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Indian Packaged Fruit-Based Beverage Sector Analysed in In-demand Ken Research Private Study Published at MarketPublishers.com

06 Oct 2015 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – India’s packaged fruit-based beverage market registered over 21.6% CAGR during 2010-2014, with the growth having been stimulated by the increasing urbanisation, surging disposable income levels and booming middle class. Packaged fruit-based beverages are mainly consumed by the country’s urban population, specifically by the middle class and upper class segment. The rising disposable income levels and growing disease occurrences resulting from adherence to unhealthy lifestyles have greatly influenced the growth path of the market over the years. In 2014, the packaged fruit-based beverage market was principally held by the fruit drinks segment, followed by nectars and 100% juices. The fruit drinks revenue inclined over the period form 2010-2014, recording 20% CAGR.

India’s packaged fruit-based beverage market is poised to post exceptional growth in the offing, driven by lifestyle changes and urbanisation, increasing disposable income levels and an increase in monthly expenditures on health related drinks.

PepsiCo, Dabur, Coco-Cola India, Parle Agro are amid the leading players in the packaged fruit-based beverage market.

In-demand report “India Packaged Fruit-Based Beverages Industry Outlook to 2019 - 100% juices and Nectars to Drive Future Growth” created by Ken Research provides an in-depth analysis of the market size of India’s packaged fruit-based beverage industry, packaged 100% juice and nectar market, and packaged fruit drink market; market shares of top brands in the country’s 100% juice and nectar market; market shares of major key brands in India’s fruit drinks market. It provides market segmentation of the Indian packaged fruit-based beverage market based on 100% juices, nectars and fruit drinks, geographical demand, rural and urban demand, and distribution channel; market segmentation of the country’s packaged 100% juice and nectar market based on 100% juices and nectars, rural and urban demand, geographical demand, distribution channel and flavours; market segmentation of the national packaged fruit drink market based on rural and urban demand, demand across key geographies, distribution channel type and flavours. The study examines key trends and developments in the packaged fruit-based beverage industry; challenges and opportunities in the packaged fruit-based beverage industry. It reviews the competitive scene and offers detailed profiles of the top manufacturers of packaged fruit-based beverages in the country; and presents profiles of the major domestic cold pressed juice and juice bar players. Exhaustive forecasts of the national packaged fruit-based beverage market by revenue are at hand in the study, too.

Report Details:

India Packaged Fruit-Based Beverages Industry Outlook to 2019 - 100% juices and Nectars to Drive Future Growth
Date: May, 2015
Pages: 133
Price: US$ 1,100.00

More studies by the publisher can be found at Ken Research page.


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