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Market Research on Hot Drinks

Euromonitor International publishes the world's most comprehensive market research on the hot drinks industry. We provide data and analysis on everything from total market sizes, market shares and industry trends to specific sub-category level information, including:

Related to this market: soft drinks and dairy drinks, health and wellness, nutrition, ingredients, institutional channels, retailing, luxury goods, packaged food, personal care and kitchen appliances.

In addition we can provide in-depth data and statistics on: consumer lifestyles, income and expenditure, population, cities, households, the digital consumer, economy, finance and trade.

As well as; business dynamics and commercial industrial supply chains.

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Company Profile

Lavazza, Spa Luigi in Hot Drinks

Lavazza is a privately held Italian coffee company in the midst of a major period of expansion and diversification. This report looks at the company’s overall performance, its major brands and its operations in major geographies. Of special ...

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Country Report

Coffee in Uruguay

After the explosive growth seen in fresh ground coffee pods in 2013, the category saw some settling at the end of the review period, as companies sought to offer new options in response to consumer demands. 2015 off-trade volume growth for fresh ...

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Country Report

Other Hot Drinks in Uruguay

Within "other" hot drinks, "other" plant-based hot drinks dominates with more than 94% of total off-trade volume sales in 2015. This is due to the dominance of yerba maté, with the overall performance of "other" hot drinks thus continuing to be ...

May 2016 | US$990 | Pages: 19 | Add to cart | View details

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Hot Drinks in Uruguay

Three consecutive years of strong increases in the price of yerba maté resulted in prices more than doubling over 2011-2014. However, 2015 saw a return to steadier pricing with only a moderate price hike. Good economic conditions in the country ...

May 2016 | US$2,100 | Pages: 35 | Add to cart | View details

Country Report

Tea in Uruguay

Over the review period, off-trade volume sales of black tea fluctuated dramatically, with sharp decline at the start of the review period being followed by a return to growth from 2013. However, for the third consecutive year in 2015, black tea saw ...

May 2016 | US$990 | Pages: 21 | Add to cart | View details

Company Profile

The Strauss Group Ltd in Hot Drinks

This report covers the global hot drinks portfolio of the Strauss Group Ltd, which consists almost entirely of coffee. It analyses Strauss’s financial performance, its coffee sales in the key markets of Israel and Eastern Europe, its joint holdings ...

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Country Report

Coffee in Egypt

Hot drinks in Egypt remains dominated by tea and coffee, with coffee machines now also widely used in many workplaces, universities and houses, which is mostly driven by strong marketing support from Nestlé’s Nescafé brand. Nescafé is the most ...

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Country Report

Other Hot Drinks in Egypt

The demand for other hot drinks increased in 2015, driven by chocolate-based flavoured powder drinks.

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Country Report

Hot Drinks in Egypt

Egypt had better economic conditions in 2015, was more stable politically, and security also increased, which helped the on-trade channel to achieve volume growth, with many consumers in Egypt returning to drinking hot drinks in cafés and ...

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Tea in Egypt

Egyptians are heavy consumers of tea. However, young people prefer to drink coffee or other hot drinks rather than tea. This has driven producers in Egypt to introduce tea with different flavours such as fruit/herbal tea and varieties of tea that ...

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Global Briefing

Corporate Strategies for Success – Industry Focus or Diversification?

Traditionally, conglomerates have spread their presence across different markets to dilute risk, but now leading manufacturers are increasingly streamlining their portfolios to release resources for their core operations, but this limits the growth ...

May 2016 | US$1,325 | Pages: 45 | Add to cart | View details

Country Report

Hot Drinks in Belgium

The Belgian hot drinks market is becoming increasingly polarised between premium and economy products. Indeed consumers also switch between product types more often during the day, rather than favouring one hot drink type. Consumers watched their ...

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Country Report

Coffee in Belgium

In off-trade coffee, fresh ground coffee pods remained the most important trend in 2015. While standard fresh ground coffee declined by 4% in volume in 2015, fresh ground coffee pods recorded 10% retail volume growth.

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Country Report

Other Hot Drinks in Belgium

Chocolate-based flavoured powder drinks is by far the most important category in other hot drinks, accounting for 80% of retail volume sales in 2015. Chocolate is deeply embedded in Belgian culture, while other hot drinks, such as other plant-based ...

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Country Report

Tea in Belgium

Tea stagnated in 2015 with retail volume growth close to 0%. There were, however, important changes within the category. Consumption tended to switch away from black tea to other categories. Green tea grew by 2% in retail volume and value and ...

