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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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Other Hot Drinks in France

The majority of other hot drinks sold continued to be for consumption at home in 2014. On-trade sales represented a 5% share of total volume sales in 2014. These products are commonly available on French breakfast tables, but there are limited ...

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Hot Drinks in France

In 2014 off-trade volume sales of hot drinks registered a slight decline. Manufacturers continued to have difficulties maintaining stable volume sales. The market suffered from the concentration of the population in cities. The ageing population and ...

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Tea in France

Tea continued its premiumisation in 2014. In supermarkets and hypermarkets, manufacturers continued to launch attractive packaging and sophisticated flavours in pyramid bags. There were also some brands offering boxes with several varieties of their ...

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Coffee in Cameroon

Street coffee vendors are now a common feature of the morning rush in Yaoundé and Douala. A cup of black or white coffee retails at around CFAF150. Many passers-by frequently stop to purchase a coffee on the go. This has had a huge positive impact on...

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Other Hot Drinks in Cameroon

Other hot drinks form a major part of children’s breakfasts in Cameroon and are considered by many parents as an essential product. As a positive response to advertising campaigns capitalising on the energy and vitamin content of these beverages and ...

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Hot Drinks in Cameroon

Hot drinks grew again in 2014, due to the search for convenience, changing consumption patterns and tastes and rising incomes served to explain why Cameroonians drank more coffee and tea in 2014.

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Tea in Cameroon

The middle classes in Cameroon are becoming more used to consuming tea. However, by 2014, flavoured tea, including fruit/herbal tea, had become available in most outlets. There are also tea advertisements on the local television network. On foreign ...

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Coffee in France

Total volume sales of coffee decreased by 1% in 2014. This was a worse performance compared with the CAGR in the review period. On-trade, volume sales saw a slower decline than in the review period, but the same did not happen for off-trade sales. ...

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Other Hot Drinks in South Korea

In South Korea, chocolate-based flavoured powder drinks accounted for most sales of other hot drinks, with an 83% of sales in other hot drinks in off-trade value terms in 2014. Primary consumers of other hot drinks are children, and some young ...

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Hot Drinks in South Korea

Hot drinks in South Korea registered a moderate growth of 4% in both off-trade volume and current value sales in 2014, driven by the strong performance of coffee and other hot drinks. However, tea continued to record negative growth in off-trade ...

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Tea in South Korea

Tea in South Korea continued to record negative growth over the review period, both in off-trade volume and value terms. Green tea continued to decline in popularity in 2014, but herbal/fruit tea, instant tea and other tea recorded sound growth in ...

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Coffee in South Korea

Coffee in South Korea recorded 5% growth in off-trade value in 2014. The growth slowed down over the review period, mainly affected by a slowdown of instant coffee which accounted for 98% of total volume sales of coffee in 2014.

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Coffee in Morocco

Although menthe tea is still the most popular hot drink in Morocco, coffee has gained popularity during the latter years of the review period. The large expansion of small independent cafés, along with the increasing popularity of going out among ...

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Other Hot Drinks in Morocco

In 2014, other hot drinks recorded off-trade growth of 1% in volume and 4% in value. This category growth in sales was mostly generated through consumption by children, more tempted by chocolate-based flavoured powder drinks following the large ...

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Hot Drinks in Morocco

Hot drinks in Morocco maintains a dynamic performance in 2014 and continues to generate high retail volume and value sales in the off-trade mainly as many people are shifting from unpackaged tea and coffee towards packaged. Moreover, the large ...

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Tea in Morocco

Tea is still the most popular and consumed hot drink throughout the day by Moroccan households. This is mainly due to the fact that tea is a part of Moroccan culture as it is always served as a way to welcome guests. Tea is also consumed during ...

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Other Hot Drinks in Kenya

Growth in this category was attributed to increased marketing activities among manufacturers during the year. In addition, higher disposable income among consumers and a growing health perception of various hot drink brands which are believed to help...

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Hot Drinks in Kenya

Whilst sales of hot drinks continued to increase in both value and volume terms in 2014, the growth was slower than it was the previous year. The increased adoption of western culture amongst working professionals, as well as increased urbanisation ...

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Tea in Kenya

Tea consumption in Kenya continued to grow steadily in 2014, largely due to continued marketing campaigns by KETEPA and Sasini Tea of their flagship brands, Fahari ya Kenya and Sasini tea, positioning them as products that are suitable for the whole ...

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Coffee in Kenya

There is a growing increase in the local consumption of coffee, especially among young working professionals. Coffee in Kenya has positioned itself as a premium product, with a growth in coffee shops in many urban centres and upper-income ...

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Coffee in Algeria

Coffee grew by 6% in terms of value during 2014. Both on-trade and off-trade sales grew by 2% in terms of volume in the same year.

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Other Hot Drinks in Algeria

Other hot drinks increased by 11% in current value terms, while total volume grew by 5% in 2014. Off-trade volume grew by 5% while on-trade volume increased by 6%. The 2014 current value growth rate was slightly higher than the CAGR seen during the ...

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Hot Drinks in Algeria

The progressive development of a modern retailing system, together with flourishing consumer foodservice, sustained growth within hot drinks in 2014. This was done by increasing availability and affordability after a few years of decline due to ...

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Tea in Algeria

Tea in Algeria experienced growth of 10% in terms of current value and 5% in terms of volume in 2014. The current value growth rate experienced a minimal decrease of two percentage points when compared to the CAGR for the review period, while the ...

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Other Hot Drinks in Peru

During 2014 Peru focused on following the health trend established in the country. Consumers are concerned about health and are searching for products that offer value added, especially health-related benefits. The health trend has also become ...

