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This week's top reports in just-drinks' research store
Here's a run-down of some of the top reports currently available in the just-drinks research store:
This report looks at the latest key global consumer trends in wine and spirits, looking at brand innovation, flavour experimentation and more.
Use this latest report to gain insight into the key global travel retail trends, discover the leading travel retail players and identify the best-selling brands and fastest-growing categories in this retail channel.
This latest briefing analyses the state of the global beer market, looking at categories, regions, companies, channels, key trends and opportunities impacting beer today and in the future.
This is an essential entry level source for all industry data and analysis, providing in-depth category and channel insight into the UK drinks market.
A comprehensive guide to the shape and size of Brazil's beer market. This report provides the latest retail sales data, helping you to identify the sectors driving growth.
This report discusses the differences in regional coffee trends and seeks to help identify where opportunities for premiumisation in the category lie between 2010 and 2015.
This report analyses the largest global soft drinks category by volume, identifying regional and category differences and highlighting the challenges and opportunities ahead in a post-recession economy.
Detailed company profile and SWOT analysis information is provided for all the leading food and drink companies, who are ranked in order by total annual revenues.
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- Pernod wins consent for Glenlivet upgrade
- Thailand pulls back from New Year alcohol ban