The El Salvador beverages market consumption volume was 732.8 million liters (ML) in Q4-2021. Carbonates, the largest category, registered single-digit volume growth, driven by the resumption of on-premises activities. Furthermore, as consumers opted for low-calorie and sugar-free drinks, low-calorie carbonates gained popularity amid the growing healthy living trend among consumers.
The El Salvador beverages market research report covers soft drinks, dairy drinks, hot drinks, and alcoholic drinks. It is an essential tool for keeping up to date with the latest industry performance and developments on a quarterly basis.
Key Categories in the El Salvador Beverages Market
The key categories in the El Salvador beverages market are soft drinks, hot drinks, alcoholic drinks, and dairy & soy drinks & milk alternatives. Soft drinks had the highest market share in the El Salvador beverages market in Q4 2021 followed by hot drinks, dairy & soy drinks & milk alternatives, and alcoholic drinks.
The soft drinks category can be further segmented into packaged water, bulk/HOD water, enhanced water, flavored water, carbonates, juice, nectars, still drinks, squash/syrups, fruit powders, iced/RTD tea drinks, iced/RTD coffee drinks, sports drinks, and energy drinks. Carbonates were the largest segment in the El Salvador soft drinks category in Q4-2021.
The hot drinks category can be further segmented into hot coffee, hot tea, and other hot drinks. Hot coffee was the largest segment in the El Salvador hot drinks category in Q4-2021.
The alcoholic drinks category can be further segmented into beer, cider, flavored alcoholic beverages, fortified wine, brandy, gin & genever, liqueurs, rum, sparkling wine, specialty spirits, still wine, tequila & mezcal, vodka, and whiskey. Beer was the largest segment in the El Salvador alcoholic drinks category in Q4-2021.
Dairy & soy drinks & milk alternatives
The dairy & soy drinks & milk alternatives category can be further segmented into condensed milk, drinking yogurt, evaporated milk, fermented milk, flavored milk, grain, nut, rice, and seed milk alternative drinks, soymilk, and white milk. White milk was the largest segment in the El Salvador dairy & soy drinks & milk alternatives category in Q4-2021.
El Salvador Beverages Market Analysis by Categories
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Market Report Overview
|Consumption volume (Q4 – 2021)||732.8 ML|
|Time period||Q1 2022|
|Key categories||Hot Drinks, Soft Drinks, Alcoholic Drinks, and Dairy & Soy Drinks & Milk Alternatives|
- Top line consumption volumes for Q1-2022 vs Q1-2021, moving annual totals (MAT), the full year 2021 provisional data, and 2022 forecasts for all beverage categories.
- Carbonates consumption data for Q1-2022 vs Q1-2021, moving annual totals (MAT), the full year 2021 provisional data, and 2022 forecasts split by regular vs low calorie, and key flavor.
- An economic mood indicator with a glance assessment of industry confidence levels, private label performance vs brands, and price trends.
- Insightful and valuable analysis of the drivers behind the latest quarterly trends and assumptions for the full year 2022.
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
1. Executive Summary
2. At A Glance
3. Market Environment
4. Category Summary, Outlook and New Products
Dairy & Soy Drinks & Milk Alternatives
5. Data Tables
6. Forecasting Methodology