28 reports

  • JAMNICA DD IN SOFT DRINKS (CROATIA)
  • SOFT DRINKS IN CROATIA - INDUSTRY OVERVIEW

Soft drinks posted its third consecutive year of positive retail current value growth in 2017. Improving disposable household income levels prompted an increase in demand, while increasing prices contributed to value sales growth, driven by premiumisation. However, there was also some bad news. Croatian soft drinks companies suddenly started...

  • Soft Drink
  • Croatia
  • Agrokor dd
  • Hrvatska dd
  • Jamnica dd
  • February 2017
  • Passport 2

After five years of being a strategic partner, owning about 5% of company’s share, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) has started to reduce its ownership stake in the company. This means that Atlantic Grupa has finished its phase of turbulent expansion through its acquisition of Slovenian company Droga Kolinska dd and...

  • Soft Drink
  • Croatia
  • Demand
  • M&A
  • Atlantic Grupa dd
  • Soft Drinks Review 2015 Croatia
  • Reference Code: SDRHR015

Summary Some of the key trends noted across Croatia 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 price...

  • Beverage
  • Ready-To-Drink Coffee
  • Soft Drink
  • Croatia
  • Southern Europe
  • February 2017

After streamlining its product portfolio, with it selling off its juice and concentrates brands to Stanic doo, Jamnica dd is now concentrating almost exclusively on bottled water. Despite such a narrow focus, the company remains by far the biggest soft drinks company in Croatia. Having secured a stronghold in the domestic market, the company...

  • Beverage
  • Soft Drink
  • Croatia
  • Demand
  • Jamnica dd
  • 1.6 Soft Drinks
  • 7. Focus On Adult Soft Drinks

Quarterly Beverage Tracker Fourth Quarter 2017: Croatia Summary GlobalData’s Croatia Quarterly Beverage Tracker Q4-17 covering soft drinks, dairy drinks, hot drinks and alcoholic drinks is an essential tool for keeping up-to-date with the latest industry performance and developments on a quarterly...

  • Beverage
  • Soft Drink
  • Croatia
  • Forecast
  • Agrokor dd
  • 6. SOFT DRINKS QUARTERLY UPDATE 6.1.1 INDUSTRY NEWS
  • 7. Focus On Local Products: An Update On Soft Drinks With Country/Regional

Quarterly Beverage Tracker Third Quarter 2017: Croatia Summary GlobalData’s Croatia Quarterly Beverage Tracker Q3-17 covering soft drinks, dairy drinks, hot drinks and alcoholic drinks is an essential tool for keeping up-to-date with the latest industry performance and developments on a quarterly...

  • Soft Drink
  • Croatia
  • Agrokor dd
  • KOFOLA S.A.
  • Vindija dd
  • 3. Highlights
  • Croatia at a Glance - Quarterly Performance and Latest Forecast

Weather conditions favorable for Soft Drinks The soft drinks quarterly performance was positive.

  • Soft Drink
  • Croatia
  • Agrokor dd
  • Jamnica dd
  • KOFOLA S.A.

Juice in Croatia

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  • SOFT DRINKS IN CROATIA - INDUSTRY OVERVIEW
  • in A Growing Market, Domestic Players Start Losing Control

The share of the population that purchases juice products is significant: according to an independent survey, over 80% of consumers aged between 15 and 65 purchased juice at least once over the past year. The numbers of heavy users (consume juice more than once a week), moderate users (once a week or less) and light users (once a month or...

  • Soft Drink
  • Croatia
  • Trade
  • Agrokor dd
  • Jamnica dd
  • SOFT DRINKS IN CROATIA - INDUSTRY OVERVIEW
  • Passport 8

RTD coffee was the only category smaller than sports drinks in soft drinks in 2017. While it is reasonable to expect the former to suffer due to the enormous popularity of fresh coffee in Croatia, the reasons for the latter’s underperformance is more ambiguous. While the fitness trend was present in Croatia, consumption of sports drinks remained...

