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Market Research for the hot drinks industry

Euromonitor has the world’s most comprehensive research on the hot drinks industry. We monitor and analyse industry trends in Hot Drinks globally, including in-depth data on market share and market size – from the “big picture” down to specific category levels. Categories in hot drinks include:

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Tea in Uzbekistan

Tea benefits from phenomenal loyalty and traditional consumption habits among consumers in Uzbekistan. Although tea has never been grown or produced in Uzbekistan, it has historically been the main non-alcoholic beverage for Uzbek consumers. Tea is ...

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Coffee in Uzbekistan

In 2013, Uzbek consumers residing in urban areas continued to become increasingly accustomed to coffee. However, this trend was limited to the capital city, Tashkent, and core urban regions such as Samarkand, Bukhara and Fergana Valley while the ...

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Other Hot Drinks in Uzbekistan

Volume sales of other hot drinks, through both foodservice and retail, remained negligible in Uzbekistan in 2013.

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Hot Drinks in Uzbekistan

The taste and preferences of Uzbek consumers largely determined the status of hot drinks in Uzbekistan in 2013. As consumers remained rather conservative in their preferences, demand for traditional types of hot drinks remained high. However with ...

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Other Hot Drinks in Latvia

Other hot drinks in Latvia consists of other plant-based hot drinks and chocolate-based flavoured powder drinks. The health and wellness trend and economic recovery are benefiting the category. In 2013, other hot drinks products gained popularity as ...

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Hot Drinks in Latvia

Hot drinks’ recovery from the economic crisis began in 2012 and continued in 2013. Coffee remains the main driver of performance as it accounts for the majority of total volume sales. Other hot drinks was the best performer in total volume terms over...

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Tea in Latvia

Green tea is considered a healthy substitute for coffee. There is a trend of switching from tea bags to loose tea, due to quality appreciation among customers. The increasing variety of equipment and devices is having a positive impact on loose tea ...

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Coffee in Latvia

Coffee’s growth slowed in 2013 compared to the previous year but remained positive. This can explained mainly by the continuing decrease of world coffee prices in 2013, which lowered producers’ costs. However, due to high import taxes, coffee prices ...

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Coffee in Kazakhstan

Growing consumer demand for convenience and hectic lifestyles drove the development of Kazakhstan's coffee drinking culture over the review period, when dynamic retail volume and value sales growth were seen. An increasing number of Kazakhs have ...

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Other Hot Drinks in Kazakhstan

Clear trends in consumer habits and preferences were noted and these were reflected in players’ distribution and marketing activities. Consumers continued to explore a variety of tastes, like hot chocolate, which although previously known in the ...

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Hot Drinks in Kazakhstan

Hot drinks in Kazakhstan saw positive retail volume and value sales growth in 2013. Tea is a traditional drink in Kazakhstan that is consumed by up to 97% of the population. Is it widely popular both off-trade and in foodservice outlets. Tea in ...

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Tea in Kazakhstan

Tea in Kazakhstan has reached maturity and this, coupled with low population growth, makes brisk volume sales growth difficult to achieve. This was the case throughout the review period. Nonetheless, changes were seen within tea, in terms of the ...

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Tea in Poland

Over the review period, the economic downturn affected demand for tea to a lesser extent than market specialists had anticipated. Polish consumers view tea, in particular black tea, as a necessity and proved reluctant to forego it. In 2013, ...

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Coffee in Poland

Although standard fresh ground coffee saw a loss of retail volume sales share to other coffee types over the review period, it continued to dominate coffee in Poland in 2013, in accounting for a retail volume sales share of 72%. While fresh coffee ...

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Other Hot Drinks in Poland

Other hot drinks continued to record sluggish retail volume and value sales growth in 2013. Chocolate-based flavoured powder drinks and other planed-based hot drinks continued as the only active categories in other hot drinks in Poland over the ...

