Region: South America
Category: Beverages

South America Beverages

(1717 reports matching your criteria)
  • Other Hot Drinks in Brazil

    ... fallout of COVID-19, with Brazilians becoming more inclined to buy these products while spending most of their time at home due to prolonged lockdowns and social distancing rules. Euromonitor International's Other Hot Drinks in Brazil ... Read More

  • Hot Drinks in Brazil

    ... declined significantly in 2020, as regional lockdowns forced foodservice outlets across the country to close for almost six months, and consumers were slow to return after they reopened. Despite the government’s provision of emergency credit ... Read More

  • Tea in Brazil

    ... as concerns about the risks posed by COVID-19 strengthened interest in the healthy properties of different tea varieties. The category’s performance was further bolstered by the fact that the outbreak and spread of the pandemic ... Read More

  • Coffee in Brazil

    ... could not compensate for the loss of in-person business. In contrast, retail volume sales growth slowed slightly from 2019, but remained robust overall. Euromonitor International's Coffee in Brazil report offers a comprehensive guide to the ... Read More

  • Global Brazilian Coffee Beans Market Growth 2020-2025

    ... will reach $ XX million by 2025, from $ XX million in 2019. In particular, this report presents the global market share (sales and revenue) of key companies in Brazilian Coffee Beans business, shared in ... Read More

  • Other Hot Drinks in Colombia

    ... growth. Retail value sales, meanwhile, saw double the growth in 2020 than that achieved in 2019. Factors contributing to this performance were increased consumption at home due to lockdown restrictions, coupled with the closure of ... Read More

  • Coffee in Chile

    ... has enabled it to sustain total volume growth in a time of crisis during COVID-19 in 2020. Although on-trade sales have fallen dramatically in this year, due to outlet closures to stop the spread of ... Read More

  • Coffee in Colombia

    ... for home consumption, while choosing cheaper options in the category. Overall, Colombian consumers are not neglecting coffee consumption during the pandemic, and a great proportion of the sales lost in the on-trade segment were transferred ... Read More

  • Tea in Colombia

    ... the value growth rate doubled. Lockdown boosted demand for hot drinks such as tea, which is considered a comforting drink, and thus benefitted from consumers being forced to stay at home during a period of ... Read More

  • Tea in Chile

    ... in 2020, despite the impact of COVID-19. On-trade sales have seen a significant decline, due to the temporary closure of foodservice outlets during the lockdown to avoid the spread of the virus, and limited capacity ... Read More

  • Hot Drinks in Colombia

    ... the aggregated effect of consumers stockpiling these products during the first quarter of the year, and the idea that hot drinks provide comfort and a sense of well-being during the period of lockdown. Of particular ... Read More

  • Hot Drinks in Chile

    ... closures were seen during the total lockdown to prevent the spread of the virus, with limitations on capacity on reopening. However, some outlets closed permanently due to bankruptcy, after closures due to social unrest in ... Read More

  • Other Hot Drinks in Chile

    ... on-trade sales of other hot drinks in 2020, seeing a strong volume decline. However, this has also led to higher off-trade sales, particularly for flavoured powder drinks. The shift in consumption occasions towards the home, ... Read More

  • Coffee in Uruguay

    ... repercussions of the pandemic, many Uruguayan consumers have been limiting their spending of coffee and instead investing in value-priced other plant based hot drinks such as yerba maté and tea. Likewise, in response to the ... Read More

  • Energy Drinks in Uruguay

    ... consumption has likely dropped as a result of the ongoing restrictions, many have likely continued to consume energy drinks as it is frequently purchased by employees needing an energy boost to get through their working ... Read More

  • RTD Tea in Uruguay

    ... the product area’s high price positioning as the pandemic has led to ongoing economic problems in 2020. The unemployment rate in Uruguay has risen which has led to restricted purchasing powers meaning many consumers have ... Read More

  • Carbonates in Uruguay

    ... has been the financial repercussions of the pandemic, as unemployment rates surge and purchasing powers decrease. As a result of Uruguayans trying to save money, they have cut their consumption of unessential products such as ... Read More

  • Bottled Water in Uruguay

    ... Although consumers have been spending more time at home during 2020 and home consumption of water has increased, this has not been beneficial for bottled water as more and more Uruguayans have had tap water ... Read More

  • Other Hot Drinks in Uruguay

    ... influenced by that of other plant-based hot drinks. The per capita consumption of yerba maté is one of the highest in the world, as the beverage is consumed by Uruguayans of all ages and income ... Read More

  • Hot Drinks in Uruguay

    ... GDP is projected to downfall -3.0% in 2020 well over -5,2% decrease for the average of other Latin American countries, according to the estimates of the International Monetary Fund in April 2020. Likewise, purchasing powers ... Read More

  • Coffee in Peru

    ... thus the opportunities for home consumption moments. Since 2016, consumption and spending on coffee have gradually increased, largely driven by instant coffee, which has the highest consumption volumes. However, ground and roasted coffee have been ... Read More

  • Concentrates in Uruguay

    ... growing noticeably. The economic repercussions of the pandemic have led to rising unemployment rates in Uruguay and subsequent declining disposable incomes. As a result, consumers have been forced to gravitate towards value products within soft ... Read More

  • Juice in Uruguay

    ... drinks due to the lower priced point of the latter. Likewise, many consumers have also migrated from juice to value-priced concentrates which are not only lower priced but also last longer meaning consumers can visit ... Read More

  • Tea in Uruguay

    ... financial implications of the pandemic, with many consumers having their purchasing powers reduced. As a result, consumers have been limiting the amount they spend on products such as tea. Black tea especially will see declining ... Read More

  • Sports Drinks in Uruguay

    ... and the unemployment rate which has been rising notably in 2020 overall. With constrained discretionary income, consumers have reduced spending on soft drinks in non-essential product areas, which includes sports drinks. Furthermore, due to the ... Read More

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