  • Beverage
  • Soft Drink
  • Croatia
  • Trade
  • Jamnica dd
  • SOFT DRINKS IN CROATIA - INDUSTRY OVERVIEW
  • in A Growing Market, Domestic Players Start Losing Control

Findings by the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) confirmed that a daily dosage of 400mg of caffeine is not harmful to adults (equivalent of five cans of energy drinks). The same agency estimated that approximately 70% of adults and 20% of adolescents consumed energy drinks at least one a year. The primary idea behind energy drinks, which...

  • Beverage
  • Soft Drink
  • Croatia
  • Demand
  • Trade
  • 7. Focus On Premiumization In Soft Drinks
  • 5.1.4 ENHANCED WATER

Quarterly Beverage Tracker First Quarter 2017: Croatia Summary GlobalData’s Croatia Quarterly Beverage Tracker Q1-17 covering soft drinks, dairy drinks, hot drinks and alcoholic drinks is an essential tool for keeping up-to-date with the latest industry performance and developments on a quarterly...

  • Beverage
  • Soft Drink
  • Croatia
  • Forecast
  • Agrokor dd
  • SOFT DRINKS IN CROATIA - INDUSTRY OVERVIEW
  • Passport 14

Carbonates witnessed the greatest number of promotions in soft drinks: approximately 45% of all volume was sold through promotions. This compared to only 18% in bottled water, for instance. The most common type of promotion was price discounts: the average discount was approximately 20% off the listed price. The second most common promotion...

  • Soft Drink
  • Croatia
  • Trade
  • Hrvatska dd
  • Jamnica dd
  • SOFT DRINKS IN CROATIA - INDUSTRY OVERVIEW
  • LIST OF CONTENTS AND TABLES

In 2007, liquid concentrates was the prevalent concentrates type, with more than two thirds of total value sales in Croatia. However, the category failed to follow trends and remained relatively static. Players stuck to traditional flavour offers and category stagnated in retail volume sales terms over the review period. On the other hand,...

  • Concentrate
  • Soft Drink
  • Croatia
  • Trade
  • Agrokor dd
  • 1.6 Soft Drinks
  • 1.12Focus On Soft Drinks Flavor Trends & Innovation

Summary Q3-16 beverage consumption did not reach the same demand as Q3-15 despite having the best ever tourist season. Domestic consumption was not in recovery and the weather was unfavorable towards the large soft drinks categories, causing increased pressure levels for domestic players. Daily summer temperatures were moderate (unlike...

  • Soft Drink
  • Croatia
  • Demand
  • Forecast
  • Agrokor dd
  • 1.6 Soft Drinks
  • 1.6.13 Sports Drinks 1.6.13.1 Quarterly Performance

Summary The domestic beverage industry was struggling to operate in extreme conditions; with soft and dairy players recording huge losses due to poor competitiveness with low-cost EU imports. Only alcoholic drinks recorded mild growth, the soft drinks market was in a negative trend, driven by the lower performance of fruit syrups...

  • Soft Drink
  • Croatia
  • Demand
  • Agrokor dd
  • Jamnica dd
  • SOFT DRINKS IN CROATIA - INDUSTRY OVERVIEW
  • in A Growing Market, Domestic Players Start Losing Control

Players in RTD coffee have the difficult task of seeking to generate sales in a country with a strong tradition of drinking hot coffee. The culture is not about spending per capita but about the rituals surrounding the consumption of coffee. Croatians want to enjoy coffee while relaxing, preferably with their friends, colleagues or relatives....

  • Beverage
  • Soft Drink
  • Croatia
  • Trade
  • SOFT DRINKS IN CROATIA - INDUSTRY OVERVIEW
  • Passport 11

Given that most of the tap water in Croatia is good for drinking, reasons for buying bottled water revolve more about gastronomy and habits than around finding an alternative to tap water. For this reason, carbonated water is consumed more as it fits better the purpose of a digestive after a meal or a mixer with alcoholic or non-alcoholic...

  • Soft Drink
  • Croatia
  • Trade
  • Agrokor dd
  • Jamnica dd
  • 1.6 Soft Drinks
  • 1.12Focus On Local Products: An Update On Soft Drinks With Country/Regional Provenance

Summary Despite positive basic economic indicators and increased consumer confidence indices, consumption of beverages did not recover in Q1-16. The volume in dairy drinks market is driven by white milk as in Q1-16 its retail prices declined to the lowest point ever. The hot drinks recorded positive growth in Q1-16 driven by the...

