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市場調查報告書

中國的碳酸飲料市場

Carbonated Soft Drinks - China

出版商 Mintel China 商品編碼 233432
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 207 Pages
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中國的碳酸飲料市場 Carbonated Soft Drinks - China
出版日期: 2014年05月01日 內容資訊: 英文 207 Pages
簡介

消費者關心的個人化、對各種食品的不安,肥胖等健康問題增加中,對於碳酸飲料的材料、香料、包裝的創新需求逐漸的增加。

本報告書內容包含中國碳酸飲料(CDS)市場的調查分析、市場概要、主要企業和品牌、消費者趨勢、今後趨勢等考察的彙整。

第1章 介紹

  • 定義
  • 調查方法
  • 省略語

第2章 實施摘要

第3章 課題和考察

  • 對於砂糖的不安品牌要如何要應對呢?
  • 現況
  • 預測
  • 與關心健康的消費者相關的機能性CDS要如何定位
  • 現況
  • 預測
  • 能源助推器的定位,要如何帶起新的CSD之間的相關性,並與能源飲料
  • 現況
  • 預測
  • 品牌對於信賴性問題要如何對應
  • 現況
  • 預測
  • 商品名的變更及定位變更可否改善不健康的印象
  • 現況
  • 預測

第4章 趨勢

  • 比起擁有"Transumer"更重視經驗的消費者
  • "Make it mine"個人化
  • 強烈性

第5章 市場規模和預測

  • 主要重點
  • 市場規模
  • 平均一個人的消費量有增加的趨勢
  • CSD的銷售額、銷售量在軟性飲料零售市場佔第4位
  • CSD在2010年∼2013年間、被其他軟性飲料打敗
  • CSD的相關活動雖然增加但比其他果汁飲料少
  • 市場預測
  • 調查方法
  • 市場促進因素
  • 戶外活動的增加促進CSD的需求
  • 價值感保有CSD的競爭力
  • 可樂和百事可樂品牌獨佔市場
  • 塑化劑混入事件僅給CSD局部的轉變
  • 市場抑制因素
  • CSD被認為是不健康
  • 材料費(砂糖、鋁)的增加
  • 競爭激烈的軟性飲料市場
  • 消費被掌控在季節、地區、祭典

第6章 市場區隔

  • 主要重點
  • 零售部門超越非零售部門
  • 基礎版的可樂長年以來持續人氣,水果味的CDS之可能性

第7章 市場佔有率

  • 主要重點
  • Coca-Cola企業和Pepsi企業獨佔市場
  • 小規模品牌因物流和香料的原因停留在地區上

第8章 創新者是誰?

  • 主要重點
  • NPD新產品發行的61.4%為「新包裝」
  • 少量包裝的擴大對品牌消費者來說有優勢
  • NPD的表示尚未滿足消費者的需求
  • 低/少/低卡和環保包裝的表示較多
  • 關於機能性的表示一直被忽略
  • 在上海鹽味的碳酸蘇打很受歡迎
  • 水果香味最有可能性
  • 水果香味的CDS銷售最多
  • 外國風香味
  • 配組水果的香味CSD
  • 克瓦斯飲料(麥芽飲料等)受歡迎
  • 克瓦斯飲料中Wahaha獲得CSD市場的佔有率
  • 營銷活動的創新
  • 中國Coca-Cola
  • 韓國的明星、金秀玄簽名的Coca-Cola
  • 人與人聯繫為焦點的2014年Coca-Cola電視活動
  • 與Weibo的瓶身之顧客活動
  • 全球的Coca-Cola
  • Coca-Cola在國際活動中強調"happiness"
  • Coca-Cola的"The Ahh Effect"活動
  • 中國的Pepsi
  • Pepsi的品牌大使指名MoMo Wu
  • 與WeChat的整合
  • 全球的Pepsi
  • Pepsi的"Bring Happines Home"活動成功

第9章 企業和品牌

  • Coca-Cola
  • PepsiCo
  • Wahaha

第10章 消費者:碳酸飲料的消費

第11章 消費者:飲用碳酸飲料的動機

第12章 消費者:購買碳酸飲料的通路

第13章 消費者:購買時重要的媒體、溝通

第14章 消費者:新的創新中可以給付更多錢的意識

第15章 消費者:碳酸飲料的一般想法

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目錄

"Consumers' personal interests, various food scares as well as rising health issues such as obesity, are fuelling demand for innovations in ingredients, flavours and packaging. Mintel research shows that ingredients that can provide added health benefits could broaden the appeal of CSDs."

