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Historical, current and projected category volume, wholesale and retail dollar sales
Detailed breakouts and projections of product volume by package size and material size (on- and off-premise inclusive)
Consumer demographic profile data for beverage segment and key brands, plus ad expenditures by category and key brands for 18 key media break-outs
Regional all-sales channel inclusive data and projections
Quantification of organic market in each major beverage sector
Historical, current and projected flavor data, diet vs. regular statistics and so much more
This specific feature set describes BMC’s U.S. Beverage Category Reports. A U.S. Beverage Category Report is a comprehensive Market Report that covers a single major beverage category such as beer or carbonated soft drinks. This specific feature set does not apply to Topline Reports, Multiple Beverage Overview Reports or Global Market Reports or to Market Reports on emerging sectors such as coconut water, plant water or Sparkling Ice.

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In addition to Beverage Marketing Corporation's all-sales-channel historical and current market data, readers gain insight on industry trends and consumer-driven shifts in the marketplace, have access to BMC's exclusive 5 year market projections and much more.

BMC publishes more than 40 reports for those wanting to learn about groups of beverages (e.g. New Age, Wellness & Functional, etc.), individual beverage categories and beverage-related topics about the U.S. beverage industry. In addition, BMC publishes reports covering the Canadian multi-beverage marketplace, global multi-beverage, beer and bottled water industries. Our market research reports offer detailed statistical data, infographics and detailed analysis to fully give the reader an understanding of what is being covered. The result: BMC reports provide the statistical data you need and offer perspective on what it all really means.

Please browse the table of contents, sample data and summary of the individual report for a more detailed look at what that report provides its reader.

Beverage Marketing Corporation offers two types of reports:

Market Reports

These studies of one or more beverage categories range from brief 20-50 page studies to comprehensive reports of 125-500 or more pages. All cover multiple facets of their given scope that may include demographics, packaging, advertising and key corporations. Market Reports may offer an in-depth look at a single consumer goods sector, offer an overview of multiple categories or explore an emerging niche beverage segment or a timely issue driving consumer behavior or impacting the industry. Market Reports may focus a single country (most typically the U.S.), or offer a global view, detailing results on a country by country basis.

Topline Reports

Topline Reports are short studies of major beverage categories such as bottled water, carbonated soft drinks or beer. These concise executive summaries provide a brief overview of key category trends as well as key industry data including category volume, dollars, per capita consumption, key brand market shares and five year projections. These 20-40 page reports are ideal for entrepreneurs building a business plan, investors keeping an eye on one or more markets or ad agencies preparing for an account pitch or anyone who needs a quick read on a major beverage category. They are all priced at $995 each.

Who Can Benefit from BMC's Reports?

  • Top management, marketing, strategy, category management and new product development teams at beverage or snack food companies
  • Sales teams, business development and financial executives at supplier companies who need to understand their customers' and prospects' challenges and anticipate future demand
  • Corporate training and development professionals charged with ensuring deep domain expertise and knowledge of changing trends among existing employees and new hires
  • Industry advisors, ad agencies, management consultants and M&A advisors who need to quickly develop domain expertise in order to counsel their clients or develop strategic plans and tactics on their behalf
  • Investors, equity analysts, mortgage bankers and private equity firms who need to analyze market sectors and key industry players as part of their due diligence process
  • Entrepreneurs working on their business plans

