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  1. Caribbean Beer Market Insights Report 2016

    By: Canadean
    , Published: Sep-2016
    , Product code: BRMICB16
    Overall, the Aruba beer market continued to be highly fragmented, with strong presence of imported brands. In 2015, Heineken not only continued its robust performance thanks to its strong brand positioning due to free trade agreements with Holland, but it also gained market share due to the volume drop of the brand Polar (Kuster`s Trading). Other brands experienced a remarkable growth due to the aggressive expansion plan particularly in those countries that are located in the south of the Caribbean
    $11,190.00

  2. Global Beverage Forecasts September 2016; Comprehensive Topline Analysis of All Commercial Beverages Trends and Forecasts

    By: Canadean
    , Published: Sep-2016
    , Product code: GFFU0916
    As consumers have switched to healthier and more varied beverages, carbonates consumption in general, and cola in particular, has been eroded by the steady expansion in alternative soft drinks, from iced/RTD tea and coffee drinks to packaged water, sport drinks and energy drinks. However, industry investments in healthier alternatives in the form of lower calorie products have so far met with little success. Indeed, diet soft drinks have been declining more quickly than regular for several years now and we expect that trend will continue to identify more palatable sweetener combinations than the current offerings. Flavored milk is likely to record growth, following a global trend, while fermented milk and soymilk are anticipated to grow due to their healthy credentials.
    $10,720.00

  3. Quarterly Beverage Tracker Second Quarter 2016: East Europe; Comprehensive Quarterly Analysis of Year on Year Performance for All Commercial Beverages

    By: Canadean
    , Published: Aug-2016
    , Product code: QTEEQ216
    Taking all beverages combined, Q2-16 proved to be another uneventful, flat quarter, with small gains made by soft drinks and dairy drinks being neutralized by a poor performance across the alcohol category. Growth within soft drinks remained largely dependent on packaged water which grew and helped to compensate for losses across juice and nectars. Most new water volume came from Poland, aided by a warm May and June, and Turkey, driven by a consumption shift from bulk/HOD water due to health and hygiene concerns.
    $12,400.00

  4. Quarterly Beverage Tracker Second Quarter 2016: West Europe; Comprehensive Quarterly Analysis of Year on Year Performance for All Commercial Beverages

    By: Canadean
    , Published: Aug-2016
    , Product code: QTWEQ216
    Soft drinks recorded a decline in Q2-16, mostly due to unsettled, wet weather in some countries and declining consumer confidence in many of the larger beverage markets. While all commercial beverages continues to show a very marginal drop in volumes, quarter two results have prompted a downward revision in the volume projection for the year. In contrast, the outlook for alcoholic drinks has been readjusted upwards, mainly due to improved wine sales.
    $12,400.00

  5. China Beer Market Insights Report 2016; In-depth Analysis of Key Companies, Brands, Volume, Value and Segmentation Trends and Opportunities in the Beer Market

    By: Canadean
    , Published: Jul-2016
    , Product code: BRMICN16
    China beer market is maturing after the years of rapid growth which results to a challenging year for the foreign brewers. Fall in on-premise consumption led to impact on discount and mainstream beer segments. Consumer demand for premium and super premium beer is boosted by higher disposable income resulting in fastest growth for super premium beer segment. Metal cans are taking over the Glass bottle pack type and forecasted to be the primary pack type in future, owing to its convenience for transportation. Lager dominates the beer market while flavored beer witnessed decline.
    $13,490.00

  6. Russia Beer Market Insights Report 2016; In-depth Analysis of Key Companies, Brands, Volume, Value and Segmentation Trends and Opportunities in the Beer Market

    By: Canadean
    , Published: Jul-2016
    , Product code: BRMIRU16
    Undermined by recession the rising prices and the reduced purchasing power of consumer led to the downfall of Russian beer market. Leading breweries were negatively affected whereas medium and small scale breweries outperformed their large scale counterparts. Many brewers used downsizing trend to attract consumers to discounted beer. The import was contracted by 44% whereas exports were increased by 9%. Ban on imports from Ukraine is one of the main reasons behind the contraction.
    $14,490.00

  7. United Kingdom Beer Market Insights Report 2016; In-depth Analysis of Key Companies, Brands, Volume, Value and Segmentation Trends and Opportunities in the Beer Market

    By: Canadean
    , Published: Jul-2016
    , Product code: BRMIUK16
    The UK beer market declined by 1% in 2015, with cool damp summer conditions contrasting with the previous year, where there was growth for the industry. Although there is an increasing interest in craft beer the segment still remains small in volumes. The rugby world cup hosted by England and Wales gave a boost to multiple industries but the beer industry is still untouched by this. Sales were also hit by the lack of a global sporting event on the scale of the 2014 FIFA World Cup.
    $11,170.00

  8. Nigeria Beer Market Insights Report 2016

    By: Canadean
    , Published: Jul-2016
    , Product code: BRMING16
    Beer continued to be the most consumed alcohol beverage in Nigeria. However, it continued to feel the strain from FABs products. Imports remain small and expensive. They are mainly transit brands as the importation of all beer has been prohibited since 2003. Consumers moved towards cheaper discount beer and away from expensive premium and superpremium brands due to cost cutting trends among Nigerian consumers.
    $12,350.00

  9. Quarterly Beverage Tracker First Quarter 2016: East Europe; Comprehensive Quarterly Analysis of Year on Year Performance for All Commercial Beverages

    By: Canadean
    , Published: May-2016
    , Product code: QTEEQ116
    The improving economic conditions across the region have been reflected by increased consumer confidence levels. Belarus and Ukraine have seen the biggest decreases in consumption as the economies are two of the ones that have not seen an improvement. Soft drinks in Romania however saw an increase of 10%. Healthy hydration has also started to hit the region with more consumers looking to become fitter.
    $12,400.00

  10. Quarterly Beverage Tracker First Quarter 2016: West Europe; Comprehensive Quarterly Analysis of Year on Year Performance for All Commercial Beverages

    By: Canadean
    , Published: May-2016
    , Product code: QTWEQ116
    Easter fell in Q1 this year and was expected to boost consumption, however it was not a notable increase as was expected. The exit of the United Kingdom from the EU has cast a shadow of uncertainty over the region as a whole and a vote to leave will bring some short term turbulence. Alcoholic drinks saw a marginal decline as cooler weather over winter discouraged consumption on-premise.
    $12,400.00

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