Eileen Ngieng, Senior Research Analyst

Table of Contents

Introduction

  • Definition
  • Methodology
  • Abbreviations

Executive Summary

  • The market
  • Figure 1: Volume sales of carbonated soft drinks in China (bn litres), 2008-18
  • Figure 2: Value sales of carbonated soft drinks in China (RMB bn), 2008-18
  • Companies and brands
  • Figure 3: Leading carbonated soft drinks companies, % market share, by volume, 2013
  • The consumer
  • Consumption of carbonated soft drinks
  • Figure 4: Frequency of drinking carbonated soft drinks in the last six months, January 2014
  • Motivation for drinking carbonated soft drinks
  • Figure 5: Motivation of drinking carbonated soft drinks, January 2014
  • Channels from where consumers buy carbonated soft drinks
  • Figure 6: Channels from where consumers buy carbonated soft drink, January 2014
  • Important factors of media and communication when buying carbonated soft drinks
  • Figure 7: Important factors of media and communication when buying carbonated soft drinks, January 2014
  • Willingness to pay more for new features and product innovations
  • Figure 8: Willingness to pay more for new features and product innovations, January 2014
  • General attitudes towards carbonated soft drinks
  • Figure 9: General attitudes towards carbonated soft drink, January 2014
  • Key issues

Issues and Insights

  • How can brands cater to concerns over sugar content?
  • The facts
  • The implications
  • Figure 10: Brands experiment around fat-blocking CSD, 2012
  • How can brands position functional CSDs to bring engagement with health-conscious consumers?
  • The facts
  • The implications
  • Figure 11: CSD brands that have body cooling functions, Japan and Taiwan, 2012-13
  • Figure 12: CSD brands containing vitamins, June 2013
  • Figure 13: Products launched in China with herbal ingredients, 2011-13
  • Figure 14: Products launched in other countries with herbal ingredients, 2013-14
  • How can positioning as energy booster brings new relevance to CSD and compete with energy drinks?
  • The facts
  • The implications
  • Figure 15: Brands positioning CSD as energy booster, 2012-13
  • How can brands tackle trust issues more efficiently?
  • The facts
  • The implications
  • Figure 16: Print screen of beverage benefits from China's Coca-Cola website
  • Could re-naming or re-positioning be the answer to the unhealthy image?
  • The facts
  • The implications
  • Figure 17: Huiyan sparkling juice drink fusion use "added bubbles" instead of carbonated labelling, China, 2011

Trend Applications

  • Transumers
  • Make it Mine
  • Figure 18: Beverage concentrates in Australia and UK, 2014
  • Sense of the Intense

Market Size and Forecast

  • Key points
  • Market size
  • Figure 19: Growth trends in China's carbonated soft drinks market, total volume (bn litres) and total value (RMB bn), 2008-13
  • Low per capita consumption expected to increase; but room to grow is fairly limited
  • Figure 20: Total market volume consumption per capita (population) of carbonated soft drinks, by country, 2013
  • CSD is fourth in both volume and value sales in the soft drinks retail market
  • Figure 21: Volume (bn litres) and value (RMB bn) retail sales of soft drinks, China, 2013
  • CSDs losing out to other soft drinks between 2010 and 2013
  • Figure 22: Retail value sales (RMB bn) and their percentage of share of soft drinks, China, 2010 versus 2013
  • NPD activity increasing but is significant below that of juice drinks
  • Figure 23: Share of NPD activity in the soft drinks market, by category, 2009-13, China
  • Market forecast
  • Figure 24: Volume sales of carbonated soft drinks in China (bn litres), 2008-18
  • Figure 25: Value sales of carbonated soft drinks in China (RMB bn), 2008-18
  • Methodology
  • Market drivers
  • Increasing outdoor activities lead to improved CSD demand
  • Affordability keeps CSD competitive
  • Figure 26: Average retail price per litre, by beverage category, China, 2013
  • Coke and Pepsi brands dominates CSD market
  • Plasticizer scandal causes shift to CSDs to a lesser degree
  • Market barriers
  • CSDs often perceived as unhealthy
  • Increase in raw materials costs (sugar and aluminium)
  • Competitive soft drinks market
  • Seasonal, regional and festival-driven consumption

Market Segmentation

  • Key points
  • Retail sales outpace non-retail sector
  • Figure 27: Total volume and value sales of carbonated soft drinks in China, by retail and others*, 2008-13
  • Standard cola variant still long-term favourite; fruit flavoured CSDs seems promising
  • Figure 28: Frequency of drinking carbonated soft drinks in the last six months, January 2014
  • Figure 29: New product launches by top 10 flavours in the China carbonated soft drinks, 2011-13

Market Share

  • Key points
  • Coca-Cola Company and PepsiCo still dominate the market
  • Figure 30: Percentage market share of leading carbonated soft drinks companies in retail volume and retail value, 2011-13
  • Smaller brands remains regional due to distribution and flavour factors

Who's Innovating?

