October 13th, 2008
Click here to listen – In this episode of Globalcast, Euromonitor International’s Eastern Europe and Russian analyst Vitalij Vladykin analyses the changing soft drinks market in Russia, focusing on the growing consolidation trend and its impact on the market. In this edition of Globalcast, Euromonitor reviews: The key trends of the Russian soft drinks market […]
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.
March 6th, 2007
Carbonates took the top spot in terms of sales through UK vending machines in 2005, with sales of £501.6 million.
October 11th, 2006
This year has seen a flurry of acquisition activity as The Coca-Cola Company (TCCC) attempts to firm up its position in European bottled water. Following last years’ purchase of Eastern European water brands, recent acquisitions in Italy and Germany are further evidence of the company’s strategy to expand into this high-growth sector.
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.
December 15th, 2003
Do functional food and beverages represent an opportunity for manufacturers to improve their profit margins, or are the days of functional products already numbered? The new publication on the world market for functional food and beverages by global market analyst Euromonitor provides the answers.
March 31st, 2003
Functional dairy products need to have a strong marketing message and follow trends in convenience packaging in order to succeed in a poorly regulated environment.
July 26th, 2002
The recent announcement by Novartis of its intention to sell off its health and functional food operations and focus on its core healthcare business has sparked interest across the food and beverage industry. The divestment of brands “whose growth can be accelerated in companies where there is a good strategic fit”, has resulted in a slew of potential suitors keen to snap up one or more brands for their own portfolios.