In 2022 spirits recorded lower than average price increases when compared to other areas of food and beverages in the Netherlands. However, for 2023 this is likely to change as costs have risen by so much that current price levels are untenable.
Over the forecast period the outlook for non-alcoholic spirits remains positive. All of the major players are already involved in this category and many have launched non-alcoholic varieties under their most popular brands in recent years.
Dutch consumers have embraced the cocktails and mixed drinks trend, with options such as Bacardi rum and coke and gin and tonic proving popular during the pandemic. Despite the price increases and difficult economic conditions, it is expected that these drinks will remain popular.
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