Energy Foods and Drinks: Global Markets

2012-03-09
Published : Mar-2012

This study provides a comprehensive analysis of market for energy drinks and energy foods on a global basis.  Its aim is to provide a range of information, from detailed product analyses within health and wellness subsegments to overall industry trends, in order to quantify and qualify the market for products and services in the energy drink and food market segment.  Individual product types are forecast on a global basis, as are overall segments.  Forecasts and trends are developed from a cross-reference of data points, which have been obtained from proprietary industry sources, company publications, industry benchmarking, and other divergent data sources to arrive at a cogent and coordinated forecast.

REPORT HIGHLIGHTS

  • The global revenue from energy foods and drinks reached $115.9 billion in 2010 and $123.3 billion in 2011. It is expected to grow to $168.3 billion by 2016, a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 6.4%.
  • The energy foods segment reached $69.2 billion in 2010 and $72.3 billion in 2011. It is expected to grow to $89.1 billion by 2016, a CAGR of 4.3%.
  • The energy drinks segment reached $46.6 billion in 2010 and nearly $51.0 billion in 2011. It is expected to grow to $79.2 billion by 2016, a CAGR of 9.2%.

Energy Foods and Drinks Market

Published: March 2012
No. of Pages: 176

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Table Of contents

Chapter- 1: INTRODUCTION

STUDY GOALS AND OBJECTIVES
REASONS FOR DOING THE STUDY
SCOPE OF REPORT
INTENDED AUDIENCE
METHODOLOGY AND INFORMATION SOURCES
RELATED REPORTS
BCC ON-LINE SERVICES
DISCLAIMER

Chapter- 2: SUMMARY

ENERGY FOOD AND DRINKS MARKET
Summary Table : GLOBAL REVENUE FROM ENERGY FOODS AND DRINKS, THROUGH 2016
Summary Figure : GLOBAL REVENUE FROM ENERGY FOODS AND DRINKS, 2009-2016

Chapter- 3: MARKET OVERVIEW

ENERGY DRINK MARKET
ENERGY DRINK CONSTITUENTS
ENERGY BAR AND FOODS MARKET
Table 3 : GLOBAL MARKET FOR ENERGY BARS AND FOOD PRODUCTS, THROUGH 2016

Chapter- 4: PRODUCT SEGMENT ANALYSIS

ENERGY DRINK MARKET
PURE ENERGY DRINKS MARKET
TRENDS FOR ENERGY DRINK MARKET
SPORTS DRINKS MARKET
FUNCTIONAL DRINK MARKET SEGMENT
RTD TEA DRINKS
RTD COFFEE
ENERGY FOOD, CEREAL BARS AND SUPPLEMENTS
MOOD FOODS
ENERGY/NUTRITION SUPPLEMENTS
Table 28 : GLOBAL MARKET ENERGY SUPPLEMENT PRODUCTS, THROUGH 2016
Table 29 : NATURALLY OCCURRING AMINO ACIDS IS THE HUMAN BODY
Table 30 : EXAMPLES OF ANTIOXIDANT SUPPLEMENT INGREDIENTS

Chapter- 5: GEOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS OF THE GLOBAL MARKET

GLOBAL DISTRIBUTION
COMPARISON OF ALKALOIDS IN VARIOUS ENERGY DRINKS
TRENDS FOR ENERGY DRINK MARKET
SPORTS DRINK MARKET
GLOBAL SPORTS DRINK MARKET BY REGIONS
FUNCTIONAL DRINK MARKET SEGMENT
RTD TEA AND COFFEE DRINKS
RTD COFFEE
TRENDS IN THE RTD TEA AND COFFEE MARKET
ENERGY FOOD, CEREAL BARS AND SUPPLEMENTS
ENERGY SUPPLEMENTS
EMERGING MARKETS FOR ENERGY DRINKS AND ENERGY FOODS

Chapter- 6: MARKET SHARE PROJECTIONS

ENERGY DRINK MARKET
PURE ENERGY DRINKS MARKET
ENERGY FOODS
Table 56 : ENERGY FOODS: GLOBAL MARKET SHARE PROJECTIONS, 2010 AND 2016

Chapter- 7: MAJOR INGREDIENTS–STRATEGIC INSIGHTS

ENERGY DRINKS
SPORTS DRINKS
FUNCTIONAL DRINKS
TEA AND COFFEE DRINKS
CAFFEINE IN ENERGY PRODUCTS
CAFFEINE LEVEL IN ENERGY COFFEES
Table 69 : LEVEL OF CAFFEINE IN COFFEE ENERGY DRINKS

