Canada Soft Drinks Review 2015; Comprehensive Analysis of Trends in the Soft Drinks Market Including Long-term Forecasts

 Published On: Dec, 2015 |    No of Pages: 142 |  Published By: Canadean | Format: PDF
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Summary

Some of the key trends noted across Canada include: consumers starting to watch their sugar intake especially in western markets where low calorie variants are taking share, or consumers moving towards packaged water and flavoured waters; fruit powders continuing to fall across many of the markets despite their lower price per litre as consumers opt for more convenient ready to drink alternatives.

Key Findings

The Soft Drinks Reviews, available for over 80 markets, provide an analysis of the drivers behind the key soft drinks category growth, covering for example the impact of the economic environment, rising/falling consumer disposable income levels, pricing challenges, raw material price hikes, changes in consumer taste

Synopsis

The Soft Drinks Review reports from global beverage experts, Canadean, provide a complete overview of the soft drinks market across over 80 individual markets, including:

• Top line production, import, export and consumption volume from 2009-2014 with forecasts to 2018

• 2013-2014 volume data by segment, flavour, key company, packaging and distribution (on-/off-premise), with 2015 forecasts

• Details of key new product launches in 2014 by company

• Overview of the competitive landscape in the soft drinks market, with analysis of key company performance

• Insightful and valuable analysis of the drivers behind both current and emerging trends in the soft drinks market

Reasons To Buy

• Canada Soft Drinks Review 2015; Comprehensive Analysis of Trends in the Soft Drinks Market Including Long-term Forecasts reports allow you to evaluate forecast projections to 2018, enhancing your understanding of the evolving trends and consumption patterns

• The reports are arranged by category, giving you a comprehensive view of current and emerging trends and opportunities to support your corporate strategic planning

• Identify the current and emerging trends and future growth opportunities in the soft drinks market to assess the likely impact on your company’s performance

• Interrogate the data to understand both the historic and likely future performance of the soft drinks industry to support your long-term strategic planning"

Table of Contents

1 Canada Packaged Water Category Profile
2 Canada Bulk/HOD Water Category Profile
3 Canada Carbonates Category Profile
4 Canada Juice Category Profile
5 Canada Nectars Category Profile
6 Canada Still Drinks Category Profile
7 Canada Squash/Syrups Category Profile
8 Canada Fruit Powders Category Profile
9 Canada Iced/RTD Tea Drinks Category Profile
10 Canada Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Category Profile
11 Canada Sports Drinks Category Profile
12 Canada Energy Drinks Category Profile
13 Appendix

