Different Countries Cider Markets Explored in New Canadean Reports Published at MatrketPublishers.com09 Jan 2017 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Market Publishers Ltd. is very happy to inform that now you can find new cider market studies by Canadean in its online catalogue.
In Spain, the overall cider market grew in 2015 thanks to the improvement in the local economy. This positive trend enabled Spanish consumers to invest in premium brands. Growth of international brands was one of major factors that drove growth of the local market. Average prices for cider also went up.
In Australia, high temperatures led to an increase in the consumptions of beverages in the country; and cider demonstrated the same trend, as well. The performance of cider was strong in 2015; it outperformed other alcoholic drinks, mainly due to affordable prices and pleasant taste.
In Belgium, cider represented the only category of alcoholic beverages that prospered in 2015. It saw double-digit gains in terms of sales. It also witnessed a slightly augmented share in the local market. Product innovation formed the number one driver of this product’s consumption in 2016.
In New Zealand, there was a considerable increase in prices for cider in 2014. In 2015, nevertheless, the growth slowed down given the same trend that took place amongst imported brands. Yet it was impressive if compared to other alcoholic drinks.
Insightful research reports offer comprehensive examinations of the cider marketplace across a number of countries (some of them are mentioned above). The studies start with a detailed overview of the market context.
They proceed with detailed updates of each marketplace. The reports cover new products and their photo shots. The research studies contain valuable details on products’ pricing.
They throw light on historical consumption of this product over the recent years. The research reports also focus on import and export trends. The studies investigated the market competition. Driving forces are explored in the report, as well.
More new research studies by Canadean are available at its page.