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Hydration Beverages: Blurring the Lines Between Sports Drinks and Consumer Health

Carmen Silva

Carmen Silva

28 Jun 22

Sports drinks and consumer health categories continue to blur the lines in 2022 as consumers increasingly value functionality of hydration products but also face restrictions in the product offering as brand haven't been able to keep up with increasing demand. We will explore the opportunities for both industries moving ahead.

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How is the Soft Drinks Industry Responding to the Challenges of Inflation?

Howard Telford

Howard Telford

27 May 22

Generationally high raw materials prices and soaring distribution costs are reshaping the strategies of soft drinks suppliers and bottlers in 2022.

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Africa's Big 7

Euromonitor International

Euromonitor International

Johannesburg 20 Jun 22 | SAST: 11:00 AM

Africa's Big 7 is now entering its 19th edition, and it continues to be a trusted partner aligned with the needs of the industry - to offer quality, affordable food and beverage products that cater to the ever-increasing demands of consumers. Africa's Big 7 brings together the best in the food & beverage business to identify growth opportunities and to close deals.

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Natural Products Expo West 2022: Highlights of Beverage Innovation

Howard Telford

Howard Telford

24 Mar 22

Our recap of Natural Products Expo West, the US’s largest exhibition of natural foods, beverages, supplements and personal care products, held from March 8-12, 2022, at the Anaheim Convention Center in California.

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Cannavision: Focus on the Consumer

Shane MacGuill

Shane MacGuill

23 Mar 22

Shane MacGuill, Global Lead for Nicotine and Cannabis and Spiros Malandrakis, Euromonitor's Head of Alcoholic Drinks speak with Cannavision about why the cannabis industry needs to focus on the consumer.

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Beyond Sugar Taxes: Alternative Approaches to Sugar Reduction in Global Soft Drinks

Erwin Henriquez

Erwin Henriquez

7 Mar 22

Consumer awareness of the high sugar content of many soft drinks (and the negative health impact of excessive sugar consumption) continues to grow and shape the global industry outlook. In 2022, over 50 countries and many more local or regional authorities have implemented taxes on the production or sale of sugar-sweetened beverages. New efforts to reduce sugar-sweetened beverage sales will likely focus on restricting marketing, merchandising and packaging.

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Unpackaged: The Future of Bottled Water in Germany

Linda Lichtmess

Linda Lichtmess

21 Dec 21

German consumers are increasingly switching from bottled water to tap water. Not only is tap water seen as the more sustainable alternative, but bottled water is becoming a more political issue. Rising competition from tap water is placing pressure on soft drinks as consumers see the increasing appeal of counter-top appliances such as SodaStream that make carbonated water at home possible.

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RTDコーヒー市場:日本での伸び悩みと、韓国と中国での成長

Tomomi Fujikawa

Tomomi Fujikawa

30 Nov 21

アジア太平洋地域は、世界最大のRTDコーヒー市場だ。2020年の小売販売量は45億リットルに達し、世界の総販売量の約80%に及ぶ。同市場を支えているのは、世界の総販売量の半分以上を占める、最大市場国の日本である。しかし、アジア太平洋地域の市況は徐々に変わりつつある。

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Taxing Sugar-Sweetened Drinks: What's Happening in Spain?

Ilaria Abagnale

Ilaria Abagnale

23 Nov 21

Tackling obesity and high sugar levels in food are pressing concerns for many governments. Many European countries, such as the UK (2018) and Poland (2021), have introduced or reviewed their regulations on carbonated drinks, challenging the industry and accelerating the shift towards sugar-free and calorie-free soft drinks.