List of Tables

Table 1: Canada Packaged Water Consumption, 2009-2015F
Table 2: Canada Packaged Water Consumption Forecast, 2016F-2018F
Table 3: Canada Packaged Water Segments, 2013-2016F
Table 4: Canada Packaged Water Packaging, 2013-2015F
Table 5: Canada Packaged Water Distribution, 2013-2015F
Table 6: Canada Packaged Water Leading Companies, 2012-2014
Table 7: Canada Bulk/HOD Water Consumption, 2009-2015F
Table 8: Canada Bulk/HOD Water Consumption Forecast, 2016F-2018F
Table 9: Canada Bulk/HOD Water Segments, 2013-2016F
Table 10: Canada Bulk/HOD Water Packaging, 2013-2015F
Table 11: Canada Bulk/HOD Water Distribution, 2013-2015F
Table 12: Canada Bulk/HOD Water Leading Companies, 2012-2014
Table 13: Canada Carbonates Consumption, 2009-2015F
Table 14: Canada Carbonates Consumption Forecast, 2016F-2018F
Table 15: Canada Carbonates Segments, 2013-2015F
Table 16: Canada Carbonates Packaging, 2013-2015F
Table 17: Canada Carbonates Distribution, 2013-2015F
Table 18: Canada Carbonates Leading Companies, 2012-2014
Table 19: Canada Juice Consumption, 2009-2015F
Table 20: Canada Juice Consumption Forecast, 2016F-2018F
Table 21: Canada Juice Segments, 2013-2015F
Table 22: Canada Juice Packaging, 2013-2015F
Table 23: Canada Juice Distribution, 2013-2015F
Table 24: Canada Juice Leading Companies, 2012-2014
Table 25: Canada Nectars Consumption, 2009-2015F
Table 26: Canada Nectars Consumption Forecast, 2016F-2018F
Table 27: Canada Nectars Segments, 2013-2015F
Table 28: Canada Nectars Packaging, 2013-2015F
Table 29: Canada Nectars Distribution, 2013-2015F
Table 30: Canada Nectars Leading Companies, 2012-2014
Table 31: Canada Still Drinks Consumption, 2009-2015F
Table 32: Canada Still Drinks Consumption Forecast, 2016F-2018F
Table 33: Canada Still Drinks Segments, 2013-2015F
Table 34: Canada Still Drinks Packaging, 2013-2015F
Table 35: Canada Still Drinks Distribution, 2013-2015F
Table 36: Canada Still Drinks Leading Companies, 2012-2014
Table 37: Canada Squash/Syrups Consumption, 2009-2015F
Table 38: Canada Squash/Syrups Consumption Forecast, 2016F-2018F
Table 39: Canada Squash/Syrups Segments, 2013-2015F
Table 40: Canada Squash/Syrups Packaging, 2013-2015F
Table 41: Canada Squash/Syrups Distribution, 2013-2015F
Table 42: Canada Squash/Syrups Leading Companies, 2012-2014
Table 43: Canada Fruit Powders Consumption, 2009-2015F
Table 44: Canada Fruit Powders Consumption Forecast, 2016F-2018F
Table 45: Canada Fruit Powders Segments, 2013-2015F
Table 46: Canada Fruit Powders Packaging, 2013-2015F
Table 47: Canada Fruit Powders Distribution, 2013-2015F
Table 48: Canada Fruit Powders Leading Companies, 2012-2014
Table 49: Canada Iced/RTD Tea Drinks Consumption, 2009-2015F
Table 50: Canada Iced/RTD Tea Drinks Consumption Forecast, 2016F-2018F
Table 51: Canada Iced/RTD Tea Drinks Segments, 2013-2015F
Table 52: Canada Iced/RTD Tea Drinks Packaging, 2013-2015F
Table 53: Canada Iced/RTD Tea Drinks Distribution, 2013-2015F
Table 54: Canada Iced/RTD Tea Drinks Leading Companies, 2012-2014
Table 55: Canada Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption, 2009-2015F
Table 56: Canada Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption Forecast, 2016F-2018F
Table 57: Canada Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Segments, 2013-2015F
Table 58: Canada Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Packaging, 2013-2015F
Table 59: Canada Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Distribution, 2013-2015F
Table 60: Canada Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Leading Companies, 2012-2014
Table 61: Canada Sports Drinks Consumption, 2009-2015F
Table 62: Canada Sports Drinks Consumption Forecast, 2016F-2018F
Table 63: Canada Sports Drinks Segments, 2013-2015F
Table 64: Canada Sports Drinks Packaging, 2013-2015F
Table 65: Canada Sports Drinks Distribution, 2013-2015F
Table 66: Canada Sports Drinks Leading Companies, 2012-2014
Table 67: Canada Energy Drinks Consumption, 2009-2015F
Table 68: Canada Energy Drinks Consumption Forecast, 2016F-2018F
Table 69: Canada Energy Drinks Segments, 2013-2015F
Table 70: Canada Energy Drinks Packaging, 2013-2015F
Table 71: Canada Energy Drinks Distribution, 2013-2015F
Table 72: Canada Energy Drinks Leading Companies, 2012-2014
Table 73: Grams per Liter
Table 74: Centiliters per Liter


List of Figures

Figure 1: Canada Packaged Water Leading Trademark Owners & Private Label, 2014
Figure 2: Canada Packaged Water Consumption and Growth Chart, 2009-2018F
Figure 3: Canada Bulk/HOD Water Leading Trademark Owners & Private Label, 2014
Figure 4: Canada Bulk/HOD Water Consumption and Growth Chart, 2009-2018F
Figure 5: Canada Carbonates Leading Trademark Owners & Private Label, 2014
Figure 6: Canada Carbonates Consumption and Growth Chart, 2009-2018F
Figure 7: Canada Juice Leading Trademark Owners & Private Label, 2014
Figure 8: Canada Juice Consumption and Growth Chart, 2009-2018F
Figure 9: Canada Nectars Leading Trademark Owners & Private Label, 2014
Figure 10: Canada Nectars Consumption and Growth Chart, 2009-2018F
Figure 11: Canada Still Drinks Leading Trademark Owners & Private Label, 2014
Figure 12: Canada Still Drinks Consumption and Growth Chart, 2009-2018F
Figure 13: Canada Squash/Syrups Leading Trademark Owners & Private Label, 2014
Figure 14: Canada Squash/Syrups Consumption and Growth Chart, 2009-2018F
Figure 15: Canada Fruit Powders Leading Trademark Owners & Private Label, 2014
Figure 16: Canada Fruit Powders Consumption and Growth Chart, 2009-2018F
Figure 17: Canada Iced/RTD Tea Drinks Leading Trademark Owners & Private Label, 2014
Figure 18: Canada Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Leading Trademark Owners & Private Label, 2014
Figure 19: Canada Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption and Growth Chart, 2009-2018F
Figure 20: Canada Sports Drinks Leading Trademark Owners & Private Label, 2014
Figure 21: Canada Sports Drinks Consumption and Growth Chart, 2009-2018F
Figure 22: Canada Energy Drinks Leading Trademark Owners & Private Label, 2014
Figure 23: Canada Energy Drinks Consumption and Growth Chart, 2009-2018F


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