  • Key points
  • Brands play safe with 61.4% NPD launch under "New Packaging"
  • Figure 31: New product launches by launch type in the China carbonated soft drinks market, 2011-13
  • Expanding smaller pack sizes varieties to benefit both brands and consumers
  • Figure 32: Top 10 new product launches by pack sizes in the China carbonated soft drinks market, 2011-13
  • NPD claims have yet to fulfil consumer demand
  • Low/no/reduced calorie plus environmentally friendly packaging are leading claims
  • Figure 33: New product launches by top 10 claims in the China carbonated soft drinks market, 2011-13
  • Figure 34: China Coca-Cola with environmentally friendly packaging, 2013
  • Functional claims are overlooked in CSDs
  • Figure 35: New product launches by functional claims in the China carbonated soft drinks market, 2011-13
  • Carbonated salty soda water unique functional positioning popular in Shanghai
  • Figure 36: Carbonated salty soda water which is unique in China
  • Fruit flavours seem most promising as consumers resonate with its taste
  • Fruit flavoured CSDs are popular launches
  • Figure 37: New product launches by top 10 flavours in the China carbonated soft drinks, 2011-13
  • Exotic fruit flavours CSD
  • Figure 38: Products launched in other countries with exotic fruits flavours, 2012-13
  • Fruits combination flavours CSD
  • Figure 39: Products launched in other countries with fruits combination flavours, 2012-14
  • Kvass drink (ie malt drink) gaining popularity
  • Figure 40: China CSD containing malt (also known as kvass drink), 2012-13
  • Kvass drink helps Wahaha to gain share in CSD market
  • Figure 41: Advertisement of Wahaha's kvass drink on Wahaha's official website
  • Marketing campaign innovations
  • Coca-Cola in China
  • Coca-Cola on signing popular Korean star Kim Soo Hyun
  • Coca-Cola 2014 TV campaigns focus on people connection
  • Coca-Cola China utilises bottle customization with the aid of Weibo to boost online awareness
  • Coca-Cola globally
  • Coca-Cola's emphasis on "happiness" in international campaign
  • Coca-Cola "The Ahh Effect" campaign to reach more teens
  • Pepsi in China
  • Pepsi appointed MoMo Wu as new brand ambassador
  • Pepsi collaborated with WeChat for customization people connection
  • Pepsi globally
  • Pepsi continues its successful "Bring Happiness Home" thematic campaign

Companies and Brands

  • Coca-Cola
  • PepsiCo
  • Wahaha

The Consumer - Consumption of Carbonated Soft Drinks

  • Key points
  • Frequency of drinking carbonated soft drinks in the last six months
  • Figure 42: Frequency of drinking carbonated soft drinks in the last six months, January 2014
  • Standard variant remains the long-term favourite flavoured CSDs
  • 20-39-year-olds males and higher income/education groups are heavy CSD drinkers
  • Married people tend to drink less due to health concerns over family

The Consumer - Motivation for Drinking Carbonated Soft Drinks

  • Key points
  • Motivation for drinking carbonated soft drinks
  • Figure 43: Motivation for drinking carbonated soft drinks, January 2014
  • Unique fizzy feeling the top motivational factor
  • Busier and on-the-go lifestyles encourage impulse purchasing
  • Tackling high interest in flavour innovation more efficiently
  • Ingredients that aid in functional benefits will help growth of CSD market, especially towards more mature crowds
  • Figure 44: "To give me an energy boost" motivation factor for drinking carbonated soft drinks, by demographics, January 2014
  • Emotional attachment elements are more important for heavy users