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Country Report

Other Hot Drinks in Ecuador

Since November 2013, the General Regulation of the Organic Communication Law has been official, with the law creating a new regulation that establishes the use of traffic light labels in packaged food and beverages. Since August 2014, these new ...

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Country Report

Hot Drinks in Ecuador

In a bid to organise and control sales of beverages, including hot drinks, the Ecuadorian government has developed several regulations in this area. For example, through COMEX (External Commerce Committee, in Spanish), the government has introduced ...

May 2016 | US$2,100 | Pages: 25 | Add to cart | View details

Country Report

Tea in Ecuador

As consumers are trying to develop healthier lifestyles in order to be more active and avoid ailments, they are trying to consume beverages that are healthier as well. This is why consumption of tea, mainly herbal and green tea, which are considered ...

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Country Report

Coffee in Ecuador

The government is eager to reduce imports and slowly change Ecuador’s main current production grid (which relies on unprocessed products like petroleum, shrimp and bananas) towards more industrialised and value-added products. This is one of the ...

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Strategy Briefing

Brexit and the Implications for the Consumer Goods Industry

As the UK heads towards its EU membership referendum, there remains much uncertainty over both the outcome and the implications of a vote to leave. In fact uncertainty is the key challenge in regard to Brexit, and this uncertainty will contribute to ...

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Country Report

Other Hot Drinks in Morocco

Within "other" hot drinks, chocolate-based flavoured powder drinks is the only significant product area. These products however benefited from a rise in the population aged 3-12-years-old in Morocco in 2015, with this representing a reversal of ...

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Country Report

Hot Drinks in Morocco

Hot drinks performed well in 2015, benefiting from growth in economic confidence and disposable income levels. Tea continues to dominate sales, due to a strong tradition for consuming Maghrebi mint tea throughout the day. Coffee is however ...

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Tea in Morocco

Maghrebi tea has a strong tradition in Morocco and is widely popular among all income and age groups. Most prepare this tea in the traditional way by boiling it before adding sugar and mint. The popularity of this tea indeed results in "other" tea ...

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Country Report

Coffee in Morocco

Despite a strong tradition for drinking mint tea in Morocco, coffee became very popular during the latter years of the review period. Growing interest in coffee was linked to widening internet access in the country, with many Moroccans increasingly ...

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Country Report

Coffee in Germany

Showing the most dynamic growth in both current value terms and total volume terms in 2015, fresh ground coffee pods remains in high demand amongst German consumers. With an increasing number of manufacturers introducing these products, consumers are...

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Other Hot Drinks in Germany

Being a saturated category, other hot drinks registered only limited current value growth in 2015, along with a slight decline in retail volume terms. This can also be attributed to the mild temperatures throughout the winter months of 2015. The ...

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Hot Drinks in Germany

Hot drinks declined slightly in total volume terms in 2015, mainly due to the decline seen in coffee, which was hampered by the solid performance of tea. Regarded as the healthy alternative to coffee, tea started to take sales away from coffee in ...

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Tea in Germany

The growth seen in tea in 2015 was partly due to an upwards correction from 2014, as the winter of 2015 was a little cooler than the previous one, which supported sales of tea. In most regions in Germany, tea is still perceived as a drink for the ...

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Coffee in Malaysia

With the gradual rise of a café culture in Malaysia, coupled with a growing Western influence on the choice of food, consumers have increased their knowledge of coffee, in terms of variety and quality. Consumers are increasingly demanding more ...

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Other Hot Drinks in Malaysia

Other hot drinks saw faster retail volume growth in 2015, compared with 2014, which reflected the higher demand for such products. This development was driven by the demand for convenience when preparing a nutritious beverage. Demand was particularly...

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Hot Drinks in Malaysia

Total volume sales grew faster in 2015, compared with 2014. Typically, hot drinks are perceived as healthier beverage choices, compared with most soft drinks. However, retail value sales saw slower growth in 2015, compared with 2014, signalling a ...

Apr 2016 | US$2,100 | Pages: 38 | Add to cart | View details

Country Report

Tea in Malaysia

In line with the growing health and wellness trend in Malaysia, more consumers are drinking tea for its health and general wellbeing benefits. The high antioxidant content boosts the health positioning of tea. In addition, most teas are perceived to ...

