General Beverages Market Research Reports & Industry Analysis

General Beverage market research reports include data on beverages such as soft drinks, beers, ciders, flavored alcoholic beverages, spirits, and wines. The global beverage market experienced total revenues of $1,836.1 billion in 2013, and is expected to increase to $2,245.6 billion by 2018.

Our General Beverages market research includes data that focuses on individual countries, as well as reports that have information on a global level. Reports include information on beverage consumption, retailers, products, and trend data such as sales and outlooks for the future. Global beverage reports also include detailed analysis on specific beverages such as hot drinks, non-alcoholic, drink additives, kid’s drinks, and many more. As health becomes a more prominent concern in households, beverages that are processed with added healthier ingredients that provide more benefits and nutrition will experience higher sales.

MarketResearch.com’s collection of market research studies in the beverage market will help you stay competitive by having a comprehensive understanding of the beverage industry. Our beverage market research can help you discover multiple perspectives that will help you answer your beverage research questions or give insight into industry segmentation, size, and growth of the global market. Our market intelligence not only covers the drinks themselves, but it also analyzes industry trends, manufacturing, and packaging as well as business and management strategies influencing the market.

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General Beverages Industry Research & Market Reports

  • Germany Beverages Tracker - Q2 2020

    ... performance and developments on a quarterly basis, covering - Top line consumption volumes for Q2-2020 vs Q2-2019, moving annual totals (MAT), full year 2019 provisional data and 2020 forecasts for all beverage categories. Carbonates consumption ... Read More

  • Denmark Beverages Tracker - Q2 2020

    ... performance and developments on a quarterly basis, covering - Top line consumption volumes for Q2-2020 vs Q2-2019, moving annual totals (MAT), full year 2019 provisional data and 2020 forecasts for all beverage categories. Carbonates consumption ... Read More

  • Bahrain Food & Drink Q4 2020

    ... sectors. That beingsaid, as the country begins to relax social distancing, a growing number of service sector businesses are now allowed to reopen. Atthis point, we see a steady uptick in food and non-alcohol beverage ... Read More

  • Botswana Food & Drink Q4 2020

    ... bothalcoholic drinks consumption and spending to contract in 2020 due to restrictions on the sale of alcoholic drinks and shiftingconsumer purchasing patterns. Over the medium term (2020-2024), we forecast Botswana's food and drink sector to ... Read More

  • Mexico Food & Drink Q4 2020

    ... is supported by the IMF and other countries and bodies, hyperinflation has delivered a spike in prices for prescriptiondrugs and an ongoing lack of foreign currency has affected local manufacturing firms’ ability to produce vital ... Read More

  • Ukraine Food & Drink Q4 2020

    ... a decline in alcoholic drink spending, while both non-alcoholic drink and food spending will see an uptick in sales due to restrictions and consumers opting to stay at home. Thoughonline retail is still in its ... Read More

  • United Arab Emirates Food & Drink Q4 2020

    ... food and non-alcoholic drinks spendingto tick up in 2020, to reach 6.2% y-o-y, up from 4.5% y-o-y in 2019. In 2021, growth is projected to decelerate slightly to 5.1% y-o-y.We highlight that this slowdown in ... Read More

  • Food & Beverages E-Commerce Market Global Briefing 2020-30: Covid 19 Growth And Change

    ... at a CAGR of 50.13%. The market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 14.79% from 2020 to reach $88.84 billion in 2030. Food & Beverages E-Commerce Market Global Briefing 2020-30: Covid 19 Growth ... Read More

  • Vietnam Food & Drink Q4 2020

    ... will alsosupport significant growth in both value sales and volume consumption of alcohol. The Covid-19 pandemic will continue to shiftconsumer spending towards essentials like food and non-alcoholic drinks, supporting our optimistic view for the sector. Read More

  • Poland Food & Drink Q4 2020

    ... and non-alcoholic drinkssales will see a big boost in 2020, as consumers re-prioritise their spending towards essential items. Continued lockdown measuresto curb the spread of the Covid-19 outbreak will weigh on the alcoholic drinks sector; ... Read More

