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The Scottish Food & Drinks Report

  • Published: May 2005
  • Region: United Kingdom, Scotland
  • Leatherhead Food International

FEATURED COMPANIES

  • A McLelland & Son Ltd
  • Baxters Food Group
  • Burn Stewart Distillers
  • Drambuie
  • John Dewar & Sons
  • Whyte & Mackay
  • MORE

Scotland has a wide and varied food and drink industry, exports of which amount to around GBP3bn per annum. Total sales of food and drink in the country are worth in the region of GBP7.5bn, therefore accounting for around 6.5% of the UK's GBP115bn groceries market. Scottish consumers have traditionally been associated with poor diets, with per capita consumption of carbonated soft drinks, biscuits and savoury snacks higher than the UK average, whilst the country is also home to the deep-fried Mars bar. However, the Scottish food and drink industry also contains suppliers of products such as probiotic dairy drinks, organic soups and natural mineral waters.

The Scottish Food & Drinks Report presents an in-depth analysis of the following market sectors: meat and fish products, dairy products, bakery and cereal products, savoury snacks, confectionery, prepared foods and beverages. The Scotch whisky industry is also reviewed at length.

LIST OF TABLES
LIST OF FIGURES

1. INTRODUCTION

2. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
2.1 Industry Turnover and Production
2.2 Retail and Foodservice Sectors
2.3 Key Suppliers
2.4 The Scotch Whisky Industry
2.5 End-user Markets

3. OVERVIEW
3.1 The Industry
3.1.1 Economic Background
3.1.2 Turnover and Production
3.1.3 Initiatives and Projects
3.2 End-user Markets
3.3 Retail Distribution
3.4 Foodservice

4. KEY PLAYERS
4.1 Overview
4.2 Scottish & Newcastle
4.3 Grampian Country Food Group
4.4 Robert Wiseman Dairies
4.5 A McLelland & Son Ltd
4.6 AG Barr
4.7 Belhaven Group Plc
4.8 Baxters Food Group

5. THE SCOTCH WHISKY INDUSTRY
5.1 Overview
5.2 Major Suppliers
5.2.1 Diageo
5.2.2 Pernod Ricard/Allied Domecq
5.2.3 William Grant & Son
5.2.4 Edrington Group
5.2.5 Whyte & Mackay
5.2.6 John Dewar & Sons
5.2.7 Glenmorangie/Moet Hennessy
5.2.8 Burn Stewart Distillers
5.2.9 Drambuie

6. MEAT & FISH PRODUCTS
6.1 Market Size and Trends
6.1.1 Meat and Meat Products
6.1.1.1 Red Meat
6.1.1.2 Pig Meat
6.1.1.3 Poultry Meat
6.1.1.4 Other Meat Products
6.1.2 Fish and Seafood Products
6.2 Industry Supply
6.2.1 Meat and Meat Products
6.2.2 Fish and Seafood Products

7. DAIRY PRODUCTS
7.1 Market Size and Trends
7.1.1 Milk and Cream
7.1.2 Yellow Fats
7.1.3 Cheese
7.1.4 Yoghurt and Chilled Desserts
7.1.5 Ice Cream
7.2 Industry Supply
7.2.1 Mackie’s
7.2.2 Grahams Dairies
7.2.3 Rowan Glen Dairy Products
7.2.4 Others

8. BAKERY & CEREAL PRODUCTS
8.1 Market Size and Trends
8.1.1 Bread
8.1.2 Biscuits and Cakes
8.1.3 Breakfast Cereals
8.2 Industry Supply
8.2.1 Bread
8.2.2 Biscuits and Cakes
8.2.3 Breakfast Cereals
9. SAVOURY SNACKS
9.1 Market Size and Trends
9.2 Industry Supply

10. CONFECTIONERY
10.1 Market Size and Trends
10.2 Industry Supply

11. PREPARED FOODS
11.1 Market Size and Trends
11.1.1 Ready Meals
11.1.2 Pizza
11.1.3 Soups
11.1.4 Sauces
11.1.5 Spreads.
11.2 Industry Supply
11.2.1 Strathmore Foods
11.2.2 Sco-Fro Foods
11.2.3 Simply Organic