Chapter- 8: COMPANY PROFILES

MAJOR MANUFACTURERS OF ENERGY DRINKS AND FOODS

 List of Tables

Summary Table : GLOBAL REVENUE FROM ENERGY FOODS AND DRINKS, THROUGH 2016
Table 1 : GLOBAL MARKET FOR ENERGY AND HEALTH RELATED DRINKS BY CATEGORY, THROUGH 2016
Table 2 : CAFFEINE LEVELS IN ENERGY SHOTS
Table 3 : GLOBAL MARKET FOR ENERGY BARS AND FOOD PRODUCTS, THROUGH 2016
Table 4 : GLOBAL MARKET FOR ENERGY BARS AND SUPPLEMENTS, THROUGH 2016
Table 5 : GLOBAL SALES OF ENERGY DRINK AND FOOD PRODUCTS, THROUGH 2016
Table 6 : GLOBAL MARKET FOR ENERGY RELATED DRINKS BY CATEGORY, THROUGH 2016
Table 7 : MARKET SHARE OF VARIOUS ENERGY DRINK SEGMENTS, 2010 AND 2016*
Table 8 : GLOBAL MARKET FOR PURE ENERGY DRINKS, 2009-2016
Table 9 : TOP ENERGY DRINKS BY MARKET SHARES, 2010
Table 10 : MAJOR U.S. SPORTS DRINK MANUFACTURES AND THEIR LOCATIONS
Table 11 : ENERGY DRINKS AND SERVING SIZE, 2011
Table 12 : GLOBAL SPORTS DRINKS REVENUES, THROUGH 2016
Table 13 : TYPES OF SPORTS DRINKS
Table 14 : REPRESENTATIVE SAMPLE OF SPORTS DRINKS
Table 15 : GLOBAL REVENUES FOR SPORTS DRINKS BY REGION, THROUGH 2016
Table 16 : GLOBAL ENERGY FRUIT AND JUICE MARKET, THROUGH 2016
Table 17 : SOME FRUIT AND JUICE DRINK PRODUCTS
Table 18 : GLOBAL MARKET FOR FUNCTIONAL DRINKS, THROUGH 2016
Table 19 : INGREDIENTS OF SOME ENHANCED WATER DRINK PRODUCTS
Table 20 : REPRESENTATIVE SAMPLE OF GLOBAL TEA PRODUCTS
Table 21 : TOP 10 TEA EXPORTING COUNTRIES
Table 22 : GLOBAL RTD TEA AND COFFEE DRINK REVENUES, THROUGH 2016
Table 23 : INGREDIENTS IN SOME REPRESENTATIVE ENERGY COFFEE DRINKS
Table 24 : GLOBAL RTD TEA AND COFFEE MARKET BY INGREDIENT CATEGORY, THROUGH 2016
Table 25 : GLOBAL MARKET FOR ENERGY BARS AND FOOD PRODUCTS, THROUGH 2016
Table 26 : EXAMPLES OF FOOD BARS IN VARIOUS CATEGORIES IN THE GLOBAL MARKET
Table 27 : REPRESENTATIVE SAMPLES OF ENERGY BARS SELLING GLOBALLY
Table 28 : GLOBAL MARKET ENERGY SUPPLEMENT PRODUCTS, THROUGH 2016
Table 29 : NATURALLY OCCURRING AMINO ACIDS IS THE HUMAN BODY
Table 30 : EXAMPLES OF ANTIOXIDANT SUPPLEMENT INGREDIENTS
Table 31 : WORLDWIDE DISTRIBUTION OF PURE ENERGY DRINK SALES BY REGION, THROUGH 2016
Table 32 : TOP ENERGY DRINKS BY MANUFACTURER AND LOCATION
Table 33 : EFFECTS OF METHYLXANTHINE ALKALOIDS ON HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY
Table 34 : COMPARISON OF ALKALOIDS IN VARIOUS DRINKS
Table 35 : GLOBAL SPORTS DRINKS REVENUES, THROUGH 2016
Table 36 : TYPES OF SPORTS DRINKS
Table 37 : GLOBAL REVENUES FOR SPORTS DRINKS BY REGION, THROUGH 2016
Table 38 : GLOBAL DISTRIBUTION OF PURE ENERGY DRINK SALES BY REGION, THROUGH 2016
Table 39 : THE PREDOMINANT DRINK FLAVORS AND CONTAINER SIZES IN MAJOR DRINK CONSUMING COUNTRIES OF THE WORLD
Table 40 : PREDOMINANT DRINK FLAVORS AND CONTAINER SIZES IN MAJOR DRINK CONSUMING COUNTRIES OF SOUTH AMERICA
Table 41 : PREDOMINANT DRINK FLAVORS AND CONTAINER SIZES IN MAJOR DRINK CONSUMING COUNTRIES OF THE PACIFIC RIM COUNTRIES