The Consumer - Channels From Where Consumers Buy Carbonated Soft Drinks

  • Key points
  • Channels where consumers buy carbonated soft drink
  • Figure 45: Channels from where consumers buy carbonated soft drink, January 2014
  • Supermarkets are the most visited sales channel
  • Retail channels benefit from wide presence and competitive prices
  • Different demographics embrace different retail channels
  • Partnership with other foodservices to capture growing trend for eating out
  • Higher monthly household income consumers dominate foodservice purchases
  • Faster-pace cities embrace convenience retailing; slower-pace cities prefer family-oriented channels

The Consumer - Important Media and Communication at Purchase

  • Key points
  • Important factors of media and communication when buying carbonated soft drinks
  • Figure 46: Important factors of media and communication when buying carbonated soft drinks, January 2014
  • Traditional point of sales methods most effective ways for try out
  • Appealing promotions can go beyond price
  • New product trials are a good platform to test the market and target females
  • However, social/digital media are increasingly influential
  • Word-of-mouth from trusted people scores highly
  • Consumers less likely to embrace digital media in health-related purposes
  • Conventional media is the best way to reach widest audience
  • TV remains the widest-reaching media channel but may not be engaging enough
  • On the other hand, advertisements in print media are the least influential
  • Outdoor media less charming to consumers
  • Content advertising to engage users
  • Coca-Cola's efforts on people connection and asserting "happiness" value
  • Heavy and light users react differently towards different media

The Consumer - Willingness to Pay More for Different Innovations

  • Key points
  • Willingness to pay more for new features and product innovations
  • Figure 47: Willingness to pay more for new features and product innovations, January 2014
  • Consumers want ingredients benefits without compromising taste
  • A trend that is observed across most food and beverage categories
  • Brands need to uplift ingredients for young heavy CSD users
  • Traditional Chinese Medicine appeals more to older age groups and higher earners
  • Figure 48: Willingness to pay more for new features and product innovations for "Added nourishing Chinese medicine ingredients (eg gouji berry, red dates)", by demographics, January 2014
  • How can brands promote TCM- CSDs to young heavy CSD users?
  • Customization and fruit flavour CSD innovation seems more promising
  • Packaging innovation have potential to tap into
  • Innovative pack design to capture various usage occasions
  • Figure 49: Coca-Cola's innovative CSD pack designs, China, 2013
  • Limited, customized and localized designs are best associated with themes and activities
  • Figure 50: Pepsi throwback (vintage) design available through amazon china, 2013

The Consumer - General Attitudes Towards Carbonated Soft Drinks

  • Key points
  • General attitudes towards carbonated soft drinks
  • Figure 51: General attitudes towards carbonated soft drink, January 2014
  • Rationalizing CSD contents to build consumers consumption confidence
  • Taking cues from others' product labelling
  • Figure 52: The Clever Veg Co. All 5 Of Your 5 A Day Indian Balti Vegetable Meal, UK, 2013
  • Figure 53: Labelling that could do justice for CSD
  • Redefining "young" to capture older age group consumers
  • Potential in children and the elderly
  • Smaller pack sizes for children's CSDs
  • Figure 54: CSD products launched in China targeted to children, 2008-12
  • Building trust and catering to specific needs to appeal to elderly
  • Japan successfully targeting 30s and 40s and can extend to the elderly market
  • Figure 55: Japan CSD targeting adults at their 30s and 40s, 2012-14
  • Figure 56: Energy and cordial drinks products targeted for more mature group, UK, 2013
  • Advertisements of CSDs are succeeding in differentiating themselves
  • CSD products could do better in penetrating occasions' usage
  • Smaller pack sizes with catchy labelling and innovative convenience features to appeal to on-the-go consumers
  • Continuous strong presence at hot spots to retain on-the-go consumers
  • CSD is good for socializing
  • The "sweet factor" in CSDs is one major concern
  • Natural sweeteners to boost appeal of CSD
  • Local CSD brands lose out to international brands on distribution and are niche in flavour
  • Keeping options open to fit individual preferences

Appendix - Market Size and Forecast

  • Figure 57: Total value sales of carbonated soft drinks (RMB bn), 2008-18
  • Figure 58: Total volume sales of carbonated soft drinks (m litres), 2008-18

Appendix - Market Segmentation

  • Figure 59: Total retail value sales of carbonated soft drinks (RMB bn), 2008-18
  • Figure 60: Total others* value sales of carbonated soft drinks (RMB bn), 2008-18
  • Figure 61: Total retail volume sales of carbonated soft drinks (m litres), 2008-18
  • Figure 62: Total others* volume sales of carbonated soft drinks (m litres), 2008-18

