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August 2006 management briefing 1 Aug 2006

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This month, we thought we’d offer our subscribers the opportunity to sample one of just-drinks’ global market research reports: the 2005 edition of our Global market review of champagne – forecasts to 2009. This takes the place of a management briefing. Currently priced at £592, we hope you find it interesting and informative. If you like what you read and would like to find out more about just- drinks’ latest reports, feel free to drop Holly an email at holly.nash@just-drinks.com


July 2006 management briefing 1 Jul 2006

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It has been identified that seven key trends are making their mark on the drinks industry, offering huge potential, and significance to today's drinks industry executive. The "magnificent seven" trends: health, convenience, premium and indulgence, exclusivity, ethics, bespoke and 'free from' are already stirring interest within the global drinks industry, and just-drinks believes that due to a combination of micro and macro drivers, these trends are set to explode over the next six years.


June 2006 management briefing 1 Jun 2006

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This report covers the market for alcoholic drinks in China from 2000 to 2005 and provides forecasts for the period 2006 to 2012. Over the period 2000 to 2005, volume sales of alcoholic drinks in China rose by 20.6%. In volume terms, China is now the world’s largest market for beer and is also the biggest producer of beer in the whole Asia Pacific region. This report highlights the market size and trends of the domestic market and covers beer, wine and spirits for both the domestic market and pr


May 2006 management briefing 4 May 2006

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This briefing provides a summary description of the beverage alcohol industry, its nature and scope. It offers a basic overview of economic, trade, and development aspects, as well as how some of these relate to public heath issues. It presents an analysis of current trends, such as industry consolidation, and possible future developments. It concludes by identifying a range of industry bodies and industry-supported bodies, such as trade associations and social aspect organisations (SAOs), which


May 2006 management briefing 1 May 2006

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It is already clear that the year is going to be a hugely important one for European Union (EU) legislation affecting both the alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks industries. By the summer break we should know how the European Commission plans to reform the wine sector. Around the same time will come first sight of a long-awaited policy paper on alcohol consumption policy from the Commission. At some stage this year the nutrition and health claims regulation, the vitamins and minerals


April 2006 management briefing 4 Apr 2006

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This month’s just-drinks briefing unravels some of the ‘mystery’ behind the purchasing trends of European retailers and answers the tricky questions facing every drinks manufacturer when it comes to supplier-retailer relationship. It provides advice on how to get your products stocked by major retailers, how to keep your product in favour, and details of what’s happening in private label sales. Tables included show overall company sales and private label share of sales from 2004, featuring ten


March 2006 management briefing 15 Mar 2006

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This month’s just-drinks management briefing looks at the big picture and rounds up the latest-available consistent financial data for the world’s major alcoholic drinks producers. It provides ranking tables by sales, profit and market cap across the industry as a whole. Given the M&A of recent years, it’s interesting to note which companies might be a good “fit” for each other. Who knows what future M&A is around the corner…


February 2006 management briefing 2 Feb 2006

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This month's management briefing provides a concise overview of all that's happening in the Middle East and African drinks markets. From speaking with Euromonitor's drinks team, our authors have highlighted the regions' major markets, namely; Egypt, Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, Syria, Lebanon, Jordan, and Israel. Most international brands, such as Coca Cola, consider Tunisia, Egypt, and Morocco among their top ten fastest growing drinks markets in Africa, with these countries enjoying high


January 2006 management briefing 19 Jan 2006

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This month's 26-page management briefing gives you the just-drinks.com editorial review of 2005 and predictions for the drinks industry in 2006. just-drinks has joined forces with Euromonitor International to forecast key trends, provide a global view of the drinks industry and analyse which companies to look out for in 2006. The review is split in to four categories: beer; wine; spirits and soft drinks. You can expect to discover what is expected from the major companies in terms of how they op


December 2005 management briefing 21 Dec 2005

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The addition of six new wine-producing countries to the EU in May 2004 may have added to the rich diversity and heritage of the European Union’s wine industry, but one thing the European Union already had in abundance was wine, and a rich variety of it too. While potentially opening up new commercial vistas for the wine industries in these developing markets, accession also made these countries subject to strict EU regulations on vineyard expansion and of course agricultural subsidy. At the s