Table 42 : GLOBAL MARKET FOR FUNCTIONAL DRINKS, THROUGH 2016
Table 43 : GLOBAL ENERGY FRUIT AND JUICE MARKET, THROUGH 2016
Table 44 : TOP 10 TEA PRODUCING COUNTRIES
Table 45 : REPRESENTATIVE SAMPLE OF CHINESE TEA PRODUCTS
Table 46 : GLOBAL RTD TEA AND COFFEE DRINK REVENUES FOR THE PERIOD, THROUGH 2016
Table 47 : GLOBAL RTD TEA AND COFFEE MARKET BY INGREDIENT CATEGORY, through 2016
Table 48 : GLOBAL MARKET FOR ENERGY BARS AND HEALTH FOOD PRODUCTS, THROUGH 2016
Table 49 : GLOBAL REVENUES FROM ENERGY BAR AND ENERGY SUPPLEMENTS, THROUGH 2016
Table 50 : TYPICAL INGREDIENTS IN AN ENERGY BAR
Table 51 : EXAMPLES OF FOOD BARS IN VARIOUS CATEGORIES IN THE GLOBAL MARKET
Table 52 : GLOBAL REVENUES FOR ENERGY BARS, THROUGH 2016
Table 53 : GLOBAL MARKET ENERGY SUPPLEMENT PRODUCTS, THROUGH 2016
Table 54 : PROJECTED MARKET SHARE OF VARIOUS ENERGY DRINK SEGMENTS, 2010 AND 2016
Table 55 : GLOBAL MARKET FOR PURE ENERGY DRINKS, THROUGH 2016
Table 56 : ENERGY FOODS: GLOBAL MARKET SHARE PROJECTIONS, 2010 AND 2016
Table 57 : METHYLXANTHINE ALKALOID EFFECTS ON THE HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY
Table 58 : CLINICAL TRIALS ON THE ANTIOXIDANT PROPERTIES OF TEA AND COFFEE
Table 59 : CLINICAL TRIALS ON THE ANTIOXIDANT PROPERTIES OF TEA AND COFFEE
Table 60 : CLINICAL TRIALS ON THE ANTIOXIDANT PROPERTIES OF TEA AND COFFEE
Table 61 : CLINICAL TRIALS ON THE ANTIOXIDANT PROPERTIES OF TEA AND COFFEE
Table 62 : EFFECTS OF METHYLXANTHINE ALKALOIDS ON HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY
Table 63 : INGREDIENTS IN SOME REPRESENTATIVE ENERGY DRINKS
Table 64 : INGREDIENTS IN SOME EXTREME ENERGY DRINK PRODUCTS: ARIZONA BEVERAGE CO.
Table 65 : CAFFEINE LEVEL IN COMMON OVER-THE-COUNTER PRODUCTS
Table 66 : CAFFEINE CONCENTRATION IN ENERGY DRINKS
Table 67 : CAFFEINE LEVELS IN ENERGY SHOTS
Table 68 : CAFFEINE LEVELS IN ENERGY TEAS
Table 69 : LEVEL OF CAFFEINE IN COFFEE ENERGY DRINKS
Table 70 : 5-HOUR ENERGY PRODUCTS
Table 71 : AMWAY XS ENERGY DRINK PRODUCTS
Table 72 : ATKINS NUTRITIONALS PRODUCTS
Table 73 : BASF GROUP PRODUCTS
Table 74 : CLIF BAR & COMPANY PRODUCTS
Table 75 : COCA-COLA ENERGY DRINK PRODUCTS
Table 76 : DANNON GROUP PRODUCTS
Table 77 : GNC PRODUCTS
Table 78 : GURU BEVERAGE PRODUCTS
Table 79 : HANSEN ENERGY DRINK PRODUCTS
Table 80 : HIBALL ENERGY DRINK PRODUCTS
Table 81 : HYPE ENERGY DRINK PRODUCTS
Table 82 : JORDAN’S CEREAL PRODUCTS
Table 83 : KELLOGG COMPANY PRODUCTS
Table 84 : LUCOZADE PRODUCTS
Table 85 : NITRO2GO ENERGY PRODUCTS
Table 86 : NESTLE FOOD AND DRINK PRODUCTS
Table 87 : OCEAN SPRAY PRODUCTS
Table 88 : PEPSICO PRODUCTS
Table 89 : DR. PEPPER SNAPPLE GROUP PRODUCTS
Table 90 : ROCKSTAR PRODUCTS
Table 91 : SHARK ENERGY DRINK PRODUCTS
Table 92 : STACKER 2 PRODUCTS

 List of Figures

Summary Figure : GLOBAL REVENUE FROM ENERGY FOODS AND DRINKS, 2009-2016

 

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