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This week's top reports in just-drinks' research store
Here's a run-down of some of the top research reports currently available in the just-drinks research store:
This databook assesses the prospects for logistics in Japan's beverages sector. It provides information on total logistics (by value) with respect to nature of sourcing and logistics activity.
This completely revised report examines sales and growth potential, identifying key issues and trends that will affect the US natural and organic marketplace up to 2015.
Using a unique method of analysis, the top 500 global spirit producers are individually assessed and ranked against each other, and compared to industry averages, in this in-depth financial evaluation.
This report covers the grape wine industry in China and includes regional markets and key companies.
- Premium Spirits in China Case Study: Harnessing Greater Consumer Spending Power in the Chinese Market
Use this report to understand the appeal of premium spirits in the Chinese market, and how these qualities are expected to manifest over time.
This report is a comprehensive resource for Japan's speciality spirits market, and includes category and segment level data with value, volume, distribution share and company and brand share.
This report is a crucial resource for anyone looking to quickly understand the key information concerning Starbucks Corporation’s business.
This report is the essential entry level source for all industry data and analysis for the drinks industry in UK. As well as historical data, it provides forecasts for the next two years.
- Scottish Independence and Scotch Whisky
- Comment - Heineken's 'No' Cuts SABMiller Options
- SABMiller spurned by Heineken: The start of the en
- Irish whiskey eyes a slice of Scotch's global pie
- Can the New World Learn a Lesson from the Old?
- Diageo's Special Releases 2014
- LIVE BLOG: Industry responds to Scotland 'No' vote
- Diageo ups Johnnie Walker Formula One presence
- William Grant opens Tullamore D.E.W. distillery
- Rabobank warns of "mountainous task" for Scotch