  • Kuwait Food & Drink Q4 2020

    ... prioritise spending on essential items due to ongoingsocial distancing measures and consumers opting to stay at home. With Kuwait having one of the highest diabetes occurrence ratesin the world, healthification is a growing trend in ... Read More

  • Serbia Food & Drink Q4 2020

    ... is positioned well, grocery remained open during the country’s lockdown and as the economicreality of Covid-19 continues to feed through to consumers we expect the prioritisation of food and non-alcoholic drinks purchasesto remain in place. Read More

  • Chile Food & Drink Q4 2020

    ... with regard to employment and wageprospects. The food and non-alcoholic drinks segments will experience strong growth in spending in 2020 while alcoholic drinksconsumption growth will be subdued. Our medium-term (2020-2024) outlook for food and drinks ... Read More

  • South Korea Food & Drink Q4 2020

    ... The sector will see a short-term boost as consumers re-prioritise their spending towards essential items. Over themedium term, the focus will fall on the premiumisation and healthification trends, which will drive growth across several sectors. Read More

  • Kenya Food & Drink Q4 2020

    ... the economic reality of Covid-19 continues to feed through to local consumers, we expect the prioritisation offood and non-alcoholic drinks purchases to remain in place. Prospects for alcoholic drink spending and consumption remain farmore muted. Read More

  • Local Vs Global: How Ingredient Trends Reflect Cultural Shifts

    ... emerging in many markets. Food nationalism is growing, and consumers are proudly consuming their local food. In light of COVID-19, both global and local food trends are evolving, and local food is now playing a ... Read More

  • Algeria Food & Drink Q4 2020

    ... of partial lockdown with restrictions on travel and curfews in place. As the economic reality ofCovid-19 continues to feed through to consumers, we expect the prioritisation of food and non-alcoholic drinks purchases toremain in place. Read More

  • Germany Food & Drink Q4 2020

    ... spending forecasts for 2020. As an essential spend segment, we believe thatconsumer spending on food will be shielded from the negative impact on overall consumer spending. It is a similar story for non-alcoholic beverages, though ... Read More

  • Philippines Food & Drink Q4 2020

    ... expect outperformance of fish and fish products, as well as fruit and vegetables, in thefood sectors, and hot drinks and carbonated drinks in the drink sector. Meanwhile, we believe that spending on alcoholic drinks willcontinue ... Read More

  • Hong Kong Food & Drink Q4 2020

    ... shutdown orders in order to limit a major localised outbreak. While we expectthe economy to face significant disruptions in H220, we retain the view that food and non-alcoholic drinks spending is wellpositioned to withstand the ... Read More

  • Nordics Food & Drink Q4 2020

    ... that food and non-alcoholic drinks will see a boostin 2020, as consumers re-prioritise their spending toward essential items. As a result, we have made significant upward revisions toDenmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden's food and non-alcoholic ... Read More

  • Food, Beverages and Tobacco in France

    ... international travel, hotels and schools, leading to a temporary halt in food ingredient orders for these establishments and falling revenues for food manufacturers. French households continued to spend on food as a key necessity, with ... Read More

  • Food, Beverages and Tobacco in Germany

    ... industry, as German consumers turn to cooking at home and stock up on shelf-stable foods. Nevertheless, food and beverage producers are still expected to record declining revenues during 2020, as the industry’s B2B sales faltered ... Read More

  • Food, Beverages and Tobacco in Spain

    ... the temporary closure of restaurants, hotels and schools, consequently halting purchases of food ingredients from foodservice providers. Spain is a major tourism destination and also has a strong dining out tradition among the domestic consumer ... Read More

  • Global Food and Beverage Flavors Market, Forecast to 2030

    ... and artificial categories based on the raw material used and the production processes involved. Positive consumer perception regarding natural ingredients has attributed to growth in demand for products comprising natural additives, including natural flavors. In ... Read More

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