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Description

Description

Mintel’s Annual Overviews take a look back at 2016 and provide a detailed overview of the key issues faced by key categories through the year. Including; a full market overview, an in-depth review of the big stories from the year as well as our forecast for the future of these markets.

What's included

What's included

Table of contents

Table of contents

  1. Overview

        • Figure 1: Carbonated soft drinks, fastest/slowest growing markets, by total market compound annual growth rates, 2011-15
        • Figure 2: Carbonated soft drinks, top five markets, by retail market volume, 2016*
        • Figure 3: Carbonated soft drinks, top per capita consumption, by retail market volume, 2016*
        • Figure 4: Carbonated soft drinks, new product launches, top five countries, 2016
        • Figure 5: Carbonated soft drinks, new product launches, top five claims, 2016
        • Figure 6: Carbonated soft drinks, global market performance
    • The Big Stories

        • Consumer scrutiny about ingredients spurs new CSD formulations
          • Figure 7: Attitudes towards carbonated soft drink ingredients, any agree, select European countries, 2016
          • Figure 8: Sugar and sweeteners used in global CSD launches, 2012 and 2016
          • Figure 9: Prevalence of diabetes and related risk factors, select Middle East and African countries, 2016
        • Category faces threat of regulation from sweetened drink taxes*
          • Figure 10: Total market compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of carbonated soft drinks in countries with national sugar taxes, by volume, 2011-15
          • Figure 11: Total market size of carbonated soft drinks, by volume, Mexico, 2013-15
          • Figure 12: Changes in purchasing habits of carbonated soft drinks, Brazil, February 2016
          • Figure 13: Carbonated soft drink launches with low/no/reduced sugar claims, by % of launches, South Africa, 2012-16
          • Figure 14: Effects of the sugar tax on consumers’ behavior, UK, May 2016
        • Flavor innovations aim to recapture consumer interest in carbonated soft drinks
          • Figure 15: Top flavors (including blend) unordered in global carbonated soft drink launches, 2015/2016
          • Figure 16: Flavors of carbonated soft drinks consumed in the last month, select European countries, 2015
          • Figure 17: Consumers’ ideal carbonated soft drink flavors, us, april 2016
          • Figure 18: Attitudes towards carbonated soft drinks, select European countries, 2015
      • Notable Products

          • Leading carbonated soft drink companies roll out new twists on tradition
            • New takes on fruit flavors and a revival of an old brand mark innovations from large companies
              • Companies look to the produce aisle for inspiration for new fruit flavors
                • Familiar fruit flavors take new form in carbonated soft drink innovations
                  • Alterations in carbonation provide new experiences for carbonated drink fans
                    • Products provide new sensations through different carbonation
                    • Looking to the Future

                        • Consumers’ natural priorities increase the opportunity for juice as an ingredient
                          • Figure 19: Natural category claims made by global carbonated soft drink launches, 2016
                          • Figure 20: Attitudes toward natural carbonated soft drinks, select European countries, 2016
                        • Consumer interest in functional formulations offers innovation inspiration
                          • Figure 21: Top 5 functional claims made by global carbonated soft drink launches, 2016
                          • Figure 22: Attitudes toward functional formulations of carbonated soft drinks, Brazil, 2016
                          • Figure 23: Functional ingredients consumers would include in their ideal carbonated soft drink, US, 2016
                        • Companies turn to technology to connect with teens and young adults
                          • Figure 24: Brand repertoire behavior of popular food and drink categories, China, July 2015
                          • Figure 25: Top attributes associated with macro image of brands, UK, March 2016
                      • The Analyst’s View

                        About the report

                        This report will give you a complete 360-degree view of your market. Not only is it rooted in robust proprietary and high-quality third-party data, but our industry experts put that data into context and you’ll quickly understand:

                        • The Consumer

                          What They Want. Why They Want It.

                        • The Competitors

                          Who’s Winning. How To Stay Ahead.

                        • The Market

                          Size, Segments, Shares And Forecasts: How It All Adds Up.

                        • The Innovations

                          New Ideas. New Products. New Potential.

                        • The Opportunities

                          Where The White Space Is. How To Make It Yours.

                        • The Trends

                          What’s Shaping Demand – Today And Tomorrow.

                        Please Note: This is a sample report. All of the figures, graphs, and tables have been redacted.

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