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By just-drinks.com editorial team | 11 March 2011
Here's a run-down of some of the top research reports currently available in the just-drinks research store:
This is a complete guide to new product launches in this region. Read how flavoured alcoholic beverages (FABs) is the leading category in the Asia Pacific beer, cider and FABs market and how Suntory is the leading manufacturer of these new products.
This tracker report provides a detailed analysis of the latest developments in the UK beverage market. The performance of each beverage category is analysed, together with the latest industry, distribution and packaging news.
Off-trade volume sales of carbonates in the US remained flat in 2010. Growth in non-cola carbonates, lemonade, lime and orange, represents a shift in consumer preference for flavoured carbonates. This is a full profile of the sector.
Amid speculation regarding advertised claims and concerns over calorie content, the seemingly robust functional bottled water category incurred its first year of decline last year. Just one of the headlines from this update of the market.
This report is a quarterly update of key industry trends and developments. In this edition, foreign players remain interested in the Caribbean, rum is poised to perform strongly and difficult times ahead are predicted for beer.
New brands, new solutions in product packaging and original tea collections are ensuring that the tea market in Russia continues to grow dynamically in terms of quality development. Products covered in this report include black tea, fruit/herbal tea, green tea and instant tea.
This report will identify key market categories and segments and highlight the major market players in the liqueur industry in Mexico. It provides a comprehensive resource for market, category and segment level data. If you are looking for figures on value, volume, distribution share plus company and brand share, this is the report for you.
India has emerged as a country with immense potential for the wine industry. The major factors responsible for growth according to this new research are favourable government policies, increasing disposable income, and the availability of foreign brands.
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