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Hot Drinks in Poland

Hot drinks in Portugal displayed similar trends in 2013 as those seen in 2012. In particular, the consumption of hot drinks in Poland remained quite stable, as a result of maturity and saturation. Manufacturers tried to improve their performance by ...

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Tea in Bulgaria

The desire to consume healthy hot drinks and avoid high caffeine intake underpinned the positive performance of tea in 2013. Fruit/herbal tea accounted for an 89% share of retail volume sales in 2013. Other tea types (black and green) have found it ...

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Coffee in Bulgaria

The recovery of the Bulgarian economy from the financial crisis has been slow; in 2013, real GDP grew by less than 1%. Bulgarians are heavy coffee drinkers and consumption did not suffer. However, there was a shift from on-trade to off-trade ...

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Other Hot Drinks in Bulgaria

“Other” hot drinks continued to see limited development in Bulgaria. In 2013, total volume sales grew by 1%. The smallest category held only a 3% share of total volume sales and a 2% share of retail value sales in hot drinks in 2013. The dominance of...

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Hot Drinks in Bulgaria

Total volume sales of hot drinks increase moderately in 2013, compared with soft drinks. Hot drinks showed increasing maturity, characterised by well-developed categories of coffee, tea and “other” hot drinks and the high rate of penetration of ...

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Hot Drinks in Canada

Canadian hot drinks witnessed healthy growth in 2013. The positive direction was mainly due to products such as fresh ground coffee pods, which grew significantly over the review period. The continuous expansion of this category reflected a wider ...

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Tea in Canada

Tea grew by 3% in retail value terms to reach C$518 million in 2013. Volumes of retail sales, however, experienced decline, mostly due to the drop in standard black tea sales – still the largest category in retail in actual sales terms. Aside from ...

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Coffee in Canada

The coffee category in Canada grew by 21% in retail value terms to reach $1.9 billion in 2013. Retail volume sales of coffee, however, saw a significantly slower performance, at 4%. The volume performance was due largely to the already high per ...

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Other Hot Drinks in Canada

In 2013 other hot drinks continued to post healthy growth in value terms, at 6% to reach C$108 million. Retail volume sales registered more modest growth, at 3%, indicative of higher pricing as a factor in value growth. Pricing was in large part ...

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Coffee in Slovenia

There is a long tradition of coffee drinking in Slovenia, and many consumers budget for coffee, which they drink every day. Coffee drinking is also a social activity which connects people in cafés and bars in their free time. However, the turbulent ...

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Other Hot Drinks in Slovenia

Other hot drinks in Slovenia has a relatively small sales base; therefore it often lacks attention from manufacturers. The category depends on the performance of flavoured powder drinks, which account for the great majority of sales. As the main ...

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Hot Drinks in Slovenia

As the economic crisis hits Slovenia, impacting consumer purchasing power and shopping patterns, hot drinks continued to post retail value sales growth in 2013. While the off-trade channel’s volume sales performance was in line with the review period...

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Tea in Slovenia

While tea is considered a traditional drink in Slovenia, it is perceived as a winter beverage or to be consumed when ill. However, the increasing efforts of speciality tea shops in Slovenia to introduce tea as a healthy everyday beverage are slowly ...

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Tea in Nigeria

The tea category in Nigeria continued to grow steadily in 2013. Although tea is not a traditional Nigerian drink (with most Nigerians preferring flavoured powder drinks, which they tend to refer to as ‘tea’), volume sales are growing steadily, due to...

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Coffee in Costa Rica

Manufacturers are taking advantage of their already established brands’ positioning to develop additional levels of segmentation, allowing them to reach the expanding base of upper-income buyers, while charging higher-than-average unit prices for ...

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Other Hot Drinks in Costa Rica

Other hot drinks faced deeper levels of segmentation during 2013, which was strongly reflected in new product launches, point-of-sale promotion, and image and packaging changes. Both child-/adolescent- and adult-orientated products are becoming more ...