November 2005 management briefing 1 Nov 2005

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White spirits and in particular, vodka, have been on the increase since 1999. Much of the growth has been inspired by younger adults, who are either supplementing or bypassing altogether, beer and wine, in preference for white spirits. Vodka is currently the largest and most versatile spirit available in the marketplace, and represents a sizeable chunk of all spirits sales. This briefing looks at the markets for gin and vodka by brand, owner and region. Each section gives total sales figures fr


October 2005 management briefing 1 Oct 2005

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Versatile and easy to drink either in cocktails, long drinks or just ‘on-the-rocks’, liqueurs – or cordials, as they are known in the US – and bitters remain popular with consumers worldwide. This month’s briefing examines the major brands within the liqueur, cordial and bitters categories, and identifies the leading markets for each sector. It provides global sales figures from 2000-2004, brand history and development including details of marketing and promotion, and distribution. Comments fro


September 2005 management briefing 1 Sep 2005

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In a global scene, Australia is now the fourth largest wine exporter after France, Italy, Spain and its wines are exported to more than 100 countries. This month’s briefing provides a brief history of the industry, helping you to understand both the struggles and opportunities it encounters. The domestic market is outlined and analysed giving sales figures over a ten-year period, and comment from top industry executives. It also discusses Australia’s exports business, which is one of the great s


August 2005 management briefing 15 Aug 2005

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The childhood obesity debate affects and is affected by the soft drinks industry. This briefing provides both an account of current public health thinking on the problems and causes of rising childhood obesity and the views and actions of the soft drinks industry in response to what is undeniably a serious problem in many countries. The report presents a brief overview of public health thinking on childhood obesity, the extent of the problem and its causes, with the aim of assessing how central


July 2005 management briefing 1 Jul 2005

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This month's 28-page management briefing provides an informed look at the US wine market and looks forward to future trends for the market. Despite being perhaps the most sophisticated consumer market in the world, surprisingly little is known about US wine drinkers. Focusing on three areas: drinkers of German wines, drinkers of Champagne and consumers' overall attitudes to wine bottle closures, this briefing highlights the opportunities for brand owners willing to tackle the American market, wh


June 2005 management briefing 1 Jun 2005

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Alcohol policy has long been an arena of great activity, controversy and change, perhaps because it most accurately reflects the evolving social, cultural, political and public health perspectives of communities, cultures, countries, and governments. This month's management briefing presents an informed look forward at this evolving policy landscape. Based on a survey marking the International Center for Alcohol Policy's tenth anniversary, this briefing presents the views of ICAP's senior consul


May 2005 management briefing 1 May 2005

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This month’s management briefing culminates data and analysis from the leading research organisations, including a mix of themes and ideas to prompt debate and perhaps stimulate the odd rethink of how you view the UK as a wine market. KPMG begin by identifying opportunities for growth in the UK market, looking at issues of brands versus private label, the growth and increasing popularity of rose. The Mayfair Connection reports on the findings of their study of the London restaurant trade, outlin


April 2005 management briefing 1 Apr 2005

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The German packaging law, which came into effect at the beginning of 2003, has had a number of significant effects. The makers of steel and aluminium one-way beverage containers have seen their markets almost totally disappear, retail trade in drinks has been turned upside-down, the recycling industry has been through major upheavals and exporters of drinks to Germany, like the French, have found all but insurmountable barriers in their paths. This briefing looks at the effects of the law so far


March 2005 management briefing 1 Mar 2005

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The international whisk(e)y market (not including Indian and Thai whiskies) accounts for over 130m 9-litre cases. India has the largest domestic whisky consumption estimated at 67m 9-litre cases during 2004. According to figures released by the Scotch Whisky Association, in the first six months of 2004, emerging new markets for Scotch whisky - from China to Brazil, India to Russia - helped to lift the value of Scotch whisky exports by £20m or 2% to £982m for the 6 month period to 30 June. More S


February 2005 management briefing 1 Feb 2005

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This month’s management briefing looks at the California wine industry. The 54-page report, researched late last year when deputy editor Olly Wehring visited the Golden State for a month, takes a look at the recent past, the present and the future for California’s wine companies. The report is broken into seven parts and details the domestic market, exports and imports and the Two Buck Chuck and [Yellow Tail] phenomena. It also includes a snapshot of some of the companies operating in California


January 2005 management briefing 10 Jan 2005

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This month's 26-page management briefing gives you the just-drinks.com editorial review of 2004 and predictions for the drinks industry to 2005 to 2010 from Euromonitor. The review is split in to four categories: beer; wine; spirits; and soft drinks. Each category looks at key forecast trends, the global view and analyses which companies to watch over 2005.


