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By Olly Wehring | 20 January 2012
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 report is an in-depth financial evaluation of the global beer brewing industry. Using a unique method of analysis, each of the top 500 brewers is individually assessed and ranked against each other and compared to industry averages.
As beer industry globalisation continues apace, this report charts the latest developments, with data on volume by country, continent, brewer and brand. It provides detailed profiles of the leading brewers and discusses the impact of the mergers and acquisitions reshaping the industry.
RTD tea is moving from a niche category to the mainstream. This report looks at how to accelerate growth in both developing and developed markets.
This reports seeks to identify the role private label currently plays in the context of global coffee sales. It looks at the strategies that will be key to brand manufacturers as they tackle the continued challenge that private label will pose in the future.
This report is the definitive guide to how this exciting sector will develop. Use it to establish where the future growth opportunities lie in the global gin sector; find out what brand strategies will be most successful and which markets will grow.
This report gives an overview of the structure of the baiju market, the nature of production, the top companies by volume, the top brands by value and consumption by quality. Learn about the drinking culture surrounding baijiu and how the route-to-market differs from other spirits.
Wine recorded an impressive 12% total volume growth in 2011 to reach 9m litres in Singapore. This rise in demand was fuelled by increasing consumer sophistication as well as wine’s growing appeal as a status symbol. Read about this trend, and more, in the latest edition of this report.
Use this report to get a detailed picture of the wine market in China. Pinpoint growth sectors and identify factors driving change, and understand the competitive environment, the market’s major players and leading brands. Future predictions can be made from the five-year forecasts.
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