter 1 Executive Summary
Summary category level: FABs

Chapter 2 Definition

Chapter 3 Category Analysis: FABs
Value analysis (US Dollar), 2004-09
Value analysis (US Dollar), 2009-14
Volume analysis, 2004-09
Volume analysis, 2009-14
Company and brand share analysis
Distribution analysis
Expenditure and consumption per capita

Chapter 4 Macroeconomic Profile
Macroeconomic Indicators

Chapter 5 Research Methodology
Methodology overview
Secondary research
Market modeling
Creating an initial data model
Revising the initial data model
Creating a final estimate
Creating demographic value splits
Primary research
Data finalization
Ongoing research

LIST OF FIGURES
Figure 1: FABs, US, value by segment ($m), 2004-14
Figure 2: FABs, US, category growth comparison, by value, 2004-14
Figure 3: FABs, US, volume by segment (liters, million), 2004-14
Figure 4: FABs, US, category growth comparison, by volume, 2004-14
Figure 5: FABs, US, company share by volume (%), 2008-09
Figure 6: FABs, US, distribution channels by volume (%), 2008-09
Figure 7: Annual data review process

LIST OF TABLES
Table 1: FABs category definitions
Table 2: FABs distribution channels
Table 3: FABs, US, value by segment ($m), 2004-09
Table 4: FABs, US, value forecast by segment ($m), 2009-14
Table 5: FABs, US, volume by segment (liters, million), 2004-09
Table 6: FABs, US, volume forecast by segment (liters, million), 2009-14
Table 7: FABs, US, brand share by volume (%), 2008-09
Table 8: FABs, US, volume by brand (liters, million), 2008-09
Table 9: FABs, US, company share by volume (%), 2008-09
Table 10: FABs, US, volume by company (liters, million), 2008-09
Table 11: FABs, US, distribution channels by volume (%), 2008-09
Table 12: FABs, US, volume by distribution channel (liters, million), 2008-09
Table 13: FABs, US, expenditure per capita ($), 2004-09
Table 14: FABs, US, forecast expenditure per capita ($), 2009-14
Table 15: FABs, US, consumption per capita (liters), 2004-09
Table 16: FABs, US, forecast consumption per capita (liters), 2009-14
Table 17: US population, by age group, 2004-09 (millions)
Table 18: US population forecast, by age group, 2009-14 (millions)
Table 19: US population, by gender, 2004-09 (millions)
Table 20: US population forecast, by gender, 2009-14 (millions)
Table 21: US nominal GDP, 2004-09 ($bn, nominal prices)
Table 22: US nominal GDP forecast, 2009-14 ($bn, nominal prices)
Table 23: US real GDP, 2004-09 ($bn, 2000 prices)
Table 24: US real GDP forecast, 2009-14 ($bn, 2000 prices)
Table 25: US consumer price index, 2004-09 (2000=100)
Table 26: US consumer price index, 2009-14 (2000=100)

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