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Functional Drinks in the UK

  • Published: August 2006
  • Region: Europe, United Kingdom, Great Britain
  • 51 Pages
  • Euromonitor International

FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Asda Group Ltd
  • Coca-Cola Enterprises Ltd
  • Hildon Ltd
  • Princes Soft Drinks Ltd
  • Spadel (UK) Ltd
  • Ubevco Distributors Ltd
  • MORE

Our Functional Drinks in the UK report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the market at a national level. It provides the latest retail sales data (2000-2005), allowing you to identify the sectors driving growth. It identifies the leading companies, the leading brands and offers strategic analysis of key factors influencing the market - be they legislative, distribution, packaging or pricing issues. Forecasts to 2010 illustrate how the market is set to change.

Product coverage includes: sports drinks, energy drinks, elixirs

Data coverage: market sizes (historic and forecasts), company shares and brand shares

Why buy this report?
- Get a detailed picture of the functional drinks industry
- Pinpoint growth sectors and identify factors driving change
- Understand the competitive environment, the market’s major players and leading brands
- Use five-year forecasts to assess how the market is predicted to develop

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1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

2. TOTAL SOFT DRINKS
- 2.1 Market Performance
Table 1 Off-Trade vs On-Trade Sales of Soft Drinks (as sold) by Channel: Volume 1999-2004
Table 2 Off-Trade vs On-Trade Sales of Soft Drinks (as sold) by Channel: Value 1999-2004
Table 3 Off-Trade vs On-Trade Sales of Soft Drinks (as sold) by Channel: % Volume Growth 1999-2004
Table 4 Off-Trade vs On-Trade Sales of Soft Drinks (as sold) by Channel: % Value Growth 1999-2004
Table 5 Off-Trade vs On-Trade Sales of Soft Drinks (as sold) by Sector: Volume 2004
Table 6 Off-Trade vs On-Trade Sales of Soft Drinks (as sold) by Sector: Value 2004
Table 7 Off-Trade vs On-Trade Sales of Soft Drinks (as sold) by Sector: % Volume 2004
Table 8 Off-Trade vs On-Trade Sales of Soft Drinks (as sold) by Sector: % value 2004
Table 9 Company Shares of Total Soft Drinks (RTD) by Volume 2000-2004
Table 10 Brand Shares of Total Soft Drinks (RTD) by Volume 2001-2004
Table 11 Forecast Off-Trade Vs On-Trade Sales of Soft Drinks by Channel: Volume 2004/2009
Table 12 Forecast Off-Trade Vs On-Trade Sales of Soft Drinks by Channel: Value 2004/2009
Table 13 Forecast Off-Trade Vs On-Trade Sales of Soft Drinks by Channel: % Volume Growth 2004/2009
Table 14 Forecast Off-Trade Vs On-Trade Sales of Soft Drinks by Channel: % Value Growth 2004/2009
- 2.2 On-trade Shares
Table 15 Company Shares of On-trade Soft Drinks (RTD) by Volume 2000-2004
Table 16 Brand Shares of On-trade Soft Drinks (RTD) by Volume 2001-2004

3. OFF-TRADE SOFT DRINKS
- 3.1 Market Performance
Table 17 Off-Trade Sales of Soft Drinks by Sector: Volume 1999-2004
Table 18 Off-Trade Sales of Soft Drinks by Sector: Value 1999-2004
Table 19 Off-Trade Sales of Soft Drinks by Sector: % Volume Growth 1999-2004
Table 20 Off-Trade Sales of Soft Drinks by Sector: % Value Growth 1999-2004
- 3.2 Key Trends and Developments
- 3.3 Competitive Environment
Table 21 Company Shares of Off-Trade Soft Drinks (as sold) by Volume 2000-2004
Table 22 Brand Shares of Off-Trade Soft Drinks (as sold) by Volume 2001-2004
Table 23 Company Shares of Off-Trade Soft Drinks (RTD) by Volume 2000-2004
Table 24 Brand Shares of Off-Trade Soft Drinks (RTD) by Volume 2001-2004
Table 25 Company Shares of Off-Trade Soft Drinks by Value 2000-2004
Table 26 Brand Shares of Off-Trade Soft Drinks by Value 2001-2004
- 3.4 Leading Company Profiles – Barr (AG) Plc
Summary 1 AG Barr Operational Indicators 2003
Table 27 Barr AG Plc Shares of Off-Trade Soft Drinks by Subsector 2000-2004
- 3.5 Leading Company Profiles – Britvic Soft Drinks Ltd
Summary 2 Britvic Soft Drinks Ltd Operational Indicators 2003
Table 28 Britvic Soft Drinks Ltd Shares of Off-Trade Soft Drinks by Subsector 2000-2004
- 3.6 Leading Company Profiles – Coca-Cola Enterprises Ltd
Summary 3 Coca-Cola Enterprises Ltd. Operational Indicators 2002
Table 29 Coca-Cola Enterprises Ltd Shares of Off-Trade Soft Drinks by Subsector 2000-2004
- 3.7 Leading Company Profiles – Danone Waters (UK & Ireland) Ltd
Summary 4 Danone Waters (UK and Ireland) Ltd Operational Indicators
Table 30 Danone Waters (UK and Ireland) Ltd Shares of Off-Trade Soft Drinks by Subsector2000-2004
- 3.8 Leading Company Profiles – Gerber Foods Soft Drinks Ltd
Summary 5 Gerber Foods Soft Drinks Ltd Operational Indicators 2002
Table 31 Gerber Foods Soft Drinks Ltd Shares of Off-Trade Soft Drinks by Subsector 2000-2004
- 3.9 Leading Company Profiles – GlaxoSmithKline Plc
Summary 6 GlaxoSmithKline Plc Operational Indicators 2003
Table 32 GlaxoSmithKline Plc Shares of Off-Trade Soft Drinks by Subsector 2000-2004
- 3.10 Leading Company Profiles – Nestlé Waters UK Ltd
Summary 7 Nestlé Waters Global Operational Indicators 2004
- 3.11 Leading Company Profiles – Princes Soft Drinks
Summary 8 Princes Soft Drinks Operational Indicators 2002
Table 33 Princes Soft Drinks Shares of Off-Trade Soft Drinks by Subsector 2000-2004
- 3.12 Leading Company Profiles – Tropicana UK Ltd
Summary 9 Tropicana UK Operational Indicators 2003
- 3.13 Emerging and Niche Companies
- 3.14 Off-Trade Distribution
Table 34 Off-Trade Sales of Soft Drinks by Sector and Distribution Format: % Analysis 2004
- 3.15 Retailer Activity and Private Label Trends
Table 35 Penetration of Private Label (as sold) by Sector by Volume 2000-2004
Table 36 Penetration of Private Label (RTD) by Sector by Volume 2000-2004
Table 37 Penetration of Private Label by Sector by Value 2000-2004
- 3.16 Forecast Market Performance
Table 38 Forecast Off-Trade Sales of Soft Drinks by Sector: Volume 2004-2009
Table 39 Forecast Off-Trade Sales of Soft Drinks by Sector: Value 2004-2009
Table 40 Forecast Off-Trade Sales of Soft Drinks by Sector: % Volume Growth 2004-2009
Table 41 Forecast Off-Trade Sales of Soft Drinks by Sector: % Value Growth 2004-2009

