Delhi, India (PressExposure) April 17, 2009 -- According to our new research report, âChile Food and Beverages Market Outlook to 2013â, soft drink sales in Chile are projected to grow at a CAGR of around 6% between 2009 and 2013 due to rising health consciousness and changing lifestyle. We donât foresee any significant impact of economic slowdown on beverage sales as decline in carbonated drinks consumption will be offset by non-carbonated drinks.
Carbonated drinks will continue to account for majority of the soft drinks consumption, with 83% of the total soft drink sales in 2007. However, the trend is gradually shifting towards non-carbonated soft drinks. At present, non-carbonated drinks constitute a very small share but as people are getting educated and becoming more health conscious, the consumption of non-carbonated drinks like fruit juice is likely to increase at a rapid pace.
Chileans have become more conscious than ever before about the impact of their dietary habits on health and have shifted their preferences to foods that allow them to take care of their health and appearance. Thus, low calorie soft drinks, fruit juice, bottled water and RTD ice tea are expected to perform exceptionally well in the forecast period. The consumption of fruit juice is anticipated to grow at 15-20% annually during 2009-2013. Manufacturers are also willing to invest in this segment to strengthen their health and wellness offerings.
âChile Food and Beverages Market Outlook to 2013â provides comprehensive research and in-depth analysis of food and beverage market in Chile, its key products and services. The report will help clients to analyze the leading-edge opportunities critical to the success of food and beverage market in the country. Detailed data and qualitative analysis help investors, food service providers and international food retailers to navigate through the evolving food market in Chile.
The research report supplements the past and current information of the UAE food and beverage market with forecast on various important industry aspects like meat, fruit, vegetables, confectionary, milk, coffee, tea, alcoholic drinks, etc.
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