juice and juice drinks

Juice and Juice Drinks

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    Juice producers continue to focus on consumers' health and nutritional needs. Meanwhile, brands are innovating around cocktail flavours and novel ingredients. Mikolaj Kaczorowski, Innovation Analyst ..."
    Juice industry players will need to future-proof the juice category by focusing on child-friendly options, adventurous flavour/texture, and digital engagement. Tan Heng Hong, Senior Food & Drink Analyst ..."
    “Even as flavor and nutrition innovations elevate the familiar and reshape aisles, it is simplicity – juice’s longstanding draw – that remains an undercurrent of juice purchase. However, simple formulations don’t have to be limiting; juice’s fluid nature poises it to shift from wellness to enjoyment and between occasions with..."
    Juice producers are responding to growing interest in less-sweet flavours, while beverage concentrate brands adopt sugar reduction strategies. Amrin Walji, Senior Innovation Analyst ..."
    Help struggling consumers to energise, focus and relax, and dial up the indulgence. Julia Buech, Global Food & Drink Analyst ..."
    “Shifting consumer motivations for increased juice and juice drink purchase demonstrates the duality of the category as both a health tool, and a guilty pleasure. While consumers aren’t trying to deny their sugar problem and see the validity of juice and juice drinks in delivering quality nutrition, they’re more interested..."
    Immune-support claims continue to gain profile, while zero-sugar claims rise and brands target in-home mixologists. Amrin Walji, Senior Innovation Analyst ..."
    Juice innovation is addressing consumer concerns about sugar content, while meeting demand for nutrient-rich and fortified recipes. Stefania Apostol, Innovation Analyst ..."
    Engage consumers with smart nutrition, adult flavour adventures and green commitments. Julia Buech, Global Food & Drink Analyst ..."
    In the wake of COVID-19, juice brands will need to propel their functional health and affordable nutrition credentials. Julia Buech, Global Food & Drink Analyst ..."
    Global Annual Review: what's now and what's next for the juice and juice drinks market.Julia Buech, Global Food & Drink Analyst..."
    Global Annual Review: what's now and what's next for the juice and juice drinks market.Julia Buech, Global Food & Drink Analyst..."
    Juice in US by Mintel Market Sizes provides you with annual year-end market size data, most recently updated in 2021. This market covers all ambient and chilled liquid and frozen sales of fruit and vegetable pure juices, nectars, juice drinks and carbonated fruit juices i.e. which consumers can drink without..."
    “Over the last decade, the juice/juice drink category has suffered from an ongoing identity crisis of sorts, as factors like sugar and artificial ingredient content came to overshadow the nutritional value of these products. COVID-19 and subsequent lockdowns and limitations altered routines and led to a reprieve from steadily declining..."
    Juice in US by Mintel Market Sizes provides you with annual year-end market size data, most recently updated in 2020. This market covers all ambient and chilled liquid and frozen sales of fruit and vegetable pure juices, nectars, juice drinks and carbonated fruit juices i.e. which consumers can drink without..."
    Juice in Canada by Mintel Market Sizes provides you with annual year-end market size data, most recently updated in 2020. This market covers all ambient and chilled liquid and frozen sales of fruit and vegetable pure juices, nectars, juice drinks and carbonated fruit juices i.e. which consumers can drink without..."