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Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Market in West Europe to 2019: Market Guide

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Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Market in West Europe to 2019: Market Guide

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Synopsis

Canadean's, "Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Market in West Europe to 2019: Market Guide" provides a snapshot of the Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks consumption in West Europe. The quantitative data in the report provides historic and forecast consumption data of the market by country, giving a simple overview of the Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks market trends in the region in an easy to use format.

The report provides data to better understand the changes in the Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks market and to seize opportunities and formulate crucial business strategies.

Summary

This report is the result of Canadean's extensive market research covering the Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks market in West Europe. It provides a top-level overview into the operating environment for the Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks market in West Europe. It is an essential tool for companies active across the Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks value chain and for new players that are considering entering the market.

Scope

• Overall analysis of the Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks market in West Europe.

• Individual country analysis (selected countries) of the Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks market, including actual consumption volumes to 2012, provisional 2013 data and forecasts to 2019.

• Historic and forecast consumption values for the Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks market for the period 2008 through to 2019.

Reasons To Buy

• The report provides you with important figures for the Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks market in West Europe with individual country analysis.

• Allows you to analyze the market with detailed historic and forecast consumption values.

• Enhances your knowledge of the market with key figures on consumption values for the historic period.

• Supports you in planning future business decisions using forecast figures for the market.

1 Introduction

1.1 What is this Report About?

1.2 Definitions

1.2.1 This report provides actual data for 2008 - 2012, provisional data for 2013; while forecasts are provided for 2014 - 2019

1.2.2 Volume Units and Aggregations

1.2.3 CAGR Definition and Calculation

1.2.4 Methodology

2 West Europe Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks - Consumption, 2008-19

2.1 West Europe Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Volume Consumption, 2008-19

2.1.1 Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption, 2008-13

2.1.2 Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption, 2014-19

2.2 Austria Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Volume Consumption, 2008-19

2.2.1 Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption, 2008-13

2.2.2 Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption, 2014-19

2.3 Belgium Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Volume Consumption, 2008-19

2.3.1 Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption, 2008-13

2.3.2 Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption, 2014-19

2.4 Denmark Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Volume Consumption, 2008-19

2.4.1 Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption, 2008-13

2.4.2 Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption, 2014-19

2.5 Finland Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Volume Consumption, 2008-19

2.5.1 Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption, 2008-13

2.5.2 Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption, 2014-19

2.6 France Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Volume Consumption, 2008-19

2.6.1 Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption, 2008-13

2.6.2 Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption, 2014-19

2.7 Germany Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Volume Consumption, 2008-19

2.7.1 Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption, 2008-13

2.7.2 Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption, 2014-19

2.8 Greece Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Volume Consumption, 2008-19

2.8.1 Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption, 2008-13

2.8.2 Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption, 2014-19

2.9 Italy Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Volume Consumption, 2008-19

2.9.1 Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption, 2008-13

2.9.2 Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption, 2014-19

2.1 Netherlands Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Volume Consumption, 2008-19

2.10.1 Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption, 2008-13

2.10.2 Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption, 2014-19

2.11 Norway Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Volume Consumption, 2008-19

2.11.1 Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption, 2008-13

2.11.2 Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption, 2014-19

2.12 Other West Europe Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Volume Consumption, 2008-19

2.12.1 Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption, 2008-13

2.12.2 Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption, 2014-19

2.13 Portugal Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Volume Consumption, 2008-19

2.13.1 Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption, 2008-13

2.13.2 Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption, 2014-19

2.14 Spain Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Volume Consumption, 2008-19

2.14.1 Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption, 2008-13

2.14.2 Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption, 2014-19

2.15 Sweden Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Volume Consumption, 2008-19

2.15.1 Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption, 2008-13

2.15.2 Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption, 2014-19

2.16 Switzerland Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Volume Consumption, 2008-19

2.16.1 Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption, 2008-13

2.16.2 Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption, 2014-19

2.17 United Kingdom Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Volume Consumption, 2008-19

2.17.1 Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption, 2008-13

2.17.2 Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption, 2014-19

3 Appendix

3.1 Product Definitions

3.1.1 Soft Drinks

3.2 About Canadean

3.3 Disclaimer

 

List of Tables

 

Table 1: Volume Units for Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Market

Table 2: List of Countries Covered in Canadean Regions

Table 3: List of "Other" Countries in Canadean Regions

Table 4: West Europe Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption Volume (M Liters) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2008-13

Table 5: West Europe Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption Volume (M Liters) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2014-19

Table 6: Austria Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption Volume (M Liters) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2008-13

Table 7: Austria Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption Volume (M Liters) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2014-19