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    • Beverage Packaging in the U.S. This report provides the latest data on the beverage packaging mix. It offers market insights as well as statistical break-outs by type and size (in units) for eleven beverage categories. The report covers beverage-packaging issues and trends by category and by beverage type.
      $4,995.00 2015 /425+ pages
    • Beverages 2016: What’s in Store This report offers a look at key categories and niche segments, offers perspective on the economic and societal trends driving the marketplace and more. Through colorful, data-rich slides, the presentation examines a broad range of beverage categories, with particular focus on the non-alcohol liquid refreshment beverage (LRB) market.
      $1,495.00 2016 /50+ pages
    • Beyond Obesity: The Quest for the Perfect Beverage Sweetener Beyond Obesity: The Quest for the Perfect Beverage Sweetener documents the decrease in total calories consumers have received from liquid refreshment beverages over time. It also discusses newly formulated sweeteners and blends, the industry’s obesity-fighting initiatives and responses to consumer and government concerns.
      $995.00 2015 /50+ pages
    • BMC's U.S. Beer Guide From the industry leader in beer insights and intelligence this report offers the most reliable data there is on domestic consumption and sales, capturing and analyzing the historical shifts in this massive market and placing them in a context that enables business planners and analysts as well as sales and marketing executives.
      $995.00 2016 /200+ pages
    • BMC's U.S. Spirits Guide A bible for sales and marketing strategies, featuring granular brand detail, retail price tier sales, expanded classification within categories, coverage of export/import, advertising, and demographic data, plus extended projections.
      $995.00 2016 /275+ pages
    • BMC's U.S. Spirits, Wine and Beer Guides From the industry leader in U.S. beverage market insights and intelligence these three new Guides offer the most reliable data available on domestic spirits, wine, and beer consumption and sales. Each captures and analyzes historical shifts and current directions in these trend driven markets. Data is expertly placed in a context that enables business planners, analysts as well as sales and marketing executives to plan successful paths to market.
      $2,485.00 2016 /3 reports, 200+ pages each
    • BMC's U.S. Wine Guide The most comprehensive resource of hard number competitive tools available, taken from BMC’s database of leading brand and company volumes and sales. Analysis and tracking of this evolving market’s changing tastes and new growth areas including varietals and regions with a spotlight on top performers.
      $995.00 2016 /245+ pages
    • Coconut and Plant Water in the U.S. This report from Beverage Marketing Corporation provides an overview of the market for coconut water as well as an introduction to the characteristics of the fledgling plant water category. It measures the overall category in terms of both volume and wholesale dollar sales. The report also covers particular coconut and plant water brands, profiling the companies behind them and the innovations or novelties they achieved. The report describes the issues likely to determine what's next in the U.S. coconut and plant water marketplace and projects its probable size five years into the future.
      $1,495.00 2016 /60+ pages
    • Contract Packing Directory Database The Excel-based Contract Packing Directory Database surveys more than 170 contract packers. It is also available in Access or .csv formats. This database can be used as the basis for a contact management system. Fields of information can be easily added as required by the user.
      $4,995.00 2015 /Excel
    • Do-It-Yourself Beverages Do-It-Yourself Beverages examines several segments of the do-it-yourself beverage market in the U.S. The report begins with an overview of the trends driving the do-it-yourself (DIY) beverage market. It then analyzes various segments of this market in terms of the companies behind them and the innovations and novelties they have achieved.
      $1,495.00 2014 /35+ pages
    • Going Raw: Live Beverages Going Raw: Live Beverages profiles two new segments in the non-alcoholic beverage business that are displaying fantastic growth. The report – part of Beverage Marketing’s ongoing Focus Report series – begins with an overview of what live beverages are and why their viability was even considered.
      $995.00 2014 /30+ pages
    • Hard Cider in the U.S. The inaugural edition of Hard Cider in the U.S. examines a small but dynamic sector of the beverage alcohol marketplace and offers perspective on this emerging sector in the context of the larger U.S. beer market.
