Juice Market in Russia and Development Forecast for 2011-2014

14 Jul 2011 • by Natalie Aster

Reduction in income and significant increase of consumer prices in 2010 drove demand for cheaper juices and nectars. To prevent the risk of competition from illegal producers and private brands of affiliated retailers, large-scale businesses were forced to produce more low-price juices. As a result, at year-end 2010 producers’ price declined by 4%.

In 2010 there was an increase in juice production in comparison with 2009. More than 60% of juice was produced in Central Federal District. Moscow region came first in terms of volume of output. Key large-scale producers such as Wimm Bill Dan, Multon, Nidan-Gross etc. are located in the region.

Juice market in Russia is extremely concentrated. Top ten manufactures produce nearly 80% of locally produced drinks.

While the majority of market volume is dominated by the category “other fruit, vegetable and multifruit juices” (peach juice, citrus juice except orange and grapefruit juice), apple juice was ranked at the second position. Grape juice had the smallest market share.

The import share at the juice market is more than 17% in terms of quantity.  Share of exports in production volume is a little more than 1%.

According to Express-Obzor’s forecast, in 2011 the growth of juice market in Russia by 5% is expected as a result of the increase in demand.

Report Details:

Juice Market in Russia and Development Forecast for 2011-2014

Date: April 2011

Pages: 165

Price: US$ 1,950.00

The report provides you with the analysis of annual dynamics of the key market indicators (import / export / production / market size / consumption) to the year 2010, as well as market trends and major players. The report helps to estimate the juice market as well as to get a quantitative assessment of market changes.

For complete understanding of the market situation in every Russian region the report includes juice and nectar production pattern by federal districts and subjects of the Russian Federation. Production volume is analyzed both for different types of juices and federal districts.

Separate sections of the report provide information on juice export and import. Segmentation by exporting and importing countries as well as export and import prices is considered. Juice consumption and consumer prices dynamics are presented.

The last part of the report contains 12 leading manufactures’ profiles, including contact details, information about the management and major shareholders, authorized capital, number of employees, subsidiaries, operating and financial performances.

More information can be found in the report “Juice Market in Russia and Development Forecast for 2011-2014” by Express-Obzor.

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