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General Non-Alcoholic Drink Market Research Reports-Consumer Behaviour analysis -Market trends

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  1. Beverage Packaging Trends - US - January 2017

    61% of US adults aged 22+ purchase alcohol for off-premise consumption. While dollar sales in most alcohol segments are on the rise, securing appeal in a competitive marketplace requires aligning with consumer preferences. Two thirds of alcohol buyers indicate paying attention to package format, ...

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    Consumer Report
    January 2017
    US
  2. Fruit Juice, Juice Drinks and Smoothies - UK - November 2016

    “Concerns around sugar continue to plague the category. While fruit juice is struggling under this pressure, the launch of no added or low sugar products and varieties claiming functional benefits appear to be helping fruit juice and smoothies. Unease around artificial sweeteners however, remains ...

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    Consumer Report
    November 2016
    UK
  3. Soft Drinks - Ireland - November 2016

    “2016 was a good year for on-trade sales of soft drinks, particularly carbonates as improving consumer sentiment saw greater out-of-home spending on leisure activities. However, consumer concerns about sugar have continued to grow and with looming taxation of sugary carbonates this will make ...

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    November 2016
    Ireland
  4. Juice and Juice Drinks - US - October 2016

    “Like other non-alcoholic beverage leaders, including CSDs and dairy milk, the category is losing share to other beverage types that offer flavor variety and functional innovation, some with lower sugar/calorie totals. The importance of diversifying consumption occasions can be seen in the growth ...

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    October 2016
    US
  5. Carbonated Soft Drinks - UK - June 2016

    “The sugar tax is likely to have a severe impact on CSD sales in 2018, and as such is the single biggest challenge facing the industry. However, drinkers’ inclinations to switch to low-sugar versions and the strength of consumer demand for action on the sugar issue suggest that companies seen as ...

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    June 2016
    UK
  6. Cordials and Squashes - UK - April 2016

    “Health and naturalness will remain important sales drivers in the market in the coming years. Innovating with plant-derived sweeteners and using the ‘no added sugar’ claim should be an effective way for brands to promote their health credentials.”
    – Chris Wisson, Senior Drinks Analyst

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    Consumer Report
    April 2016
    UK
  7. Innovations in Soft Drinks - Ireland - November 2015

    “The soft drinks industry has seen a period of strong innovation, with low-calorie and sugar trends helping to drive the market. Moving forward, with more pressure being exerted on the industry over the sugar content of some drinks, this will likely see companies doing more to reformulate their ...

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    November 2015
    Ireland
  8. Attitudes towards Premium Soft Drinks - UK - February 2015

    "Sugar attracted negative media coverage in 2014, also affecting soft drinks. That half of premium soft drinks users are interested in reduced sugar versions of these signals room for growth in this area."

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    Consumer Report
    February 2015
    UK
  9. Fruit Juice, Juice Drinks and Smoothies - UK - November 2014

    "Consumer concerns about the high sugar content of fruit juices and smoothies are reflected in the continuing decline in volume sales. However, the openness among consumers to steps that would reduce the sugar content of such drinks suggests scope for the market to engage with health-conscious ...

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    Consumer Report
    November 2014
    UK
  10. Carbonated Beverages - Ireland - November 2013

    “Moving forward the key challenge faced by the carbonated beverages industry will be meeting the expectations of health-conscious consumers, as many still associate carbonates with being unhealthy. Looking forward, it is likely that the market will see a strong level of innovation in the diet ...

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    November 2013
    Ireland
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