The global outlooks of the legal market of cannabis are excellent. It is possible to simultaneously imagine dry law repeal and craft brewing boom but not in one but in several consumer categories. For alcohol is contained in liquids and cannabis derivatives can be in three physical forms. The value of legal market of cannabis and its products can reach 10% of the world beer market in five years, and in 2030-2040 even reach the same scope provided the current rates of legalization and development of market infrastructure remain at the same level. Cannabinoids are actively integrating into the food industry from chewing gum to beverages deforming the pharmaceutical and alcohol markets, they influence the trends of healthy lifestyle and beauty. ...
Beer market of Kazakhstan acquired both traits of East European countries and South Eastern Asia taking a transitional position between them by many criteria and consumption style. Yet there is a positive trend in beer production which differs Kazakhstan from most of the neighboring countries. The market has remained consolidated in the hands of two international players because of its small size. However, it faces dynamic processes such as fast growth of draft beer sales, up and downs of regional companies and Carlsberg Group’s ultimate expansion. Excessive mainstream segment has declined over the recent years, yet, Zhigulevskoe and national brands with regional links have yielded their positions to a range of new products. In our review special attention was paid to regional analysis of the markets. In 14 regions of Kazakhstan we compared the companies’ positions, the market price segmentation and DIOT channel development. Besides we have compared the beer market of Kazakhstan to neighboring countries. ...
Beer market of Russia 2018
- General market picture
- Foreign trade setting records
- Demography as challenge to branding
- Aged consumer
- Declining of youth brands
- Nostalgia on trend
- DIOT feels at home
- 5.0 Original is the new face of import
- Positions of Market Leaders
- Carlsberg Group
- AB InBev Efes
- AB InBev
Ukrainian beer market 2018
- Better than yesterday
- Performance by value
- Positions of Ukrainian brewers
Fruit flavoured beer is a new craze in Croatia
A mixture of alcoholic beverage, sugar and fruit juice (most often lemon), the new drinks are taking Croatians by storm, to the delight of manufacturers and traders.
The president of the Zagreb Hospitality Guild of Croatian Chamber of Trades and Crafts (HOK) Nenad Sepak says that the sales of these beverages have gone up 20 per cent in his catering facilities. This has affected negatively the consumption of juices, but Sepak believes that once the hype is over, fruit flavoured beer sales will stabilise at around seven per cent of the total beer sales.
The spokesperson for supermarket chain Mercator-H Lea Marcijus says their shelves are filled with all possible tastes currently available on the Croatian market.
In the last three months, the share of "Radlers" in their store's beer offering has grown by more than 12 per cent without apparent affects on other beers.
Rough estimates say that the fruit flavoured beer will earn around 330 million kunas (44 million Euros) of revenues for the beer industry estimated to rake in 3.3 billion kunas (443 million Euros).
But while many are excited about the possibilities that the new beverage seems to be offering, competition is fierce. Karlovac brewery has protected the trade mark “Radler” for its fruit flavoured beer from 2001 to 2021. But since “Radler” is a common name for a category of mixed beverages in Germany – the country of origin – Carlsberg Croatia has started the process of annulment for the protections they say are applied to a generic term common in Europe.
“There are numerous products that contain the name “Radler” on EU markets for purposes of specifying the category of drinks, the same as in Croatia,” says Ivana Tavra from Carlsberg Croatia that launched their Pan Radler.
Croatia is a significant exporter of beer with about 10 millin Euros of surplus over the last several years. Every 10th beer drunk in Croatia comes from imports. In 2010, Croatians drank 3,308 million hektolitres of beer. And although the last two years have seen a drop in consumption of 11.7 per cent, the first five months promise a recovery, with a registered increase of 4.3 per cent, daily Jutarnji List writes.
20 Июл. 2011