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The beverages market was divided simply between alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages.

Online PR News – 08-September-2009 – – Until recently, the beverages market was divided simply between alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages. As consumersí tastes grew more sophisticated and demand surged for a variety of beverage options catering to lifestyle changes and health concerns, the beverages industry has responded with a dizzying array of options to choose from. This report focuses on the U.S. and world markets for beverages across several broad categories.

For the purposes of this study, This Publications has divided the global beverages markets into the following product segments include:
1) alcoholic beverages such as wines, beers and spirits
2) non-alcoholic beverages such as bottled water and milk
3) brewed beverages such as coffees and teas
4) carbonated beverages such as sodas and soft drinks
5) non-carbonated juice products both fresh and pre-packaged
6) energy drinks which are generally caffeinated beverages in both carbonated and non-carbonated forms. For each market segment, this study presents the latest information on size, growth rates, sales projections and factors influencing growth in the U.S. and internationally.
Table of Contents :

1. Introduction 21
1.1 Objectives 21
1.2 Scope 21
1.3 Methodology 21
1.4 Executive Summary 22

2. Global Outlook 23
2.1 Soft Drinks 23
2.2 Bottled Water 24
2.3 Carbonates 24
2.4 Fruit Juices 25
2.5 Alcoholic 26
2.6 Brewed 30

3. Market for Beverages in Selected Countries 34
3.1 Beverage Market in the U.S. 34
3.1.1 U.S. Emerging Beverages 35
3.1.2 U.S. Kidís Beverages 36
3.1.3 U.S. Organic Beverages Market 37
3.2 Beverage Market in Canada 38
3.3 Beverages Market in the E.U. 41
3.4 Beverages Market in France 42
3.5 Beverage Market in Italy 47
3.6 Beverage Market in China 47
3.7 Beverages Market in India 49
3.8 Beverages Market in Mexico 49
3.9 The Health-related Problems of Calories-rich Beverages 50

4. Tea 52
4.1 Antioxidants in Tea 52
4.2 Composition of Tea 52
4.3 Types of Tea 53
4.4 The Three Major Varietals of Tea 54
4.4.1 White Tea 54
4.4.2 Green Tea 54
4.4.3 Oolong Tea 55
4.4.4 Black Tea 55
4.4.5 Chai Tea 56
4.4.6 Scented Tea 56
4.5 Grading of Tea 56
4.6 Tea Production and Processing 57
4.6.1 Plucking 57
4.7 Black Tea Manufacture 58
4.7.1 Withering 58
4.7.2 Rolling 58
4.7.3 Oxidization 58
4.7.4 Drying 59
4.8 Green Tea Manufacture 59
4.9 Tasting and Blending 59
4.10 Sorting and Packaging 60
4.11 Herbal Teas 60
4.11.1 Rooibos 60
4.11.2 Yerba Mate 61
4.11.3 Peppermint Tea 62
4.11.4 Polyphenol Contents in Herbal Tea 62
4.12 Global Production of Tea 63
4.13 Black Teaís Popularity 64
4.14 Tea in India 65
4.14.1 Tea Export from India 66
4.15 Tea in Sri Lanka 67
4.15.1 Tea Export from Sri Lanka 68
4.16 Tea in Kenya 69
4.17 Tea in Turkey 70
4.17.1 Specialty Tea Market in Turkey 70
4.18 Tea in Indonesia 71
4.18.1 Indonesian Tea Export 71
4.19 U.S. Tea Market 72
4.19.1 U.S. Ready-To-Drink (RTD) Tea Market 73
4.19.2 The Popularity of Tea in the U.S 74
4.20 Canadian Tea and Coffee Markets 75
4.20.1 Tea Consumption in Canada in 2008 75

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