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Hot Coffee Market in Hong Kong: Market Profile to 2018

29 Jun 2015  |  Published by:  Canadean
This report presents data on the Hot Coffee consumption trends in Hong Kong. It analyzes Hot Coffee consumption volumes and values at market and category level. It examines the components of change in the market for the historic (2008-2013) and forecast (2014-2018) years by volumes and values,...
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Unilever Group in Hot Drinks (World)

26 Jun 2015  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
Unilever’s hot drinks business is focused on tea, in which it continues to lead the global market comfortably. Present only in coffee in India, Unilever could consider exploring other opportunities in ASEAN. Expansion via T2 and Tea Fusion gave Unilever a new avenue to grow the premium category, des...
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Hot Drinks Market in the US 2015-2019

24 Jun 2015  |  Published by:  Technavio
About Hot DrinksHot drinks are classified into three: coffee, tea, and other hot drinks. The US is always considered as the first mover in terms of technological innovations, and this does not change in case of the hot drinks market in the country. Market vendors are launching new flavors and innova...
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Cider/Perry in Argentina

23 Jun 2015  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
Cider/perry saw slow growth during 2014 due to the strong advance of other sparkling wine, vermouth and bitters consumption.Cider/Perry in Argentina report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the market at a national level. It provides the latest retail sales data (2010-2014), allo...
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Spirits in Mexico

23 Jun 2015  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
2014 witnessed the rebirth of the tequila category with great performance amongst young adults. Mexican consumers have been used to tequila for a number of decades and tequila is precisely one of the distinctive products of Mexico. Nevertheless around 2005, tequila stopped being one of the preferred...
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Rtds/High-Strength Premixes in Argentina

23 Jun 2015  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
Sales of RTDs/high-strength premixes saw fast growth in 2014 favoured by strong advertising and promotion activity channelled by Cepas Argentinas SA behind spirit-based RTDs, increasing the popularity of this alcoholic drink among consumers aged 18 to 25.RTDs/High-Strength Premixes in Argentina repo...
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RTD Tea in South Korea

23 Jun 2015  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
RTD tea is characterised by its sensitivity to trends. Compared to other categories in soft drinks, sales of RTD tea is very much affected by major key brands that lead the trend. Once the key brands gain popularity, it is typical that other brands with a similar concept as the key brand appear. As ...
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RTD Coffee in South Korea

23 Jun 2015  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
As drinking coffee became popular culture in South Korea, RTD coffee showed significant growth over the review period. However, as the category matured, the double-digit growth rate in off-trade value terms up until 2012 slowed down to single-digit from 2013. RTD coffee matured with a variety of pro...
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Concentrates in South Korea

23 Jun 2015  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
Concentrates recorded a decline in both volume and value terms since 2012, after it enjoyed significant growth until the early stages of the review period. This was because liquid concentrates shifted to negative growth in 2012, which accounts for the majority of concentrates. Powder concentrates co...
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Carbonates in South Korea

23 Jun 2015  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
Carbonates continued to grow at a sound rate in 2014. Despite the widespread awareness that carbonates is not good for health due to its contents such as sugar, caffeine, and artificial colouring, carbonates continued to register moderately good growth over the review period. Carbonates is positione...
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Alcoholic Drinks in Mexico

23 Jun 2015  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
Mexico’s economic performance during 2014 showed a slight but favourable increase as the country’s GDP grew 2.1% during the year. This small but perceived positive performance helped consumers to have more disposable money and thus become less cautious on what categories they could spend on. This si...
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Bottled Water in South Korea

23 Jun 2015  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
Bottled water continued to record robust growth in 2014. The category demonstrated healthy growth over the review period compared to others in soft drinks which either stagnated or declined. The movement of bottled water is largely dependent on still bottled water, which accounts for 97% share of to...
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Wine in Argentina

23 Jun 2015  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
Wine sales decreased by 3% in total volume terms in 2014, a greater fall compared to the 1% CAGR decline over the review period as a whole. The main reason for the difference in performance is the fact that inflation is ruining the wine industry by driving up labour costs and making it less competit...
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Asian Speciality Drinks in South Korea

23 Jun 2015  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
Asian specialty drinks enjoyed moderate growth over the review period due to the increasing interest of consumers on health and wellness. Major ingredients of Asian specialty drinks are naturally healthy ingredients such as red ginseng or pine buds, and the suggested health benefits of these ingredi...
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Spirits in Argentina

23 Jun 2015  |  Published by:  Euromonitor
Imported alcoholic drinks continue to suffer government protectionism; therefore, multinationals have started to produce them locally. Consequently, in July 2014, Pernod Ricard Argentina SA agreed with Havana Club International to bottle in Argentina, which became the first country to bottle Havana ...
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