International Food & Beverages Conference 2019

Oct 22-23

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The soft drinks concentrates market is projected to reach a value $34.76 billion by 2019.  The role of soft drink concentrates in beverages is essential to maintain the product taste as well as nutritive value.  The soft drinks concentrates market has witnessed large use apple, orange, grape, pineapple, mango and other flavors.

Orange and apple fruit concentrates accounted for a major share, in terms of value of the total non carbonated soft drink concentrates markets.

Europe formed the largest segment of the soft drink concentrate market in 2013.  The market here is projected to grow at a CAGR of 4.8% during the projected period.  North America was the second-largest market, due to an increase in the demand for processed food and beverage in the region.  The Asia-Pacific region is projected to see the fastest growth during the sale period.

Key players include: big red, cott, david berryman, dohler, dr pepper snapple, monster beverage, pepsico, royal cosun, royal crown cola company, the coco cola company.

 1.8 billion people will enter the consuming class by 2025, annually spending $30 trillion USD.

International ecommerce is a real opportunity to grow any business worldwide.  A recent Mckinsey study estimates that 1.8 billion people will enter the consuming class by 2025, annually spending $30 trillion or 50% of the world's current consumption.  And the broadening internet availability, buyers in developing--and even established--markets will have better access to businessess all over the world.

The most popular ecommerce categories are non consumable, durables and entertainment related products. Nielsen reports that almost half of global respondents in an online survey intend to purchase clothing or make airline or hotel reservations using an online device in the next six months.  Other categories growing in prominence for online shopping include ebooks, event tickets, sporting goods and toys (to name a few). Spending intentions for each have risen at a double digit or near double digit percentage-point rates since 2011.