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Region: Caribbean
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Caribbean Food & Beverage

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  • Sports Nutrition in Dominican Republic

    ... review period and the variety of formats available in other countries. However, at present consumers are most familiar with the sports protein powder format and, while other presentations are seen on occasion, this is in ... Read More

  • Weight Management and Wellbeing in Dominican Republic

    ... weight management and wellbeing products. While 34% of the population is classified as being overweight, 29% is classified as obese. Some supermarkets have designated “wellbeing” areas or stands in their stores where this type of ... Read More

  • Cider/Perry in Dominican Republic

    ... offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the market at a national level. It provides the latest retail sales data (2014-2018), allowing you to identify the sectors driving growth. It identifies the ... Read More

  • Alcoholic Drinks in Dominican Republic

    ... such as spirits, while wine and beer were less affected due to their lower alcohol content. The premiumisation trend was also behind the slower volume growth – with Dominicans increasingly willing to pay more for ... Read More

  • Beer in Dominican Republic

    ... period as the leading company Cervecería Nacional Dominicana has a strong distribution network and as new product developments are introduced. The strong position of CND was reinforced by the merger with AmBev in 2016 that ... Read More

  • Wine in Dominican Republic

    ... are looking to wine as their alcoholic drink of choice, for the product’s association with class and etiquette, but also for the sweet flavour of certain products, which is boosting imports of wine from California. ... Read More

  • Spirits in Dominican Republic

    ... together with international recognition for the origin denomination of Dominican rum and its highly competitive environment has created the perfect scenario for a strong category with high-quality and innovative products. While dark rum sales are ... Read More

  • Caribbean Food & Drink Q4 2019

    ... term, supported by ongoing growth in the tourism industry and furthereconomic diversification, with some notable exceptions including smaller markets such as Cuba and Trinidad and Tobago. In thosecountries where the economy is expanding, household spending ... Read More

  • Concentrates in Dominican Republic

    ... a number of distribution channels. Its initial pricing was consistent with other powder concentrates from Quala, but considerably lower than other concentrates in other formats. Euromonitor International's Concentrates in Dominican Republic report offers a comprehensive ... Read More

  • Juice in Dominican Republic

    ... health and wellness trend to reduce the amount of sugar intake in their diets, an increasing number of Dominican consumers have turned to preparing fresh juice at home with locally purchased fruits that are in ... Read More

  • RTD Tea in Dominican Republic

    ... for players given the growth potential offered in the country. Overall, RTD tea remains small within the scope of soft drinks, but the faster growth rates observed during the latter part of the review period ... Read More

  • Sports Drinks in Dominican Republic

    ... after rigorous workouts and intense athletic activity, including football practice and matches. They remain popular among young people in the Dominican Republic, including both males and females, which many consume after taking part in physical ... Read More

  • Bottled Water in Dominican Republic

    ... is part of a larger health trend in the country, along with increasing awareness of high sugar levels and rising levels of obesity and diabetes. As temperatures have continued to rise, hotter weather is also ... Read More

  • Carbonates in Dominican Republic

    ... in cola carbonates, as non-cola carbonates recorded growth during the review period. Given the diversity of products in non-cola carbonates, including a variety of flavours, maltas, among others, the category tends to be more resilient ... Read More

  • Energy Drinks in Dominican Republic

    ... no changes had been observed in terms of product availability and no restrictions were in effect for off- or on-trade purchases in 2018. In all likelihood, the proposals made by the public health authorities in ... Read More

  • RTD Coffee in Dominican Republic

    ... RTD Coffee in Dominican Republic report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the market at a national level. It provides the latest retail sales data (2014-2018), allowing you to identify the ... Read More

  • Soft Drinks in Dominican Republic

    ... becoming increasingly concerned with reducing their sugar intake, avoiding artificial ingredients or products they perceive to be less natural, and are drinking more water on a daily basis, often as a substitute for traditional sugary ... Read More

  • Other Hot Drinks in Dominican Republic

    ... country, especially among younger members of the family. For example, many children and young people often start their day with a hot chocolate drink before school. Traditionally, the consumption of other hot drinks is higher ... Read More

  • Tea in Dominican Republic

    ... seller. Sales of these teas have been growing as consumers incorporate them into their daily dietary regime. Although distribution of slimming teas remains somewhat limited within the direct selling channel, they have become important products ... Read More

  • Coffee in Dominican Republic

    ... Industrias Banilejas has featured a whole bean offering in its premium line Indubán Gourmet and introduced a standard whole bean offering in its signature Café Santo Domingo line of coffee. More recently, the company introduced ... Read More

  • Hot Drinks in Dominican Republic

    ... category in the Dominican Republic and companies are beginning to innovate to stimulate retail sales. Additional gourmet offerings are starting to emerge as consumers embrace premiumisation and are willing to try new tastes and preparation ... Read More

  • Modern Grocery Retailers in Dominican Republic

    ... by a single brand, Aprezio, launched by the leading retailer Ramos Business Group (Grupo Ramos) in 2012, although initially not as successful as supermarkets and hypermarkets, including those owned and operated by the same player. ... Read More

  • Traditional Grocery Retailers in Dominican Republic

    ... colmados. These small grocery outlets are similar to mom n’ pop stores and are ubiquitous throughout the country, with several outlets often lining a single city block. Major supermarkets still do not exist in some ... Read More

  • Retailing in Dominican Republic

    ... over the review period. The Dominican Republic achieved the strongest rates of real GDP growth in the region in recent years, which increased levels of disposable income for large numbers of consumers in the country. ... Read More

  • Packaged Food in Dominican Republic

    ... region. In 2018, the economy is on course to grow by close to 5%, with inflation remaining below the Central Bank’s annual target range of 3-5%. However, as the economy continues to slow, consumer discretionary ... Read More

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