Bottled water decreased in both volume and value terms during the last few years, resulting from a number of factors. The first of these is the inconvenience of shopping for bottled water and then having to carry it home. Consumers tend to do their weekly or monthly shopping at big retail chains, which are usually located on the outskirts of cities and towns, and thus buying big packs of bottled water can be a burdensome task.
The Bottled Water in Israel report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the market at a national level. It provides the latest retail sales data (2011-2015), 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 2020 illustrate how the market is set to change.
Product coverage: Carbonated Bottled Water, Flavoured Bottled Water, Functional Bottled Water, Still Bottled Water.
Data coverage: market sizes (historic and forecasts), company shares, brand shares and distribution data.
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BOTTLED WATER IN ISRAEL
LIST OF CONTENTS AND TABLES
Institutional Bottled Water Sales
Table 1 Sales of Bottled Water to Institutional Channel 2010
Soft drinks sales in Israel continued its growth in 2004 to reach sales of about 1,142 million litres and NIS7328 million. The growing popularity towards healthy products such as bottled water, fruit/vegetable juice, and functional drinks, were major factors that stimulated sales in 2004. The growing health awareness of Israelis along with the desire to adopt healthier lifestyles increased demand for related products among consumers. In addition, the improvement in Israel’s economic situation and the increase in disposable income strengthened consumption of several products, including soft drinks in 2004.
Companies Mentioned Include:
- Mayanot Eden Ltd
- Central Bottling Co Ltd, The
- Yafora-Tavori Marketing Partnership Ltd
- Gat Food Canneries Ltd
- Neviot-Tevaa Hagalil Ltd
- Tempo Beer Industries Ltd
- Ganir Ltd
- Mayanot Vivian
- M Prop & Son Ltd
- Gotgold Gidon Ltd
- Carmei Zvi-Segal Bros Ltd
- Carmel Mizrachi Wineries Ltd
- Yachin Ltd
- Extra Consumer Goods Marketing Ltd
- Asis Food Industries Ltd
- Wissotzky Tea (Israel) Ltd
- Temko Beer Ltd
- Milos Ltd
- Berkman Factories Ltd