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Research in Focus - Champenois Back US to Deliver Over Next Decade 28 Sep 2012

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In spite of much exciting talk about the growth of Champagne in Far Eastern markets, the country marked out by most observers as most promising export destination for Champagne over the next decade is in fact a resurgent US.


Research in Focus - Prosecco Leads the Sparkling Wine Charge 13 Sep 2012

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Growth in sparkling wine of the non-Champagne variety has been a somewhat unheralded success story of the global wines and spirits market during the past ten years, and the product which typifies the sector's progress - and the star performer to boot - is the northern Italian fizz, Prosecco.


Research in Focus - RTDs & High-Strength Premixes: A Growing & Increasingly Sophisticated Category 13 Jul 2012

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The RTDs/high-strength premixes category registered the second strongest total volume growth of all alcoholic drinks categories globally in 2011. New launches and category extensions led to the repositioning of RTDs as a healthier and more socially responsible category, expanding its consumer base and growing in both volume and value terms as a result.


Research in Focus - Brewers look to premium brands to alleviate recessionary woes 11 Jun 2012

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Premium beer sales are set to grow in "every continent" over the next four years according to a new just-drinks report, with Asia expected to show particularly strong growth. However, premium beer growth is forecast to be "sluggish" in Europe.


Research in Focus - Health Benefits Fuel New Products in Soft Drinks 10 May 2012

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Between 2011 and 2016, developed markets are predicted to have very little soft drinks absolute volume growth due mainly to market saturation. Since volume increases are limited, there is a search for value-added new products to enhance category profitability.


Research in Focus - Health Concerns a Boon for Stevia-Based CSDs in China? 10 May 2012

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Scepticism towards artificial sweeteners has inhibited growth in lower-calorie carbonated soft drinks (CSDs) in China but as obesity rates rise, consumer demand for lower-calorie, healthier beverages will increase. To meet this demand and to prevent consumers deserting the CSD market for healthier non-carbonated products, CSD producers will have to develop lower-calorie, naturally sweetened offerings, and stevia-based products could be the obvious solution.


Research in Focus - Na Zdorovie, Amigo! Russians Take to Tequila 19 Apr 2012

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As hard as it may be to conceive of another white spirit winning the hearts of Russian drinkers, it appears that Tequila is doing just that. If current growth rates are maintained, Russia is likely to take Germany's place as the fourth-largest Tequila market within the next two to three years, says a new IWSR/just-drinks report.


Research in Focus - Ready To Drink Finally Comes of Age 16 Mar 2012

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The economic downturn has been a catalyst for both recovery and reinvention in the ready-to-drink category, according to a new report from Euromonitor.


Research in Focus - Cognac Enjoys New "Golden Age" 10 Feb 2012

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From the somewhat depressing perspective of recession-ravaged Europe, the idea of any sector of the premium spirits market enjoying a golden age may seem somewhat surprising. But, thanks to the contrasting fortunes of emerging Asian markets, Cognac is experiencing precisely that, according to a new report from The IWSR and just-drinks.


Research in Focus - Baijiu Shows Premium Sector is Not All About Imported Cachet 20 Jan 2012

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Much has been written about the continued growth potential for imported spirits in China, but a new report from The IWSR examines the special position the traditional spirit, baijiu, holds in the Chinese spirits sector.


Research in Focus - Doing its Own Thing Pays Off for Gin 16 Dec 2011

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As vodka sales have soared over the last ten years, gin has been somewhat in the doldrums. However, a new The IWSR/just-drinks report shows that the premium gin category is now growing, on the back of new product innovation and marketing which emphasises gin’s unique attributes rather than simply trying to emulate vodka.


Research in Focus - Challenges and Strategies in Global Fruit/Vegetable Juice Sales 28 Oct 2011

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Several inherent challenges exist in global fruit/vegetable juice sales. In a recent Euromonitor International Global Briefing, entitled 'Global Consumer Preferences within Fruit/Vegetable Juice', Richard Haffner, Euromonitor’s head of beverage research, analyses these challenges and offers strategies for growth opportunities in global fruit/vegetable juice sales.


Research in Focus - 'The World’s Top Performing Spirits Brands' from The IWSR/just-drinks 19 Oct 2011

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A new report incorporating the IWSR's spirits rankings and a just-drinks readership survey confirms Johnnie Walker’s status as the undisputed global brand leader in the spirits sector but also has some positive findings for brands such as Jack Daniel’s, Absolut and Captain Morgan.


Research in Focus - Can Any Wine Company Gain 5% Global Volume Share? 4 Oct 2011

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The global wine industry remains highly fragmented. In a recent Euromonitor International global briefing, entitled 'How Wine Companies Can Become Global', Jeremy Cunnington looked at why, and whether it can change.


Research in Focus - Innovation Key to Growth for Non-Scotch Whiskies 29 Jul 2011

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Investment in product innovations such as flavoured whiskies and RTDs has borne fruit for non-Scotch whiskies, according to a new just-drinks/IWSR report, while US, Canadian and Irish whiskies have also capitalised on the growing popularity of cocktails.


Research in Focus - Global Performance and Prospects for Beer 22 Jul 2011

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While some signs of a relative rebound in the global beer market started appearing in 2010, following the sobering trough reached in 2009, growth has yet to return to pre-recessionary levels. Spiros Malandrakis, Alcoholic drinks analyst Euromonitor International examines the current state of the industry, including the post-recession fallout, recovering and still beleaguered markets, and scenarios for growth moving forward.


Research in Focus - Premium Outlook Good for Vodka, Despite Recession 27 May 2011

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Continued growth in the US and the prospect of an increasingly prominent position in the global travel retail sector augur well for premium vodka brands, according to a new report from just-drinks and IWSR.