December 2004 management briefing 1 Dec 2004

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Having established themselves on their domestic markets, bottled water companies from Europe and the United States seem primed to expand into the developing world as a means to maintain the stellar growth levels they have been used to. This briefing examines those other regions of the world where there is maybe less obvious potential for sales, but where demand for bottled water could take off significantly in the near future. The regions are split in to Eastern Europe, Southern Africa, Asia-Pac


November 2004 management briefing 1 Nov 2004

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The accession of 10 new countries into the European Union in May 2004 was undoubtedly a major event for the alliance. The addition of such a large number of new member states at one time is certainly unprecedented. However, while the celebrations of May had a justifiably upbeat feel to them, the benefits both to the new nations and the existing 15 members are expected to be seen more in the medium to long term rather than immediately. This just-drinks.com management briefing looks at: where we c


October 2004 management briefing 1 Oct 2004

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For the drinks industry, the World Trade Organisation (WTO) has always been something of a mixed blessing. To be sure, its goal of cutting restrictive import quotas, reducing tariffs and harmonising consumer health rules have generally been welcomed, but the slightly shabby truth is that the drinks industry has always been protected to some degree. In Europe especially, with its complex appellation systems and regulations on oenological practices, support for simple free trade in drinks is far f


September 2004 management briefing 1 Sep 2004

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As a unique study, this month's management briefing gives you a detailed overview of the EU travel retail alcohol market since duty-free abolition in 1999. We discuss the effects of abolition, the sustained viability of alcohol in travel retail, the impact of EU enlargement, and the future of this market. This briefing also gives you profiles of nine leading drinks companies in this industry and a resources section covering the major European travel retail operators.


August 2004 management briefing 1 Aug 2004

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Italian wine forms part of the drinking repertoires of over half of UK consumers. However, there are relatively few core Italian wine drinkers, and while these “Loyalists” tend to be younger, their spending patterns and price sensitivity do not offer big opportunities to increase sales and profits. Older consumers appear to retain Italian wine in their repertoires, though this relationship would appear not to have much strength. While Italy is unlikely to disappear from UK wine drinkers’ reperto


July 2004 management briefing 2 Jul 2004

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Did you know that the origin of the flavoured alcohol beverage (FAB) market can be traced back to as early as 1932 when Davide Campari, who was one of Italy’s great industrialists and capable of giving his creations a superior mark of culture, created Campari Soda? This management briefing gives you a truly global perspective of the FAB sector today. We study each of the major markets world wide, giving you a summary of the leading brands, consumption volumes and the effect of taxation in each c


June 2004 management briefing 1 Jun 2004

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During the 1990s, rum sales were boosted by the surge in popularity of salsa music. Some 110 million cases were sold worldwide, including some 33 million cases of premium rum. This management briefing gives you an overview of the global market for rum. We rank the leading rum brands by volume, the leading rum brands sold in duty-free by volume, and give you profiles of the major players. Also discover the brand portfolios of each company and the latest issues facing the industry.


May 2004 management briefing 2 May 2004

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This guide serves to act as an eclectic mix of themes and ideas to prompt debate and perhaps stimulate the odd rethink of how you view the UK as a wine market. From start to finish is a wealth of data on the UK wine market, beginning with macro themes, such as population changes and their effects on consumption, and ending on a closer inspection of some of the leading producers that play a part in our industry. In between, you’ll also find statistics on the growing potential of the pub as a chan


May 2004 management briefing 1 May 2004

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Champagne consumption reached a new record worldwide in 2003 thanks to overall export growth of 5.86% to 119,274,922m bottles with sales in the UK also reaching a new all-time peak with annual growth close on 10%. In this management briefing we discuss the big news stories in Champagne in 2003 and their impact. This reports also gives you a market overview, profiles of the main Champagne brands and groups, and discusses the top export market worldwide.

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