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Hot Drinks in Jordan

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Hot drink has performed much better in 2021 than seen in 2020. After being negatively impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, hot drinks will recover in 2021, with consumers returning to their pre pandemic routines and the economy partially recovering. The easement of restrictions has also meant that foodservice establishments reopened, and on-trade...

  • Beverage
  • Jordan
  • Retail Revenue
  • Tea Sales

Hot Drinks in Kuwait

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Supply chain issues due to the COVID-19 pandemic and pressures created by low global oil prices had a negative impact on hot drinks in 2020 and 2021. The exodus of foreign workers due to Kuwaitisation and the pandemic also narrowed the consumer base for hot drinks. In particular, on-trade sales dipped as 35% of foodservice outlets closed permanently...

  • Beverage
  • Kuwait
  • Retail Revenue
  • Tea Sales

Hot drinks recorded strong growth in 2021 with other hot drinks, principally yerba mate and instant coffee, being the largest categories and main growth drivers. Despite a slowdown in the on-trade, the market benefited from at-home consumption in both 2020 and 2021. However, the economic consequences of the pandemic are having an impact on...

  • Beverage
  • Paraguay
  • Retail Revenue
  • Coffee Sales

The hot drinks market in El Salvador achieved higher growth in 2021 compared to 2020, experiencing some rebound despite the ongoing presence of COVID-19. Coffee remains by far the largest category thanks to local cultivation as well as the growing popularity of specialist coffee shops. While growth in modern grocery retailing is increasing...

  • Beverage
  • El Salvador
  • Retail Revenue
  • Tea Sales

Hot Drinks in Ghana

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Hot drinks in 2021: The big picture Hot 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 analysis...

  • Beverage
  • Ghana
  • Retail Revenue
  • Tea Sales

The functional beverages market is projected to reach US$ 145,146.05 million by 2028 from US$ million 85,728.85 in 2021; it is expected to grow at a CAGR of 7.8% from 2021 to 2028. Functional beverages are fortified with essential nutrients, such as protein, vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and probiotics, to offer health benefits.They...

  • Functional Drink
  • World
  • APAC
  • Health Expenditure
  • Milk Sales

Hot Drinks in Uganda

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Uganda is a major exporter of tea and coffee and these are by far the most popular categories of hot drinks. Demand for other hot drinks is low and confined to affluent urban dwellers. The wide availability of unpackaged tea presents challenges, with very small sachets of tea the only affordable packaged hot drinks option for low-income consumers....

  • Beverage
  • Uganda
  • Retail Revenue
  • Coffee Sales

Hot Drinks in Laos

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Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, steady economic growth and rising incomes continued to boost hot drinks sales in Laos. However, these trends have since been undermined by the pandemic. Nevertheless, more tea drinkers are switching to packaged tea as urbanisation increases, while the health and wellness trend is also driving growth for both...

  • Beverage
  • Laos
  • Retail Revenue
  • Coffee Sales

Unlike soft drinks, hot drinks responded well to the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, due to consumers spending more time at home and consumption opportunities rising. Likewise, due to lockdown and restrictions, foodservice establishments were forced to close which meant that consumption migrated to the home. Even though disposable incomes were...

  • Beverage
  • Cambodia
  • Retail Revenue
  • Tea Sales

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...

  • Beverage
  • Myanmar
  • Retail Revenue
  • Coffee Sales

Hot 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...

  • Beverage
  • Iraq
  • Retail Revenue
  • Tea Sales

During the pandemic, hot drinks category in general performed very well. Consumers’ increased time at home forced a shift from RTD drinks such as flavoured milk drinks and soft drinks to products in this category. The closure of foodservice outlets at points over the last two years of the review period also encouraged a shift from foodservice...

  • Beverage
  • Ecuador
  • Retail Revenue
  • Tea Sales

Hot Drinks in Panama

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Hot drinks returned to growth in 2021 after stagnating in 2020 due to the pandemic. Coffee remained the largest category and maintained growth while tea experienced a strong rebound after sales contracted in 2020. Once the pandemic recedes and the economy stabilises, a premiumisation trend will re-emerge due to a growing middle class, the...

  • Beverage
  • Panama
  • Retail Revenue
  • Tea Sales

Hot drinks are increasingly becoming part of family, social, and professional life in Bangladesh, as consumers of all ages and all socioeconomic classes drink hot drinks. The consumption of hot drinks has grown rapidly in recent years, driven by higher incomes (pre pandemic), urbanisation, the rising middle-class, and changing lifestyles....

  • Beverage
  • Bangladesh
  • Retail Revenue
  • Coffee Sales

Hot drinks in 2021: The big picture Hot Drinks in Honduras 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...

  • Beverage
  • Honduras
  • Retail Revenue
  • Coffee Sales

The health and wellness market looked set to see continued growth in Vietnam in 2021, in line with the general rise in consumer health consciousness, which has been bolstered by the experiences of the COVID-19 crisis. Health and Wellness in Vietnam report tracks the developments of health-associated product types and the healthy-option...