  • Soft Drink
  • Croatia
  • Demand
  • Forecast
  • Agrokor dd
  • SOFT DRINKS IN CROATIA - INDUSTRY OVERVIEW
  • HEADLINES

RTD tea was an uneventful category over the review period and in 2017. The trade press in Croatia does not cover RTD tea as a separate category, but includes it under the aggregate “refreshing drinks” umbrella category consisting of carbonates, RTD tea, sports and energy drinks. Consumers do not make a particular distinction between RTD tea...

  • Soft Drink
  • Croatia
  • Trade
  • Agrokor dd
  • Jamnica dd
  • 1.1.1 Packaged Water
  • 1.1.9 Squash/Syrups

This is designed to provide a medium term (one to two year) view of expected volumes from leading manufacturers by main beverage category.

  • Beverage
  • Soft Drink
  • Croatia
  • Demand
  • Forecast
  • 1.6 Soft Drinks
  • Functional & Flavored Waters, 2013-2015F

Summary Improvement in consumer mood, favourable weather for outdoor activities and positive GDP growth all featured in Q4-15, but this quarter came at the end of a good year, when many players did not have to chase volume in order to meet targets. All commercial beverages consumption fell slightly as the positive drivers did not...

  • Soft Drink
  • Croatia
  • Demand
  • Agrokor dd
  • Vindija dd
  • 1.6 Soft Drinks
  • 1.3 Highlights

Summary Basic economic indicators reveal that the industrial production, exports and personal consumption continued to increase into the first half of 2015. However, personal consumption of food and drinks showed modest growth rates. The 2015 tourist season showed excellent results and Croatia registered the highest number of tourist...

  • Soft Drink
  • Croatia
  • Demand
  • Agrokor dd
  • Vindija dd
  • 1. Market Commentary

The overall category performance for 2016 is set at just ##% growth.

  • Beverage
  • Soft Drink
  • Croatia
  • Demand
  • 1.6 Soft Drinks
  • 1.10 Soft Drinks Quarterly Update

Summary The Croatia Quarterly Beverage Tracker report provides quarterly data for Q1-2015, full year 2014 volumes, 2015 forecasts for all commercial beverages, and supporting analysis. Key Findings - Soft drinks performed flat with a noticeable growth in the juice category of 9% - Alcoholic drinks saw a healthy...

  • Beverage
  • Soft Drink
  • Croatia
  • Demand
  • Agrokor dd
  • Summary 3
  • Passport 13

They would usually rather opt for a soft drink.

  • Beverage
  • Soft Drink
  • Croatia
  • Demand
  • Trade
  • KEY FACTS
  • ATLANTIC GRUPA DD

Stabilising its leading position in coffee in Serbia and Slovenia, Atlantic Grupa has started to push its brands into Croatian hot drinks as well. 2015 witnessed some innovation and new launches in instant coffee and tea. However, the company still has a long way to go to reach the top in Croatia, as the leading player, Franck dd, is multiple...

  • Coffee
  • Soft Drink
  • Tea
  • Croatia
  • Atlantic Grupa dd
  • Summary 2
  • FRANCK DD

KEY FACTS Summary ## Full name of company: www: Activities: Franck dd: Key Facts Source: Euromonitor International from company research Franck dd www. franck. hr Producer of non-alcoholic drinks, especially coffee, and packaged food Summary ## Franck dd: Operational Indicators Passpor

  • Beverage
  • Coffee
  • Soft Drink
  • Croatia
  • Franck dd
  • JAN SPIDER DOO

Summary ## Full name of company: www: Activities: Jan Spider Doo: Key Facts Jan Spider doo www. spidergrupa. hr Producer of non-alcoholic drinks KEY FACTS Source: Euromonitor International from company research Summary ## Jan Spider Doo: Operational Indicators In the hot drinks ranking

  • Soft Drink
  • Croatia
  • Market Size
  • Atlantic Grupa dd
  • JAN SPIDER d.o.o.