      $1,495.00 2014 /25+ pages
    • Organic Beverages in the U.S. This report provides background information about the burgeoning, increasingly mainstream organic industry with consideration of current and ongoing trends and issues. It explores the growing subset of beverages made with ingredients produced according to organic principles and standards. It also breaks the organic beverage industry down, providing current and historical data for ten beverage categories.
      $4,595.00 2014 /135+ pages
    • Premium Carbonated Soft Drinks in the U.S. Premium Carbonated Soft Drinks in the U.S examines a niche segment of the CSD category in the U.S. The report begins with an overview of the broader CSD market and then delves into what makes premium CSDs a separately considered subsegment. It then analyzes various segments of this market in terms of the companies behind them and the innovations and novelties they have achieved.
      $1,495.00 2014 /35+ pages
    • Snack Food in the U.S. Snack Food in the U.S. covers all segments of the diverse packaged snack food industry, from salty to sweet and everything in between, examining market trends and recent industry developments.
      $2,995.00 2014 /225+ pages
    • The Futures Report - What's Ahead for Beverages This report offers a comprehensive outlook for the U.S. beverage marketplace, covering all key beverage categories and addressing their respective futures. It provides reliable detailed data and sheds light on various aspects of the market through analysis of the key market drivers likely to have the greatest impact on category performance in the near-term future.
      $4,995.00 2014 /200+ pages
    • The Global Beer Market The Global Beer Market delves into the increasingly consolidated international market, providing a comprehensive look at the brewers and their brands, marketing strategies, joint ventures, contract brewing relationships, among other topics, throughout the six major regions of the world.
      $4,995.00 2015 /450+ pages
    • The Global Bottled Water Market The Global Bottled Water Market offers an in-depth look at the category, companies and brands shaping the international market for packaged water and the drivers impacting current and anticipated growth through 2020.
      $4,995.00 2015 /250+ pages
    • The Sparkling Ice Phenomenon: Can It Be Replicated? The Sparkling Ice Phenomenon: Can It Be Replicated? examines a rapidly growing hybrid of the CSD and bottled water categories in the U.S. The report begins with an overview of the sweetened sparkling water market. It then analyzes various brands in this market and the companies behind them, taking note of innovations and novelties they have achieved.
      $1,195.00 2015 /25+ pages
    • U.S. Alcohol Beverage Trend Analysis This graphically impactful PowerPoint presentation uses the total U.S. beverage market and economic trends as the jumping off point for an in-depth analysis of trends in the beer, wine and distilled spirits sectors, with looks at everything from volume and growth to market drivers and expectations for high interest alcohol sectors.
      $1,495.00 2016 /30+ pages
    • U.S. Beer through 2019 This report addresses industry developments and issues of interest to beer marketers, advertising executives, industry suppliers, financial analysts and anyone else with a special interest in the beer market.
      $4,995.00 2015 /500+ pages
    • U.S. Beer Topline U.S. Beer Topline, a report from Beverage Marketing Corporation, provides a concise overview of the U.S. beer market as well as key data and five year forecasts. It covers regional markets, categories, distribution channels, quarterly growth, packaging and projections. This report is ideal for investors, entrepreneurs requiring statistics for their business plan, ad agencies preparing an account pitch or anyone who needs a quick view of the beer sector.
      $995.00 2015 /40 pages
    • U.S. Beverage Retail Sales Channel Analysis U.S. Beverage Retail Sales Channel Analysis provides a comprehensive overview of non-alcohol liquid refreshment beverage sales through various sales channels. It offers data and discussion related to the LRB market, as well as discussion of distribution channel-specific issues and analysis of the route to market for various beverage segments.
      $4,995.00 2013 /175+ pages
    • U.S. Bottled Water through 2019 U.S. Bottled Water through 2019 surveys the domestic landscape of the soon-to-be leading beverage category, with volume, retail dollar, wholesale dollar and per capita consumption figures.
      $4,995.00 2015 /300+ pages
    • U.S. Bottled Water Topline U.S. Bottled Water Topline from Beverage Marketing Corporation provides a brief overview of the bottled water category with key data and five year forecasts. Perfect for investors, entrepreneurs requiring statistics for their business plan, ad agencies preparing an account pitch or anyone who needs a quick view of the bottled water sector.
