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市場調查報告書 - 58103

美國機能飲料市場

Energy Drinks in the U.S.

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美國機能飲料市場 Energy Drinks in the U.S.
出版日期: 2007年12月02日 內容資訊: 英文 146 pages

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簡介

2006年美國的機能飲料市場規模高達54億美元,預計2011年該零售市場的規模將成長到93億美元。

本報告書內容包括:美國機能飲料市場的實際表現及預測(至2011年)、市場影響因素、領先企業及品牌、主要企業介紹、實際表現、產品、主要市場動向、新產品開發、消費者的購買及消費行為等。內容綱要摘記如下:

第1章 實施概要

第2章 市場

  • 市場規模・成長率
    • 美國零售市場規模:2002年至2006年
    • 與非酒精飲料市場的比較
    • 主要企業
    • 主要品牌
  • 市場影響因素
    • 目標市場行銷:女性・健康/保健
    • 利基市場行銷
    • 方便性
    • 大小
    • 競爭及產品開發
    • 整合
  • 市場預測
    • 美國零售市場規模預測:2006年至2011年

第3章 企業介紹

  • 概要
  • PepsiCo, Inc.
  • Red Bull GmbH
  • Coca-Cola Co.
  • Hansen Natural Corp.
  • Rockstar, Inc.

第4章 市場動向

  • 積極消費者的消費
  • 競爭導致的差異化
  • 香料
  • 内容成份及其益處
  • 有機・天然
  • 自有品牌
  • 奈米科技・微膠囊化、等

第5章 產品・成份動向

  • 主要新產品

第6章 廣告・零售

  • 主要企業的廣告支出
  • 多樣的零售通路
  • 重要度與日俱增的便利商店

第7章 消費者

  • 機能飲料的普及率
  • 利用者的人口特徵
  • 品牌別普及率
  • 青少年的消費
目錄

Abstract

The soda industry better watch its back, there' s a new beverage in town and it' s crossing the line. Energy drinks, once the lesser segment within the sports nutritional beverage industry, has had break away success since 2002 growing an incredible 45% CAGR to reach $5.4 billion in 2006.

A closer look at IRI-tracked sales shows how flat bubbly soda is. In the past five years, energy drinks sales through mass-market channels grew at a 56% CAGR, while carbonated sodas declined 1%. The rub for the soda industry is that energy drinks are harkening back to the good old days and positioning products as elixirs of good health. In essence, energy drinks are reinventing the original soda platform from the late 19th century with a return to the early functional benefits of the soft beverage category.

Other beverage and even food and personal care categories may feel the power of energy drinks, as it creatively cross-fertilizes. Some mergers seem obvious, such as with tea and coffee products, but recent innovations in energy ice cream and energy drink beauty products speak to a very different future.

Energy Drinks in the U.S. examines the state of the U.S. market, from everyday major players to specialty premium niche players. The report analyses manufacturer and retailer strategies used to maximize growth and profitability. Coverage includes analysis of consumer usage, brand preference, retailing, new products and factors and trends that will fuel future growth.

Report Methodology

The information in Energy Drinks in the U.S. is obtained from both primary and secondary research. Primary research data is provided by Simmons Market Research Bureau (consumer buying and usage data), Information Resources Inc. (market share data), and ProductScan (new product introduction data). Secondary research data has been obtained from trade association publications, business and medical journals, company literature and websites, databases, and investment reports.

What You' ll Get in this Report

Energy Drinks in the U.S. offers unique perspective on the bourgeoning market. No other market research report provides the analysis and trends coverage that Packaged Facts offers. Plus, you' ll benefit from extensive data, presented in easy-to-read and practical charts, tables and graphs.

How You Will Benefit from this Report

If your company wants to get a head' s up on the trends that will be driving the market, you will find this report invaluable, as it provides a comprehensive package of information and insight not offered in any other single source. You will gain a thorough understanding of the factors that influence the development of this market.

