Quarterly Beverage Tracker Second Quarter 2016: Northern Ireland; Comprehensive Quarterly Analysis of Year on Year Performance for All Commercial Beverages

  • ID: 3858004
  • Report
  • Region: Ireland, Northern Ireland
  • 12 pages
  • GlobalData
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Summary:

Growing health concerns among consumers lower temperatures and on-going sugar debate have negatively impacted the growth of categories such as carbonates and sports drinks. Functionality of energy drinks continues to prevent declines during growing sugar awareness. Alcoholic drinks also showed decline in Q2 16 due to cooler weather and declining volume sales in Horeca channels. However beer continues to show a strong indication of growth due to sport events.

Key Findings:

- Tonic mixers continue to see growth in the period due to the fresh appeal of cocktails

- Health conscious consumers are shifting their sports hydration needs away from sports drinks and onto other categories perceived as healthier such as packaged water

- Functionality of energy drinks continues to prevent declines during growing sugar awareness

The Northern Ireland Quarterly Beverage Tracker Q2-16 covering carbonates sports drinks energy drinks beer and cider is an essential tool for keeping up-to-date with the latest industry performance and developments on a quarterly basis covering:

- Topline consumption volumes for Q2-2016vs Q2-2015 moving annual totals (MAT) and latest 2016 forecasts for all beverage categories

- Carbonates consumption data for Q2-2016vs Q2-2015 moving annual totals (MAT) and latest 2016 forecasts split by regular vs. low calorie and key flavor

- An economic mood indicator with an at a glance assessment of industry confidence levels Private Label performance vs. brands and price trends

- Insightful and valuable analysis of the drivers behind the latest quarterly trends and assumptions for full year 2016

- Analysis of significant activity in the soft drinks market including new product introductions (ranked by brand owner and detailing flavour pack type/size retail price and selected product shots)

- Update on important soft drinks corporate activity

- Quarterly selected retail price movements for key brands by category covering the most recent five quarters

- Our annual Q2 special focus update on the latest trends in Private Label soft drinks

Reasons To Buy:

- Gain an in-depth understanding of the most up-to-date trends in the Northern Ireland beverage industry to support and enhance your strategic planning

- Investigate the latest quarterly and emerging annual trends in Northern Ireland to back your marketing initiatives

- Analyse the latest beverage category 2016 forecast projections to make well-informed decisions on the outlook in the marketplace for your company

- View a selection of the key quarterly new soft drinks product launches and identify competitor activity

- Access a quarterly Special Focus on a current industry 'hot topic' offering qualitative insight from local consultants to determine opportunities for product innovation
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Table of Contents
1.1 At A Glance
1.2 Impact Of The Economic Situation
1.3 Highlights
1.4 Market Drivers
1.5 Market Trends
1.6 Soft Drinks
1.6.1 Carbonates
1.6.2 Sports Drinks
1.6.3 Energy Drinks
1.7 Alcoholic Drinks
1.7.1 Alcoholic Drinks
1.8 Data Tables

List of Tables
Table 1: Northern Ireland at a Glance - Quarterly Performance and Latest Forecast
Table 2: Impact Of The Economic Situation
Table 3: Commercial Beverage Market Trends - Million Liters, 2015-2016F
Table 4: Commercial Beverage Market Trends - Million Unit Cases, 2015-2016F
Table 5: Soft Drinks Market Trends - Million Liters, 2015-2016F
Table 6: Soft Drinks Market Trends - Million Unit Cases, 2015-2016F
Table 7: Carbonates Market Trends - Million Liters, 2015-2016F
Table 8: Carbonates Market Trends - Million Unit Cases, 2015-2016F
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