      $995.00 2015 /40+ pages
    • U.S. Candy Market Trends U.S. Candy Market Trends focuses on the changing candy landscape, providing a concise look at the demand for various types of candy and their respective outlooks for future growth. It offers analysis of leading candy producers plus all-sales-channel inclusive data to provide a total market perspective.
      $695.00 2012 /30+ pages
    • U.S. Carbonated Soft Drinks through 2019 U.S. Carbonated Soft Drinks through 2019 provides a comprehensive view into the leading beverage category, backed by volume, retail dollar, wholesale dollar and per capita consumption figures.
      $4,995.00 2015 /400+ pages
    • U.S. Carbonated Soft Drinks Topline U.S. Carbonated Soft Drinks Topline from Beverage Marketing Corporation provides a brief overview of the carbonated soft drinks category with key data and five year forecasts. Perfect for investors, entrepreneurs requiring statistics for their business plan, ad agencies preparing an account pitch or anyone who needs a quick view of the carbonated soft drinks sector.
      $995.00 2015 /35+ pages
    • U.S. Coffee through 2019 U.S. Coffee through 2019 examines the total U.S. coffee market, with coverage of ready-to-drink (RTD), specialty, Fairtrade and organic coffee. It provides perspective on the market and its many facets, providing wholesale and retail sales as well as volume and per capita consumption
      $3,995.00 2015 /200+ pages
    • U.S. Coffee Topline U.S. Coffee Topline from Beverage Marketing Corporation provides a brief overview of the coffee category with key data and five year forecasts. Perfect for investors, entrepreneurs requiring statistics for their business plan, ad agencies preparing an account pitch or anyone who needs a quick view of the coffee sector.
      $995.00 2015 /30+ pages
    • U.S. College Student Beverage Consumption and Attitudes This report analyzes the beverage preferences and consumption habits of Gen Z college students. Attitudes of these young millennial consumers on various beverages, flavors, packaging, health issues, and more are presented and the group’s impact on future beverage market trends are discussed.
      $1,495.00 2016 /170+ pages
    • U.S. Craft Beer through 2019 This report addresses industry developments and issues of interest to beer marketers, advertising executives, industry suppliers, financial analysts and anyone else with a special interest in the beer market.
      $3,995.00 2015 /225+ pages
    • U.S. Craft Beer Topline U.S. Craft Beer Topline, a report from Beverage Marketing Corporation, provides a concise overview of the U.S. specialty beer market as well as key data and five year forecasts. It covers segments, regional markets, packaging and projections. This report is ideal for investors, entrepreneurs requiring statistics for their business plan, ad agencies preparing an account pitch or anyone who needs a quick view of the craft beer sector.
      $995.00 2015 /35+ pages
    • U.S. Dairy Alternative Beverages through 2019 U.S. Dairy Alternative Beverages through 2019 presents comprehensive coverage of the various components of the non-dairy, plant-based beverage market. It covers dairy alternatives made with soy, coconuts, rice, hemp, flax and other ingredients, discussing trends driving segment growth and innovation.
      $3,995.00 2015 /150+ pages
    • U.S. Dairy Alternative Beverages Topline U.S. Dairy Alternatives Topline from Beverage Marketing Corporation provides a brief overview of the dairy alternatives category with key data and five year forecasts. Perfect for investors, entrepreneurs requiring statistics for their business plan, ad agencies preparing an account pitch or anyone who needs a quick view of the dairy alternatives sector.
      $995.00 2015 /25+ pages
    • U.S. Energy Drinks through 2019 U.S. Energy Drinks through 2019 offers an in-depth look at the category, companies and brands shaping the energy drink market and the market drivers impacting current and anticipated growth through 2019.
      $3,995.00 2015 /150+ pages
    • U.S. Energy Drinks Topline U.S. Energy Drinks Topline from Beverage Marketing Corporation provides a brief overview of the energy drinks category with key data and five year forecasts. Perfect for investors, entrepreneurs requiring statistics for their business plan, ad agencies preparing an account pitch or anyone who needs a quick view of the energy drinks sector.
      $995.00 2015 /20+ pages
    • U.S. Fruit Beverages through 2019 U.S. Fruit Beverages through 2019 surveys the landscape of this stalwart beverage category, with volume, retail dollar, wholesale dollar and per capita consumption figures
