October 1st, 2009
Mexico’s economy is in murkier water than the last deep recession of 1995, but, according to Euromonitor International’s upcoming global report on share of throat and wallet, there is significant upside for the soft, hot, alcoholic and dairy drinks industries to 2013.
July 6th, 2009
Opportunity exists in Russia with Nidan and Visma as possible targets, while stiff competition in China should not deter Tata Tea from entry.
May 27th, 2009
German coffee giant retreats from France and the Netherlands and scales down its UK business to concentrate on Eastern Europe.
July 24th, 2007
Coca-Cola and its bottlers are engaging in joint acquisitions in emerging markets, further enhancing the American giant’s acquisition led expansion strategy.
July 24th, 2007
Latin America continues to offer market leader Gatorade strong opportunites for growth, although it cannot afford to lose focus with Red Bull and Powerade slowly gaining market share.
June 23rd, 2005
When set in a global context, not from concentrate 100% juice (NFC juice) is a relatively small category within the soft drinks industry and, due to its relatively higher selling price in comparison to other juice categories, it is seen as a premium product in most countries.
August 12th, 2003
Japan, traditionally a tea-consuming nation and home of the green tea that is fast proliferating in tea markets across the West, might not naturally be considered a coffee-loving nation. But coffee is not only more popular in both volume and value terms, overall tea sales are continuing to lose ground to coffee, with volume sales exhibiting consecutive decline between 1997 and 2002 (with only black speciality tea exhibiting strong growth).
September 27th, 2002
With a long tradition of drinking tea, Saudi Arabia boasts the second largest retail tea market in the Middle East. Although coffee is the preferred hot beverage, accounting for more than half of all hot drinks in retail value terms according to leading global market analyst Euromonitor, tea continues to play an integral part in […]