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December 2013 Singapore Soft Drinks Review 2013

A competitively priced comprehensive overview of the key categories in the soft drinks market....

$ 3370.00
February 2013 Singapore Soft Drinks Review 2012

A competitively priced comprehensive overview of the key categories in the soft drinks market....

$ 3150.00
July 2013 Singapore Beer Market Insights 2013

This report comprises of high level market research data on the Singapore beer industry, published by Canadean. The report covers total market (on- and off-premise) and includes valuable insight and...

$ 2662.00
December 2012 Consumer Lifestyles in Singapore

Singapore’s population is ethnically diverse and includes many immigrants. While the economic situation has made consumers more cautious, given their high disposable incomes, they continue to spend on...

$ 1900.00
September 2013 Hot drinks in Singapore

The hot drinks category showed positive value growth in 2012. This was largely driven by consumers learning about tea- and coffee-drinking cultures. Through travel and the local proliferation of foods...

$ 1900.00
September 2013 Alcoholic Drinks in Singapore

Alcoholic drinks witnessed healthy total volume growth in 2012. This was mainly due to Increasing consumer spending, despite the economic slowdown. With rising disposable Incomes, consumers were willi...

$ 1900.00
October 2013 Soft drinks in Singapore

soft drinks in Singapore saw positive volume growth in 2012. The majority of soft drinks products grew positively. The top three categories driving overall growth were RTD tea, bottled water and carbo...

$ 1900.00
November 2013 Health and Wellness in Singapore

Value growth in health and wellness was stable with a 5% increase in 2012. Although the 2012 value growth experienced the weakest performance compared with 2010 and 2011, consumers’ purchasing power r...

$ 1900.00
March 2014 Singapore Food and Drink Report Q2 2014

Business Monitor International's Singapore Food and Drink Report provides industry professionals and strategists, corporate analysts, food and drink associations, government departments and regulatory...

$ 1295.00
July 2013 The Packaging of Retail Alcoholic Drinks in Singapore, 2007 to 2017

The report provides in-depth quantitative data on retail(i.e. off-trade) alcoholic drinks packaging, covering key segmentations such as pack material and type, closure material and type, outer and mul...

$ 1250.00
July 2013 The Packaging of Retail Non-Alcoholic Drinks in Singapore, 2007 to 2017

The report provides in-depth quantitative data on retail(i.e. off-trade) non-alcoholic drinks packaging, covering key segmentations such as pack material and type, closure material and type, outer and...

$ 1250.00
March 2014 The Future of the Soy Products Market in Singapore to 2017: Market Size, Distribution and Brand Share, Key Events and Competitive Landscape

"The Future of the Soy Products Market in Singapore to 2017: Market Size, Distribution and Brand Share, Key Events and Competitive Landscape" is the result of Canadean’s extensive market and company r...

$ 1250.00
February 2014 The Future of the Spirits Market in Singapore to 2017: Market Size, Distribution and Brand Share, Key Events and Competitive Landscape

"The Future of the Spirits Market in Singapore to 2017: Market Size, Distribution and Brand Share, Key Events and Competitive Landscape" is the result of Canadean’s extensive market and company resear...

$ 1250.00
February 2014 The Future of the Wine Market in Singapore to 2017: Market Size, Distribution and Brand Share, Key Events and Competitive Landscape

"The Future of the Wine Market in Singapore to 2017: Market Size, Distribution and Brand Share, Key Events and Competitive Landscape" is the result of Canadean’s extensive market and company research....

$ 1250.00
October 2013 Sports and Energy Drinks in Singapore

In 2012, despite major sporting events including Euro 2012, the London 2012 Olympics and Paralympics taking place that year, sales of sports and energy drinks did not observe a huge boost in sales. Th...

$ 900.00
October 2013 RTD Coffee in Singapore

The coffee culture in Singapore increased during the late review period with the establishment of new speciality coffee outlets such as Maison Ikkoku, Jewel Coffee and Cafe Oriole Coffee Roasters. As ...

$ 900.00
October 2013 RTD Tea in Singapore

RTD tea enjoyed healthy total volume growth of 5% in 2012 as RTD tea remained a popular choice of beverage for consumers due to being healthy and more convenient than hot tea. Convenience is of great ...

$ 900.00
October 2013 Asian Speciality Drinks in Singapore

Rising awareness of health and wellness among consumers continued to drive the growth of the category in 2012, as consumers switched from less healthy drinks such as carbonates to Asian speciality dri...

$ 900.00
October 2013 Bottled Water in Singapore

Bottled water saw faster growth in 2012 compared with the review period as consumers were consuming more bottled water due to rising health consciousness. Consumers try to keep themselves sufficiently...

$ 900.00
October 2013 Carbonates in Singapore

Marketing campaigns represented the main growth driver for carbonates in 2012 as consumers’ purchasing decisions were heavily dependent on how manufacturers and suppliers pushed their brands through p...

$ 900.00
October 2013 Concentrates in Singapore

Off-trade value growth of concentrates was 3% in 2012 as consumers in Singapore found it more convenient to purchase fruit and vegetable juices instead of preparing their drinks using concentrates. Mo...

$ 900.00
October 2013 Fruit/Vegetable Juice in Singapore

100% juice is becoming more popular among consumers as they become increasingly health conscious. They are also increasingly opting for no sugar or reduced sugar variants of fruit/vegetable juice, as ...

$ 900.00
May 2013 Alcoholic Drinks packaging in Singapore

Many consumers are purchasing more alcoholic drinks for consumption at home as well as at home parties, thus leading to more alcoholic drinks specialist retailers in Singapore supplying consumers with...

$ 900.00
May 2013 Hot Drinks Packaging in Singapore

Coffee and flavoured powder drinks were the largest retail volume contributors to hot drinks sales in the review period. In 2012, coffee and flavoured powder drinks retail volume sales registered arou...

$ 900.00
May 2013 Soft Drinks Packaging in Singapore

In 2011 and 2012, unit volume of soft drinks packaging saw growth, which was driven by the volume sales growth in major soft drinks categories, including carbonates, RTD tea, Asian speciality drinks a...

$ 900.00
March 2013 Grocery Retailers in Singapore

In 2012, due to the uncertain global economic outlook, such as the European debt crisis and slowdown of economic growth in China, consumer confidence tends to be weaker compared to 2011. During such a...

$ 900.00
September 2013 Coffee in Singapore

The increasing presence of chained coffee shops in the foodservice channel, such as Starbucks, Coffee Bean and Spinelli, have led to a growing coffee culture in Singapore. As such, consumers’ taste in...

$ 900.00
September 2013 Beer in Singapore

Beer posted total volume growth of 6% to reach 115 million litres in 2012. Consumers in Singapore are Increasingly involved in social events where drinking is a part of interaction within a group. Sin...

$ 900.00
September 2013 Other Hot drinks in Singapore

Nestlé Singapore Pte Ltd’s Milo brand continued to dominate the other hot drinks category in 2012; the brand is very popular locally and is widely available in retail as well as at foodservice outlets...

$ 900.00
September 2013 Rtds/High-Strength Premixes in Singapore

RTDs/high-strength premixes posted total volume growth of 1% to reach 340,000 litres in 2012. Other alcoholic drinks are more popular among consumers in Singapore. Consumers, especially younger ones, ...

$ 900.00

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