Beer and Cider

Beer and Cider

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    As drinkers feel unsteady about their finances, brands should flag quality cues and the end benefits of eco claims to prove value and stretch 0% ABV into health. Martin Pasco, Principal Analyst – Mintel Food & Drink ..."
    Innovation is mainly pivoting around new packaging and limited edition flavours, as low/no alcohol options gain share of launch activity. Mikolaj Kaczorowski, Innovation Analyst ..."

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    Despite beer's overall dominance in the wider alcoholic beverage market, well documented competition persists, eroding beer occasions among younger drinkers. While beer meets the needs for casual and social occasions affordably, to stay on top brands will need to adapt to changing tastes. Kamari Davis, Research Analyst, Food & Drink ..."
    Natural and better-for-you claims continue to grow in profile, while local and sustainable production are sought-after attributes. Mikolaj Kaczorowski, Innovation Analyst ..."
    As the cost of living makes drinkers more price-sensitive, brands can justify value by leveraging brand equity, BFY permissible cues and next-steps eco story. Martin Pasco, Global Analyst – Mintel Food & Drink ..."

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    “The affordability, versatility and social nature of beer is driving another strong year of category growth, though intensifying competition among brands. Near-term success is dependent on brands’ ability to align with the new era of drinking occasions, meet increasing flavor expectations and prove value through both cost savings and experience.” –..."
    Adults are seeking more variety, health and affordability from alcohol, complicating the road ahead for beer and cider. Jenny Zegler, Associate Director – Mintel Food & Drink ..."
    Low-calorie recipes and sustainable production methods are inspiring innovation as more brands react to the alcohol moderation trend. Mikolaj Kaczorowski, Innovation Analyst ..."
    Beer and cider will continue to be shaped by consumer health consciousness and sustainability priorities. eCommerce emerges as a retail channel to watch. Jenny Zegler, Associate Director - Mintel Food & Drink ..."
    The climate crisis has inspired a surge of sustainably produced beers and ciders, while zero-alcohol and-low calorie offerings are flourishing. Mikolaj Kaczorowski, Innovation Analyst ..."
    Global annual review: what's now and what's next for the beer and cider market. Jenny Zegler, Associate Director - Mintel Food & Drink ..."
    Global Annual Review: what's now and what's next for the beer and cider market. Jenny Zegler, Associate Director - Mintel Food & Drink ..."

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    “The rebounding on-premise channel and consumers’ eagerness to reconnect with friends and family reconciled 2020 pandemic loss in the beer category. However, the longer-term impact of the pandemic has yet to be felt, and brands must act to address societal shifts in how consumers are spending their time and money,..."
    “Functionality has been the most important driver to innovation in the non-alcoholic beverages market for the past decade, and consumer demand for drinks with added benefits has only increased during the pandemic. The number of adults consuming drinks with functional claims has risen over a year ago, as has the..."
    Beer in Canada by Mintel Market Sizes provides you with annual year-end market size data, most recently updated in 2020. This market covers all alcoholic and non-alcoholic beers. Market size is based on retail (off trade) and non-retail (on trade and food industry) sales. Market size for Beer in Canada..."
    “COVID-19 has dramatically changed Canadians’ drinking habits in the short term, though the same dynamics that had been evolving prior to the pandemic will likely remain in the years to come. When Canadians drink alcohol they are most likely to reach for beer. That said, on a per-capita basis, Canadians..."