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Bottled Water in Egypt

28 pages • By Euromonitor International

Towards the end of the review period, sales of bottled water in Egypt were negatively affected by the drops seen in growth rates in Egypt’s travel and tourism industry during 2015 and 2016. The slowdown in inbound tourism had an especially negative influence on sales of bottled water in tourist areas such as the Red Sea, Sinai and Luxor, as...

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Feb 2017

Juice in Lithuania

24 pages • By Euromonitor International

In 2016, for the third year in a row, juice posted decreasing value and volume sales. The category is hampered by its deteriorating image in the society, as consumers keep reducing their consumption of juice due to the sugarised nature of the drink and the perception of it as not being very healthy. Also, increasing raw material costs has...

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Feb 2017

RTD Tea in Egypt

23 pages • By Euromonitor International

Pepsi-Lipton International has undertaken comprehensive marketing campaigns for its Lipton Ice Tea brand ever since its launch and marketing efforts have centred on television advertisements featuring the very popular Egyptian actor Ahmed Helmy. Spots in the campaign have adopted the theme of encouraging testing new things, because Egyptians...

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Feb 2017

RTD Tea in Lithuania

22 pages • By Euromonitor International

In 2016, for the eighth year in a row, RTD tea declined in both value and volume sales, in line with negative patterns evident since the very beginning of the economic crisis, which hit the country in 2008. During the economic downturn, consumers reduced or completely abandoned their consumption of RTD tea, which tends to be perceived as a...

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Feb 2017

Portugal in 2030: The Future Demographic

26 pages • By Euromonitor International

In 2030, the population of Portugal will reach 9.9 million, a decrease of 4.4% from 2015. Portugal’s negative population growth in 2015-2030 is the result of declining numbers of births due to the low fertility rate and decreasing numbers of women of childbearing age (15-49) in the population. Meanwhile, negative or relatively low net migration...

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Feb 2017

Energy Drinks in Egypt

23 pages • By Euromonitor International

The customer profile in energy drinks in Egypt is composed mainly of university students who consume energy drinks in order to stay awake during their study and exam sessions. Euromonitor International’s Energy Drinks in Egypt report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the market at a national level. It provides the...

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Feb 2017

Sports Drinks in Lithuania

19 pages • By Euromonitor International

Improving health-consciousness has encouraged Lithuanians to pay more attention to physical activities, with more people doing various sports on a regular basis, which also benefits the performance of sports drinks in the country. Sports drinks is increasing in popularity among local consumers thanks to improving awareness of the category....

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Feb 2017

Juice in Egypt

33 pages • By Euromonitor International

The major event in juice in Egypt during 2016 was Juhayna shifting its mainstream operations away from the production of nectars towards the manufacture of juice drinks. This move away from nectars towards juice drinks was undertaken with the aim of reducing the company’s costs as juice drinks contain lower amounts of juice concentrates. This...

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Feb 2017

RTD Coffee in Lithuania

19 pages • By Euromonitor International

The short summer season in Lithuania and the rather cold climate all year round keeps the demand for RTD coffee low, as the vast majority of people choose hot coffee instead. However, the introduction of Starbucks RTD coffee in 2015 benefited the development of the category, which has no strong brands and highly limited availability. Euromonitor...

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Feb 2017

Carbonates in Lithuania

27 pages • By Euromonitor International

Improving consumer incomes boosted the demand for more expensive carbonates sold under well-known brands in 2016, which raised the category’s retail value sales. In 2016, carbonates registered retail current value growth of 6% to reach EUR79 million, while retail volume sales rose by 2% to 76 million litres. Changing consumer preferences accelerated...

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Feb 2017

Bottled Water in Lithuania

26 pages • By Euromonitor International

The emerging health and wellness trend has highly benefited the performance of bottled water in Lithuania, with consumers switching from various sugarised soft drinks to bottled water in 2016. It has especially driven sales of still bottled water, which is perceived to be healthier than its carbonated counterpart and is usually used as a substitute...

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Feb 2017

Carbonates in Egypt

28 pages • By Euromonitor International

Other non-cola carbonates recorded the fastest growth rates in carbonates in Egypt in 2016. Players in the category have been making attempts to satisfy the rising demand for new tastes among Egyptian consumers by introducing innovative new flavours. Pomegranate was the most popular new flavour introduced by Schweppes and Frutz during the...

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Feb 2017

Concentrates in Egypt

25 pages • By Euromonitor International

The holy month of Ramadan is the peak season for sales of concentrates in Egypt as many social gatherings are held at this time of year, hosting large numbers of family and friends. Hence, hosts often seek to prepare large quantities of soft drinks in the most economical way possible. This makes concentrates the perfect choice as it is much...

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Feb 2017

Concentrates in Lithuania

24 pages • By Euromonitor International

In 2016 concentrates continued losing its appeal among Lithuanian consumers, recording a 7% decrease in current retail value sales to total EUR4 million. Due to the limited size of the category and little consumer interest in concentrates, companies are discouraged from investing in marketing and advertising activities, which makes it difficult...

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Feb 2017

Soft Drinks in Egypt

80 pages • By Euromonitor International

In recent years, Egypt has been witnessing an acute drop in growth in the travel and tourism industry. This has been one of the causes of the severe devaluation of the ongoing Egyptian pound which started towards the end of 2015. According to the Central Agency for Public Mobilisation and Statistics (CAPMAS), by July 2016 the number of inbound...

