15 reports

  • SOFT DRINKS IN COSTA RICA - INDUSTRY OVERVIEW
  • SOFT DRINKS IN COSTA RICA - INDUSTRY OVERVIEW

As a broader base of Costa Rican consumers gained awareness of the advantages of adopting a more balanced lifestyle, the popularity of healthier and functional soft drinks continued to rise amongst local consumers from all socioeconomic segments. This continued to boost the demand for different health and wellness-oriented categories, particularly...

  • Soft Drink
  • Costa Rica
  • Trade
  • Bebidas SA
  • Rica SA
  • Soft Drinks Review 2015 Costa Rica
  • Reference Code: SDRCR015

Summary Some of the key trends noted across Costa Rica include: consumers starting to watch their sugar intake especially in western markets where low calorie variants are taking share, or consumers moving towards packaged water and flavoured waters; fruit powders continuing to fall across many of the markets despite their lower...

  • Beverage
  • Ready-To-Drink Coffee
  • Soft Drink
  • Central America
  • Costa Rica
  • COMPETITIVE POSITIONING
  • COOPERATIVA DE PRODUCTOS DE LECHE DOS PINOS, RL

The company aims to remain the main dairy manufacturer in the region and to further leverage development as one of the main soft drinks competitors in Costa Rica.

  • Soft Drink
  • Tea
  • Costa Rica
  • Demand
  • Market Competition
  • SOFT DRINKS IN COSTA RICA - INDUSTRY OVERVIEW
  • Stable Volume and Value Growth in Overall Soft Drinks in Costa Rica in 2017

As a result of the rising popularity of differentiated coffee consumption experiences at on-trade establishments, leveraged by the rising penetration and vast array of international franchises and local establishments, both iced and hot coffee specialities continue to expand awareness of their RTD versions amongst a broader base of potential...

  • Soft Drink
  • Costa Rica
  • Demand
  • Trade
  • Rica SA
  • SOFT DRINKS IN COSTA RICA - INDUSTRY OVERVIEW
  • FLORIDA BEBIDAS SA IN SOFT DRINKS (COSTA RICA)

As local consumers continue to seek more natural and affordable soft drinks, the juice offer continues to revolve around the availability of affordable smaller and assorted multipack offers (targeted to children’s lunchboxes) and family size presentations (which range between 1l and 2.5l pack sizes). In both cases, affordability and different...

  • Soft Drink
  • Costa Rica
  • Trade
  • Bebidas SA
  • Rica SA
  • SOFT DRINKS IN COSTA RICA - INDUSTRY OVERVIEW
  • Stable Volume and Value Growth in Overall Soft Drinks in Costa Rica in 2017

As the demand for energy drinks remains focused on young adults and teenagers, major players are often required to update their brand portfolios on a regular basis, which is an efficient way to capture and maintain the attention of younger consumers. This is reflected in constant brand extensions which promote new flavour alternatives and...

  • Soft Drink
  • Costa Rica
  • Trade
  • Bebidas SA
  • Rica SA
  • SOFT DRINKS IN COSTA RICA - INDUSTRY OVERVIEW
  • FLORIDA BEBIDAS SA IN SOFT DRINKS (COSTA RICA)

The healthier and more natural perception of RTD tea continued to prompt dynamic growth rates for this category, which keeps gaining popularity as a convenient and functional drink which suits different types of consumption occasions. New brand extensions continued to leverage flavour innovation and the use of functional herbal ingredients,...

  • Soft Drink
  • Costa Rica
  • Demand
  • Trade
  • Rica SA
  • SOFT DRINKS IN COSTA RICA - INDUSTRY OVERVIEW
  • Stable Volume and Value Growth in Overall Soft Drinks in Costa Rica in 2017

Sports drinks kept growing at a stable pace over 2016-2017, mainly driven by the rising popularity of adopting a healthier lifestyle and practicing sport amongst younger consumers, who are usually unconcerned about ingesting added-sugar drinks on a regular basis. Major players such as Coca-Cola FEMSA (Powerade) and Florida Bebidas (Gatorade)...

  • Soft Drink
  • Costa Rica
  • Trade
  • Bebidas SA
  • Rica SA
  • SOFT DRINKS IN COSTA RICA - INDUSTRY OVERVIEW
  • Stable Volume and Value Growth in Overall Soft Drinks in Costa Rica in 2017

As local consumers continue to consider bottled water as a healthier alternative in comparison with most added-sugar soft drinks, demand for such products was boosted by the rising penetration of value multipacks, which are mostly targeted for children’s lunchboxes. This marketing trend became even more dynamic over the last year, as the expanding...

  • Soft Drink
  • Costa Rica
  • Trade
  • Bebidas SA
  • Rica SA
  • SOFT DRINKS IN COSTA RICA - INDUSTRY OVERVIEW
  • Stable Volume and Value Growth in Overall Soft Drinks in Costa Rica in 2017

As a result of rising awareness amongst an expanding base of middle- and high-income consumers of the health risks associated with high sugar intake on a regular basis, local buyers continued to migrate from carbonates (in particular cola carbonates) to more natural and healthier options,. As a result, the main local brands, including Coca-Cola,...

  • Cola
  • Soft Drink
  • Costa Rica
  • Trade
  • Rica SA
  • SOFT DRINKS IN COSTA RICA - INDUSTRY OVERVIEW
  • Stable Volume and Value Growth in Overall Soft Drinks in Costa Rica in 2017

Demand for concentrates continues to be threatened by the rising availability of more affordable ready-to-drink proposals, such as juice drinks, carbonates and RTD tea. Therefore, the most relevant competitive advantage of these products remains their low unit prices, which is a stronger purchasing driver amongst the broad base of low- and...

  • Beverage
  • Concentrate
  • Soft Drink
  • Costa Rica
  • Trade
  • COMPETITIVE POSITIONING

FLORIDA BEBIDAS SA IN ALCOHOLIC DRINKS (COSTA RICA) Euromonitor International June 2017 Passport I LIST OF CONTENTS AND TABLES Strategic Direction........................................................................................................................ ## Key Facts...........

  • Soft Drink
  • Costa Rica
  • United States
  • Market Competition
  • Bebidas SA
  • interviews
  • Passport 2

Grupo Café Britt continues to develop its participation within other hot drinks, tea and soft drinks.

  • Coffee
  • Soft Drink
  • Costa Rica
  • Demand
  • Grupo Café Britt SA
  • MANZA TÉ SA IN HOT DRINKS (COSTA RICA)
  • Passport 11

The vast amount of functional benefits attributed to pure/ dark chocolate ingestion on a regular basis are partially responsible for the ongoing sales stability, and continues to affect high sugar content beverages across all soft drinks categories.

  • Beverage
  • Soft Drink
  • Costa Rica
  • Demand
  • Trade
  • New Competitors Are Anticipated To Increase Their Penetration To 2022

Act ##, or a ##% economic stabilisation tax, was also levied on CIF value.

  • Alcoholic Drink
  • Soft Drink
  • Costa Rica
  • Demand
  • Trade