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By Liz Hague from just-drinks' Research Team | 13 December 2013
This weeks 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 scrutinizes all aspects of the brewing sector in the US, covering state and regional markets, distribution channels, brewers and brands, imports, exports, packaging, pricing, advertising, demographics and projections. It also provides in-depth examination of the mergers, acquisitions and joint ventures reshaping the industry. New for 2013: Now offers quarterly growth data.
Research for this study is based on an internal database of label market information, a review of available published literature, an analysis of trade and industry statistics, online surveys, and interviews with companies across the value chain, together with input from industry conferences and events specific to the label and specialist converting industries.
Environmental sustainability remains one of the most active areas for the global drinks industry. This four-part report takes an in-depth look at this buzz topic. Each section looks at the environmental footprint of each drinks category: Beer, soft drinks & bottled water, spirits and wine.
This report summarises industry activity and contains current statistical data for 11 individual beverage categories in Canada, including volume, growth and per capita consumption figures. It profiles leading companies active in the Canadian marketplace and includes volume figures to 2012, plus Beverage Marketing's exclusive five-year projections for each category.
This year's version of the global carbonates report provides a detailed analysis of the CSD market, with global, regional and individual country data including forecasts to 2016. The report shows that overall carbonates volumes continued to grow during 2012, although the category has now reached a position of maturity in a number of countries.
This report examines the single-serve fruit beverage market in the context of the 'New Age' beverage marketplace. It looks at current issues and provides in-depth discussion of the leading companies' distribution and marketing strategies, and supplies data on volume and sales of their brands. It covers regions, packaging, demographics and projections through to 2017.
The report investigates the wine markets of the 17 markets comprising the defined region of West Europe from both a wine production and consumption view point. The critical factors affecting each market are analysed at individual country level providing insight into current dynamics and how they have changed over the last few years. Coverage is from 2005 to the present day with forecasts up to and including 2015,
Treasury Wine Estates has faced serious challenges since its spin-off from Foster’s Group in 2011. The US, which was a key component of its turnaround plan, has thus far failed to pay dividends. In 2013, the company was put in the extremely uncomfortable position of having to destroy up to 600,000 cases of wine as it over-estimated its inventory requirements. This profile takes an in-depth look at the company.
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