RTDs remain one of the healthiest and most dynamic beverage sectors, but growth is decelerating as sales soften in the US, according to a new report. While the global RTD market is forecast to add another 33.7m cases between 2016 and 2021, the compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 1.6% represents a deceleration of the 3.5% CAGR recorded between 2012 and 2016, according to the just-drinks/IWSR Global RTD & Cider Insights 2018 report.
At the end of August, Pernod Ricard releases results from its most recent fiscal year, the 12 months to the end of June. Sales in the period were up by almost 4% on the corresponding period a year earlier, breaking the EUR9bn barrier for the first time. Here, industry commentator Richard Woodard considers Pernod Ricard's performance over the past five years and looks at what lessons the wider wine and spirits industries can learn from the group's recent history.
Following on from just-drinks' analysis of Pernod Ricard's performance over the last five years, spirits commentator Richard Woodard considers the takeaways for the wider spirits industry. If there are lessons for the industry from the recent performance of Pernod Ricard, they are lessons that the French company has had to learn for itself in that timescale – and some of those lessons have been less than comfortable.
Remote it may be, but Wick is well worth the effort, from its fascinating history to its brilliant heritage centre and, of course, the lovably quirky @OldPulteneyMalt distillery https://t.co/gXNkSTv9ma
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Selecting a term
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