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Haad Thip PCL - Company Profile and Financial Analysis

27 pages • By Canadean Ltd

SummaryCanadean's "Haad Thip PCL - Company Profile and Financial Analysis" contains in depth information and data about the company and its operations. The profile contains a company overview, key facts, major products and services, financial ratios, financial analysis, key employees, company locations and subsidiaries.Key...

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Jun 2015

The Coca-Cola Company : Consumer Packaged Goods - Company Profile, SWOT and Financial Analysis

70 pages • By Canadean Ltd

SummaryCanadean's "The Coca-Cola Company : Consumer Packaged Goods - Company Profile, SWOT and Financial Analysis" contains in depth information and data about the company and its operations. The profile contains a company overview, key facts, major products and services, SWOT analysis, business description, company history, financial...

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Jun 2015

HOKKAIDO COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO., LTD. - Company Profile and Financial Analysis

30 pages • By Canadean Ltd

SummaryCanadean's "HOKKAIDO COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO., LTD. - Company Profile and Financial Analysis" contains in depth information and data about the company and its operations. The profile contains a company overview, key facts, major products and services, financial ratios, financial analysis, key employees, company locations and...

79 99 63
Jun 2015

RTD Tea in Kazakhstan

24 pages • By Euromonitor International

RTD tea continued to show healthy growth over the review period. Locals highly appreciate the taste of RTD tea. Kazakhstan is a tea-drinking country and tea is an important drink in every day life, while RTD tea is a great option when consumers want a drink that can be consumed cold, on the go, out of the home or just as an interesting alternative....

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Jun 2015

Soft Drinks in Kazakhstan

63 pages • By Euromonitor International

The consumption of soft drinks is expected to continue to increase in Kazakhstan over forecast period. However, the devaluation of the national currency in February 2014 slowed growth in consumption in volume terms. Soft drinks products are not perceived to be a necessity, rather they are perceived to be indulgence products. The penetration...

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Jun 2015

Carbonates in Kazakhstan

28 pages • By Euromonitor International

Carbonates continued to increase over the review period. Kazakhstanis are earning more and as a result they are spending more. Their increasingly busy lifestyles and changing eating habits are driving the category. Locals are often switching to fast food options or snacking and carbonates products are perceived as a substitute drink. Their...

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Jun 2015

Energy Drinks in Kazakhstan

23 pages • By Euromonitor International

Consumption of energy drinks in Kazakhstan continues to be slightly different compared to other countries. In Kazakhstan energy drinks continue to be consumed rather like soft drinks to satisfy thirst, rather than as a drink to get extra energy. For that reason the usual size of the can or plastic bottle is 0.5 litres. Energy drinks products...

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Jun 2015

Juice in Kazakhstan

22 pages • By Euromonitor International

Juice has suffered from the difficult economic situation in Kazakhstan. The national currency was devalued by 20% in February 2014. Nectars (25-99% juice) suffered the most from this, declining by 7% in volume terms. Juice is relatively expensive in Kazakhstan and is not perceived as a necessity. The difficult economic situation resulted in...

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Jun 2015

Concentrates in Kazakhstan

22 pages • By Euromonitor International

The devaluation of the national currency in February 2014 in Kazakhstan created a slight increase in sales of concentrates. Locals were spending more time at home in order to save money. However, concentrates continues to be the smallest category with a presence in soft drinks.Euromonitor International's Concentrates in Kazakhstan...

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Jun 2015

RTD Coffee in Austria

29 pages • By Euromonitor International

RTD coffee saw another year of strong off-trade volume growth in 2014 and even experienced double digit growth in off-trade value terms. The category was able to expand its consumer base due to the leading brands’ constant investments in advertising and marketing and high levels of brand recognition. Coffee in general has recently been more...

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Jun 2015

Soft Drinks in Belarus

69 pages • By Euromonitor International

Sales of soft drinks in Belarus have a seasonal character, with an increase in the summer and a decline in the winter; however, the summer of 2014 was rather cold in Belarus, which limited overall demand for soft drinks and was one of the reasons behind only moderate volume sales growth.Euromonitor International's Soft Drinks in Belarus...

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Jun 2015

RTD Tea in Belarus

27 pages • By Euromonitor International

The seasonal character of sales of RTD tea and the particular dependence of sales on warm weather play an important role in the performance of RTD tea. Hot weather in the summer usually stimulates the major part of annual sales, and usually lasts from May to September. The summer season of 2014 was not hot and also began late, which slowed...

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Jun 2015

RTD Tea in Austria

30 pages • By Euromonitor International

In contrast to declining sales during the review period, RTD tea again recorded some slight volume growth in 2014 and even higher value growth. While classic ice tea from black tea with peach or lemon flavour has obviously left its best times behind, the category is increasingly benefiting from growing interest in newer flavours and products...

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Jun 2015

Juice in Austria

33 pages • By Euromonitor International

After a slow decrease over the review period, juice consumption saw a clearer drop in 2014. Consumers did not just replace other kinds of soft drinks with juice in search of a healthier lifestyle. They often also switched between different kinds of juice, as 2014 was again characterised by a shift away from nectars and concentrates towards...

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Jun 2015

Concentrates in Belarus

23 pages • By Euromonitor International

These products, which are mainly represented by powder concentrates, still suffered from an old-fashioned image in 2014. In Belarus, concentrates are associated with the past and are considered to be an old-fashioned type of beverage. Off-trade concentrates recorded a decline in volume sales during the review period as a whole, but an increase...

