Region: Serbia and Montenegro
Category: General Beverages

Serbia and Montenegro General Beverages

(12 reports matching your criteria)
  • Montenegro Beverages Tracker - Q3 2020

    ... performance and developments on a quarterly basis, covering - Top line consumption volumes for Q3-2020 vs Q3-2019, moving annual totals (MAT), full year 2019 provisional data and 2020 forecasts for all beverage categories. Carbonates consumption ... Read More

  • Serbia Beverages Tracker - Q3 2020

    ... performance and developments on a quarterly basis, covering - Top line consumption volumes for Q3-2020 vs Q3-2019, moving annual totals (MAT), full year 2019 provisional data and 2020 forecasts for all beverage categories. Carbonates consumption ... Read More

  • Serbia Food & Drink Q1 2021

    ... as people continue to prioritise essential spending. We forecast food spending growth of 5.3% in2021, after estimated growth of 5.8% in 2020. We also expect a strong return to growth for alcoholic drinks in 2021, ... Read More

  • Quarterly Beverage Tracker Third Quarter 2019: Montenegro

    ... industry performance and developments on a quarterly basis, covering: Top line consumption volumes for Q3-2019 vs Q3-2018, moving annual totals (MAT), full year 2018 provisional data and 2019 forecasts for all beverage categories. Carbonates consumption ... Read More

  • Other Hot Drinks in Serbia

    ... declining disposable incomes resulting from the Serbian government’s austerity measures. However, the category began to recover in 2016 and since then growth rates have been accelerating. Euromonitor International's Other Hot Drinks in Serbia report offers ... Read More

  • Quarterly Beverage Tracker Second Quarter 2019: Montenegro

    ... industry performance and developments on a quarterly basis, covering: Top line consumption volumes for Q2-2019 vs Q2-2018, moving annual totals (MAT), full year 2018 provisional data and 2019 forecasts for all beverage categories. Carbonates consumption ... Read More

  • Quarterly Beverage Tracker First Quarter 2019: Montenegro

    ... tool for keeping up-to-date with the latest industry performance and developments on a quarterly basis, covering: Top line consumption volumes for Q1-2019 vs Q1-2018, moving annual totals (MAT), full year 2018 provisional data and 2019 ... Read More

  • Serbia Food and Drink Report Q4 2017

    ... remain one of the key trends driving consumption preferences,particularly outside urban areas. Ongoing modernisation and expansion in the mass grocery retail sectorpresents attractive opportunities for discount retailers. Latest Updates And Industry Developments Total food sales ... Read More

  • Serbia Food and Drink Report Q2 2016

    ... to approve a modest increase inwages and pensions, which will boost household spending in the coming quarters. However, currentausterity measures will continue to dampen domestic demand Latest Updates & Industry Developments The relaxation of austerity ... Read More

  • Quarterly Beverage Tracker Third Quarter 2015: Serbia; Comprehensive Quarterly Analysis of Year on Year Performance for All Commercial Beverages

    ... wage and pension cuts, GDP is still positive. High unemployment is directly linked to the much-needed expansion of foreign investments and is by far the biggest obstacle for faster recovery. Modern retail consolidation from previous ... Read More

  • Serbia Beverage Forecasts September 2015

    ... consumers moving towards packaged water and flavoured waters; fruit powders continuing to fall across many of the markets despite their lower price per litre as consumers opt for more convenient ready to drink alternatives; beer ... Read More

  • Serbia Beverage Forecasts March 2015

    ... grow throughout the forecast period Soft drinks are amongst the fastest growing categories, with juice showing the lowest growth rates Alcohol and hot beverages show similar growth but dairy presents a better performance Synopsis The ... Read More

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