  • Packaged Food
  • Beverage
  • Vietnam
  • Retail Revenue
  • Sugar Consumption

Hot drinks in 2021: The big picture Hot Drinks in Tanzania 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...

  • Beverage
  • Tanzania
  • Retail Revenue
  • Coffee Sales

Hot Drinks in Latvia

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Hot drinks through retail channels benefitted from the pandemic and the 2020 lockdowns. In 2021, with society opening up, retail value sales and volume sales were slightly lower than in 2020. On the other hand, foodservice registered a very strong recovery after the dramatic slump in volume sales in 2020. In 2021, volume sales were higher...

  • Beverage
  • Latvia
  • Retail Revenue
  • Tea Sales

During the review period prior to the onset of the pandemic, retail volume sales of hot drinks were expanding at a robust rate, supported by urbanisation, population growth and a buoyant economy, but they were flat in 2020 (the category’s worst performance in a decade), as the economic shock of the pandemic made many Ivorians more price sensitive....

  • Beverage
  • Ivory Coast
  • Retail Revenue
  • Coffee Sales

Hot Drinks in Serbia

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Hot drinks benefitted from the pandemic in 2020, with retail value and volume growth, while foodservice registered a steep fall in volume sales. In 2021, with society opening up again, the picture was different. Foodservice registered a double-digit increase in volume sales, with sales being higher than before the pandemic. However, volume...

  • Beverage
  • Serbia
  • Retail Revenue
  • Coffee Sales

Hot 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...

  • Beverage
  • Qatar
  • Retail Revenue
  • Tea Sales

Hot Drinks in Angola

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Retail constant value sales (2021 prices) of hot drinks declined for the second year in a row in Angola during 2021, albeit at a much more modest pace than in 2020. The economic shock of the pandemic has led a significant number of local consumers to reduce their discretionary spending. This negative effect of this was compounded by a significant...

  • Beverage
  • Angola
  • Retail Revenue
  • Coffee Sales

Despite a global economic crisis due to COVID-19, which caused major interruptions to commercial activity in various sectors of the Tunisian economy, hot drinks will maintain positive rates in both retail volume and value growth. The link between Tunisian consumer and hot drinks products is very strong and these consumption habits have not...

  • Beverage
  • Tunisia
  • Retail Revenue
  • Coffee Sales

Following the stagnation in 2020, hot drinks sales saw minimal retail current value growth in 2021, while still stagnating in retail volume terms. Consumers were generally cautious spending on less essential food and beverages, which negatively affected the performance of hot drinks. The closure of foodservice establishments in early 2021...

  • Beverage
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Retail Revenue
  • Tea Sales

As lockdown measures were continuously enforced across the country in 2021, most notably affecting foodservice sales and business hours, consumers have spent the majority of their day working from home, in addition to leisure time in their living environments. Consequently, at- home consumption has increased demand through retail. Hot...

  • Beverage
  • South Africa
  • Retail Revenue
  • Tea Sales

Hot Drinks in Mexico

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Hot drinks witnessed a better performance in 2021 in total volume terms having seen a decline in 2020. While in retail volume terms sales of hot drinks remained relatively stable in 2020 and 2021, the big difference was seen in terms of foodservice sales. The foodservice channel was decimated by the outbreak of COVID-19 with outlets forced...

  • Beverage
  • Mexico
  • Retail Revenue
  • Tea Sales

In 2021, retail volume sales of hot drinks will continue to increase thanks to the extension of COVID-19 lockdowns and Turkish people continuing to stay at home, particularly during the first half of the year. There is a strong cultural tradition of consuming large amounts of tea daily (with Turkey having the highest per capita consumption...

  • Beverage
  • Turkey
  • Retail Revenue
  • Coffee Sales

In 2021, the COVID-19 crisis has continued to exert a considerable influence on the development of the hot drinks market in Austria. Retail has seen even more dynamic growth than in the previous year, driven in particular by demand for coffee, which has seen a marked rise in at-home consumption as a result of people spending more time at home...

  • Beverage
  • Austria
  • Retail Revenue
  • Coffee Sales

Hot Drinks in Greece

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) had a significant impact on shopping and consumption behaviours with regard to hot drinks in Greece. However, in terms of performance, hot drinks was one of the least affected areas of beverages in the wake of the pandemic. Nonetheless, retail volume and current value sales of coffee and tea grew strongly in 2020, while...

  • Beverage
  • Greece
  • Retail Revenue
  • Coffee Sales

The beverage processing equipment market is projected to grow from USD 20.4 billion in 2021 to USD 26.4 billion by 2026, recording a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 5.3% during the forecast period. Some of the major factors driving the growth are increase in alcohol consumption, growing demand for pasteurized milk and shift from semi-automatic...

  • Beverage
  • Industrial Equipment
  • World
  • APAC
  • Europe
  • Beverage Production
  • Beer Production