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Jun 2015

Carbonates in Belarus

32 pages • By Euromonitor International

The seasonal character of sales of carbonates and the particular dependence of sales on warm summer weather play an important role in the performance of carbonates. Hot weather in the summer usually stimulates the major part of annual sales, and usually lasts from May to September. The summer season of 2014 was not hot and the summer began...

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Jun 2015

Juice in Belarus

31 pages • By Euromonitor International

Health and wellness was the key trend supporting growth of juice in 2014. Juices are considered healthy options with good nutritional value by practically all Belarusian consumers. Additionally, increasing domestic production of juices together with more-intense competition helped to improve juice affordability.Euromonitor International's...

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Jun 2015

Energy Drinks in Austria

24 pages • By Euromonitor International

Energy drinks showed good growth in volume and value terms, but also clear signs of stagnation in 2014. Per capita consumption was very high in Austria, where Red Bull GmbH is headquartered and the global energy drinks boom had its starting point. Energy drinks has an extremely large consumer base in Austria, covering basically all age groups...

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Jun 2015

Sports Drinks in Austria

28 pages • By Euromonitor International

In 2014, sports drinks continued its slow growth from the review period. A general trend towards wellness and sports maintained its grip and Austrian consumers probably spent more on fitness centres or participated at running events than ever before. Yet at the same time, most sports enthusiasts relied more on more natural and also cheaper...

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Jun 2015

Soft Drinks in Austria, Euromonitor International

93 pages • By Euromonitor International

The highly saturated soft drinks market in Austria recorded considerable value growth in 2014, but saw a significant drop in volume. The disproportionally high value gain was pushed by continuing volume growth in higher priced product categories such as RTD coffee and energy drinks, and rising demand for high-quality products in juice and...

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Jun 2015

Carbonates in Austria

40 pages • By Euromonitor International

Carbonates registers volume declines in both the off-trade and in the on-trade in 2014. The decline slowed down slightly compared to 2013, but was significantly worse than the review period as a whole. It suffered amid the rising health awareness among Austrian consumers, as carbonates are increasingly considered unhealthy due to their high...

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Jun 2015

Concentrates in Austria

28 pages • By Euromonitor International

Liquid concentrates was responsible for more than 96% of total off-trade value sales of concentrates in 2014. Mainly due to its convenience advantages, it remained a very popular category that is regularly bought by roughly a third of all households in Austria. Furthermore, liquid concentrates, which is essentially fruit syrups in Austria,...

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Jun 2015

Bottled Water in Slovakia

37 pages • By Euromonitor International

Bottled water recorded a 2% decline in both volume and current value terms in 2014, accounting for sales of 476 million litres and €208 million in 2014. Decline of bottled water was caused by a strong competitive environment.Euromonitor International’s Bottled Water in Slovakia report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape...

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Jun 2015

Juice in Slovakia

34 pages • By Euromonitor International

Juice is stable in Slovakia, however, due to higher unit prices consumers remained careful with their juice expenditure. Although predictions from the previous year were for possible growth of juice in 2014, it recorded a decline of 2% in total volume sales. Despite the increasing economic power and improved purchasing power of Slovaks, juice...

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Jun 2015

RTD Tea in Slovakia

24 pages • By Euromonitor International

RTD tea faced a difficult time over the review period and the expectations in the forecast period do not seem much more positive. RTD tea is rapidly decreasing in popularity. Even though manufacturers innovated their product assortments with health and wellness products (functional ingredients, for instance stevia-sweetened products) during...

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Jun 2015

Sports Drinks in Slovakia

23 pages • By Euromonitor International

Sports drinks is among the fastest growing categories in soft drinks and enjoys increasing popularity among Slovak consumers. Sports drinks is especially popular among the urban population living active lifestyles and participating in various sport activities. Key consumers are those who are interested in their body and health, as well as...

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Jun 2015

Concentrates in Slovakia

35 pages • By Euromonitor International

In 2014 concentrates had one of the highest growths within soft drinks. It grew mostly thanks to the declining popularity of carbonates, its main competitor. Concentrates has a long tradition in Slovakia and, for many consumers, the products are an important part of daily life. Its growth potential is highlighted by new product development...

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Jun 2015

Energy Drinks in Slovakia

28 pages • By Euromonitor International

Energy drinks was among the fastest growing categories of non-alcoholic drinks in Slovakia in 2014. Growth of the category was driven by consumers’ busier day-to-day lives, intensive workloads and the popularity of active lifestyles. The popularity of energy drinks among young people who consider them highly fashionable, also affected sales....

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Jun 2015

RTD Coffee in Slovakia

22 pages • By Euromonitor International

RTD coffee experienced growth in Slovakia over 2014 thanks to the products’ high convenience, being available for immediate consumption everywhere, and taste. Sales of RTD coffee was driven by marketing support from leading brands. The category is relatively small and, therefore, any increase in demand produces more dynamic growth figures.Euromonitor...

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Jun 2015

Soft Drinks in Slovakia

87 pages • By Euromonitor International

Despite the expected recovery of the category, soft drinks did not record a positive result and declined again in total volume in 2014. Although experts predicted recovery across the categories last year, mainly in juice, carbonates and energy drinks, not all of them attained growth. Concentrates and sports and energy drinks were among those...

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Jun 2015