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In spite of the economic shock of the pandemic, off-trade volume sales of soft drinks continued to expand during 2021, albeit at a much slower pace than earlier in the forecast period. Bottled water dominates soft drinks demand due to the fact that tap water is generally not potable in Angola, and as an essential product, its off-trade volume...

  • Soft Drink
  • Angola
  • Soft Drink Revenue
  • Soft Drink Consumption

There remains a great deal of economic uncertainty within Lebanon which has been further worsened by the COVID-19 pandemic. As a result, many consumers remain cautious in their spending on discretionary items, including soft drinks. The pandemic has led to declining incomes and created price hikes as well as importation issues. Furthermore,...

  • Soft Drink
  • Lebanon
  • Soft Drink Revenue
  • Soft Drink Consumption

Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, rising incomes, rapid urbanisation and a growing population that includes a high proportion of young people boded well for soft drinks in Bangladesh. Other factors conducive to soft drinks consumption included rising domestic production, the hot climate and inadequate access to safe drinking water. Soft...

  • Soft Drink
  • Bangladesh
  • Soft Drink Revenue
  • Disposable Income

All product areas responded negatively to the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, with some witnessing volume decline while others witnessed a slowdown. The main reason for this was due to the financial repercussions of the pandemic, which meant disposable incomes declined and consumers were forced to economise. As a result, consumers prioritised more...

  • Soft Drink
  • Cambodia
  • Soft Drink Revenue
  • Disposable Income

The soft drinks market rebounded in 2021 after contracting in the previous year as COVID-19 restrictions began to ease. Consumption at home remained strong while the market benefited from the reopening of foodservice outlets despite a dip in disposable incomes stimulated by the pandemic. Carbonates and bottled water remain the most popular...

  • Soft Drink
  • Paraguay
  • Soft Drink Revenue
  • Disposable Income

Soft drinks in 2021: The big picture Soft Drinks in Panama report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the market at a national level. It provides the latest retail sales data (2017-2021), allowing you to identify the sectors driving growth. It identifies the leading companies, the leading brands and offers strategic...

  • Soft Drink
  • Panama
  • Soft Drink Revenue
  • Disposable Income

Soft Drinks in Iraq

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Soft drinks sales saw a strong recovery in 2021 despite the country continuing to be affected by COVID-19. Improvements in the non-oil economy, supported by the easing of COVID-19 restrictions provided a big boost. Nonetheless, the main brands continued to limit their operations and waited to see how the market and consumers would respond...

  • Soft Drink
  • Iraq
  • Soft Drink Revenue
  • Soft Drink Consumption

Soft Drinks in Laos

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Although Laos remains a poor country overall, prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, urbanisation, strong economic growth and rising incomes were supporting sales of soft drinks, including more expensive options such as sports drinks. In response to the pandemic, most categories have seen slowed or volume decline. However, the health and wellness...

  • Soft Drink
  • Laos
  • Soft Drink Revenue
  • Disposable Income

Carbonates Soft Drinks in Jordan report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the market at a national level. It provides the latest retail sales data (2017-2021), allowing you to identify the sectors driving growth. It identifies the leading companies, the leading brands and offers strategic analysis of key factors...

  • Soft Drink
  • Jordan
  • Soft Drink Revenue
  • Disposable Income

Soft Drinks in Oman

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Oman’s soft drinks industry struggled in 2020 and 2021 as COVID-19 and steep taxes on sugary beverages undermined demand. The departure of many expatriates as employment opportunities for foreigners narrowed due to the Omanisation programme and the COVID-19 pandemic significantly reduced the consumer base, while huge price rises due to tax...

  • Soft Drink
  • Oman
  • Soft Drink Revenue
  • Soft Drink Consumption

Kuwait’s hot climate, fast pace of life and unpotable drinking water present strong opportunities for soft drink sales. However, rising concern over the country’s obesity and diabetes epidemic and the imminent imposition of a 50% excise tax on sugary drinks have strained demand in various categories, notably carbonates and juice drinks. Demand...

  • Soft Drink
  • Kuwait
  • Soft Drink Revenue
  • Sugar Consumption

Soft Drinks in Ghana

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Soft drinks in 2021: The big picture Soft Drinks in Ghana report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the market at a national level. It provides the latest retail sales data (2017-2021), allowing you to identify the sectors driving growth. It identifies the leading companies, the leading brands and offers strategic...

  • Soft Drink
  • Ghana
  • Soft Drink Revenue
  • High Net Worth Individuals Number

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, all product areas within soft drinks will see declining consumption overall. The main reason for this has been due to the financial repercussions of the pandemic which have led many consumers to economise and therefore prioritise more essential products only. Likewise, in 2021, the coup has also caused...

  • Soft Drink
  • Myanmar
  • Soft Drink Revenue
  • High Net Worth Individuals Number

On-trade volume sales of soft drinks are very limited in Tanzania, but these products (particularly carbonates) are widely purchased in the off-trade. During 2021, off-trade volume sales of soft drinks increased for the first time in three years, but they remained below the pre-pandemic peak. Local brands are gaining retail volume share from...

  • Soft Drink
  • Tanzania
  • Soft Drink Revenue
  • High Net Worth Individuals Number

Consumption of soft drinks continues to steadily grow in Ethiopia even though the country has faced major setbacks in terms of political stability and COVID-19. Urbanisation and population growth are the leading contributors to the increase in the consumption of soft drinks. Bottled water and carbonates are the leading categories in retail...

  • Soft Drink
  • Ethiopia
  • Soft Drink Revenue
  • Disposable Income

Soft drinks witnessed a slight rebound in 2021 as COVID-19 restrictions began to lift and lifestyles made a slow return to normality. The poor quality of tap water makes bottled water a necessity, while carbonates are popular for their wide distribution and low prices. However, while population growth, urbanisation and widening rural distribution...

