Coffee

Market research on the hot drinks industry. Our reports feature a wealth of standardised and cross-comparable statistics including total market sizes, market share and share data, distribution and industry trends.

Global Company Profile

Lavazza SpA, Luigi in Coffee

Apr 2021

Lavazza is the third biggest coffee company in the world. It actively pushes its organic growth by leveraging higher value coffee trends such as organic, sustainability, premium and specialty coffee. Additionally, it has engaged in an international…

USD 570
Global Company Profile

JDE Peet’s BV in Hot Drinks

Mar 2021

JDE Peet’s is the second largest hot drinks company in the world with a strong presence in the coffee market, but latest investments in its Ti Ora and Ofçay brands could lead to new opportunities in tea. Developing and emerging markets are key growth…

USD 570
Country Report

Coffee in South Africa

Mar 2021

Instant coffee dominates the overall category for two reasons. It is seen by consumers as a “step up” from other plant-based hot drinks, which are typically positioned as “coffee” (though regulation changes in 2021 will impact this). It also offers…

USD 990
Country Report

Coffee in Uzbekistan

Feb 2021

While in 2019 retail and foodservice volume sales of coffee posted strong growth rates, the arrival of COVID-19 in 2020 dealt a big blow to the on-trade in particular due to the mandatory closure of non-essential businesses from the middle of March.…

USD 990
Global Company Profile

Nestlé SA in Hot Drinks

Feb 2021

Nestlé SA is the largest hot drinks company globally, with a portfolio that includes leading brands in coffee and other hot drinks. After acquiring distribution rights to Starbucks’ products in 2017, the company solidified its leading position in all…

USD 570
Country Report

Coffee in Pakistan

Feb 2021

Foodservice volume sales of coffee plummeted in 2020. This was due to the closure of many foodservice outlets during lockdown and also the closure of institutions such as schools and colleges. Even after lockdown measures eased, there was limited…

USD 990
Country Report

Coffee in Egypt

Feb 2021

Coffee benefitted from COVID-19, with double-digit value growth and healthy volume growth. Inflation was lower than in 2019, though prices were edging up later in the year. On the hand, foodservice volume plummeted by over a quarter, as foodservice…

USD 990
Country Report

Coffee in the United Arab Emirates

Jan 2021

In 2020, coffee recorded positive retail volume sales growth. This was largely driven by the mandated closure of foodservice establishments during the lockdown, which led to an increase in coffee consumption at home. Nestlé’s Nescafé remains the…

USD 990
Country Report

Coffee in Morocco

Jan 2021

The response of the Moroccan authorities to the COVID-19 pandemic can best be described as extremely robust. Central to efforts to control the spread of the COVID-19 virus was the strictly enforced quarantine lockdown, which involved all on-trade…

USD 990
Country Report

Coffee in Tunisia

Jan 2021

As the COVID-19 pandemic unfolded, concerns emerged among Tunisia’s coffee manufacturers that they would face shortages in the supply of the raw materials needed for their production. These concerns are based on the fact that all of the green coffee…

USD 990
Country Report

Coffee in Ukraine

Jan 2021

The COVID-19 experience witnessed in Ukraine in 2020 clearly demonstrates that coffee as a category weakly correlates with general market performance during economic distress and downturn. For many people in Ukraine, coffee consumption is more of a…

USD 990
Country Report

Coffee in North Macedonia

Jan 2021

Coffee will largely benefit as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020 overall as both current value and volume sales grow notably. As coffee is considered a staple and traditional product in North Macedonia, consumers have continued to purchase it…

USD 990
Country Report

Coffee in Latvia

Jan 2021

Coffee is predicted to perform remarkably well in response to the outbreak of COVID-19, with both current value and volume sales rising significantly. Although the Latvian government has not implemented a strong lockdown, many locals have been…

USD 990
Country Report

Coffee in Israel

Jan 2021

Coffee will register strong growth in retail current value and volume terms in 2020 as consumers working and generally spending more time at home leads to a rise in home consumption. Additionally, as cafés and other foodservice venues were required…

USD 990
Country Report

Coffee in Georgia

Jan 2021

Growth in 2020 in retail volume terms was fuelled by economy brands in regular instant standard coffee. While Georgian consumers switched from buying coffee in foodservice to the off-trade, they were in general unwilling to spend a lot of money on…

USD 990
Country Report

Coffee in Lithuania

Jan 2021

The closure of foodservice as part of the government’s response to the emergence of the pandemic in March 2020 saw a slight transference of consumption of coffee towards retail because of the home seclusion trend. Volume sales of coffee dominate hot…

USD 990
Country Report

Coffee in Estonia

Jan 2021

Despite the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic, Estonia did not see significant losses within coffee in 2020, other than in foodservice volume terms. Although the lockdown measures imposed by the government in an attempt to contain the pandemic saw…

USD 990
Country Report

Coffee in Austria

Jan 2021

Foodservice is expected to record a significant loss in 2020, recording a double-digit decline compared to growth of 3% in 2019. This is predominately due to foodservice closures which were put in place from 16 March, that aligned with the closure of…

USD 990
Country Report

Coffee in Croatia

Jan 2021

In terms of retail volume, coffee demand increased in 2020, however to a much lesser extent than initially expected. Given the strong drinking culture and habit of drinking coffee in on-trade channels in Croatia, there was an expectation of a big…

USD 990
Country Report

Coffee in Serbia

Jan 2021

The outbreak of COVID-19 in 2020 has stopped the negative trend of retail volume sales in Serbia, with volume growth of 3% predicted in 2020, compared to a decline of 1% in 2019. Off-trade volume sales were declining throughout the review period,…

USD 990
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