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Country Report

Coffee in Iran

Instant coffee, especially in sachet format, continued to drive sales in 2015. Consumer awareness of fresh coffee remained marginal, although this category did record positive growth. A key factor hampering sales of coffee is the widespread ...

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Other Hot Drinks in Iran

Other hot drinks remained a niche category in Iran, with its development being hindered by the strong popularity of tea in particular. The majority of Iranian consumers are unaware of the existence of products in this category and tend to prepare ...

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Hot Drinks in Iran

Iran has one of the lowest per capita consumption rates in most hot drinks categories compared to other Middle Eastern countries. This has resulted in extreme growth potential. The development of many new products, especially in instant coffee and ...

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Tea in Iran

Consumption of tea in Iran is estimated to be around 110,000-120,000 tonnes per year, with per capita consumption of 1.5kg in 2015. However, Euromonitor International only registered 71,365 tonnes because a considerable proportion of domestic ...

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Coffee in Australia

In 2015, Australian consumers continued to attempt to recreate the coffee experience at home, positively impacting sales of coffee, especially within the premium range, translating to higher sales of whole bean coffee and premium instant coffee. This...

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Other Hot Drinks in Australia

In 2015, other hot drinks continued to post a largely stagnant performance, with sales increasing only marginally in current terms while retail volume sales declined by 1%. Contrastingly, whilst categories such as coffee and tea continued to develop ...

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Hot Drinks in Australia

As consumer interest in and knowledge of hot drinks grows, companies are increasingly more inclined to provide products that reflect this. Products are being adapted to stand out from the mass market, targeting niche tastes and focusing on the origin...

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Tea in Australia

Australia continued with its proclivity for premium tea in 2015. With more-discerning palates and product knowledge levels increasing, consumers in Australia shifted from mainstream tea to more specialist, premium offerings. This was reflected in the...

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Coffee in the United Arab Emirates

Speciality business model cafés are increasingly regarded as “go to” destinations as opposed to traditional franchised cafés. Coffee is increasingly consumed for the experience and appreciation of the beverage, with consumers becoming more aware of ...

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Other Hot Drinks in the United Arab Emirates

Chocolate-based powdered drinks and malt-based hot drinks are marketed as a healthy addition to milk as part of the diet. Essential vitamins and minerals are clearly highlighted on the packaging which emphasised the message of these products as ...

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Hot Drinks in the United Arab Emirates

Specialist coffee and tea outlets are becoming increasingly popular in the United Arab Emirates. Consumers are now more knowledgeable about sourcing, roast, flavour and blend. Previously, commercial coffee and tea offered a limited selection, however...

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Tea in the United Arab Emirates

Tea sales benefited from increased awareness of flavours and origin among young, affluent consumers. High-end tea salons and bespoke cafés are becoming more prominent in the retail landscape. The trend is leaning towards experience and branding of ...

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Country Report

Coffee in Algeria

Unlike other Maghreb countries, Algeria has a long history of heavy coffee consumption, with 3kg consumed per capita in 2015. The country is the second largest consumer and importer of coffee in Africa after Ethiopia. Thus, coffee is a popular hot ...

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Other Hot Drinks in Algeria

Other hot drinks increased by 9% in current value terms, while total volume grew by 4% in 2015. Off-trade volume grew by 4% while on-trade volume increased by 5%. The 2015 current value growth rate was slightly below the CAGR seen during the review ...

Apr 2016 | US$990 | Pages: 14 | Add to cart | View details

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Hot Drinks in Algeria

Hot drinks in Algeria continued to grow in 2015 due to the progressive development of a modern retailing system, together with flourishing consumer foodservice. As a result, more coffee shops and tea rooms opened up in urban areas. Meanwhile, the ...

Apr 2016 | US$2,100 | Pages: 28 | Add to cart | View details

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Tea in Algeria

Drinking tea was not traditionally very popular in Algeria and was said to be a typical habit of people from the South of the country only. However, sales of tea experience increasing interest among coffee consumers who are changing their habits and ...

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Tea in New Zealand

The changing demographics of New Zealand was the biggest trend impacting tea in 2015. Traditionally, tea consumers are older or of European decent and prefer black tea. However, increasingly, younger consumers prefer fruit and herbal tea due to the ...

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Coffee in New Zealand

Health and wellness concerns, centred on excessive caffeine intake, persisted in 2015. Nonetheless, coffee remained popular among New Zealand consumers in 2015. Such is the popularity of the beverage that research by Canstar Blue indicated that ...

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