Appendix - Carbonated Soft Drinks Had in the Last Six Months

  • Figure 63: Carbonated soft drinks had in the last six months, January 2014
  • Figure 64: Carbonated soft drinks had in the last six months, January 2014
  • Figure 65: Most popular carbonated soft drinks had in the last six months - Any, by demographics, January 2014
  • Figure 66: Next most popular carbonated soft drinks had in the last six months - Any, by demographics, January 2014
  • Figure 67: Most popular carbonated soft drinks had in the last six months - Standard cola, by demographics, January 2014
  • Figure 68: Next most popular carbonated soft drinks had in the last six months - Standard cola, by demographics, January 2014
  • Figure 69: Most popular carbonated soft drinks had in the last six months - Low or no calorie/diet cola, by demographics, January 2014
  • Figure 70: Next most popular carbonated soft drinks had in the last six months - Low or no calorie/diet cola, by demographics, January 2014
  • Figure 71: Most popular carbonated soft drinks had in the last six months - Lemon-flavoured carbonated soft drinks, by demographics, January 2014
  • Figure 72: Next most popular carbonated soft drinks had in the last six months - Lemon-flavoured carbonated soft drinks, by demographics, January 2014
  • Figure 73: Most popular carbonated soft drinks had in the last six months - Orange-flavoured carbonated soft drinks, by demographics, January 2014
  • Figure 74: Next most popular carbonated soft drinks had in the last six months - Orange-flavoured carbonated soft drinks, by demographics, January 2014
  • Figure 75: Most popular carbonated soft drinks had in the last six months - Others flavoured carbonated soft drinks, by demographics, January 2014
  • Figure 76: Next most popular carbonated soft drinks had in the last six months - Others flavoured carbonated soft drinks, by demographics, January 2014
  • Figure 77: Carbonated soft drinks had in the last six months, by most popular motivation of drinking carbonated soft drinks, January 2014
  • Figure 78: Carbonated soft drinks had in the last six months, by next most popular motivation of drinking carbonated soft drinks, January 2014
  • Figure 79: Carbonated soft drinks had in the last six months, by most popular motivation of drinking carbonated soft drinks, January 2014
  • Figure 80: Carbonated soft drinks had in the last six months, by next most popular motivation of drinking carbonated soft drinks, January 2014
  • Figure 81: Carbonated soft drinks had in the last six months, by most popular channels from where consumers buy carbonated soft drink, January 2014
  • Figure 82: Carbonated soft drinks had in the last six months, by next most popular channels from where consumers buy carbonated soft drink, January 2014
  • Figure 83: Carbonated soft drinks had in the last six months, by other channels from where consumers buy carbonated soft drink, January 2014
  • Figure 84: Carbonated soft drinks had in the last six months, by most popular channels from where consumers buy carbonated soft drink, January 2014
  • Figure 85: Carbonated soft drinks had in the last six months, by next most popular channels from where consumers buy carbonated soft drink, January 2014
  • Figure 86: Carbonated soft drinks had in the last six months, by other channels from where consumers buy carbonated soft drink, January 2014
  • Figure 87: Carbonated soft drinks had in the last six months, by most popular important factors of media and communication when buying carbonated soft drinks - Rank1, January 2014
  • Figure 88: Carbonated soft drinks had in the last six months, by next most popular important factors of media and communication when buying carbonated soft drinks - Rank1, January 2014
  • Figure 89: Carbonated soft drinks had in the last six months, by most popular important factors of media and communication when buying carbonated soft drinks - Rank2, January 2014
  • Figure 90: Carbonated soft drinks had in the last six months, by next most popular important factors of media and communication when buying carbonated soft drinks - Rank2, January 2014
  • Figure 91: Carbonated soft drinks had in the last six months, by most popular important factors of media and communication when buying carbonated soft drinks - Rank3, January 2014
  • Figure 92: Carbonated soft drinks had in the last six months, by next most popular important factors of media and communication when buying carbonated soft drinks - Rank 3, January 2014

Appendix - Motivation of Drinking Carbonated Soft Drinks

  • Figure 93: Motivation of drinking carbonated soft drinks, January 2014
  • Figure 94: Most popular motivation of drinking carbonated soft drinks, by demographics, January 2014
  • Figure 95: Next most popular motivation of drinking carbonated soft drinks, by demographics, January 2014
  • Figure 96: Motivation of drinking carbonated soft drinks, by carbonated soft drinks had in the last 6 months, January 2014

