Canadian Hot Drinks Market Analysed by Euromonitor in New Cutting-edge Report Now Available at MarketPublishers.com18 Mar 2015 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – As of 2014, Canada saw healthy growth in the value of hot drinks retail sales, which was mainly owing to fresh-ground coffee pods. Brewing machine development and retail support, increased consumer demand, in tandem with ongoing product innovations, are boosting the growth of fresh-ground coffee pods and the overall industry.
Hot drinks have seen a slew of improvements in tea, focused on local consumers’ actual preferences and key emerging trends. Leading specialist retailers such as David’s Tea are on the threshold of showcasing a considerable number of tea products on sale. Moreover, consumers’ growing preferences toward teas with health benefits has opened up novel opportunities.
Over the forecast period, fresh-ground coffee pods are projected to witness much slower retail sales growth, both in volume and value terms, which is due to high levels of domestic coffee consumption alongside limited growth of the country’s population.
New cutting-edge market research report “Hot Drinks in Canada” elaborated by Euromonitor International offers a comprehensive guide to the hot drinks market landscape in Canada, including an insightful analysis of its size and shape. The study provides the retail sales data for 2010-2014, which facilitates in identifying the major sectors driving the industry’s growth. It discusses the different factors (distribution, legislative, or pricing situation) impacting the sector, and also examines the competitive landscape and identifies the leading players and brands. The research study also includes distribution data, brand shares, and company shares. Furthermore, the outlook for the market’s development up to 2019 including forecasts is provided.
Hot Drinks in Canada
Published: March, 2015
Price: US$ 1,900.00
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