8 reports

  • ALCOHOLIC DRINKS IN TUNISIA - INDUSTRY OVERVIEW
  • ALCOHOLIC DRINKS IN TUNISIA - INDUSTRY OVERVIEW

Despite economic challenges, 2017 was a positive year for alcoholic drinks in Tunisia. This was especially the case for wine and beer as the market demonstrated good growth and strong potential. The devaluation of the local currency negatively affected imported alcoholic drinks, mainly spirits, although domestic manufacturers benefited from...

  • Alcoholic Drink
  • Beer
  • Tunisia
  • Demand
  • Trade
  • July 2017
  • SOCIÉTÉ FRIGORIFIQUE ET BRASSERIE DE TUNIS

Société Frigorifique et Brasserie de Tunis (SFBT), which bases its plans on customer satisfaction, benefits from a long-standing presence in beer in Tunisia. Over the forecast period, SFBT expects to continue launching new brands, supported by the success of its latest new launches, such as Stella Black and Celtia Lemon. Euromonitor...

  • Alcoholic Drink
  • Beer
  • Tunisia
  • Demand
  • July 2017
  • SOCIÉTÉ NOUVELLE DE BRASSERIE (SONOBRA)

Société nouvelle de Brasserie (SONOBRA) continues to focus on improving its marketing strategies. In addition to the production of premium lagers like Heineken, the player has reinforced its presence in economy lager with a new brand Berber. Further brand launches are anticipated in the forecast period. Euromonitor International...

  • Alcoholic Drink
  • Tunisia
  • Forecast
  • Supply
  • Heineken N.V.
  • June 2016
  • The company has not taken the initiative in terms of launching new products in sprits for many years.

Ets Felix Habib & Cie aims to strengthen its position in alcoholic drinks in Tunisia over the forecast period. The company is expected to benefit from its strong brand portfolio in spirits, including Boukha and Thibarine, which are well known in Tunisia and exported to several European countries. Euromonitor International Local Company...

  • Alcoholic Drink
  • Tunisia
  • Forecast
  • ALCOHOLIC DRINKS IN TUNISIA - INDUSTRY OVERVIEW
  • EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

A strong total volume CAGR is expected over the forecast period. The development of the off-trade channel for RTDs/high-strength premixes is set to drive sales growth though modern grocery retailers. The category is set to benefit from the increasing popularity of these drinks amongst Tunisian consumers. The concept is likely to become more...

  • Alcoholic Drink
  • Beverage
  • Tunisia
  • Demand
  • Trade

Wine in Tunisia

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  • ALCOHOLIC DRINKS IN TUNISIA - INDUSTRY OVERVIEW
  • EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

Over the forecast period, wine is predicted to see steady total volume sales growth. Consumption is expected to continue to be positively affected by the improving security situation in the country, which is supporting strong growth in tourism. Foreign tourists accounted for over five million trips to Tunisia in 2017, an increase of 21% on...

  • Alcoholic Drink
  • Wine
  • Tunisia
  • Demand
  • Trade

Beer in Tunisia

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  • ALCOHOLIC DRINKS IN TUNISIA - INDUSTRY OVERVIEW
  • SOCIÉTÉ FRIGORIFIQUE ET BRASSERIE DE TUNIS IN ALCOHOLIC DRINKS (TUNISIA)

Société Frigorifique et Brasserie de Tunis (SFBT) remained the key launcher of new brands of beer by releasing the first flavoured beer in Tunisia: Celtia Lemon. SFBT chose to present its latest launch, a blond beer with natural aromas and lemon juice promoting lightness and freshness, in summer 2016. Celtia Lemon was launched...

  • Alcoholic Drink
  • Beer
  • Lager
  • Tunisia
  • Demand
  • ALCOHOLIC DRINKS IN TUNISIA - INDUSTRY OVERVIEW
  • EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

Spirits is set to record a strong total volume CAGR over the forecast period. Consumption is set to continue to benefit from the recovery in tourism, as global companies, including Thomas Cook, promised returned to Tunisia, two years after the terrorist attacks at the Sousse Resort in 2015. In addition, the largest tourism group, TUI Fly,...

  • Alcoholic Drink
  • Spirits
  • Tunisia
  • Demand
  • Trade