Hot Drinks

Join Euromonitor at Thai Beverage Conference 2010

by April 5th, 2010

Euromonitor International is pleased to be speaking at Thai Beverage Conference 2010 to be held on May 24 and 25, 2010, at Royal Orchid Sheraton Hotel in Bangkok, Thailand. Please visit the event to hear Euromonitor International’s Research Analyst Ms Warangkana Anuwong presenting latest global and regional trends and developments of the beverage industry. The […]

Webinar Recording: Global Drinking Habits – Share of Throat and Wallet

by February 25th, 2010

Our experts will identify developing and untapped markets with potential, examine challenges in  developed markets in the upcoming years, highlight cola vs. non cola trends and look at consumption patterns globally and regionally that are impacting the category. Globally, there is no doubt Coca-Cola and PepsiCo lead the way, though in many categories local brands […]

How will the hot drinks market cope during recession in Russia?

by February 12th, 2010

Click here to listen – In this episode of Globalcast, Euromonitor International Research Analyst Anastasija Goncharova discusses how changing economic conditions affect the Russian hot drinks market now and how it will influence market performance in the future. Learn about: How did the Russian hot drinks market change over the last few years? What are […]

FMCG and the recession – how are consumers of food, drink and tobacco products responding?

by May 27th, 2009

In this article picking up on client interest in the impact of the downturn on consumers, we offer a snapshot of the impact of the credit crunch on consumer purchasing attitudes and behaviours with regard to food, drink and tobacco, drawing upon the expertise of Euromonitor International’s in-house experts to highlight current and future scenarios in these industries.

Japan: a nation of coffee lovers

by 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).