Research in Focus - Growth Opportunities for Beer Suppliers 18 Mar 2011

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Beer brewing is a process impacted by a combination of endogenous variables, such as market maturity and changing consumer preferences, as well as exogenous factors such as the economic climate, consumer confidence, spending power and demographic shifts. Euromonitor International’s latest report, ‘Growth Opportunities for Beer Suppliers’, provides an overview of global beer production, while focusing on both how it influences - and is influenced by - general market performance in the context of an increasingly volatile world. This report takes a closer at when it is most appropriate to produce beer locally or brew abroad, while at the same time focusing on a case study of the Chinese market. Spiros Malandrakis, alcoholic drinks analyst at Euromonitor International, investigates.


Research in Focus - Rum Sector Reaping the Premiumisation Dividend 9 Mar 2011

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Following the trends seen in categories such as vodka and Tequila, rum marketers are optimistic about the potential for premium and super-premium rums. A new just-drinks/IWSR report suggests with good reason.


Research in Focus - Malt Whisky Sales Suffer in Downturn, But Outlook is Positive 9 Feb 2011

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Malt whisky sales suffered during the downturn, but a new just-drinks/IWSR report forecasts a rapid recovery for the sector and suggests the long-term prognosis remains positive.


Research in Focus - Global Spirits Market on the Path to Recovery 24 Nov 2010

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The spirits industry is on the path to recovery following a hard 2009 during which many markets were affected by the credit crunch, according to The IWSR’s Forecast Report 2010-2015. Several countries and categories are returning to stability or growth in 2010, but the time and speed of recovery will vary considerably depending on local circumstances.


Research in Focus - The New Consumer and the Alcoholic Drinks Industry 19 Nov 2010

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The fiscal maelstrom of the' Great Recession' has had a profound impact on the global socio-economic landscape. Sweeping across the world in 2008 and 2009 and causing havoc in countries as diverse as Latvia, the US, South Korea and South Africa, the sharpest contraction in world output since the Great Depression dramatically reshaped consumption trends, bringing about the arrival of a new norm. Temporary or permanent, radically fresh or an acceleration of pre-existing shifts in drinking, going out, socialising and spending patterns, such dramatic movements are but the post-natal convulsions following the birth of a new type of consumer. Euromonitor International’s latest global briefing, Beyond the Crisis – The New Consumer and the Alcoholic Drinks Industry, is an attempt to identify and contextualise the shifts, decipher their implications and point to the direction the alcoholic drinks industry will take in response. Spiros Malandrakis, alcoholic drinks analyst with Euromonitor International, investigates.


Research in Focus - Asia-Pacific: The Most Valuable Spirits Market 5 Nov 2010

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Asia-Pacific is the number one region in the world in value terms, according to The IWSR’s Global Retail Value of Spirits Report.


Research in Focus - Soft Drinks Global Trends and Opportunities 22 Oct 2010

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Global soft drinks sales proved to be somewhat recession resilient in 2009, though consumers did turn away from the premium spending that has driven the expansion of smaller categories like energy drinks and functional waters. As world economies return to growth, the soft drinks industry is faced with the challenge of mature categories in its largest markets alongside a greater potential for emerging regions, in an environment of greater M&A activity and new global challengers. Having the flexibility to find and adapt to the best opportunities for each soft drinks category at a global scale will be key to future sales growth.


Research in Focus - From Ground Zero Up for Champagne? 15 Oct 2010

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Global Champagne volumes have recovered well from the lows of the economic downturn, but major question marks remain over future value growth, according to a new just-drinks research report.


Research in Focus - Sparkling Wine Outperforms Champagne During Downturn 8 Oct 2010

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The recession may have hit all wine and spirits categories but the non-Champagne sparkling wine sector fared better than some, and in particular better than Champagne, according to a new IWSR/just-drinks report.


Research in Focus - Back to the Future - Reassessing Projections in a Tumultuous World 23 Sep 2010

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As the fiscal and social maelstrom of the Great Recession started showing signs of abating, projections in October 2009 for the alcoholic drinks industry were relatively positive as most leading economies returned to growth. Nevertheless, and while a relative resurgence was indeed witnessed in a number of markets and categories, financial clouds are still ominously dotting the horizon in the form of spiralling country deficits, plummeting consumer confidence and unemployment rates stubbornly stuck in the high single digits. Euromonitor International’s latest global briefing ‘Alcoholic Drinks: Changing Growth Scenarios and Corporate Responses’ hence serves as a compass in the still troubled international operating landscape, pinpointing opportunities and pitfalls amidst the post-recessionary clutter. Spiros Malandrakis investigates.


Research in Focus - Global Carbonated Drinks Market Forecast to Grow 14 Sep 2010

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The global market for CSDs is expected to reach US$195bn by 2014, up 11.4% from 2009, according to research published by just-drinks this week.


Research in Focus - Carbonates, Tapping the Growth Potential 20 Aug 2010

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In this briefing, Euromonitor International focuses on opportunities for growing global carbonates category volume. As part of the report, Euromonitor International looks to identify growth opportunities based on the three regional groups - Untapped Markets (Asia Pacific, and Middle East and Africa), Developing Markets (Latin America and Eastern Europe) and Developed Markets (North America, Western Europe and Australasia). The report provides insights into strategies that provide opportunities to increase carbonates’ global share of soft drinks. Which CSD categories and brands have the greatest opportunity to drive future growth?


Research in Focus - Growth on the Horizon for Travel Retail 13 Aug 2010

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A global recession was always likely to make for a tough time in travel retail but, according to a new IWSR/just-drinks report, projected growth in passenger numbers and closer collaboration between retailers and suppliers suggest the long-range prospects for the sector are very bright.

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