Although pod coffee and K-cups have been rising in popularity for years, other single-serve coffee options are being introduced that have the opportunity to attain a much larger share of the coffee market.
Beverages accounted for 13% of total online grocery sales in 2018.
Packaged Facts discusses Nestle, Chameleon Cold-Brew, and Blue Bottle in our blog, "Cold Brew Coffee: Consumer Demand Heating Up" and in "Office Coffee Service in the U.S.: Market Trends and Opportunities", our related market research report.
In this article Food Dive examines the latest developments surrounding Nestlé's investment in the coffee market.
Iced coffee beverages broaden the coffee playing field, satisfying refreshment-based consumer needs by carrying the beverage well beyond its morning daypart stronghold.
Whereas not long ago product development in the coffee creamers realm centered on new flavor varieties, leading marketers are now aggressively responding to consumers’ desire for clean label products. Part of the goal is to attract new customers by alleviating concerns about ingredients.
It’s largely true, America really does run on Dunkin’, among other foodservice coffee companies. So celebrate National Coffee Day 2016 with not just a cup of your favorite brew, but a special discount from Packaged Facts. You’re welcome America.
This blog is based on the report Single-Cup Brew Beverage Products in the U.S.: Coffee Pods and Beyond, 2nd Edition. To purchase the report or for more info click here.
March 18 - Private label is the new single-cup coffee segment power player: In just three years, private label single-cup coffee has gone from nonexistent to major market force, according to Packaged Facts. The market research publisher found that:
As recently as August 2012, private label comprised well under 1% of single-cu...
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Packaged Facts research director David Sprinkle will present a webinar entitled “The Shifting Landscape for Office Coffee Service” in conjunction with the National Coffee Association (NCA) on June 23, 2015 from 1:00-2:00 pm EST.
The webinar, which draws on Packaged Facts’ report Office Coffee Service in the U.S.: Market Trends and Opportunities (March 2015), lays out the opportunities, challenges and trends shaping the office coffee service market.
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An increasing number of U.S. businesses are concerned with managing their ecological footprint, and in recent years this dedication to going green has trickled down to the U.S. coffee market. In particular, to have a competitive foodservice coffee platform, being environmentally and socially responsible is increasingly important, according to Coffee and Ready-to-Drink Coffee in the U.S.: Retail and Foodservice, 8th Edition , a recent report by Packaged Facts.
To illustrate this point, consider...