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China refined tea processing industry

China refined tea processing industry

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China refined tea processing Industry 2009
China refined tea processing Industry, 2009 is valuable for anyone who wants to invest in the refined tea processing industry, to get Chinese investments; to import into China or export from China, to build factories and take advantage of lower costs in China, to partner with one of the key Chinese corporations, to get market shares as China is boosting its domestic needs; to forecast the future of the world economy as China is leading the way; or to compete in the segment. The report provides in-depth analysis and detailed insight into the refined tea processing industry, market drivers, key enterprises and their strategies, as well as technologies and investment status, risks and trends. ( )
Data sources: Governmental statistics organizations, market research (monitoring) centers, industry associations and institutions, import and export statistics organizations, and others.
This report is divided into 9 parts 19 chapters as follow:
Part 1 Industry Overview
1 Industry definition and development overview
2 Industry macroscopic environment and its influence analysis
3 Industry international market analysis
4 Industry domestic market analysis
Part 2 Basic indices
5 Analysis of the industry’s scale and condition: 2004-2008
6 Status analysis of gross assets analysis: 2004-2008
Part 3 Economic operation
7 Analysis of gross industrial output: 2004-2008
8 Industry sales income analysis: 2004-2008
9 Industry gross profit analysis
10 Industry import/export analysis in 2008
Part 4 Competition landscape
11 Industry competition landscape analysis
12 Industry key enterprises’ competitive power comparison (top 20)
Part 5 Key enterprises
13 Comparative analysis of the economic indicators of the industry’s key enterprises
Part 6 Business strategy
14. Development bottlenecks and coping strategies in Industry
15 Enterprise development strategy analysis and recommendations in Industry
Part 7 Market investment
16 Comparison and analysis of investment activity coefficient and rate of return on investment in Industry
17 Industry investment environment and risks analysis
Part 8 Technology
18 Status and trends of the newest technology applications in Industry
Part 9 Developments and trends
19 Development trends and operation capacity forecast for 2009-2013

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A cuppa down under

A Cuppa Down Under

Australians love to have their daily cuppa. In fact, in an informal survey conducted by Bushells Tea, Aussies drink around five cuppas a day. There are certainly reasons that people should. During the reign of the Han Dynasty over China, tea was first understood as a medicinal aid. Today, both traditional and modern medicine continues to praise the benefits of tea. The glutamic acid analogue Theanine is present in tea and allows one to feel relaxed as well as observant.

The tea giant Lipton is a United Kingdom based firm who produces both ready-to-drink and hot leaf tea products. Lipton is owned by the dual-listed Dutch and British firm Unilever, and is a company whom many individuals trust to provide their daily cuppa. The Lipton Company has been recently stating how sustainable agriculture has become a goal for the firm, considering that many of their plantations are in foreign nations. Ostensibly, the company has requested that tea estates that work with it should be rain forest certified.

Tetley was founded in Yorkshire in the early nineteenth century. In the early twenty-first century, however, the company was given a radically new outlook as the Indian Tata Group purchased Tetley. Many of its Asian holdings were thus formed into the pre-existing Tata Tea Limited, which is now also known as Tata-Tetley. Tetley today is the largest tea company in the United Kingdom, and continues to maintain a strong Australian presence.

Like Lipton, Bushells is a part of the Unilever Group. However, the Bushells name is an Australian brand with a uniquely Australian history. Interestingly enough, this may be increasingly important as the Bushells firm reports that the way in which most Aussies enjoy their cuppa these days is in a uniquely Australian fashion. In 1883 Alfred Bushell founded the first Bushell’s shop in Queensland and just like the tea drinkers of yesteryear, modern Australians continue to sing the praises of this firm. The company is socially responsible, and thus has provided funds through its Community Cash program, which has benefited many community causes. It is also a sponsor of the Driver Reviver program and has given many drivers a free cuppa through this plan.

Some individuals have stressed the concern that tea contains a higher amount of caffeine than does coffee. However, since a lower amount of dry tea is needed to brew a cuppa than the amount of dry coffee to brew a beaker of coffee, tea ends up actually containing a far lower amount of caffeine than its counterpart. Moreover, with tea’s health benefits, there is little continued concern over its consumption. Tea is a wholesome drink, and the high quality of Bushells makes a cuppa that much more enjoyable.

Indian non-alcoholic drinks forecast

Indian Non-Alcoholic Drinks Forecast

Indian Non-Alcoholic Drinks Forecast to 2012

India has witnessed radical shift in consumption of non-alcoholic drinks over the recent past. Fast expanding middle class population that is currently around 350 Million, increased urbanization and rising disposable income are some of the major reasons contributing to this change. Besides this, growing health consciousness among India’s young population has brought about a revolution in the Indian non-alcoholic drinks market. It has been seen that cola sales have fallen dramatically due to rising health concerns and this seems to have benefited the country’s non-carbonated drinks market such as energy drinks and juices. ( )

According to our recent report “Indian Non-Alcoholic Drinks Forecast to 2012”, the Indian non-alcoholic drinks market was estimated at around Rs. 216 Billion in 2008 and is forecasted to grow at a CAGR of around 15% during 2009-2012. The report covers various factors driving the growth of non-alcoholic drinks market in India. The segment level analysis shows that the highest growth will be seen in the fruit/vegetable juice market, which is forecasted to growth at a CAGR of around 30% in value terms during 2009-2012. It will be closely followed by the energy drinks segment at a CAGR of around 29% during the same period. There is a greater awareness of the ‘functional’ benefits of health beverages and a greater willingness to pay a premium for such beverages. With these strong drivers of growth, it is not surprising that the beverage industry in India has begun responding with products that are marketed clearly on a health and wellness platform.

“Indian Non-Alcoholic Drinks Forecast to 2012” provides detailed study on the non-alcoholic drinks market in the country. For the purpose of this report, non-alcoholic drinks are classified into carbonated and non-carbonated drinks. These include energy drinks, fruit/vegetable drinks, bottled water, tea, coffee and carbonated drinks. Each of the segments has been thoroughly analyzed from the point of view of current market performance and the future outlook to 2012. Various factors supporting the future growth and expansion have been extensively covered in the report.

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Tea in greece

Tea in Greece

Tea in Greece

Tea in Greece market report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the market at a national level. It provides the latest retail sales data, allowing you to identify the sectors driving growth. It identifies the leading companies, the leading brands and offers strategic analysis of key factors influencing the market – be they new product developments, packaging innovations, economic/lifestyle influences, distribution or pricing issues. Forecasts illustrate how the market is set to change.
Why buy this report
Get insight into trends in market performance
Pinpoint growth sectors and identify factors driving change
Identify market and brand leaders and understand the competitive environment
Product coverage
Black tea; Fruit/herbal tea; Green tea; Instant tea; Other tea
Key Chapters :
Hot drinks value growth driven by product development and rising prices
Rising raw material cost drove up the price of hot drinks
Multinationals lead sales
Specialist retailers gaining ground
Smoking ban expected in 2010 and will change consumer behaviour
Raw material rising costs driving up unit prices
Smoking Ban to be enforced in Greece by 2010
Flavour Sophistication continues being a growth driver
Health and wellness remains a key driver for sales
Specialists Coffee Merchants contribute to the premiumisation of coffee
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