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Carbonates in France

  • ID: 64224
  • Report
  • February 2017
  • Region: Europe, France
  • 34 Pages
  • Euromonitor International
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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Andros SA
  • Danone, Groupe
  • France Boissons SA
  • Neptune SA
  • Orangina-Schweppes
  • Schweppes France SA
  • MORE
Consumers showed less interest in carbonates over the review period, leading to the category recording an off-trade volume CAGR decline of 2%, while value sales remained fairly flat. Cola carbonates hampered the wider category’s performance. Even though unit prices increased, this was not enough to offset the volume decline. Indeed, consumer health awareness increased, encouraging manufacturers to develop new reduced sugar cola carbonates or stevia-based colas.

The Carbonates in France report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the market at a national level. It provides the latest retail sales data (2012-2016), 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 2021 illustrate how the market is set to change.

Product coverage: Cola Carbonates, Non-Cola Carbonates.

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

Why buy this report?
- Get a detailed picture of the Carbonates market;
- 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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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Andros SA
  • Danone, Groupe
  • France Boissons SA
  • Neptune SA
  • Orangina-Schweppes
  • Schweppes France SA
  • MORE
CARBONATES IN FRANCE

February 2017

LIST OF CONTENTS AND TABLES

Headlines
Trends
Competitive Landscape
Prospects
Category Data
Table 1 Off-trade vs On-trade Sales of Carbonates: Volume 2011-2016
Table 2 Off-trade vs On-trade Sales of Carbonates: Value 2011-2016
Table 3 Off-trade vs On-trade Sales of Carbonates: % Volume Growth 2011-2016
Table 4 Off-trade vs On-trade Sales of Carbonates: % Value Growth 2011-2016
Table 5 Off-trade Sales of Carbonates by Category: Volume 2011-2016
Table 6 Off-trade Sales of Carbonates by Category: Value 2011-2016
Table 7 Off-trade Sales of Carbonates by Category: % Volume Growth 2011-2016
Table 8 Off-trade Sales of Carbonates by Category: % Value Growth 2011-2016
Table 9 Total Sales of Carbonates by Fountain On-trade: Volume 2011-2016
Table 10 Total Sales of Carbonates by Fountain On-trade: % Volume Growth 2011-2016
Table 11 Leading Flavours for Cola Carbonates: % Volume 2011-2016
Table 12 Leading Flavours for Non-cola Carbonates: % Volume 2011-2016
Table 13 NBO Company Shares of Off-trade Carbonates: % Volume 2012-2016
Table 14 LBN Brand Shares of Off-trade Carbonates: % Volume 2013-2016
Table 15 NBO Company Shares of Off-trade Carbonates: % Value 2012-2016
Table 16 LBN Brand Shares of Off-trade Carbonates: % Value 2013-2016
Table 17 Forecast Off-trade Sales of Carbonates by Category: Volume 2016-2021
Table 18 Forecast Off-trade Sales of Carbonates by Category: Value 2016-2021
Table 19 Forecast Off-trade Sales of Carbonates by Category: % Volume Growth 2016-2021
Table 20 Forecast Off-trade Sales of Carbonates by Category: % Value Growth 2016-2021
Table 21 Forecast Total Sales of Carbonates by Fountain On-trade: Volume 2016-2021
Table 22 Forecast Total Sales of Carbonates by Fountain On-trade: % Volume Growth 2016-2021
Neptune SA in Soft Drinks (france)
Strategic Direction
Key Facts
Summary 1 Neptune SA: Key Facts
Competitive Positioning
Summary 2 Neptune SA: Competitive Position 2016
Executive Summary
French Soft Drinks Market Struggles in 2016 Partly Due To Weather Conditions
Manufacturers Increasingly Focus on Natural Products
Private Label Suffers From Consumer Disaffection
New Product Launches Relate To Health and Wellness
Deflation To Hamper Value Growth Over the Forecast Period
Key Trends and Developments
Consumers Show A Greater Interest in Healthier and More Natural Products
Discounters Outperformed by Supermarkets and Hypermarkets
Soft Drinks Face Tight Regulations Due To Public Health Policy Objectives
Market Data
Table 23 Off-trade vs On-trade Sales of Soft Drinks (RTD) by Channel: Volume 2011-2016
Table 24 Off-trade vs On-trade Sales of Soft Drinks (RTD) by Channel: % Volume Growth 2011-2016
Table 25 Off-trade vs On-trade Sales of Soft Drinks by Channel: Value 2011-2016
Table 26 Off-trade vs On-trade Sales of Soft Drinks by Channel: % Value Growth 2011-2016
Table 27 Off-trade vs On-trade Sales of Soft Drinks (as sold) by Category: Volume 2016
Table 28 Off-trade vs On-trade Sales of Soft Drinks (as sold) by Category: % Volume 2016
Table 29 Off-trade vs On-trade Sales of Soft Drinks by Category: Value 2016
Table 30 Off-trade vs On-trade Sales of Soft Drinks by Category: % Value 2016
Table 31 Off-trade Sales of Soft Drinks (RTD) by Category: Volume 2011-2016
Table 32 Off-trade Sales of Soft Drinks (RTD) by Category: % Volume Growth 2011-2016
Table 33 Off-trade Sales of Soft Drinks by Category: Value 2011-2016
Table 34 Off-trade Sales of Soft Drinks by Category: % Value Growth 2011-2016
Table 35 Total Sales of Soft Drinks by Fountain On-trade: Volume 2011-2016
Table 36 Total Sales of Soft Drinks by Fountain On-trade: % Volume Growth 2011-2016
Table 37 NBO Company Shares of Total Soft Drinks (RTD): % Volume 2012-2016
Table 38 LBN Brand Shares of Total Soft Drinks (RTD): % Volume 2013-2016
Table 39 NBO Company Shares of On-trade Soft Drinks (RTD): % Volume 2012-2016
Table 40 LBN Brand Shares of On-trade Soft Drinks (RTD): % Volume 2013-2016
Table 41 NBO Company Shares of Off-trade Soft Drinks (RTD): % Volume 2012-2016
Table 42 LBN Brand Shares of Off-trade Soft Drinks (RTD): % Volume 2013-2016
Table 43 NBO Company Shares of Off-trade Soft Drinks: % Value 2012-2016
Table 44 LBN Brand Shares of Off-trade Soft Drinks: % Value 2013-2016
Table 45 Penetration of Private Label in Off-trade Soft Drinks (RTD) by Category: % Volume 2011-2016
Table 46 Penetration of Private Label in Off-trade Soft Drinks by Category: % Value 2011-2016
Table 47 Distribution of Off-trade Soft Drinks (as sold) by Format and Category: % Volume 2016
Table 48 Forecast Off-trade vs On-trade Sales of Soft Drinks (RTD) by Channel: Volume 2016-2021
Table 49 Forecast Off-trade vs On-trade Sales of Soft Drinks (RTD) by Channel: % Volume Growth 2016-2021
Table 50 Forecast Off-trade vs On-trade Sales of Soft Drinks by Channel: Value 2016-2021
Table 51 Forecast Off-trade vs On-trade Sales of Soft Drinks by Channel: % Value Growth 2016-2021
Table 52 Forecast Off-trade Sales of Soft Drinks (RTD) by Category: Volume 2016-2021
Table 53 Forecast Off-trade Sales of Soft Drinks (RTD) by Category: % Volume Growth 2016-2021
Table 54 Forecast Off-trade Sales of Soft Drinks by Category: Value 2016-2021
Table 55 Forecast Off-trade Sales of Soft Drinks by Category: % Value Growth 2016-2021
Table 56 Forecast Total Sales of Soft Drinks by Fountain On-trade: Volume 2016-2021
Table 57 Forecast Total Sales of Soft Drinks by Fountain On-trade: % Volume Growth 2016-2021
Appendix
Fountain Sales in France
Sources
Summary 3 Research Sources
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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Andros SA
  • Danone, Groupe
  • France Boissons SA
  • Neptune SA
  • Orangina-Schweppes
  • Schweppes France SA
  • MORE
Overall volumes down again in 2005
Sales of carbonates stagnated in total volume terms in 2005 which, combined with an ongoing decline in volume sales of bottled water and fruit/vegetable juice, meant that soft drinks in France experienced a further decline in overall terms.

