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Article Title: Glass Beverage Container Demand Expected to Post Modest Growth
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Publication: Ceramic Industry, 10/4/2013
Freedonia Study: Beverage Containers (3076)

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U.S. demand for beverage containers is expected to increase 1.7% per year through 2017 to 265 billion units, valued at $29.1 billion, according to a new study from The Freedonia Group Inc. Unit gains will reportedly be driven by ongoing consumer preference for single-serving containers in many markets, increasing interest in alternatives to carbonated soft drinks, and a proliferation of new product introductions accompanied by aggressive marketing campaigns. In addition, favorable demographic trends, such as healthy gains in millennials and in the older population, will bolster demand for certain beverages (e.g., wine) and related containers.
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Article Title: US demand beverage container market to reach $29.1bn
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Publication: European Plastics News, 10/1/2013
Freedonia Study: Beverage Containers (3076)

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Demand for beverage containers in the US will hit 265 billion units in 2017, giving the market a value of $29.1bn (€21.5bn), according to Freedonia.
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Article Title: Demand to go up by 1.7% through 2017 / Plastic containers remain largest and fastest growing segment
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Publication: PIE Plastics Information Europe, 10/8/2013
Freedonia Study: Beverage Containers (3076)

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Demand for beverage containers in the US is expected to increase by 1.7% annually up to 2017 to 265 bn units, valued at USD 29.1 bn, according to a recently published report, “Beverage containers”, from US market researcher Freedonia (Cleveland, Ohio; www.freedonia.com). Gains will be driven by consumer preference for single-serving containers in many markets, increasing interest in alternatives to carbonated soft drinks and new product introductions accompanied by aggressive marketing campaigns, the study says. In addition, demographic trends, including gains in individuals born in the 1980s and 1990s as well as the older population, will bolster demand for certain beverages, such as wine, and related containers.
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