just-drinks.com research update 177
As the sporting world looks to Brazil, cachaça is hotly tipped as the next up-and-coming spirits category
The cachaça category has been widely tipped by industry experts as an up-and-coming international spirits category. Although cachaça’s international progress remains limited to date certainly the category ticks many of the necessary boxes for potential success.
For most, cachaça is closely associated with the Brazilian lifestyle. Brazil is currently trendy and set to become even more so as it is due to host the 2014 Football World Cup and 2016 Summer Olympics.
Brazil seems set to be on everybody’s lips over the next few years and leading cachaça producers are hoping that their products will be as well. These high-profile events present one giant sampling opportunity for the cachaça industry.
This latest report from just-drinks/IWSR analyses the category's drivers, notably:
* Cocktail culture and cachaça's main cocktail, the caipirinha
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These market insights reports provide a comprehensive view of the industry structure, latest industry developments and trends within this market. Comprising of textual analysis and data tables, the reports include comprehensive analysis of the market including legislation and taxation information and a detailed overview of current and emerging trends. The reports look at the structure of the beer industry, with profiles of the leading players.
Comprehensive market segmentation data (by price segment; by alcoholic strength; by local segmentation; and by beer type) is backed up by market valuation and pricing data, including selected consumer beer prices. A detailed analysis of all major domestic and imported brands is provided, including a review of new product activity in 2009. Distribution channels (on- vs off-premise) are analysed and packaging trends including beer consumption by pack material, type, size, and refillable vs non-refillable are also included.
Essential reading for those involved with this drinks category. Here are just some of the countries from the whole series of country reports:
Global retail value of spirits
Over the last five years the value of all spirits categories worldwide has risen almost twice as much as volume, but in 2009 volume grew slightly more than value due to the global recession. This new report is based on multiplying the nine-litre case volumes in The IWSR's reports by the retail price found in the key self-service and specialist outlets checked by The IWSR on annual visits to each country.
The value measured in this report is a smoothed-out measure of consumer expenditure, primarily at retail level. Actual expenditure of cash by consumers will be considerably higher in countries where the on-premise is luxurious, or where on-premise volumes are higher than retail.
Each regional section contains analysis by category, quality, company, brand and country. The global overview also includes calculations of actual consumer expenditure by region, quality and category. Gain a new insight perspective with this brand-new research.
Global top 10 beverage companies - industry, financial and SWOT analysis
The top 10 global beverage companies recorded revenues of US$314.8bn during 2009, an increase of 3.7% over 2008. The operating profit of these companies was US$55.9bn during the period, an increase of 13% over 2008. This latest report profiles these companies. Key features include:
* Market dynamics of the global beverage market during the period 2009-14
Kids’ food and beverages
This report analyses the global market for kids’ food and beverages in US$m. Annual estimates and forecasts are provided for the period 2006 through 2015. The report profiles 61 companies including many key and niche players such as Amaze Brain Food, Atkins Nutritionals, Inc., Britvic Plc, Brothers International Food Corporation, Clif Bar & Co., ConAgra Foods, Inc., First Juice, Inc., Fortitech, Inc., General Mills, Inc., GlaxoSmithkline Plc...
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Soft drinks global trends and opportunities
Soft drinks volume sales still managed growth of 3% in 2009 during the global economic downturn but this was around half that seen during the peak years of 2006 and 2007. Affordability and value for money can still create category opportunities. Soft drinks categories long accustomed to promoting health benefits will find that consumers are no longer as willing to pay inflated prices. A clear message of value-added elements such as natural sweeteners will be needed to justify premium prices.
Get insight into trends in market performance, pinpoint growth sectors and identify factors driving change, plus identify market and brand leaders and understand the competitive environment with this latest report.
Global spirits: opportunities, discrepancies and cautious optimism
The core objective of this report is to examine the current state of the global spirits industry, including any impact that the sustained global economic volatility is having on market performance. In addition to providing a global overview of market performance, the report also analyses performance by product sector and geographic region, the state of the global competitive landscape, performance by retail distribution format, key trends and developments, and global prospects and opportunities.
The global spirits market is examined in terms of forecast performance over the period to 2014, with a closer look at projections for 2009-2010 specifically, with graphics and analysis identifying key areas of risk and opportunity.
Global market review of sparkling wine - forecasts to 2015
NEW PUBLICATION FROM JUST-DRINKS/IWSR
The continuous growth of non-Champagne sparkling wine has been one of the less well-publicised developments of the wine world. The global non-Champagne sparkling wine market has risen by around 2.6% CAGR between 2004 and 2009 to reach 169.2m nine-litre cases. Even last year in the throes of the global recession, sparkling wine outperformed most global categories, falling by just 0.9%. Champagne sales by comparison fell by 3.6%. Markets such as the United States, Australia, France and Russia have seen growth throughout the past few years.
This latest-edition report from just-drinks/IWSR reviews the key trends that have driven the category's relative success and provides detailed market data and supporting analysis.
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