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By Olly Wehring | 4 May 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:
The core objective of this report is to examine the different corporate responses to the current state of the global beer industry and growth opportunities for companies involved in the category.
This report covers the scope, size, disposition and growth of the beer manufacturing industry, including the key sensitivities and success factors. Also included are five-year industry forecasts, growth rates and an analysis of the key players and their market shares.
This report discusses the global soft drinks market and looks at the various ingredients now found within the market, as well as industry structure and trends in new product activity.
Performance and prospects for drinking milk products is the focus of this report. It shows how consumption is increasing in emerging markets, how wealthier consumers have switched from unprocessed to processed formats and how a continued focus on innovation should bolster retail values and margins.
The statistical supplement for spirits in all of the US states includes a number of indicators to address volume, growth, economic and demography information, category and segment trends, channels info, distributor rankings and more.
This new statistical supplement presents shipments of vodka in the US by state, in a multi-dimensional report. It is presented as a dashboard and illustrates volumes, growth, economic and demographic information.
This report analyses the structure of consumption of wine in India by country of origin, colour, format and price point; provides detailed information on the structure of the market, costs and taxes; and assesses the opportunities.
This wine in Nigeria report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the market at a national level. It provides the latest retail sales data (2007-2011), allowing you to identify the sectors driving growth.
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