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Soft Drinks in Lithuania

75 pages • By Euromonitor International

On 1 February 2016 a deposit system was implemented in Lithuania for one-way packaging. All glass, metal and plastic packaging with a volume of less than three litres and more than one tenth of a litre is subject to a 10-euro-cents deposit, which is refunded when the packaging is brought to the deposit automats located in most modern grocery...

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Sports Drinks in Egypt

22 pages • By Euromonitor International

Sports drinks enjoys only limited popularity among Egyptian consumers and products in the category are not well marketed. In addition, sports drinks occupy very limited amounts of shelf space in retail outlets, making it hard for the category’s leading brands to attract the attention of consumers. Generally, sports drinks can only be found...

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Feb 2017

Near-Water: Profiling Growth Opportunities in Hydration Beverages

52 pages • By Euromonitor International

Bottled water is expected to be the fastest growing category in global packaged beverages over the next five years. Meanwhile, functional waters and plant waters have emerged as two of the fastest growing ‘enhanced’ water categories. As consumers seek lighter, healthier, replenishing drinks, there is a need for the industry to expand and balance...

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Feb 2017

Energy Drinks in Lithuania

20 pages • By Euromonitor International

Lithuanians’ increasing pace of life and their more hectic lifestyles boosted demand for energy drinks in 2016. After a steep decline in both value and volume sales in 2015, caused by a ban on sales to under-18s, in 2016 energy drinks witnessed a dramatic recovery, growing by 9% in retail volume terms and by 15% in current retail value sales....

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Feb 2017

RTD Coffee in Egypt

22 pages • By Euromonitor International

RTD coffee does not really appeal to the typical taste of Egyptian consumers. Egyptians are more accustomed to drinking hot coffee and this is the preferred morning drink of many. Coffee is a popular way to start the day or to provide a midday boost to energy levels and help consumers to continue with their working days. However, there is...

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Feb 2017

Why Household Insights Matter For Business Strategy

29 pages • By Euromonitor International

The household and the way consumers interact with their home ecosystem is evolving, driven by new product designs, evolving family types, and demographic trends. Segments ranging from appliances to healthcare and e-commerce are impacted by such shifts. Understanding the diverse and complex changes in households is vital for brands, in order...

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Feb 2017

Carbonates in New Zealand

33 pages • By Euromonitor International

After a strong performance in 2015 with new carbonates launches and product extensions, 2016 lacked lustre in new products, with companies focusing more on promoting current ranges. In particular, the major launches within low calorie cola carbonates with Coca-Cola Life and Pepsi Next continued to be marketed; however, sales experienced a...

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Feb 2017

Carbonates in Russia

36 pages • By Euromonitor International

Other non-cola carbonates posted 3% retail volume growth in 2016, which benefited the overall category as it slowed the pace of the decline that began the previous year. Growth in other non-cola carbonates was the result of both strengthening demand for juice-containing carbonates and for the traditional kvass drinks that were widely promoted...

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Feb 2017

Bottled Water in Russia

29 pages • By Euromonitor International

Demand for still bottled water quickly recovered in 2016 and determined the growth trend of the overall bottled water category in Russia. Still bottled water registered retail volume growth of 2% in 2016 compared with decline of 3% the previous year. Still bottled water in all formats continued to gain popularity: increasing consumer awareness...

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Feb 2017

Bottled Water in Turkey

32 pages • By Euromonitor International

In 2016, retail volume sales of bottled water continued to increase as a result of the low quality of the tap water in urban areas specifically, but also increasingly in rural areas, as many villages and small towns in the country no longer had access to spring water. This situation increased the demand for bottled water to drink and cook...

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Feb 2017

Hosiery in Turkey

20 pages • By Euromonitor International

In 2016 hosiery continued to register a positive performance, with current value growth of 6%, due to the increasing penetration of apparel and footwear specialist retailers, which led to an increasing shift from unbranded hosiery towards branded products. Nevertheless, due to the macroeconomic fluctuations the country experienced, which diminished...

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Feb 2017

Juice in Russia

34 pages • By Euromonitor International

In 2016, demand remained affected by significantly increased prices. Average unit price growth of 11% in current terms in 2016 followed an increase of 15% the previous year. Retail prices of juice were largely impacted by fluctuations in foreign exchange rates, as the majority of juice concentrates and fruits are imported. Also, the continued...

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Feb 2017

RTD Tea in the Czech Republic

28 pages • By Euromonitor International

Off-trade volume and current value sales of RTD tea both grew by 1% in 2016, reaching 51 million litres and CZK986 million. Sales benefited from a warm summer season in 2016, while slowly strengthening purchasing power and growing health-awareness also positively contributed. However, strong competition from carbonates, bottled water and liquid...

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Feb 2017

RTD Coffee in Russia

26 pages • By Euromonitor International

In 2016, prices of consumer goods in Russia calmed down after the jump of the previous year caused by huge depreciation of the ruble. This had a positive impact on consumer demand as the main products in RTD coffee in Russia were imported. Euromonitor International’s RTD Coffee in Russia report offers a comprehensive guide to the size...

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Feb 2017

RTD Coffee in New Zealand

28 pages • By Euromonitor International

New Zealanders in general appreciate milk-based coffee. This is reflected in coffee under hot drinks with the strong trend of milk-based latte coffee mixes. 70% of New Zealanders are believed to prefer tea and coffee with milk. Milk-based RTD coffee brands drive the overall RTD coffee category. Euromonitor International’s RTD Coffee...

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Feb 2017