  • Soft Drink
  • Uganda
  • Soft Drink Revenue
  • Disposable Income

Sales of soft drinks rebounded strongly in 2021 after declining in the previous year. Despite the ongoing presence of the virus and several months of a further lockdown, restrictions began to ease which led to a resumption of normal lifestyles and a reopening of consumer foodservice outlets. The health trend, heightened by the pandemic, boosted...

  • Soft Drink
  • Honduras
  • Soft Drink Revenue
  • Disposable Income

Soft Drinks in Qatar

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Qatar showed strong signs of recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic in 2021 thanks to a successful vaccination programme and a wealthy local population. The country saw stronger GDP growth in 2021, with this being partially fuelled by a strong recovery in the foodservice industry as Qatar eased its COVID-19 measures. Strong investment in infrastructure...

  • Soft Drink
  • Qatar
  • Soft Drink Revenue
  • Dairy Products Production

Strong growth was seen in soft drinks in both the off-trade and on-trade channels in 2021. On-trade sales enjoyed a strong recovery in 2021 following the steep declines seen in 2020, when this channel’s performance was negatively impacted by the lockdowns and other restrictions imposed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The easing of restrictions...

  • Soft Drink
  • Pakistan
  • Soft Drink Revenue
  • Disposable Income

Uzbekistan’s soft drink industry mounted a strong recovery over the course of 2021 as off-trade sales continued to rise in most categories and on-trade sales rebounded strongly from the negative sales growth that was recorded at the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic during 2020. Soft Drinks in Uzbekistan report offers a comprehensive...

  • Soft Drink
  • Uzbekistan
  • Soft Drink Revenue
  • Bottled Water Sales

Soft Drinks in Egypt

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Carbonates dominate retail value sales of soft drinks in Egypt, with bottled water and juice accounting for most of the remainder. Having risen at their fastest rate in almost a decade during 2020, as COVID-19 led local consumers to stock up on bottled water and carbonates and drove a shift in demand from the on-trade to the off-trade, off-trade...

  • Soft Drink
  • Egypt
  • Soft Drink Revenue
  • Agricultural Production

Soft drinks returned to growth in off-trade and on-trade volume terms in 2021. Although Sweden did not introduce lockdown measures in 2020, unlike other European countries, it still introduced social distancing measures and limits on group sizes. This coupled with concerns about catching COVID-19 led to a sharp drop in on-trade volume sales...

  • Soft Drink
  • Sweden
  • Soft Drink Revenue
  • Fuel Demand

2021 registered a recovery in soft drinks after a fall in value and volume sales across both retail and foodservice in 2020. With society opening up in 2021, and more people working, which led to increased spending power, soft drinks registered retail current value and volume growth. Soft Drinks in Slovenia report offers a comprehensive...

  • Soft Drink
  • Slovenia
  • Soft Drink Revenue
  • Disposable Income

The COVID-19 pandemic struck Tunisia at a rather inopportune moment. The country was already experiencing a mini-economic crisis, with the consistent depreciation of the Tunisian dinar over a period of months resulting in rampant price inflation and financial hardship for many households. This meant that the interruptions to commercial activity...

  • Soft Drink
  • Tunisia
  • Soft Drink Revenue
  • Disposable Income

Overall, soft drinks registered an increase in current value and volume sales in 2021. The 2020 pandemic lockdowns had a negative effect on people’s pockets and many people lost their jobs. As a result, volume sales of soft drinks fell slightly in 2020. However, in 2021, with society starting to open up, the economy registered an uplift and...

  • Soft Drink
  • Latvia
  • Soft Drink Revenue

Overall, soft drinks registered an increase in current value and volume sales in 2021. The 2020 pandemic lockdowns had a negative effect on people’s pockets and many people lost their jobs. As a result, volume sales of soft drinks fell slightly in 2020. However, in 2021, with society starting to open up, the economy registered a strong recovery...

  • Soft Drink
  • Lithuania
  • Soft Drink Revenue
  • Health Insurance Claims

Uruguay’s economy showed a mild recovery in 2021 following deep recession in 2020 due to the outbreak of COVID-19. The country faces a contraction on the supply side linked to restrictions on internal and international mobility; as a result, the industry faced a shortage of raw materials in the production of soft drinks, with increased inflation...

  • Soft Drink
  • Uruguay
  • Soft Drink Revenue
  • Bottled Water Sales

US on-trade soft drinks sales rallied in 2021, as formal COVID-19 restrictions were scaled back or lifted in many regions, particularly during the busy summer months for on-premise beverage consumption. Higher rates of overall consumer mobility and domestic travel led to robust growth in fast-casual chains, coffee specialists and other high-traffic...

  • Soft Drink
  • United States
  • Soft Drink Revenue
  • Retail Revenue

Retail value growth in 2021 was on par with 2020, though volume growth was lower. With society gradually opening up in 2021, after the strict lockdown in 2020, a portion of volume sales switched to foodservice. However, volume sales through foodservice channels were still lower than before the onset of COVID-19, as the economy struggles. Soft...

  • Soft Drink
  • Algeria
  • Soft Drink Revenue
  • Bottled Water Consumption

Soft Drinks in Kenya

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Bottled water and carbonates continued to dominate total volume sales of soft drinks in Kenya during 2021, with juice accounting for most of the remainder. Demand for other types of soft drinks is very limited. The pandemic has had a slightly positive effect on off-trade demand for soft drinks, with Kenyans consuming more soft drinks at home...

  • Soft Drink
  • Kenya
  • Soft Drink Revenue
  • Energy Demand