Table 8: Belgium Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption Volume (M Liters) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2008-13

Table 9: Belgium Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption Volume (M Liters) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2014-19

Table 10: Denmark Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption Volume (M Liters) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2008-13

Table 11: Denmark Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption Volume (M Liters) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2014-19

Table 12: Finland Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption Volume (M Liters) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2008-13

Table 13: Finland Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption Volume (M Liters) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2014-19

Table 14: France Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption Volume (M Liters) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2008-13

Table 15: France Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption Volume (M Liters) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2014-19

Table 16: Germany Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption Volume (M Liters) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2008-13

Table 17: Germany Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption Volume (M Liters) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2014-19

Table 18: Greece Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption Volume (M Liters) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2008-13

Table 19: Greece Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption Volume (M Liters) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2014-19

Table 20: Italy Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption Volume (M Liters) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2008-13

Table 21: Italy Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption Volume (M Liters) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2014-19

Table 22: Netherlands Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption Volume (M Liters) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2008-13

Table 23: Netherlands Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption Volume (M Liters) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2014-19

Table 24: Norway Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption Volume (M Liters) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2008-13

Table 25: Norway Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption Volume (M Liters) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2014-19

Table 26: Other West Europe Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption Volume (M Liters) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2008-13

Table 27: Other West Europe Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption Volume (M Liters) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2014-19

Table 28: Portugal Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption Volume (M Liters) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2008-13

Table 29: Portugal Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption Volume (M Liters) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2014-19

Table 30: Spain Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption Volume (M Liters) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2008-13

Table 31: Spain Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption Volume (M Liters) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2014-19

Table 32: Sweden Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption Volume (M Liters) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2008-13

Table 33: Sweden Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption Volume (M Liters) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2014-19

Table 34: Switzerland Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption Volume (M Liters) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2008-13

Table 35: Switzerland Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption Volume (M Liters) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2014-19

Table 36: United Kingdom Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption Volume (M Liters) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2008-13

Table 37: United Kingdom Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption Volume (M Liters) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2014-19

 

List of Figures

 

Figure 1: West Europe Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption Volume (M Liters) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2008-13

Figure 2: West Europe Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption Volume (M Liters) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2014-19

Figure 3: Austria Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption Volume (M Liters) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2008-13

Figure 4: Austria Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption Volume (M Liters) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2014-19

Figure 5: Belgium Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption Volume (M Liters) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2008-13

Figure 6: Belgium Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption Volume (M Liters) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2014-19

Figure 7: Denmark Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption Volume (M Liters) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2008-13

Figure 8: Denmark Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption Volume (M Liters) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2014-19

Figure 9: Finland Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption Volume (M Liters) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2008-13

Figure 10: Finland Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption Volume (M Liters) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2014-19

Figure 11: France Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption Volume (M Liters) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2008-13

Figure 12: France Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption Volume (M Liters) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2014-19

Figure 13: Germany Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption Volume (M Liters) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2008-13

Figure 14: Germany Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption Volume (M Liters) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2014-19

Figure 15: Greece Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption Volume (M Liters) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2008-13

Figure 16: Greece Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption Volume (M Liters) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2014-19

Figure 17: Italy Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption Volume (M Liters) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2008-13

Figure 18: Italy Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption Volume (M Liters) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2014-19

Figure 19: Netherlands Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption Volume (M Liters) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2008-13

Figure 20: Netherlands Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption Volume (M Liters) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2014-19

Figure 21: Norway Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption Volume (M Liters) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2008-13

Figure 22: Norway Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption Volume (M Liters) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2014-19

Figure 23: Other West Europe Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption Volume (M Liters) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2008-13

Figure 24: Other West Europe Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption Volume (M Liters) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2014-19

Figure 25: Portugal Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption Volume (M Liters) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2008-13

Figure 26: Portugal Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption Volume (M Liters) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2014-19

Figure 27: Spain Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption Volume (M Liters) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2008-13

Figure 28: Spain Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption Volume (M Liters) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2014-19

Figure 29: Sweden Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption Volume (M Liters) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2008-13

Figure 30: Sweden Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption Volume (M Liters) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2014-19

Figure 31: Switzerland Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption Volume (M Liters) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2008-13

Figure 32: Switzerland Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption Volume (M Liters) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2014-19

Figure 33: United Kingdom Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption Volume (M Liters) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2008-13

Figure 34: United Kingdom Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Consumption Volume (M Liters) and Growth (Y-o-Y), 2014-19

 

 

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Iced/RTD Coffee Drinks Market in West Europe to 2019: Market Guide

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Tel: +44 208 816 85 48

Website: www.reportbuyer.com

 

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