Region: Africa
Category: General Beverages

Africa General Beverages

(147 reports matching your criteria)
  • Botswana Food & Drink Q1 2021

    ... non-alcoholic drinks forecasts. Alcoholic drinks sector will post the highest growth in 2021 asconsumer spending picks up following negative growth in 2020 due to Covid-19 alcohol ban. Over our medium-term outlook(2021-2024), we forecast stable and ... Read More

  • Algeria Food & Drink Q1 2021

    ... drinks and alcoholic drinks is expected to show stronger growth. Over the mediumterm (2021-2024), we forecast food and drinks spending growth to remain relatively buoyant, supported by positive economicgrowth, increasing disposable incomes and favourable demographics. Read More

  • Kenya Food & Drink Q1 2021

    ... after the stronger growth rates witnessed in 2020. Through to 2024 the prognosis forthe food and drink sector in the country remains bright given favourable economic and demographic factors combined with trendstowards convenience and premiumisation. Read More

  • Tunisia Food & Drink Q1 2021

    ... the coronavirus infection rates start to increase once more. This is likely to result in acontinued focus on spending on food and non-alcoholic drink items. Spending in both categories is forecast to slow somewhatduring 2021 ... Read More

  • Namibia Food & Drink Q1 2021

    ... patterns in 2020 amid high levels of uncertaintyduring the Covid-19 pandemic. Alcoholic drinks consumption growth is projected to accelerate in 2021, as restrictions on thehospitality sector ease and Namibians start to make more on-site alcoholic ... Read More

  • Nigeria Food & Drink Q1 2021

    ... of consumer's reacting to the Covid-19 pandemic. growth in alcoholic drinks spending willperform well, as consumer spending patterns normalise post-Covid-19. However, we note that several demand-side risks willcontinue to put pressure on non-essential spending over ... Read More

  • Uganda Food & Drink Q1 2021

    ... in 2020 as consumers shifted their purchasing patterns amid high levels ofuncertainty amid the Covid-19 pandemic. We forecast non-alcoholic drinks spending growth to accelerate, driven by the strongdemand for fruit and vegetable juices and carbonated ... Read More

  • Cameroon Food & Drink Q1 2021

    ... in 2020 as consumers shifted their purchasing patterns amid high levels ofuncertainty amid the Covid-19 pandemic. We forecast non-alcoholic drinks spending growth to accelerate, driven by the strongdemand for fruit and vegetable juices and carbonated ... Read More

  • Cote d'Ivoire Food & Drink Q1 2021

    ... priority purchases. Alcoholic drinks spending and consumption is projectedto accelerate in 2021 as restrictions on alcoholic drinks trade are lifted. Our medium-term (2021-2024) outlook for food and drinksspending growth is positive, supported by Cote d'Ivoire's ... Read More

  • Morocco Food & Drink Q1 2021

    ... consumers shifted their purchasing patterns amid high levels of uncertainty amid the Covid-19pandemic. We forecast positive non-alcoholic drinks spending growth, driven by the growing demand for fruit and vegetable juicesand a strong culture of hot ... Read More

  • Gabon Food & Drink 2021

    ... consumers reacting to the Covid-19 pandemic by prioritising the purchasing offood and drink essentials. The alcoholic drinks spending will perform well, as consumer spending patterns normalise post-Covid-19.However, we note that several demand-side risks will continue ... Read More

  • Zambia Food & Drink Q4 2020

    ... towards essentials. Alcoholic drinks spending andconsumption will be negatively impacted due to restrictions on alcoholic drinks trade in 2020 and consumers increasing their focuson priority purchases. Over the medium term (2020-2024), we have a positive ... Read More

  • Tanzania Food & Drink Q4 2020

    ... category, the food and non-alcoholic drinks sector ispositioned well, with households continuing to re-prioritise their spending towards essential items over the short-to-mediumterm. Both alcoholic drinks spending and consumption will be depressed in the short term, ... Read More

  • Ghana Food & Drink Q4 2020

    ... expected to avoid a recession, GDP growth has slowed to its lowestrate in years and this will impact on consumer spending power, increasing the focus on basic staples which already make up thebulk of food ... Read More

  • Cider/Perry in South Africa

    ... ciders being produced by small players, 2019 saw strong focus on creating products with the capacity to pivot into established brands. The healthy living trend also created a new landscape for manufacturers. Smaller breweries with ... Read More

  • Ethiopia Food & Drink Q4 2020

    ... of food establishments, entertainment centresand schools, consumers will prioritise spending on essential goods. Over the medium term, easing inflation will support consumerpurchasing powers, giving way to more spending on food and drink, but low incomes ... Read More

  • South Africa Food & Drink Q4 2020

    ... grocery products.Alcoholic drinks consumption and spending is projected to contract in 2020 due to restrictions on alcoholic drinks trade anduncertainty with regard to employment and wage prospects. Our medium-term (2020-2024) outlook for the food and ... Read More

  • Egypt Food & Drink Q4 2020

    ... reality of Covid-19 continues to feed through toconsumers, we expect the prioritisation of food and non-alcoholic drinks purchases to remain in place. Alcoholic drinks spending inthe country will be more reliant on the recovery of ... Read More

  • Angola Food & Drink Q4 2020

    ... willface significant headwinds in 2020 due to restrictions on alcoholic drinks trade and low employment and wage prospects. Ourmedium-term (2020-2024) outlook for food and drinks spending growth in Angola is positive and we expect alcoholic ... Read More

  • Mozambique Food & Drink Q4 2020

    ... the food and non-alcoholic drinks sector in Mozambique is positioned well. As the economicreality of Covid-19 continues to feed through to consumers, we expect the prioritisation of food and non-alcoholic drinks purchasesto remain in place. Read More

  • Algeria Beverages Tracker - Q2 2020

    ... performance and developments on a quarterly basis, covering - Top line consumption volumes for Q2-2020 vs Q2-2019, moving annual totals (MAT), full year 2019 provisional data and 2020 forecasts for all beverage categories. Carbonates consumption ... Read More

  • Egypt Beverages Tracker - Q2 2020

    ... performance and developments on a quarterly basis, covering - Top line consumption volumes for Q2-2020 vs Q2-2019, moving annual totals (MAT), full year 2019 provisional data and 2020 forecasts for all beverage categories. Carbonates consumption ... Read More

  • Morocco Beverages Tracker - Q2 2020

    ... performance and developments on a quarterly basis, covering - Top line consumption volumes for Q2-2020 vs Q2-2019, moving annual totals (MAT), full year 2019 provisional data and 2020 forecasts for all beverage categories. Carbonates consumption ... Read More

  • Nigeria Beverages Tracker - Q2 2020

    ... performance and developments on a quarterly basis, covering - Top line consumption volumes for Q2-2020 vs Q2-2019, moving annual totals (MAT), full year 2019 provisional data and 2020 forecasts for all beverage categories. Carbonates consumption ... Read More

  • Tunisia Beverages Tracker - Q2 2020

    ... performance and developments on a quarterly basis, covering - Top line consumption volumes for Q2-2020 vs Q2-2019, moving annual totals (MAT), full year 2019 provisional data and 2020 forecasts for all beverage categories. Carbonates consumption ... Read More

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