Appendix - Channels From Where Consumers Buy Carbonated Soft Drink

  • Figure 97: Channels from where consumers buy carbonated soft drink, January 2014
  • Figure 98: Most popular channels from where consumers buy carbonated soft drink, by demographics, January 2014
  • Figure 99: Next most popular channels from where consumers buy carbonated soft drink, by demographics, January 2014
  • Figure 100: Other channels from where consumers buy carbonated soft drink, by demographics, January 2014

Appendix - Important Factors of Media and Communication When Buying Carbonated Soft Drinks

  • Figure 101: Important factors of media and communication when buying carbonated soft drinks, January 2014
  • Figure 102: Most popular important factors of media and communication when buying carbonated soft drinks - Rank 1, by demographics, January 2014
  • Figure 103: Next most popular important factors of media and communication when buying carbonated soft drinks - Rank 1, by demographics, January 2014
  • Figure 104: Most popular important factors of media and communication when buying carbonated soft drinks - Rank 2, by demographics, January 2014
  • Figure 105: Next most popular important factors of media and communication when buying carbonated soft drinks - Rank 2, by demographics, January 2014
  • Figure 106: Most popular important factors of media and communication when buying carbonated soft drinks - Rank3, by demographics, January 2014
  • Figure 107: Next most popular important factors of media and communication when buying carbonated soft drinks - Rank3, by demographics, January 2014

Appendix - Willingness to Pay More For New Features and Product Innovations

  • Figure 108: Willingness to pay more for new features and product innovations, January 2014
  • Figure 109: Willingness to pay more for new features and product innovations - Customized pack design, by demographics, January 2014
  • Figure 110: Willingness to pay more for new features and product innovations - Localized pack design, by demographics, January 2014
  • Figure 111: Willingness to pay more for new features and product innovations - Innovative pack design, by demographics, January 2014
  • Figure 112: Willingness to pay more for new features and product innovations - Limited edition, by demographics, January 2014
  • Figure 113: Willingness to pay more for new features and product innovations - Added nutritional benefits, by demographics, January 2014
  • Figure 114: Willingness to pay more for new features and product innovations - Added nourishing Chinese medicine ingredients, by demographics, January 2014
  • Figure 115: Willingness to pay more for new features and product innovations - Using natural ingredients, by demographics, January 2014
  • Figure 116: Willingness to pay more for new features and product innovations - Innovative flavours I've never seen, by demographics, January 2014
  • Figure 117: Willingness to pay more for new features and product innovations - Customizing the flavour of my drink, by demographics, January 2014
  • Figure 118: Willingness to pay more for new features and product innovations - Other exotic fruit flavours, rather than orange or lemon, by demographics, January 2014

Appendix - General Attitude Towards Carbonated Soft Drink

  • Figure 119: General attitude towards carbonated soft drink, January 2014
  • Figure 120: Agreement with the statement 'The advertisements of carbonated soft drinks are too similar to differentiate brands from each other', by demographics, January 2014
  • Figure 121: Agreement with the statement 'Manufactures of carbonated soft drinks should provide more information on the pack', by demographics, January 2014
  • Figure 122: Agreement with the statement 'Carbonated soft drinks are more suitable for the younger generation than for other age groups', by demographics, January 2014
  • Figure 123: Agreement with the statement 'Carbonated soft drinks are good to have on the move', by demographics, January 2014
  • Figure 124: Agreement with the statement 'Carbonated soft drinks are suitable for drinking when socializing with others', by demographics, January 2014
  • Figure 125: Agreement with the statement 'Carbonated soft drinks of Chinese brands taste just as good as those of international brands', by demographics, January 2014
  • Figure 126: Agreement with the statement 'Carbonated soft drinks in glass bottles taste better than in other packages', by demographics, January 2014
  • Figure 127: Agreement with the statement 'Low-calorie carbonated soft drinks taste better than regular products', by demographics, January 2014
  • Figure 128: Agreement with the statement 'Carbonated soft drinks available are too sweet', by demographics, January 2014
  • Figure 129: Agreement with the statement 'The artificial sweeteners in low-calorie carbonated soft drinks have more negative impact on health than sugar in regular products', by demographics, January 2014
  • Figure 130: Agreement with the statement 'I would like to see more carbonated soft drinks in smaller pack sizes that can be drunk in one go', by demographics, January 2014
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