Region: Caribbean
Category: Food & Beverage

Caribbean Food & Beverage

(211 reports matching your criteria)
  • Cuba Beverages Consumption Trends and Forecasts Tracker, Q2 2021 (Dairy and Soy Drinks, Alcoholic Drinks, Soft Drinks and Hot Drinks)

    ... and alcoholic drinks is an essential tool for keeping up-to-date with the latest industry performance and developments on a quarterly basis, covering - Top line consumption volumes for Q2-2021 vs Q2-2020, moving annual totals (MAT), ... Read More

  • Dominican Republic Beverages Consumption Trends and Forecasts Tracker, Q2 2021 (Dairy and Soy Drinks, Alcoholic Drinks, Soft Drinks and Hot Drinks)

    ... hot drinks and alcoholic drinks is an essential tool for keeping up-to-date with the latest industry performance and developments on a quarterly basis, covering - Top line consumption volumes for Q2-2021 vs Q2-2020, moving annual ... Read More

  • Puerto Rico Beverages Consumption Trends and Forecasts Tracker, Q2 2021 (Dairy and Soy Drinks, Alcoholic Drinks, Soft Drinks and Hot Drinks)

    ... hot drinks and alcoholic drinks is an essential tool for keeping up-to-date with the latest industry performance and developments on a quarterly basis, covering - Top line consumption volumes for Q2-2021 vs Q2-2020, moving annual ... Read More

  • Beer in Dominican Republic

    ... sales, so beer was positioned better to adapt to at-home consumption in 2020. However, the growth in off-trade sales was not able to make up for the declining on-trade volume sales, resulting in declining total ... Read More

  • Cider/Perry in Dominican Republic

    ... venues in the country. Furthermore, since cider/perry is very seasonal and used for celebrating in the Dominican Republic, it was negatively affected by restrictions pertaining to social gatherings. The restrictions during the Christmas holidays especially ... Read More

  • Rtds in Dominican Republic

    ... such as going to the beach. Younger consumers of legal drinking age would often buy spirit-based RTDs when socialising with friends. However, in 2020, much of these occasions were lost due to government measures implemented ... Read More

  • Spirits in Dominican Republic

    ... affected by government measures that closed non-essential businesses and borders. Typically, international tourists account for a high share of sales of spirits, but they were initially no longer able to visit the country and did ... Read More

  • Wine in Dominican Republic

    ... 2020, as a result of measures implemented to curb the spread of COVID-19. For instance, the closure of non-essential outlets, which included restaurants, bars and nightclubs, and the implementation of a curfew immediately led to ... Read More

  • Alcoholic Drinks in Dominican Republic

    ... enough to compensate for the loss in on-trade, resulting in a total volume decline in 2020. Higher priced alcoholic drinks that were typically consumed at restaurants and bars pre-pandemic were especially hurt by the restrictions ... Read More

  • Retailing in Dominican Republic

    ... be fully developed. Although e-commerce and mobile e-commerce are both set to see strong growth, the closure of non-essential retail outlets at the beginning of the lockdown, and the subsequent mixture of restrictions and controls ... Read More

  • Traditional Grocery Retailers in Dominican Republic

    ... in 2020. Foodservice outlets including cafés, bars and restaurants were closed for all business except takeaway and home delivery in mid-March, and as a result consumers have been eating all of their meals at home, ... Read More

  • Modern Grocery Retailers in Dominican Republic

    ... reasons for this. The shuttering of foodservice and on-trade outlets in response to the pandemic at the beginning of the year is a key factor, as consumers were compelled to eat most of their meals ... Read More

  • Soft Drinks in Dominican Republic

    ... has been a result of the government’s closure of hotels and restaurants, coffee shops and specialist coffee stores at the beginning of the pandemic. This has slashed on-trade sales of soft drinks, and although the ... Read More

  • Bottled Water in Dominican Republic

    ... Republic shuttered foodservice outlets including cafés, bars and restaurants for all business except takeaway and home delivery, and although the government began to ease lockdown in June, outlets still remain closed to dine-in consumers in ... Read More

  • RTD Tea in Dominican Republic

    ... in the off-trade that characterised many other soft drinks. There is no on-trade availability of these products, and as a result, off-trade sales did not benefit from a lack of availability in foodservice and consumers ... Read More

  • RTD Coffee in Dominican Republic

    ... particularly in unknown product areas. Euromonitor International's 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 ... Read More

  • Juice in Dominican Republic

    ... the course of 2020, as foodservice outlets including cafés, bars and restaurants were closed for all business except takeaway and home delivery in mid-March. Although the government began to ease some elements of lockdown in ... Read More

  • Energy Drinks in Dominican Republic

    ... been hit very hard, after foodservice outlets including cafés, bars and restaurants were closed for all business except takeaway and home delivery in mid-March. However, volume sales of energy drinks through these channels are a ... Read More

  • Concentrates in Dominican Republic

    ... saw a small gain in growth in 2020 as a result of the impact of the virus. The closure of schools and non-essential businesses, and a rise in consumers working from home where possible meant ... Read More

  • Carbonates in Dominican Republic

    ... in the country. On-trade outlets including cafés, bars and restaurants were closed for all business except takeaway and home delivery in mid-March, and although the government began to ease some elements of lockdown in June, ... Read More

  • Sports Drinks in Dominican Republic

    ... other categories, there are no visible on-trade sales of these products, and the decline was therefore not a result of the closure of most of the foodservice sector that has affected so much of soft ... Read More

  • Coffee in Dominican Republic

    ... there is a longstanding café culture in the country that revolves around the consumption of coffee. The impact of the virus has therefore been catastrophic. Foodservice outlets including cafés, bars and restaurants were closed for ... Read More

  • Tea in Dominican Republic

    ... mid-March has almost halved volume sales into the channel in 2020, in actual volume terms this had a far smaller impact on hot drinks overall. Historically, foodservice consumption of tea is markedly less important than ... Read More

  • Other Hot Drinks in Dominican Republic

    ... the shuttering of the foodservice sector in the first half of the year, and the cautious reopening of businesses has not helped rebuild sales. However, foodservice generates an extremely low share of total other hot ... Read More

  • Hot Drinks in Dominican Republic

    ... sales of hot drinks in different ways. The most drastic of these has been the closure of hotels and restaurants, coffee shops and specialist coffee stores at the beginning of the virus. The country is ... Read More

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