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Hot Drinks in Peru

During 2014 the growth of the category was driven by healthier products such as slimming tea, green tea and herbal tea. Other categories saw more moderate performances, although most registered growth compared with the previous year. The rust plague ...

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Tea in Peru

A health trend was present in the category at the end of the review period. Products considered healthier or health-related grew rapidly, such as slimming, herbal and green teas. Tea is a category that is in general perceived as healthy, and this ...

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Coffee in Peru

During 2014 the on-trade channel continued to drive growth in the category. On-trade consumption continued to grow in 2014, promoted by the continued expansion of on-trade outlets in the country and the growth of the economy, which allowed consumers ...

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Other Hot Drinks in Argentina

Argentina’s price controls were imposed by former President Nestor Kirchner in 2008 and were kept in place by President Cristina Fernandez to contain surging inflation spurred by rising consumer demand amid a six-year economic expansion. During 2014,...

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Hot Drinks in Argentina

Argentina’s official statistics institute, Indec, recently announced that the country’s economy officially entered recession, shrinking by 0.8% in the first quarter of 2014 after a 0.5% contraction in the final quarter of 2013. The economy’s ...

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Tea in Argentina

Tea remains an undynamic area in comparison to soft drinks and coffee. Tea volume sales fell by 1% in 2014 due to stronger competition from value priced other hot drinks, particularly yerba mate, which the federal government has subsidised and ...

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Coffee in Argentina

Consumers are becoming more interested in gourmet products as they are exposed to a growing number of coffee drinks through on-trade specialist chains that are expanding rapidly. As a means of controlling their spending, consumers are turning to ...

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Other Hot Drinks in the US

Other hot drinks in the US continued to slide in terms of total volume in 2014, largely in line with the historic period. Other hot drinks in the US comprises chocolate-based flavoured powder drinks and malt-based hot drinks. These flavoured powdered...

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Hot Drinks in the US

Hot drinks continued to grow robustly in 2014, as consumer interest in the category continues to grow. Some of this can be attributed to a rebounding economy with many Americans returning to work, resulting in an increased desire for a morning cup of...

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Tea in the US

The tea market continues to move heavily toward premiumisation, as tea drinkers become more focused on quality and bold flavours. Many tea drinkers, especially younger ones, are embracing more expensive tea brands, like Teavana, that have unique ...

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Coffee in the US

Pods remained the major growth driver in the US coffee market in 2014, as the convenient coffee category continues to captivate consumers. Fresh ground coffee pods have seen colossal growth from the popularity of the Keurig brewing machine. The vast ...

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Other Hot Drinks in Bolivia

Foodservice outlets are moving towards the offer of a larger variety of other hot drinks. This boosted the sales performance in 2014. The most widely available types in the off- and on-trade channels are chocolate-based flavoured powder drinks and ...

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Hot Drinks in Bolivia

Despite a decline in the production of coffee and tea in Bolivia over 2013-2014, hot drinks was able to sustain retail volume and value sales growth in 2014, thanks to the increasing availability of imported brands. Coffee and tea production faced ...

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Tea in Bolivia

Green tea continued to be favoured by female consumers and the health and wellness trend in Bolivia. This encouraged most companies to launch their own version of green tea, which are strongly supported through distribution and positioning in modern ...

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Coffee in Bolivia

During 2013 coffee production continued to decline due to crop substitution and climatic effects. Farmers continued to substitute coffee crops with coca crops. Moreover, climatic events during the year caused the loss of crops. In 2014, production, ...

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Coffee in Israel

The ongoing decline being recorded in the average price of the coffee served in specialty coffee shops in Israel continued to have a negative influence on demand for coffee through retail channels towards the end of the review period. With specialist...

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Other Hot Drinks in Israel

Israel’s leading grocery retail chains such as Shufersal and Mega launched private label chocolate-based flavoured powder drinks during 2013 and during 2014 this product became quite popular, posing stronger competition to the leading domestic brands...

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Hot Drinks in Israel

The health and wellness trend continued to have a positive effect on sales of hot drinks over the review period. Positive growth peaked in 2014 thanks to the strong focus on the health and wellness benefits of hot drinks in marketing campaigns and ...

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Tea in Israel

With the rise of health and wellness trend in Israel, tea is increasingly being promoted as a great alternative to coffee and other caffeinated beverages. Healthier forms of tea such as tea sweetened with stevia and with added EGCG, which helps the ...

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Other Hot Drinks in South Africa

Other plant-based hot drinks refer to chicory-based drinks, which compete directly with coffee in South Africa. Chicory-based drinks are more affordable than coffee, and appeal to the lower LSM groups. However, with price increases and economic ...

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Hot Drinks in South Africa

Hot drinks as a whole have been experiencing a drop in volume sales during the review period. This is due to the market being extremely weather dependent, as well as decreased disposable income amongst South Africans. Unit prices continue to rise due...

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Tea in South Africa

Cash-strapped consumers seek value for money when purchasing within the tea category in 2014. Black tea is the cheapest type of tea and yet it is experiencing volume declines as consumers curb their consumption and re-use their tea bags. As a result,...

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Coffee in South Africa

With the growing coffee culture in South Africa, consumers seek that high “coffee shop quality” coffee in the comfort of their own home. The trend towards coffee pods such as Nestlé’s Nespresso and newly launched Nescafé Dolce Gusto is still niche ...

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Hot Drinks in Brazil

The coffee break is one of the strongest parts of social culture in Brazil and, since the launch of Nespresso coffee machines and pods at affordable prices, the coffee category has experienced a revolution. It is receiving greater attention from both...

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Tea in Brazil

Although Brazilians are not used to drinking tea on a regular basis, there is a general perception that this type of drink is light, healthy and could quench thirst, especially when served cold, factors that are slowly changing consumer habits when ...

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