London, UK (PRWEB) January 10, 2014
The volume gap between nectars and pure juice is constantly tightening given the sustained growth of demand for nectars, driven by such benefits of the product as lower sugar content, reasonable prices, reduced acidity levels, and a wider flavor range. Thus, in 2003, the pure juice sector was twice as large as the nectars category, but by 2012, it became larger by just 30%. In 2012, the carton was the most preferred pack type, accounting for nearly 47% of the total market. However, carton packaging has been gradually losing its share to bottles since 2007. In 2012, nearly two thirds of total juice volume was ambient, one third was chilled, with only 1% being frozen. In the same year, orange ranked as the top flavour choice, accounting for around 44% of juice volume. It was followed by the apple juice.
The demand for juice in the developing countries will likely witness a positive growth spurred by rising health awareness and also by the increasing interest in the Western lifestyle.
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