Flavours in Soft Drinks in Russia
Flavours for soft drinks remain traditional in Russia. The single flavours of apple, orange and peach lead in fruit juices. In non-cola carbonates, traditional Russian flavours, such as kvas, tarhun, citro, baikal and sayany, are popular among Russian consumers. Flavours in soft drinks are driven mainly by health trends and well-established consumer preferences.
Euromonitor International’s Flavours in Soft Drinks in Russia country reports offer a comprehensive overview of the flavour and fragrance markets, giving specific consideration to the unique market conditions of each focal country. It highlights the major drivers behind flavour and fragrance supply and demand and provides detailed analysis of individual flavours and fragrances and the product categories they are used in. It also examine national prospects, highlighting opportunities and challenges for flavour and fragrance usage
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