12. BEVERAGES
12.1 Market Size and Trends
12.1.1 Soft Drinks
12.1.1.1 Carbonated Soft Drinks
12.1.1.2 Fruit Juices and Drinks
12.1.1.3 Bottled Water
12.1.2 Hot Beverages
12.1.3 Alcoholic Drinks
12.1.3.1 Beer, Lager and Cider
12.1.3.2 Wine
12.1.3.3 Spirits and Liqueurs
12.1.3.4 Flavoured Alcoholic Beverages (FABs)
12.2 Industry Supply
12.2.1 Soft Drinks
12.2.1.1 Highland Spring Ltd
12.2.1.2 The Strathmore Mineral Water Company Ltd
12.2.2 Hot Beverages
12.2.3 Alcoholic Drinks

LIST OF TABLES
Table 3.I: Scottish Economic Activity, 1999-2003
Table 3.II: Scottish Production of Selected Arable Products by Volume, 2000-2004
Table 3.III: Scottish Food and Drink Market by Sector, 2004
Table 3.IV: Per Capita Consumption of Selected Products in Scotland and the UK, 2004
Table 3.V: Shares of the Retail Grocery Markets in Scotland and the UK by Value (%), 2004
Table 3.VI: Scottish Convenience Retail Market by Value, 2000-2004
Table 3.VII: UK Foodservice Market by Country, 1999-2003
Table 3.VIII: Scottish Foodservice Market by Sector, 1999-2003
Table 4.I: Leading Scottish-based Suppliers of Food and Drink
Table 4.II: Scottish & Newcastle: Financial Results, 1999-2003 (GBPm)
Table 4.III: Scottish & Newcastle: Beer Market Shares & Position, 2004
Table 4.IV: Robert Wiseman Dairies: Financial Results, 2000-2004 (GBPm)
Table 4.V: AG Barr: Financial Results, 2001-2005 (GBPm)
Table 4.VI: Belhaven Group: Financial Results, 2000-2004 (GBPm)
Table 5.I: Scotch Whisky Production by Volume, 1999-2003
Table 5.II: Scotch Whisky Exports by Value and Volume, 2000-2004
Table 5.III: Top Scotch Whisky Export Markets by Value and Volume, 2003
Table 5.IV: Major Scotch Whisky Suppliers and their Brands, 2004
Table 6.I: Scottish Meat, Fish & Seafood Products Market by Sector, 2004
Table 6.II: Scottish and UK Beef/Veal Markets by Value, 2000-2004 (GBPm)
Table 6.III: Scottish and UK Lamb/Mutton Markets by Value, 2000-2004 (GBPm)
Table 6.IV: Scottish and UK Poultry Meat Markets by Value, 2000-2004 (GBPm)
Table 6.V: Scottish and UK Bacon Markets by Value, 2000-2004 (GBPm)
Table 6.VI: Scottish and UK Sausages Markets by Value, 2000-2004 (GBPm)
Table 6.VII: Scottish and UK Sliced Cooked Meats Markets by Value, 2000-2004 (GBPm)
Table 6.VIII: UK Chilled Pies and Pastries Markets by Type, 2000-2004 (GBPm)
Table 6.IX: Scottish Fish and Seafood Products Market by Value, 2000-2004
Table 6.X: Leading Scottish Meat Suppliers, 2004
Table 6.XI: Leading Scottish Fish/Seafood Suppliers, 2004
Table 7.I: Scottish Dairy Products Market by Sector, 2004
Table 7.II: Scottish Milk Production by Volume, 2001-2004
Table 7.III: Scottish and UK Milk Markets by Volume and Value, 2000-2004
Table 7.IV: Scottish and UK Yellow Fats Markets by Volume and Value, 2000-2004.
Table 7.V: Scottish Yellow Fats Markets by Sector, 2000-2004 (GBPm)
Table 7.VI: Scottish and UK Cheese Markets by Volume and Value, 2000-2004
Table 7.VII: Scottish Yoghurt and Chilled Desserts Markets by Value, 2000-2004
Table 7.VIII: Scottish Ice Cream Market by Value, 2000-2004
Table 8.I: Scottish Bakery and Cereals Products Market by Sector, 2004
Table 8.II: Scottish and UK Bread Markets by Volume and Value, 2000-2004
Table 8.III: Scottish and UK Biscuits Markets by Volume and Value, 2000-2004
Table 8.IV: Scottish Cakes Market by Value, 2000-2004
Table 8.V: Scottish and UK Breakfast Cereals Markets by Volume and Value,2000-2004
Table 8.VI: Scottish and UK Hot Cereals Markets by Value, 2000-2004 (GBPm)
Table 8.VII: Best Selling Brands in the Scottish Breakfast Cereals Market, 2003
Table 9.I: Scottish and UK Savoury Snacks Markets by Volume and Value 2000-2004
Table 9.II: Best Selling Brands in the Scottish Savoury Snacks Market, 2004
Table 10.I: Scottish and UK Confectionery Markets by Value, 2000-2004 (GBPm)
Table 10.II: Best Selling Brands in the Scottish Confectionery Market, 2003
Table 11.I: Scottish Prepared Foods Market by Sector, 2004
Table 11.II: Scottish and UK Ready Meals Markets by Value, 2000-2004 (GBPm)
Table 11.III: Scottish and UK Retail Pizza Markets by Value, 2000-2004 (GBPm)
Table 11.IV: Scottish Soups Markets by Value, 2000-2004
Table 11.V: Scottish and UK Sauces Markets by Value, 2000-2004 (GBPm)
Table 11.VI: Scottish and UK Jams and Sweet Spreads Markets by Value, 2000- 2004 (GBPm)
Table 12.I: Scottish Beverages Market by Sector, 2004
Table 12.II: Scottish Soft Drinks Market by Sector, 2004
Table 12.III: Scottish & UK Carbonated Soft Drinks Markets by Volume and Value, 2000-2004
Table 12.IV: Scottish and UK Fruit Juices and Drinks Markets by Volume and Value, 2000-2004
Table 12.V: Scottish and UK Bottled Water Markets by Volume and Value, 2000-2004
Table 12.VI: Scottish and UK Tea Markets by Volume and Value, 2000-2004
Table 12.VII: Scottish and UK Coffee Markets by Volume and Value, 2000-2004
Table 12.VIII: Mean Weekly Units of Alcohol Consumed by Sex in Scotland and England, 1999-2002
Table 12.IX: Scottish Alcoholic Drinks Market by Sector, 2004
Table 12.X: Scottish and UK Beer, Lager and Cider Markets by Sector, 2000-2004
Table 12.XI: Sector Shares of the Scottish and UK Beer, Lager and Cider Markets by Value, 2004 (GBPm)
Table 12.XII: Scottish and UK Wine Markets by Sector, 2000-2004
Table 12.XIII: Scottish and UK Spirits and Liqueurs Markets by Sector, 2000-2004
Table 12.XIV: Sector Shares of the Scottish and UK Spirits and Liqueurs Markets by Value, 2004 (GBPm)
Table 12.XV: Scottish and UK Flavoured Alcoholic Beverages (FABs) Markets by Sector, 2000-2004
Table 12.XVI: Best Selling Brands in the Scottish Soft Drinks Market by Value, 2004
Table 12.XVII: Best Selling Brands in the Scottish Take-Home Alcoholic Drinks
Market by Value, 2004

