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Search "Soft Drinks in China" returned 7,906 results.

Soft Drinks Markets in China

China's demand for Soft Drinks has grown at a fast pace in the past decade. In the next decade, both production and demand will continue to grow. The Chinese economy maintains a high speed growth which...

June 2015
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Research Report on Soft Drink Industry in China, 2014-2018

In China, soft drinks refer to natural or synthetic beverages with less than 0 5% of alcohol content, which may result from fermentation of sugars in an unsterile environment and the preparation of...

April 2014
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Research Report on Soft Drink Industry in China, 2014-2018

In China, soft drinks refer to natural or synthetic beverages with less than 0 5% of alcohol content, which may result from fermentation of sugars in an unsterile environment and the preparation of...

April 2014
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Soft Drinks in China

Chinese consumers continue to show interest in premium soft drinks. They perceive higher-priced products to contain higher-quality ingredients, especially in areas such as juice and bottled water, where...

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Soft Drinks in Hong Kong, China

Soft drinks in Hong Kong continued to record good positive growth in 2014 in both off-trade and on-trade terms. The political situation, such as the Umbrella Revolution protests, had little impact on...

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Carbonates in China

The two giants employed different strategies to develop cola carbonates and non-cola carbonates. On one hand, they engaged in new product development in non-cola carbonates to drive sales growth in...

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RTD Coffee in China

Over the review period RTD coffee gained popularity among consumers with increasingly busy lifestyles. Comparatively, RTD coffee is more convenient than instant coffee as there is no need to boil water...

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Concentrates in China

Concentrates in China continued to see low acceptance as consumers with fast-paced lifestyles, especially in urban areas, are not willing to spend time diluting these products. Furthermore, due to the...

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Asian Speciality Drinks in China

Total volume sales of Asian speciality drinks grew by 15% in 2014. The category comprises only one type of drinks – RTD vinegar drinks. Although RTD vinegar drinks continued to gain popularity due to...

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Energy Drinks in China

With increasingly hectic lifestyles people, especially the young generation, stay up late, which encourages demand for energy-sustaining products. Energy drinks manufacturers highlighted their products’...

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RTD Tea in China

The number of hot days in the summer of 2014 was lower than is typical, which had a negative effect on growth in RTD tea as summer is the key sales season. Promotional efforts such as the “icy feeling”...

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Carbonates in Hong Kong, China

Rising health awareness resulted in continuous decline for carbonates. Consumers continued to turn their back on carbonates due to the high level of sugar in the product. High publicity on health issues...

May 2015
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Soft Drinks in China

Introduction Soft Drinks in China industry profile provides top-line qualitative and quantitative summary information including: market share, market size (value and volume 2009-13, and forecast to...

September 2014
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Asian Speciality Drinks in Hong Kong, China

Asian speciality drinks attracts health-conscious consumers, as many products, such as ginseng drink, momordica (bitter gourd) drink, and sugarcane drink, are believed to have health benefits. Some...

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Sports Drinks in China

Advertising linked to high-profile sports events was the main driver of growth in 2014. The strategy resonates with young consumers – the main target group. The key event of 2014 was the FIFA World...

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Juice in China

Chinese consumers remained more orientated towards naturally healthy drinks such as bottled water and functional drinks such as sports drinks and energy drinks, with many young consumers regarding fruit...

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Bottled Water in China

As the economy grows and living standards improve, consumers are increasingly demanding with respect to water. The trend of trading up was evident over the review period. To cater to this demand, manufacturers...

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RTD Coffee in Hong Kong, China

Hong Kong has a traditional tea drinking culture, but experienced a rising coffee culture. This was due to the perception that coffee was a fashionable beverage, and the rising number of coffee houses...

May 2015
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Consumer Trends in the Soft Drinks Market in China

Synopsis - This report provides the results for the Soft Drinks market in China, from Canadean’s unique, highly detailed and proprietary online survey of consumers’ Consumer Packaged Goods (CPG) consumption...

March 2012
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RTD Tea in Hong Kong, China

Hong Kong has a traditional tea drinking culture, and tea is believed to have many health benefits, such as its anti-oxidant properties. RTD tea provides the health benefits of tea in a convenient format...

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