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Hot Drinks in Costa Rica

Hot drinks registered positive current value sales growth in 2013 in spite of the country’s still recovering economy. The growth rate in coffee reflects the gradual recovery from the 2011 price shocks with more stable prices that have gradually ...

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Tea in Costa Rica

Tea culture continued to grow in popularity in the country hand in hand with the globalisation process and the opening of markets. Due to this, the off-trade channel is seeing high levels of dynamism, which is driven by a broader availability of ...

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Coffee in Venezuela

Domestic production of green coffee continues to struggle as operating costs, lack of supplies and price regulations discourage a great number of farmers to grind coffee of a higher quality (type “A”). In 2012, the coffee industry required 1.8 ...

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Other Hot Drinks in Venezuela

One particular feature of low-income Venezuelan households is the fact that mothers tend to complement or even replace their children’s food with other-plant based hot drinks, which are perceived as being nutritious due to their fortification with ...

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Hot Drinks in Venezuela

Over 2013 the performance of hot drinks continued to be affected by a complex business environment characterised by price controls, shortages in raw materials, disincentives for domestic production and increasing import barriers. Furthermore, a lack ...

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Tea in Venezuela

In Venezuela there is no culture of tea consumption, which is reflected in the low per capita consumption (0.02kg). By contrast, Venezuelans are identified as coffee consumers. Nonetheless, Venezuelans usually keep in their pantry some herbal ...

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Coffee in Ecuador

Although coffee consumption trends as a whole are slow moving, coffee has become, among urban consumers, a drinking option for any occasion, from meals to work meetings to social gatherings. This flexibility in consumption, mixed with higher ...

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Other Hot Drinks in Ecuador

Other hot drinks is also being influenced by the trend towards consuming healthier products, which is why manufacturers are focusing on the functional benefits that the products in the category have, like vitamins and minerals, either naturally or ...

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Hot Drinks in Ecuador

In 2013, volume sales grew at a similar but slightly lower rate compared to the review period CAGR. 2013 was a year for consolidating gains made in the review period, as there were not many new formats or product innovations introduced over the year....

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Tea in Ecuador

Ecuadorian interest in natural and healthy products continued to rise in 2013. This is benefitting the tea category as a whole, as tea is generally considered the healthiest hot drink. The benefit to hot drinks overall is not too large because the ...

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Coffee in Guatemala

In 2013, coffee registered strong off-trade value growth of 9% in current terms. Coffee is a staple product among Guatemalans and it is consumed on a daily basis by all economic class levels, sustaining growth for even lower-quality coffee options. ...

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Other Hot Drinks in Guatemala

Hot drinks, especially atoles (other plant-based hot drinks), are considered staple products, mainly among middle- and lower-class consumers due to their high nutritional value and low unit prices. In 2013, the category recorded off-trade value ...

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Hot Drinks in Guatemala

2013 was a strong year for hot drinks in Guatemala, with the off-trade current value growth rate stronger than the CAGR registered during the review period. Sales are mainly being driven by a growing trend towards drinking hot beverages in specialty ...

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Tea in Guatemala

In 2013, tea saw off-trade value growth of 7% in current terms and sales of GTQ36 million. Value-added tea products, such as green tea and slimming tea, are seeing strong growth, mainly because consumers trust these natural products to help them with...

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Coffee in Ireland

Total volume sales of coffee remained strong in 2013 at 3,992 tonnes, as only marginal growth was seen. Coffee is a sophisticated product that Irish consumers are drinking more of with each passing year. Coffee saw retail value sales growth of 2% in ...

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Other Hot Drinks in Ireland

Other hot drinks experienced retail value sales growth of 2% in 2013 to reach €11 million. Other plant-based hot drinks saw the most dynamic retail value sales growth while chocolate-based flavoured powder drinks again accounted for a dominant share ...

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Hot Drinks in Ireland

While there was slightly more optimism within the economy in 2013, the recession is far from over for Irish consumers. Despite many Irish consumers still struggling with their everyday finances, sales of hot drinks continued to rise over the review ...

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