There are a number of reasons for this poor performance. A high level of sales was reached in 2003 due to exceptional weather, with sales declining from this point. In addition, sales were constrained by the perception that soft drinks such as carbonates are unhealthy and contribute to obesity in both adults and children. Indeed, a substantial and growing proportion of French consumers are becoming increasingly reluctant to consume drinks that feature high levels of sugar. This trend is being given added weight by a number of public education programmes sponsored by the French government. As a result of this, leading soft drinks producers such as PepsiCo and Coca-Cola encountered difficulties in terms of increasing their sales in 2005.
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Companies Mentioned Include:
- Andros SA
- Berger SA
- Cidou SA
- Coca-Cola Entreprises SA
- Danone, Groupe
- Distriborg France
- Domaines SA
- Eckes-Granini France SNC
- France Boissons SA
- Joker SA
- Karlsbräu France SA
- Monin SA
- Neptune SA
- Nestlé Waters France SAS
- Nutrition & Santé SAS
- Orangina Pampryl
- Orangina-Schweppes
- PepsiCo France SNC
- Perrier Vittel France SA
- Procter & Gamble France SNC
- Routin SA
- Schweppes France SA
- Société des Eaux Minérales de Saint-Amand
- Sunny Delight Beverages Co
- Teisseire France SA
- Unilever Bestfoods France SA
- Vergers d'Alsace SA, Les
- Virgin Cola France
- Wattwiller Société des
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