This report will help:

  • Marketing Managers identify market opportunities and develop targeted promotion plans.
  • Research and development professionals stay on top of competitor initiatives and explore demand for new product introductions.
  • Advertising agencies working with clients in the beverage industry and related industries to understand consumer mindset and to develop consumer messaging for these products.
  • Business development executives understand the dynamics of the market and identify possible partnerships.
  • Information and research center librarians provide market researchers, brand and product managers and other colleagues with the vital information they need to do their jobs more effectively.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Executive Summary

  • Scope
  • Methodology
  • Market Size and Growth
    • Total Market for Energy Drinks Reaches $5.4 Billion
    • Figure 1-1 Total U.S. Retail Market Value for Energy Drinks, 2002-2006 (in billion $)
    • IRI-tracked Sales Grow 45% in 2006
    • Figure 1-2 IRI-tracked Sales for Energy Drinks, 2002-2006 (in million $)
    • Energy Drinks and the Non-Alcoholic Beverage Market
    • Figure 1-3 Market Share of Energy Drinks vs. All Other Non-Alcoholic Beverages by IRI-tracked Sales, 2006 (%)
    • Red Bull Remains #1 Energy Drink Marketer
    • Table 1-1 Top U.S. Energy Drink Marketers by IRI-tracked Sales, 2002-2006 (in million $)
    • New Brands Nip at Red Bull' s Lead
    • Table 1-2 Top U.S. Energy Drink Brands by IRI-tracked Sales, 2002-2006 (in million $)
  • Energy Drinks Market Forecast
    • Factors to Growth
    • Total Retail Value to Reach $9.3 Billion by 2011
    • Figure 1-4 Projected Total U.S. Retail Market Value for Energy Drinks, 2006-2011 (in billion $)
  • Market Trends
    • Energy Not Necessarily Tied to Heavy Activity
    • Rising Competition Pushes Differentiation
    • Old-School Energy Boosters: Caffeine and Alcohol
    • Natural and Organic
    • Private Label May Energize
    • Nanotechnology and Microencapsulation
    • Core Company Values and Commitment Important
    • Energy Drink Introductions Hit Adrenaline Surge
    • Cost of Entry: Single Serve and Vitamins
    • Health Innovation: Antioxidants & Omega-3 Fatty Acids
    • Category Crossing Creates New Opportunities
    • Kaleidoscopic Flavors Spurred by Superfruits
  • Advertising and Retail
    • Consumer Advertising Expenditures
    • Red Bull Dominates in Advertising Spend
    • Evolving Media Consumption and Opportunities
    • Sport and Celebrity Branding
    • Lasting Ties to Music Industry
    • Bloom Reaches Out to Women
    • Diet Pepsi Shows Marketing Strength with MAX Launch
    • Grabbing Consumer Attention at Bottle
    • Retail Distribution Varied
    • Convenience Stores Growing in Importance
    • Specialty Outlets and Non-traditional
    • Start Small to Go Big
    • Nimble Enough for Special Relationships
  • The Consumer
    • Energy Drink Usage Penetration
    • Energy Drink User Demographic Characteristics
    • Energy Drink Consumption Lower for Women
    • Brand Usage Rates Suffer From Fragmentation

