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April 2004 management briefing 1 Apr 2004

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Did you know that vodka is the world’s most popular spirit drink. The global vodka category continues to thrive with most of the international brands’ sales ever rising. More and more brands and variants appear as the category becomes increasingly innovative. This 43-page management briefing gives you great insight in to the emerging markets and profiles the leading international and regional vodka brands. The report also discusses the latest issues confronting the vodka industry and tells you w


March 2004 management briefing 15 Mar 2004

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Although the international whisk(e)y market continues to be led by India, the global whisk(e)y market now accounts for around 130m cases, easily the largest spirits category. As are producers in other sectors, the whisk(e)y trade are trying to reach a younger audience, without losing their tradition. Scotch whisky is the largest of the whisk(e)y sectors. There are two deluxe Scotch brands amounting to almost 7m cases and 17 standard Scotch whisky brands now selling in excess of 1m cases annually


February 2004 management briefing 1 Feb 2004

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The regulation of alcohol advertising is a highly sensitive and hotly debated area of public policy. While there is pressure from many quarters for further regulation, the alcohol and advertising industries are striving to show authorities that the sector can police itself through self-regulation. This massive 76-page management briefing examines how the debate regarding the regulation and self-regulation of alcohol advertising is being conducted in Europe as a whole, and presents a country-by-c


January 2004 management briefing 1 Jan 2004

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Beer consumption in the UK has remained fairly static since it peaked in the 1970s. In the period from 1998 to 2002 the growth was restricted to 0.9% in spite of the increased consumption in 2002. This exclusive new management briefing reviews the UK beer market up to 2002, and includes profiles of the leading UK brewers.


December 2003 management briefing 1 Dec 2003

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As much of the rest of the business world gets ready to wind down for the Christmas break, the drinks industry is working overtime in what is always its most important period of the year. Take a few minutes to relax and read just-drinks.com's review of the year, featuring our highlights and lowlights, along with our forecasts of the likely main events of 2004.


November 2003 management briefing 1 Nov 2003

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The international drinks industry is about as diverse as any global economic sector can get. As a result, trying to find the right company to trade with can be a complete headache. Fortunately, drinks businesses have long seen the need to band together in associations to promote their particular interests and these organisations can also serve as a gateway to reach their member companies. Here, just-drinks.com supplies a comprehensive and detailed guide to drinks industry associations around the


October 2003 management briefing 23 Oct 2003

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This exclusive bonus briefing for just-drinks.com members provides an analysis of the current financial position of Russia's leading brewers. Written by leading financial analysts Standard & Poor's.


October 2003 management briefing 1 Oct 2003

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The UK represents France’s biggest export market by value, and the second-biggest by volume. Despite recent reverses at the hands of Australia, French wine continues to have a dominant role in both the UK Off-Trade and On-Trade. This report is based on a comprehensive online survey of UK wine drinking habits conducted in August 2003. The 30-question survey asked respondents to detail their wine drinking habits, wine purchasing behaviour and attitudes to wine in general.


September 2003 management briefing 1 Sep 2003

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This briefing examines the recently introduced packaging legislation in Germany, and the effect that it has had on the German beverage market. The report looks at the beer, mineral water, and carbonates sectors, and assesses the likely impact on the market over the next few years.


August 2003 management briefing 1 Aug 2003

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The soft drinks market can be broadly split into 6 categories. This briefing examines the key trends in these sectors in the last couple of years, before moving on to take a closer look at the soft drinks industry in a number of different countries in the “Market by market” section. The 6 categories covered are: bottled water, carbonates, dilutables / concentrates / mixes, energy and functional drinks, juice and juice drinks and ready to drink tea / coffee.


July 2003 management briefing 1 Jul 2003

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Thousands of liqueur brands are produced in many countries in most regions of the world. The international market for liqueurs has not shown any sort of exceptional growth over the past five years, however, beverage companies are starting to introduce new brands, variants and packaging to try and find new consumers both young and old for their brands. As in other categories many of the leading producers are using TV advertising, but over the past few years Diageo has also shown that innovation i


June 2003 management briefing 1 Jun 2003

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This fhios Research Report reveals that, by and large, companies within the drinks sector are failing to provide enthralling online customer experiences. In this study, fhios evaluated the online presence of 10 leading companies within the drinks industry, including companies within the spirits, beer, and soft drinks sectors...


June 2003 management briefing 1 Jun 2003

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May 2003 management briefing 1 May 2003

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The vodka category continues to thrive throughout the world led by the Russian Company Sojuzplodimport’s Stolichnaya, although the majority of its sales are domestic, and Diageo’s Smirnoff which is the world’s leading international vodka brand as well as the world’s number two international brand behind Bacardi.


April 2003 management briefing 1 Apr 2003

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Champagne shipments in 2002 reached their highest point since 1999 and third highest level ever at 287.65m bottles, a 9.5% increase on 2001, according to the figures released by the Comité Interprofessionnel du Vin de Champagne (CIVC). With stock levels in most important export markets, notably the UK and USA, almost non-existent at the start of 2002 and good re-ordering widely reported in January 2003, shipments are thought to be very close to sales for the first time since 1998. A feature of t


March 2003 management briefing 1 Mar 2003

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February 2003 management briefing 1 Feb 2003

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The events of September 11th 2001, and the global slowdown they accelerated, heavily affected the business environment of the beverage industry in 2002, as they did across all sectors of the global economy. Predictions immediately after the terrorist attacks that the drinks industry would remain immune to any economic slowdown proved only partially true. And beverage companies across the world have experienced one of the most difficult years in memory.


January 2003 management briefing 1 Jan 2003

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More and more consumers are drinking “Flavoured Alcoholic Beverages” or FABs, (also known as Ready-to-drinks - RTDs, Pre-packaged-Spirits – PPSs, and malternatives in the US) the fastest growing category in the alcoholic beverage industry. While the brands may be allocated to differing sectors, according to drinking culture and market development, the United Kingdom provides the main focal point, but they are present across the remainder of West Europe and North America and are well established

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