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  • Saudi Arabia Food and Drink Report Q3 2017

    ...growth as the economy falls into recession, with growthcontracting by 0.2%. On the back end of our forecast period we expect stronger recovery, with SaudiArabia maintaining its position as one of the most attractive consumer ... Read More

  • RTD Coffee in the United Arab Emirates

    ...consumption in the country is undertaken mainly through chained specialist coffee shops and there is also a culture of wanting to recreate the on-trade coffee experience at home. However, RTD coffee is often seen as ... Read More

  • RTD Coffee in Saudi Arabia

    ...internet tariffs are enabling consumers to learn about global trends. This growing westernisation led to the launch of RTD coffee in 2014, with the category continuing to post double-digit growth every year. 2016 witnessed a ... Read More

  • RTD Tea in Saudi Arabia

    ...which has resulted in many using social media platforms. These young consumers are now more aware of global trends in food and drink as well as fashion. Furthermore, they are travelling more than ever before, ... Read More

  • RTD Tea in the United Arab Emirates

    ...groups is driving value sales growth across the category. Most players in the category already offer low sugar versions of their major brands and healthy positioning remains a key selling point in RTD tea. Demand ... Read More

  • RTD Coffee in Israel

    ...and its widespread distribution has made fresh coffee more easily available and affordable for many consumers due to its ILS5 fixed-price menu. As a result, RTD coffee experienced positive but slowing growth; in 2016, the ... Read More

  • RTD Tea in Israel

    ...such as cola carbonates are perceived as unhealthy, while RTD tea is perceived to be less harmful. Therefore, when consumers want to enjoy a sweet soft beverage they are likely to prefer RTD tea to ... Read More

  • Société Ets Michel Najjar in Hot Drinks (United Arab Emirates)

    ...du Café. The company is thereby focusing on growing in line with the increasing influx of tourists into the country. This on-trade expansion is also likely to have a positive effect on retail sales. Euromonitor ... Read More

  • Wissotzky Tea (Israel) Ltd in Hot Drinks (Israel)

    ...continue to promote the green tea category through marketing campaigns, in which it emphasises the health aspects of green tea consumption. Thus, it is attempting to increase the frequency of green tea drinking. Moreover, Wissotzky ... Read More

  • Other Hot Drinks in Israel

    ...drinks, and in accordance with the healthy lifestyle trend the consumption of such powders should decrease. However, children – the main consumers of other hot drinks – are unwilling to give up chocolate-based flavoured powder ... Read More

  • Tea in the United Arab Emirates

    ...consumption of tea through social media. Young affluent consumers are drawn to the experience of trying new flavours and appreciating tea blends and origins. High-end boutique tea salons have tea sommeliers that help high-end consumers ... Read More

  • Hot Drinks in the United Arab Emirates benefit with value-added strategies. In a category that has brands that are already considered premium, creating differentiation has been centred on either creating an experience, adding functionality or a play on packaging. Euromonitor International's ... Read More

  • Coffee in Israel

    ...capsules that are compatible with Nespresso's pod coffee machines. For example, Strauss Group launched its Nespresso-compatible capsules soon after the patent expired in 2012, followed by Joe Gourmet Coffee, which operates chained café specialist Café ... Read More

  • Maatouk Maison Du Café in Hot Drinks (United Arab Emirates)

    ...a concise set of briefings detailing the strategic direction taken by a company. Discover key contact details, the company background and their competitive positioning through this collection of snapshot company profiles. Product coverage: Coffee, Other ... Read More

  • Osem Food Industries Ltd in Hot Drinks (Israel)

    ...categories it operates in. Osem is attempting to regain share by focusing on innovation and quality; for example, during 2016 it launched Barista Nescafé Taster's Choice, which is a premium product from the well-known brand ... Read More

  • Other Hot Drinks in the United Arab Emirates

    ...brand recognition of Milo, Horlicks and Ovaltine, malt-based hot drinks saw good growth. The health and wellness positioning resulted in these brands appealing to various segments of the population and age groups. Horlicks, for example, ... Read More

  • Tea in Israel

    ...immune system and reducing the risk of some chronic diseases. Furthermore, many diet plans encourage people to drink green tea on a daily basis. While green tea was recording strong growth, slimming teas continued to ... Read More

  • Coffee in the United Arab Emirates

    ...and variants such as cappuccinos with cardamom, catering to local tastes. Experiences and storytelling in order to engage and connect with consumers in the United Arab Emirates is becoming front and centre of brand strategy. ... Read More

  • Mita Kish Co in Hot Drinks (Iran)

    ...and expand distribution of the Klassno brand in many SKUs to address all types of consumer demand. It will also try to expand its business to include pure soluble instant coffee and coffee whiteners, and ... Read More

  • Coffee in Iran

    ...the Iranian economy and the high rate of unemployment remained the key reason for reduced volume growth. However, the low base of the category, and thus the extreme potential for growth, acted as a key ... Read More

  • Golestan Co in Hot Drinks (Iran)

    ...such as tea bags and green tea are important for the company while it will try to diversify its range in loose packaged tea to meet the needs of consumers at all income levels. Packaged ... Read More

  • Hot Drinks in Iran

    ...such as a high rate of unemployment caused purchasing power to decline, which negatively impacted the performance of more modern hot drinks such as coffee. Tea, however, enjoys a high level of penetration, with estimated ... Read More

  • Other Hot Drinks in Iran

    ...mainly dependent on milk as these products are mainly consumed with milk, especially by children and teenagers. Key suppliers mainly offer cocoa-based products and the whole category is known as cocoa powder in the country. ... Read More

  • Tea in Iran India and Kenya and package products domestically. Consumer attitudes towards tea changed significantly. Many households switched to branded packaged tea in line with increased availability of different brands on store shelves. Tea bags, once ... Read More

  • Consumer and Market Insights: Hot Drinks in the UAE

    ...Hot Coffee has the highest On-trade and Off-trade volume consumption and also is forecast to register fastest growth during 2015-2020. Hypermarkets & Supermarkets is the leading distribution channel in the UAE Hot Drinks market. Nescafe ... Read More

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