Region: Dominican Republic
Category: Food & Beverage

Dominican Republic Food & Beverage

(68 reports matching your criteria)
  • Sports Nutrition in Dominican Republic

    ... capacity across a significant portion of mid-income consumers, who were directly affected by the strong economic contraction as a result of the ongoing pandemic crisis. As a result, the need for more affordable brands increased ... Read More

  • Weight Management and Wellbeing in Dominican Republic

    ... resulting in fluctuations throughout the year. For example, weight loss products, such as slimming teas, struggled in the first quarter of the year as uncertainty and other priorities gained relevance. In fact, slimming teas are ... Read More

  • Beer in Dominican Republic

    ... growth. Sales of beer are growing faster than the economy and the population, and with tourism seeing a slight decline in 2019, this means that consumption frequency is growing. Beer represents the majority of sales ... Read More

  • Cider/Perry in Dominican Republic

    ... only at selected times of the year, such as at Christmas. However, consumers are now looking for refreshing, reduced ABV beverages at a lower price, which means the category is seeing rising consumer demand throughout ... Read More

  • Spirits in Dominican Republic

    ... slightly higher growth. Rum is the second most consumed alcoholic drink in the Dominican Republic, and also dominates total volume sales of spirits. In 2019 it saw strong on-trade and off-trade growth rates, the highest ... Read More

  • Rtds in Dominican Republic

    ... and also saw faster growth than the on-trade channel. A wide variety of RTDs is available in supermarkets and hypermarkets, and consumers like to try new flavours of these refreshing lower alcohol drinks. Pricing is ... Read More

  • Wine in Dominican Republic

    ... growth. Most sales of wine are of still light grape wine, with still red wine accounting for double the sales of still white wine in 2019, and sales of still rosé wine remaining negligible. As ... Read More

  • Alcoholic Drinks in Dominican Republic

    ... seeing its sales almost halve, the off-trade channel is expected to rise strongly. On-trade sales are expected to decline strongly due to measures implemented by the government to combat the spread of COVID-19. During a ... Read More

  • Modern Grocery Retailers in Dominican Republic

    ... Group (Grupo Ramos) launched the Aprezio brand of discount stores in 2012, which was initially not as successful as supermarkets and hypermarkets, including those owned and operated by the same player. However, towards the end ... Read More

  • Traditional Grocery Retailers in Dominican Republic

    ... than modern grocers. Traditional grocery retailers is led by independent small grocers, popularly referred to as “colmados”. Such small grocery outlets are similar to mom-and-pop stores and are ubiquitous throughout the country, often with several ... Read More

  • Retailing in Dominican Republic

    ... in traditional retail outlets, particularly independent small grocers, 2019 saw several retailers take steps to formalise their business practices and structures according to guidelines set out by FENACERD – the National Federation of Merchants and ... Read More

  • Sports Drinks in Dominican Republic

    ... 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 leading companies, the leading brands ... Read More

  • Carbonates in Dominican Republic

    ... Demands for carbonates remains high in the country, fuelled by both off-trade and on-trade consumption. Tourism is another primary driver for carbonates in the Dominican Republic. Despite a slowdown in tourism during the summer of ... Read More

  • Juice in Dominican Republic

    ... premium, healthier juice options increase. As part of a broader 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 ... Read More

  • Energy Drinks in Dominican Republic

    ... in the Dominican Republic states that energy drinks are mainly consumed by 12-25-year-olds, warning against the potential risks of the high levels of caffeine. Euromonitor International's Energy Drinks in Dominican Republic report offers a comprehensive ... Read More

  • Concentrates in Dominican Republic

    ... Republic, powder concentrates are widely available and easy for consumers to source. Due to higher price points and requirements for storage, liquid concentrates were found primarily in the modern channel, such as larger supermarkets. Powder ... Read More

  • RTD Tea in Dominican Republic

    ... the faster growth rates observed in 2019 suggests that RTD tea is primed for a further strong performance over the forecast period. Euromonitor International's RTD Tea in Dominican Republic report offers a comprehensive guide to ... Read More

  • Bottled Water in Dominican Republic

    ... is seeing an increase of Dominicans reaching for water, migrating towards a healthier drink to reduce their intake of sugar. This is helping to drive growth in smaller formats of still purified bottled water, which ... Read More

  • Soft Drinks in Dominican Republic

    ... period. Several factors contributed to this growth. Euromonitor International's Soft Drinks in Dominican Republic report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the market at a national level. It provides the latest ... Read More

  • Other Hot Drinks in Dominican Republic

    ... the Dominican Republic, with little differentiation or innovation hitting the shelves. Other hot drinks is dominated by chocolate-based flavoured powder drinks, with the culture of drinking hot chocolate being well-established in the country, especially among ... Read More

  • Hot Drinks in Dominican Republic

    ... the Dominican Republic, where consumer enjoy brewing fresh ground coffee at home, as well as reaching for instant coffee brands. As the coffee culture continues to grow across the country, a wider variety of options ... Read More

  • Tea in Dominican Republic

    ... the majority of consumers preferencing coffee. As well as coffee culture limiting potential growth for tea, unit prices of imported packaged teas are seen as relatively high by most consumers, a barrier for purchasing. Unlike ... Read More

  • Coffee in Dominican Republic

    ... in both fresh coffee beans and fresh ground coffee pods is on the rise. Euromonitor International's Coffee in Dominican Republic report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the market at a ... Read More

  • Packaged Food in Dominican Republic

    ... Central Bank’s annual target range. With the economy performing well, this helped packaged food to continue recording healthy current value growth as well as keep moving forward in volume terms. With the economic outlook generally ... Read More

  • Packaged Food in Dominican Republic

    ... Central Bank’s annual target range. With the economy performing well, this helped packaged food to continue recording healthy current value growth as well as keep moving forward in volume terms. With the economic outlook generally ... Read More

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