LIST OF FIGURES
Fig. 1: The Scottish Food and Drink Market by Sector, 2004
Fig. 2: Shares of the Liquid Milk Market, 2004
Fig. 3: Shares of the UK Ambient Wet Soups Market, 2004
Fig. 4: UK Red Meat Market by Sector, 2004
Fig. 5: UK Poultry Meat Market by Sector, 2004
Fig. 6: UK Fish/Seafood Retail Market by Sector, 2004
Fig. 7: Scottish Yoghurt and Chilled Desserts Market by Sector, 2004
Fig. 8: Scottish Biscuits Market by Sector, 2004
Fig. 9: Shares of the Scottish Breakfast Cereals Market, 2004
Fig. 10: Shares of the Scottish Savoury Snacks Market, 2004
Fig. 11: Scottish Confectionery Market by Sector, 2004
Fig. 12: Scottish Carbonated Soft Drinks Market by Sector, 2004
Fig. 13: Scottish Tea Market by Sector, 2004
Fig. 14: Shares of the Scottish Tea Market, 2004

- Diageo
- Pernod Ricard/Allied Domecq
- William Grant & Son
- Edrington Group
- Whyte & Mackay
- John Dewar & Sons
- Glenmorangie/Moet Hennessy
- Burn Stewart Distillers
- Drambuie
- Scottish & Newcastle
- Grampian Country Food Group
- A McLelland & Son Ltd
- AG Barr
- Belhaven Group Plc
- Baxters Food Group

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