Canadean research organisation has released its top trends for 2015 claiming due to the large number of products available on the supermarket shelves many brands are in danger of fading into the background.
The importance of private label beverages and the impact of a consumer’s wealth on soft drink demand are key issues facing the industry in light of current concerns over future market growth, says a leading sector analyst.
Growth in the UK market for food and drink packaging is expected to be mainly attributable to new eating patterns such as ‘on the go’ as well as the rise in the amount of people dining alone driven by the increase in one person households, according to...
The market for carbonated soft drinks in India has
plummeted by about five per cent for a second year in the
row as consumers in the country embrace non-carbonated
alternatives, new research has found.
Thailand's tropical climate has fuelled the country's thirst for
soft drinks, with consumption growing steadily in recent years,
according to market analysts Canadean. Bottled water and
other 'healthy' drinks are...
Despite Germany's blisteringly hot weather in 2003, the country's
soft drinks market was badly affected by a controversial mandatory
deposit system which saw many retailers remove one-way containers
from their shelves, according...
Last year's exceptionally hot summer weather gave a major boost to
soft drink consumption in the UK, but a new report from market
analysts Canadean shows that the heatwave merely accelerated
the already rapid growth in one of...
Global consumption of juice and nectars has risen steadily in
recent years, fuelled by a healthy image. And producers have no
intention of taking their foot off the gas, it seems, with a raft
of product innovations planned to keep...
Poland's accession to the EU in May next year will give a major
boost to beer and carbonate sales, a new report from Canadean
predicts. But these sectors are already showing double-digit
increases, helped by low prices and per...
The increasing use of PET packaging is driving sales of bottled
water and fruit juice in Hungary, but despite the improvements,
soft drinks as a whole have a long way to go before they can
challenge the dominance of beer, claims Canadean.
Sales of wine in France have been falling recently as competition
from other drinks sectors heats up and younger consumers opt for
less alcholic beverages. But wine still far outperforms all other
alcoholic drinks in France, and its...
Russia's abiding love affair with vodka is now driving sales of
flavoured alcoholic beverages based on the national drink. Although
still small, the FAB category is just one of several with potential
for good growth in the years...
Growing levels of disposable income in China have allowed beer
drinkers to move up from standard to premium brands - and given an
opportunity for international players to make their mark in the
world's biggest beer market.
Spanish sales of Scotch whisky, liqueurs, gin and brandy all
declined last year as younger consumers turned away from strong
alcoholic drinks with an unfashionable image. Only rum managed to
register a slight increase, according to...
Although nearly two thirds of the world's beer continues to be
distributed in refillable glass bottles, the real dynamism in the
drinks packaging market as a whole is coming from PET, claims a new
report from beverage analysts...
The phenomenal growth in sales of flavoured alcoholic beverages was
always going to be hard to maintain in the long term, and a new
report from Canadean predicts that sales in leading markets will
slow substantially in the next two...