4. FUNCTIONAL DRINKS OFF-TRADE SALES
- 4.1 Sector Performance
Table 42 Off-Trade Sales of Functional Drinks by Subsector: Volume 1999-2004
Table 43 Off-Trade Sales of Functional Drinks by Subsector: Value 1999-2004
Table 44 Off-Trade Sales of Functional Drinks by Subsector: % Volume Growth 1999-2004
Table 45 Off-Trade Sales of Functional Drinks by Subsector: % Value Growth 1999-2004
Table 46 Off-Trade Company Shares of Functional Drinks by Volume 2000-2004
Table 47 Off-Trade Brand Shares of Functional Drinks by Volume 2001-2004
Table 48 Off-Trade Company Shares of Functional Drinks by Value 2000-2004
Table 49 Off-Trade Brand Shares of Functional Drinks by Value 2001-2004
Table 50 Forecast Off-Trade Sales of Functional Drinks by Subsector: Volume 2004-2009
Table 51 Forecast Off-Trade Sales of Functional Drinks by Subsector: Value 2004-2009
Table 52 Forecast Off-Trade Sales of Functional Drinks by Subsector: % Volume Growth 2004-2009
Table 53 Forecast Off-Trade Sales of Functional Drinks by Subsector: % Value Growth 2004-2009
- 4.2 Flavours
Table 54 Functional Drinks: % Volume Breakdown 2003/2004
- 4.3 New Product Developments
Summary 10 Functional Drinks: New Product Launches 2003-2004

5. DEFINITIONS

6. APPENDIX
- 6.1 Concentrates Conversions
Table 55 Concentrates Conversion Factors for Ready-to-Drink Format
- 6.2 Institutional Sales of Bottled Water
Table 56 Sales of Bottled Water to Institutional Channel 1998-2003

Consumer health concerns see increased manufacturer focus on sugar-free variants
Consumer demand for healthier drinks led to a decline in sales of carbonated drinks towards the end of the review period. Media reports regarding rising obesity rates led to consumers paying more attention to what they drink and seeking alternatives to sugar-laden carbonates.

Soft drinks manufacturers responded to this trend by focussing heavily on low calorie carbonates. Companies also looked to increase their portfolio of healthier soft drinks such as still fruit/vegetable juice and bottled water. In a move to reposition itself as the total beverage company The Coca-Cola Co rebranded its fruit-flavoured low calorie range of carbonates as Z, with this standing for Zero Added Sugar. The company did this to raise awareness of its low calorie range. Coca-Cola also rolled out its Minute Maid fruit/vegetable juice range in the UK.

Companies Mentioned Include:
- Coca-Cola Enterprises Ltd
- Britvic Soft Drinks Ltd
- GlaxoSmithKline Plc
- Tesco Plc
- J Sainsbury Plc
- Princes Soft Drinks Ltd
- Danone Waters (UK & Ireland) Ltd
- Asda Group Ltd
- Barr (AG) Plc
- Nestlé Waters UK Ltd
- Nichols Plc
- Gerber Foods Soft Drinks Ltd
- Bottle Green Drinks Co
- Highland Spring Ltd
- Tropicana UK Ltd
- Strathmore Mineral Water Co Ltd
- Del Monte Foods (UK) Ltd
- Silver Spring Mineral Water Co Ltd
- Red Bull Co Ltd
- Waitrose Ltd
- Trustin Unimerchants Ltd
- T & T Beverages Ltd
- Waters & Robson / Abbey Well
- Red Bull Company Ltd.
- Unilever Bestfoods UK Ltd
- Hildon Ltd
- Spadel (UK) Ltd
- SHS Sales & Marketing Ltd
- C&C (Ireland) Ltd
- Procter & Gamble Ltd
- Perrier Vittel (UK) Ltd
- Virgin Drinks Co Ltd, The
- Danone Holdings (UK) Ltd
- Ubevco Distributors Ltd
- Well Well Well (UK) Ltd
- Evian Volvic (UK & Ireland) Ltd

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