      $4,995.00 2014 /400+ pages
    • U.S. Fruit Beverages Topline U.S. Fruit Beverages Topline from Beverage Marketing Corporation provides a brief overview of the fruit beverage category with key data and five year forecasts. Perfect for investors, entrepreneurs requiring statistics for their business plan, ad agencies preparing an account pitch or anyone who needs a quick view of the fruit beverage sector.
      $995.00 2014 /30+ pages
    • U.S. Milk and Dairy Beverages through 2019 This report addresses industry developments and issues of interest to milk processors and marketers, advertising executives, industry suppliers, financial analysts and anyone else with a special interest in the U.S. milk market.
      $3,995.00 2015 /225+ pages
    • U.S. Milk Topline This U.S. milk industry research report from Beverage Marketing Corporation includes data on fluid milk production, consumption, flavors, distribution and packaging. To round out its U.S. milk research findings, BMC’s concise U.S. milk industry report also projects the market five years in to the future.
      $995.00 2015 /35+ pages
    • U.S. New Age Beverages through 2019 U.S. New Age Beverages through 2019 delves into 12 non-alcoholic beverage categories that populate the domestic landscape. It offers volume, retail dollars, wholesale dollars and per capita consumption are offered, as well as a look at the protean market by region and distribution channel.
      $4,995.00 2015 /350+ pages
    • U.S. Quarterly Category Volume and Wholesale Dollar Reports U.S. Quarterly Category Volume and Wholesale Dollar Reports provide concise spreadsheets to help busy professionals compare quarterly market shifts at a glance and quickly access Beverage Marketing’s year-end expectations for a broad range of segments. The annual set includes four reports for the year.
      $995.00 2015 /Excel
    • U.S. Ready-to-Drink Tea through 2019 U.S. Ready-to-Drink Tea through 2019 offers an in-depth look at the category, companies and brands shaping the ready-to-drink tea market and the market drivers impacting current and anticipated growth through 2019. It provides perspective on the segment and its many facets, providing sales and volume statistics including total-market retail dollar sales, wholesale dollar data and volume data.
      $4,995.00 2015 /250+ pages
    • U.S. Ready-to-Drink Tea Topline U.S. Ready-to-Drink Tea Topline from Beverage Marketing Corporation provides a brief overview of the ready-to-drink tea category with key data and five year forecasts. Perfect for investors, entrepreneurs requiring statistics for their business plan, ad agencies preparing an account pitch or anyone who needs a quick view of the ready-to-drink tea sector.
      $995.00 2015 /35+ pages
    • U.S. Single-Serve Fruit Beverages Topline U.S. Single-Serve Fruit Beverages Topline from Beverage Marketing Corporation provides a brief overview of the single-serve fruit beverages category with key data and five year forecasts. Perfect for investors, entrepreneurs requiring statistics for their business plan, ad agencies preparing an account pitch or anyone who needs a quick view of the single-serve fruit beverages sector.
      $995.00 2015 /20+ pages
    • U.S. Sports Beverages through 2019 U.S. Sports Beverages through 2019 offers an in-depth look at the category, companies and brands shaping the sports beverage market and the market drivers impacting current and anticipated growth through 2019. It provides perspective on the segment and its many facets, providing sales and volume statistics including total-market retail dollar sales, wholesale dollar data and volume data.
      $3,995.00 2015 /140+ pages
    • U.S. Sports Beverages Topline U.S. Sports Beverages Topline from Beverage Marketing Corporation provides a brief overview of the sports beverage category with key data and five year forecasts. Perfect for investors, entrepreneurs requiring statistics for their business plan, ad agencies preparing an account pitch or anyone who needs a quick view of the sports drink sector.
      $995.00 2015 /20+ pages
    • U.S. Value-Added Water through 2019 U.S. Value-Added Water through 2019 assesses the historical and current state of the value-added water market and provides a look forward at category expectations through 2019.
      $2,995.00 2015 /140+ pages
    • Up-and-Coming Beverage Categories and Companies in the U.S. Up-and-Coming Beverage Categories and Companies in the U.S. provides an overview of 19 fledgling beverage segments, some of which are poised to become the next big thing. The entrepreneurial brands that comprise the burgeoning beverage categories are anchored in the context of more-established beverage market.
      $3,995.00 2015 /250+ pages

