London, UK (PRWEB) October 17, 2013
In spite of recessionary trends registered in the Indian economy, the country’s beverage market is likely to experience double-digit growth in 2013. The market owes its rapid expansion to a number of factors, including the swelling middle-class, increasing disposable incomes, changing lifestyles and rapid urbanization.
Currently, around 65 litres of hot drinks are consumed in India annually, whilst the country’s consumption of soft drinks in volume terms stands at just nearly 13 litres per year. The Indian beverage market is expected to witness a shift in consumption from hot to cold drinks in the near future, underpinned by the growing use of refrigeration units. Over the first three months this year, the soft drinks market in India grew by approximately 18% in comparison with the same period of 2012.
Topical research report “India Quarterly Beverage Tracker Report Q2 2013” elaborated by Canadean has been recently published by Market Publishers Ltd.
Title: India Quarterly Beverage Tracker Report Q2 2013
Published: September, 2013
Price: US$ 6,599.00
The report presents a comprehensive analysis of the performance of the beverage industry in India during Q2 2013. It contains a detailed review of commercial beverage consumption trends, provides consumption statistics, traces the recent market developments and characterizes economic climate in the country. The research study describes the current market landscape, examines the key factors influencing the market. Moreover, the report outlines prospects for the future development of the Indian beverage market.
The products covered in the study include: soft drinks, alcoholic drinks, dairy drinks and hot beverages.
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