Quarterly Beverage Tracker Second Quarter 2015: United States of America


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The economy grew by around 0.7% this quarter and unemployment continued on its downward trend. The strong dollar and a significant cut in expenditure by energy-related industries (as a result of the low oil price) meant that most manufacturing-related surveys point to a relatively weak quarter in terms of economic activity and investment.

Key Findings

 

1.1  At A Glance
1.2  Impact Of The Economic Situation
1.3  Highlights
1.4  Market Drivers
1.5  Market Trends
1.6  Soft Drinks
1.6.1 Packaged Water
1.6.2 Bulk/HOD Water
1.6.3 Carbonates
1.6.4 Juice
1.6.5 Nectars
1.6.6 Still Drinks
1.6.7 Squash/Syrups
1.6.8 Fruit Powders
1.6.9 Iced/RTD Tea Drinks
1.6.10 Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks
1.6.11 Sports Drinks
1.6.12 Energy Drinks
1.7  Alcoholic Drinks
1.7.1 Beer
1.7.2 Cider
1.7.3 Spirits
1.7.4 Wines
1.7.5 Other Alcoholic Drinks
1.8  Dairy Drinks
1.8.1 White Milk
1.8.2 Cultured Dairy Drinks
1.8.3 Flavored Milk
1.8.4 Other Liquid Dairy
1.8.5 Soymilk
1.8.6 Grain, Nut, Rice and Seed Milk Alternative Drinks
1.9  Hot Beverages
1.9.1 Hot Tea
1.9.2 Hot Coffee
1.10  Data Tables

 

Table 1: United States of America at a Glance - Quarterly Performance and Latest Forecast
Table 2: Impact Of The Economic Situation
Table 3: Commercial Beverage Market Trends - Million Liters, 2014-2015F
Table 4: Commercial Beverage Market Trends - Million Unit Cases, 2014-2015F
Table 5: Soft Drinks Market Trends - Million Liters, 2014-2015F
Table 6: Soft Drinks Market Trends - Million Unit Cases, 2014-2015F
Table 7: Carbonates Market Trends - Million Liters, 2014-2015F
Table 8: Carbonates Market Trends - Million Unit Cases, 2014-2015F

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