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New: just-drinks' review of speciality spirits
Global market review of speciality spirits - forecasts to 2013
Spirits such as soju and cachaça may be less well known than vodka and whisky, but according to a new report from IWSR and just-drinks, could offer considerable benefits to multinationals, both in underpinning distribution in emerging markets and establishing new international categories.
While the broad perception today is that the global spirits market is rapidly approaching hegemony under the leadership of a number of multinational companies, the reality is somewhat different. It may surprise, but the top ten multinationals in volume terms only have around a 15% market share of the global spirits industry.
This report reviews all of the non-mainstream, but major speciality spirits categories, covering the key brands and products in: Aniseed-, Cane-, Grape-, Fruit-, Coconut-, Juniper-, Root-, Rice-, Potato- or corn- and Cactus/agave-based spirits.
New: just-drinks' new world wine report
Modern consumption and market performance of new world wine
Over the course of the last 20 years new world wine sales have exploded in international markets. Between 1988 and 2007, new world sales increased from 7.8m nine-litre cases to 227.6m cases, a CAGR rate of 19.5%.
This growth is underpinned by the development of the international trade for wine, which again reached a new record of 9.1bn litres in 2007, an increase of 6.5% on 2006. International trade accounted for 41.8% of all wine consumption. This is forecast to rise to 42.1% by 2012. Against this backdrop, this report sets the scene for how new world wine has developed over the last ten years and where likely consumption trends are heading.
At over 90 pages, this comprehensive report focuses on the challenges and opportunities for the major new world producing countries: Australia, New Zealand, United States, South Africa, Argentina and Chile.
Coming soon: just-drinks' latest report on blended whisky
In 2007 we found a generally bullish market which was gearing up for major growth in 'new' markets. In 2009 however, we are looking at a world which has entered recession, if not a depression. Anecdotal evidence is that the hot new markets are already cooling and production - which was being ramped up two years ago - is being reined back.
Unsurprisingly the major focus of this report will be how to manage sales in a recession, answering key questions such as:
If you would like to be contacted as soon as this report is available, please register your interest via email.
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Binge Drinking & Moderation in Alcoholic Drinks
The UK's Department of Health says more than 10 million UK adults regularly drink at levels that exceed guidelines with estimates putting the cost of 'alcohol induced harm' at £25bn
This report examines consumer attitudes towards alcohol, cultural drinking trends and the importance of promoting responsible drinking at a time when alcohol misuse is attracting widespread negative attention.
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Hydration & Refreshment
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This report provides comprehensive analysis of consumer values, attitudes and behaviors with regard to hydration & refreshment and related consumption
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