BMI View: Greece's food and drink industry will experience a gradual improvement over our five-year
forecast period to 2020 on the back of a tepid consumer outlook. A slow recovery in consumer spending will
further dampen our outlook for the MGR sector, particularly f ..."
Soft drinks declined compared with Q2-15, driven in particular by heavier losses in almost all the categories except energy drinks which continued to record growth. PL products performed below the market in most soft drinks categories. The ..."
The Greek beer market continued to be affected by the mounting pressure on political and economic uncertainty. During the first half of the year beer faced heavy losses, especially at the end of June and early July. From then on, the situation ..."
Soft drinks declined in Q1-16 compared with the same quarter in 2015, driven in particular by heavier losses in carbonates, sports drinks, packaged water, iced/rtd coffee drinks and juice, and more subdued losses in squash/syrups and still ..."
BMI View: Our outlook for the Greek food and drink industry will improve throughout our forecast period
to 2020, but this will reflect a stabilisation rather than a full-blown recovery. Households will remain
highly price-conscious, which will favour beer in the alcoh ..."
Soft drinks remained virtually stable compared with Q4-14, driven in particular by gains in iced/rtd tea drinks, energy drinks and nectars. Sports drinks, squash/syrups, carbonates, juice, iced/rtd coffee drinks and still drinks recorded losses ..."
BMI View: Greece's food and drink industry will return to growth in 2016, following five years of
contraction. The recovery in household spending will enable consumers to afford more discretionary food
products, while rising health awareness will impact the soft drink ..."
Some of the key trends noted across Greece include: consumers starting to watch their sugar intake especially in western markets where low calorie variants are taking share, or consumers moving towards packaged water and flavoured waters; fruit ..."
SummaryAccording to the Bank of Greece, during the period of January to July 2015 foreign arrivals increased compared with 2014. The relevant revenues in direct income were also up. This positive performance was mainly based on the increased arrivals and not o ..."
BMI View: Greece's economic growth prospects will remain extremely weak in the years ahead. Consumer
spending will not recover from a huge destruction of household wealth since the economic crisis, while
fiscal austerity conditions attached to the country's third bail ..."