Chapter 2: The Market

  • Scope
  • Methodology
  • Market Size and Growth
    • Total Market for Energy Drinks Reaches $5.4 Billion
    • Figure 2-1 Total U.S. Retail Market Value for Energy Drinks, 2002-2006 (in billion $)
    • Table 2-1 U.S. Retail Sales and Year-over-Year Percentage Change for Energy Drinks, 2002-2006 (in million $)
    • Global Context
    • IRI-tracked Sales Grow 45% in 2006
    • Figure 2-2 IRI-tracked Sales for Energy Drinks, 2002-2006 (in million $)
    • Energy Drinks and the Non-Alcoholic Beverage Market
    • Figure 2-3 Market Share of Energy Drinks vs. All Other Non-Alcoholic Beverages by IRI-tracked Sales, 2006 (%)
    • Table 2-3 IRI-tracked Sales Comparison of Energy Drinks vs. Sports Drinks and Carbonated Beverages, 2002-2006 (in million $)
    • Growth Driven by Unit Volume, Higher Prices
    • Figure 2-4 IRI-tracked Energy Drink Volume and Unit Sales Trends, 2005-2006
    • Top Energy Drink Marketers
    • Red Bull Remains #1
    • Hansen Natural Sees Growth Spurt
    • Sobe and PepsiCo Together Rank Third
    • Table 2-4 Top U.S. Energy Drink Marketers by IRI-tracked Sales, 2002-2006 (in million $)
    • Figure 2-5 Market Share of Top U.S. Energy Drink Marketers by IRI-tracked Sales, 2006 (%)
    • Top Energy Drink Brands
    • Red Bull, Monster Top the List
    • Table 2-5 Top U.S. Energy Drink Brands by IRI-tracked Sales, 2002-2006 (in million $)
    • Figure 2-6 Market Share of Top U.S. Energy Drink Brands by IRI-tracked Sales, 2006 (%)
  • Factors Affecting the Market
    • Target Marketing: Women and Health/Wellness
    • Niche Marketing
    • The Role of Convenience
    • Bigger Is Better
    • Increased Competition, Innovation
    • Consolidation
  • Energy Drinks Market Forecast
    • Total Retail Value to Reach $9.3 Billion by 2011
    • Figure 2-7 Projected Total U.S. Retail Market Value for Energy Drinks,
    • 2006-2011 (in billion $)
    • Table 2-6 Projected Retail Sales and Year-over-Year Percentage Change for Energy Drinks, 2002-2006 (in million $)

Chapter 3: Corporate Profiles

  • Overview
    • A Shifting Landscape
    • Number of Marketers Growing
    • Table 3-1 Top 25 Corporations Introducing Energy Drink Products, by Number of Reports, 2006
  • PepsiCo, Inc.
    • Company Overview
    • Performance
    • Figure 3-1 PepsiCo' s IRI-Tracked Energy Drink Sales, 2002-2006 (in million $)
    • Figure 3-2 PepsiCo' s IRI-Tracked Energy Drink Sales by Brand, 2002-2006 (in million $)
    • Volume and Unit Analysis
    • Table 3-2 SoBe Energy Drink Volume and Unit Trends by IRI-Tracked Sales, 2005 vs. 2006
    • Table 3-3 PepsiCo Energy Drink Volume and Unit Trends by IRI-Tracked Sales, 2005 vs. 2006
    • Product Portfolio
    • Table 3-4 Selected Brand Portfolio of PepsiCo' s Energy Drink Products
    • Recent Activity
    • Crossing Over with Diet Pepsi Max
    • Dale Earnhardt Jr. & Mountain Dew' s AMP
  • Red Bull GmbH
    • Company Overview
    • Performance
    • Figure 3-3 Red Bull North America' s IRI-Tracked Energy Drink Sales, 2002-2006 (in million $)
    • Table 3-5 Red Bull North America' s IRI-Tracked Energy Drink Sales by Brand, 2002-2006 (in million $)
    • Volume and Unit Analysis
    • Table 3-6 Red Bull Energy Drink Volume and Unit Trends by IRI-Tracked Sales, 2005 vs. 2006
    • Selected Activity
    • Red Bull Arena
    • Mobile Energy Team Program
    • The Athletic Banned Substances Certification Program
  • Coca-Cola Co.
    • Company Overview
    • Performance
    • Figure 3-4 Coca-Cola' s IRI-Tracked Energy Drink Sales, 2002-2006 (in million $)
    • Table 3-7 Coca-Cola' s IRI-Tracked Energy Drink Sales by Brand, 2002-2006 (in million $)
    • Volume and Unit Analysis
    • Table 3-8 Coca-Cola Energy Drink Volume and Unit Trends by IRI-Tracked Sales, 2005 vs. 2006
    • Product Portfolio
    • Table 3-9 Selected Brand Portfolio of Coca-Cola' s Energy Drink Products
    • Selected Activity
    • Busy with Innovation
    • Vault Sampling Effort
    • Fuze Purchase
  • Hansen Natural Corp.
    • Company Overview
    • Performance
    • Figure 3-5 Net Sales of Hansen Natural' s Energy Drinks, 2002-2006 (in million $)
    • Figure 3-6 Hansen Natural' s IRI-Tracked Energy Drink Sales, 2002-2006 (in million $)
    • Table 3-10 Hansen Natural' s IRI-Tracked Energy Drink Sales by Brand, 2002-2006 (in million $)
    • Volume and Unit Analysis
    • Table 3-11 Hansen Natural Energy Drink Volume and Unit Trends by IRI- tracked Sales, 2005 vs. 2006
    • Product Portfolio
    • Table 3-12 Brand Portfolio of Hansen Natural' s Energy Drink Products
    • Selected Activity
    • Distribution Deal with Anheuser-Busch
    • Hansen Ranked 2nd in Forbes' 200 Best Small Companies
    • Marketing Initiatives
  • Rockstar, Inc.
    • Company Overview
    • Performance
    • Figure 3-7 Rockstar' s IRI-Tracked Energy Drink Sales, 2002-2006 (in million $)
    • Table 3-13 Rockstar' s IRI-Tracked Energy Drink Sales by Brand, 2002-2006 (in million $)
    • Volume and Unit Analysis
    • Table 3-14 Rockstar Energy Drink Volume and Unit Trends by IRI-tracked Sales, 2005 vs. 2006
    • Product Portfolio
    • Table 3-15 Brand Portfolio of Rockstar Energy Drink Products
    • Recent Activity
    • Launching in UK
    • Corporations Introducing Energy Drinks in 2006
    • Table 3-16 Complete List of Corporations Introducing Energy Drink Products, by Number of Reports, 2006