Why choose Beverage Marketing Corporation Reports?

Beverage Marketing Corporation's market reports set the beverage industry standard for reliable data and insightful analysis. Count on our more than 40 years of experience and deep understanding of the industry to provide you with the most reliable data and crystal clear total market insight available anywhere.

Our reports are all-sales-channel inclusive, so you get a complete picture of the true size of the beverage marketplace covering multiple facets within their given topic.

 Unparalleled U.S. beverage industry expertise from BMC’s 40-plus years tracking and analyzing the U.S. beverage market

 Benefit from our unsurpassed relationships with key decision makers throughout the beverage industry

 The most reliable, granular total U.S. market data in the industry BMC offers depth of data and analysis you won't find anywhere else

Compare BMC Against Our CompetitorsBMC Market Reports
Historical, current and projected category volume, wholesale and retail dollar sales
Detailed breakouts and projections of product volume by package size and material size (on- and off-premise inclusive)
Consumer demographic profile data for beverage segment and key brands, plus ad expenditures by category and key brands for 18 key media break-outs
Regional all-sales channel inclusive data and projections
Quantification of organic market in each major beverage sector
Historical, current and projected flavor data, diet vs. regular statistics and so much more
This specific feature set describes BMC's U.S. Beverage Category Reports. A U.S. Beverage Category Report is a comprehensive Market Report that covers a single major beverage category such as beer or carbonated soft drinks. This specific feature set does not apply to Topline Reports, Multiple Beverage Overview Reports or Global Market Reports or to Market Reports on emerging sectors such as coconut water, plant water or Sparkling Ice.

Beverage Marketing Corporation offers a total market view

Beverage Marketing Corporation’s market reports offer total market, all-sales-channel inclusive data and key distribution channel break-outs. BMC provides you with a total view of the market. No matter where a beverage is sold or consumed, it's in our market totals. Plus, we give you key channel break-outs so trends are in perspective. Whether you use our reports as a stand-alone resource or to augment the scanner data you also purchase, BMC provides the total picture you need to truly grasp the trends and take advantage of market opportunities.

Methodology-U.S. Reports

Beverage Marketing Reports are made up of primary research conducted by Beverage Marketing analysts enhanced with comprehensive additional research and analysis.

As industry experts with more than 40 years' experience, we believe that the most value can be gained not through simple tabulation of raw data, but by analyzing, interpreting and carefully filtering the data through the prism of industry expertise. Every year, Beverage Marketing conducts comprehensive interviews with key industry executives, discussing trends and issues affecting the industry. Moreover, extensive research of leading and second-tier players and their respective bottlers and distributors is conducted in each market segment to analyze their impact on the total beverage universe. Information obtained in these discussions enables the BMC staff to quantify and analyze the scope of each market segment. Our ability to obtain this data as well as subjective interpretations from leading companies results from years spent building relationships, which of course have trust and integrity as the cornerstone.

Data from the company's exclusive BMCDrinkTell™ database coupled with comprehensive secondary research, using a variety of sources, augments this information, providing a basis upon which to probe the more timely issues in each market segment.

From a select group of companies, we survey a statistically relevant sample base to determine the following:

  • Sales Volume
  • Wholesale Dollar Sales
  • Retail Dollar Sales
  • Market Share
  • Growth
  • Packaging (materials and sizes)
  • Advertising/Marketing
  • Distribution
  • Regional Trends
  • Leading Companies
  • Leading Brands
  • Demographics
  • Projections

Beverage Marketing's approach to the marketplace, which emphasizes total-market, all-channel-inclusive data (from grocery to foodservice to convenience stores to Wal-Mart to club stores to vending, etc.), is supplemented with information from Scarborough Research for demographic data and Kantar Media for advertising expenditure data.

Methodology for Global Reports

Beverage Marketing's global market reports contain up-to-date statistics and analysis based on data gathered from a variety of sources.

Beverage Marketing bases its original research and analysis on information from industry executives from leading companies (see U.S. Methodology Statement for additional detail) and from trade and research organizations such as Productschap voor Gedistilleerde Dranken/Commodity Board for the Distilled Spirits Industry (Netherlands), Office International de la Vigne et du Vin (OIV) and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO).

  • For population statistics, Beverage Marketing uses data from the U.S. Census Bureau as well as the UN
  • The company supplements information culled from primary sources with additional information gathered from databases such as Factiva, newspapers such as the New York Times and Wall Street Journal, and beverage industry trade publications.

Beverage Marketing makes every effort to produce reports on the international marketplace that are as comprehensive, accurate and timely as possible. It analyzes data for more than 200 countries, territories and areas for each report.

