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...concept. You need to keep in mind that energy drinks comprise a unique devil-may-care category in the world of soft drinks (See Euromonitor International comment piece 22nd February 2008) and, as such...
Wednesday, 16 April 2008

32. NPD Watch: US Energy Drinks, Playboy rolls into town
(Research Findings/Soft Drinks)
...on litres in 2007, up 27.9% over 2006 and a colossal 424% over 2002 (39.3% CAGR). Crucially, this is a premium soft drinks category that is driven by strong on-trade activity. Total rsp value in the U...
Friday, 29 February 2008

33. Big Cola maker takes on beer giants
(Research Findings/Alcoholic Drinks)
... its expansion into beer, the Andean company is employing a strategy similar to the one used to break into the soft drinks market: selling beverages in big volume bottles at lower prices than the majo...
Monday, 18 February 2008

34. The new price of shopper loyalty
(Research Findings/Retail: General)
... they will actually buy", Rubinson said. "Nowhere is this pattern more pronounced than in carbonated soft drinks where 75 percent of System Beaters maintain they have a favourite brand that ...
Wednesday, 23 May 2007

35. Red Bull plans Asian expansion
(Research Findings/Soft Drinks)
...mes, which will benefit sales of highly valued consumer products. Along with total increases in consumption of soft drinks, China, India and Indonesia will continue to see high sales growth of energy ...
Wednesday, 16 May 2007

..."The New Europe", a report out this month from Euromonitor International. Sales of packaged food and soft drinks in the New Europe* (a term covering the 8 Eastern European countries which ac...
Sunday, 18 March 2007

37. Turning tide - Water to overtake carbonates in 2006
(Research Findings/Soft Drinks) in 2006, by Euromonitor International Bottled water looks set to pass carbonates as the world's biggest soft drinks sector this year thanks to growing health awareness. Growing consumer thirst ...
Monday, 04 December 2006

38. Enviga The Energy Drink With A Female Touch
(Research Findings/Soft Drinks)
...tention grabber for the female market. Other manufacturers will soon follow suit Other leading players in the soft drinks industry will soon want to tap into this budding market. PepsiCo recently ann...
Thursday, 16 November 2006

...s exploitive and harmful to the nation's youth evidenced by US children consuming record amounts of sugar, soft drinks, fast foods, and snack foods. As a result of a growing complaints against foo...
Thursday, 16 November 2006

40. Satiety The Latest Craze Or A Passing Phase?
(Research Findings/Pharmaceutical)
...iety products are snack bars and sweet and savoury snacks, yet Euromonitor International predicts high satiety soft drinks hold the key for male consumers . “Jelly drinks”, which are soft ...
Monday, 23 October 2006

41. Francis Eames appointed as TNS Group Marketing Director
(Market Research News/Company News and Announcements July-December 2006)
...Singapore, and for Unilever conducting the first global marketing analysis of the Iced Tea category for Lipton Soft Drinks, following the launch of the category. David Lowden, TNS Chief Executive, sai...
Tuesday, 10 October 2006

42. Health and wellness drives the future of soft drinks
(Research Findings/Soft Drinks)
Rising consumer interest in health-related issues is the single most important trend driving soft drinks sales, according to market analyst, Euromonitor International. Health and wellness drives the
Wednesday, 06 September 2006

43. Scoring shelf space with FIFA and footballs
(Research Findings/Sport/Leisure/Arts)
...p of tea. Private label - out in the first round? Euromonitor International expects products, such as snacks, soft drinks and beer to witness an increase in demand around the World Cup games. As such...
Wednesday, 14 June 2006

44. TNS Reveals Sandwich Market Is Worth ?2.8 Billion
(Research Findings/Food and Drink) research combined with traditional techniques to gain precise measurements of the snacking market including soft drinks, sandwiches & savouries, confectionery, snacks & nuts, and crisps. By...
Tuesday, 25 April 2006

45. Beer declines in Denmark
(Research Findings/Alcoholic Drinks) cheaper beer from Germany. Currently, the price of some beer is so low that it is now often cheaper than soft drinks. These price-cutting measures have had minimal impact on the market, however,...
Tuesday, 11 April 2006

46. Diet carbonates suffer from cancer fears
(Research Findings/Soft Drinks)
Healthy living trends have been hard on carbonated soft drinks and now revelations of a cancer risk could see sales go flat, according to global market analyst, Euromonitor International. Diet carbon
Wednesday, 29 March 2006

47. Tea booms in Portugal
(Research Findings/Soft Drinks)
Ready-to-drink (RTD) tea is one of the most dynamic sectors in the Portuguese soft drinks market, thanks to consistently hot summer weather, an increasingly health consciousness population and the dev
Wednesday, 29 March 2006

48. Britons Begin to Listen to Healthy Eating Message
(Research Findings/Nutrition) to increasingly health conscious consumers. Adaptation is vital in this rapidly shifting market. Crisps and soft drinks, among the top selling grocery categories, are also seeing significant change...
Sunday, 06 November 2005

49. FABs Boom in Russia
(Research Findings/FMCG)
...odka-based FAB. Stolichnaya brand owner Soyuzplodimport also launched the Stolichnaya Ice FAB, using the local soft drinks bottler Ost-Aqua's capacities. Outlook Between 2004 and 2009, Euromonit...
Sunday, 09 October 2005

50. Walkers Crisps is Britain's Biggest Brand
(Research Findings/Food and Drink)
...cent year-on-year growth in sales to take the number five slot from Heinz. The number one category remains as soft drinks, worth close to ?2.2 billion this year, with strong growth being driven by so...
Wednesday, 24 August 2005

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