  • In some cases, for reasons of space, countries with no significant, if any, production or consumption of a given beverage type are not listed in the exhibits of volume, share and growth data.
  • However, in those chapters of The Global Multiple Beverage Marketplace where both production and consumption data are shown, a country is included in both sets of exhibits even if it only has a significant presence in one area. For instance, many countries consume notable quantities of coffee but produce little or none themselves.
  • United Nations designations are used throughout the reports. (The presentation of this material does not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever concerning the legal status of any country, area or territory or of its authorities, or concerning the delimitations of its frontiers.)

Information on beverages derived from primary agricultural commodity crops (e.g., coffee and tea) was calculated using production as well as import and export data from both the FAO and the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

  • With these beverages, consumption was calculated by adding together production and import figures and subtracting exports, with adjustments made for inventory stocks.
  • The chapters on coffee and tea include statistics on both dry weight of beans and leaves as well as estimates of liquid equivalents.
  • Although import and export data were used to determine each countries' consumption of coffee and tea, only production and consumption (and related share and growth data) are displayed in the chapters.
  • Imports and exports play less of a role in the milk market. In the chapter on milk, total milk production is documented and estimates are presented on how much of that milk is consumed in fluid form.
  • Reports on particular beverage categories, such as The Global Beer Market and The Global Bottled Water Market, use data from beverage companies participating in the categories as well as trade groups and suppliers.
  • For population statistics, Beverage Marketing uses data from the U.S. Census Bureau as well as the UN.
  • The company supplements information culled from primary sources with additional information gathered from databases such as Factiva, newspapers such as the New York Times and Wall Street Journal, and beverage industry trade publications.

Beverage Marketing makes every effort to produce reports on the international marketplace that are as comprehensive, accurate and timely as possible. It analyzes data for more then 200 countries, territories and areas for each report.

  • In some cases, for reasons of space, countries with no significant, if any, production or consumption of a given beverage type are not listed in the exhibits of volume, share and growth data.
  • However, in those chapters of The Global Multiple Beverage Marketplace where both production and consumption data are shown, a country is included in both sets of exhibits even if it only has a significant presence in one area. For instance, many countries consume notable quantities of coffee but produce little or none themselves.
  • United Nations designations are used throughout the reports. (The presentation of this material does not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever concerning the legal status of any country, area or territory or of its authorities, or concerning the delimitations of its frontiers.

Information on beverages derived from primary agricultural commodity crops (e.g., coffee and tea) was calculated using production as well as import and export data from both the FAO and the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

  • With these beverages, consumption was calculated by adding together production and import figures and subtracting exports, with adjustments made for inventory stocks.
  • The chapters on coffee and tea include statistics on both dry weight of beans and leaves as well as estimates of liquid equivalents.
  • Although import and export data were used to determine each countries' consumption of coffee and tea, only production and consumption (and related share and growth data) are displayed in the chapters.
  • Imports and exports play less of a role in the milk market. In the chapter on milk, total milk production is documented and estimates are presented on how much of that milk is consumed in fluid form.
  • Reports on particular beverage categories, such as The Global Beer Market and The Global Bottled Water Market, use data from beverage companies participating in the categories as well as trade groups and suppliers.

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I have questions that are not fully answered in the tables of contents and sample data provided. Who do I talk to if I prefer to discuss the report, find out more about it and speak to a live person?

Call Charlene Harvey at 212-688-7640 ext. 1962 or e-mail her at charvey@beveragemarketing.com. She will be happy to help you determine which report(s) or other services will best meet your needs

I don't see what I need in the online shop. What other products and services does Beverage Marketing Corporation offer that might suit my specific needs?

Beverage Marketing Corporation offers custom research and management consulting services in addition to DrinkTell™, our proprietary database with market forecasts, that allows users to create their own customized reports from any device. To inquire about custom research or DrinkTell™ contact Charlene Harvey at 212-688-7640 ext. 1962 or charvey@beveragemarketing.com. For more information on the management consulting services, please email us at consulting@beveragemarketing.com.


About BMC:

How long has Beverage Marketing Corporation been in business?

Founded in 1972, Beverage Marketing Corporation has been serving the beverage industry for more than 40 years. We pride ourselves on our strong relationships within the industry, our unparalleled access to industry leaders and our reliable total market, all-sales-channel-inclusive data. We offer reports, custom research, consulting and advisory services to the beverage industry.