Chapter 4: Market Trends

  • Energy Not Necessarily Tied to Heavy Activity
  • But Active Consumers Still Show Above Average Energy Drink Usage
  • Table 4-1 Energy Drink Usage vs. Sports and Non-Diet Cola Drinks by Top 10 Activities, 2006 (index)
  • Rising Competition Pushes Differentiation
  • The Flavor Factor
  • Table 4-2 Attributes That Impact Consumer Decisions to Buy Foods and Beverages, 2006 vs. 2007
  • Finding the Winning Formula
  • Table 4-3 Top Ingredient Purchases for R&D, 2005-2006
  • Positioning on Therapeutic Benefits
  • Table 4-4 Standard Energy Drink Ingredients and Benefits
  • Table 4-4cont. Standard Energy Drink Ingredients and Benefits
  • The “New Age” of Influence
  • Sensory Attributes Get Intense
  • Old-School Energy Boosters: Caffeine and Alcohol
  • Caffeine, America' s Drug of Choice
  • Table 4-5 Caffeine Content of Selected Energy Drinks
  • Alcoholic Energy Drinks Buzz
  • Table 4-6 Alcohol Content of Selected Energy Drinks
  • Table 4-7 Energy Drink Consumers' Response to the Statement, “The Point of Drinking is to Get Drunk,” 2006 (index)
  • Table 4-8 Selected Mixed Drink Recipes Featuring Energy Drinks
  • Appealing to Demographic Groups
  • Energy Drinks for Every Man ... and Woman
  • A Liquid Experience for Boomers
  • Energy Drinks for the Hispanic Market
  • Natural and Organic
  • Private Label May Energize
  • Re-Enter the Genki Dragon
  • Nanotechnology and Microencapsulation
  • Core Company Values and Commitment Important

Chapter 5: Product and Ingredient Trends

  • Energy Drink Introductions Hit Adrenaline Surge
  • Some Product Claims Stay Hot
  • Cost of Entry: Single Serve and Vitamins
  • Who Needs Sugar?
  • Other Product Claims Emerge
  • Antioxidants Spur Category Crossover
  • Functionality Hot Button: Omega-3 Fatty Acids
  • Selected Trends by Number of New Product Claims
  • Table 5-1 Selected Energy Drink Trends, by Number of New Product Introduction Package Claims, 2003-2007
  • Category Crossing Creates New Opportunities
  • Dairy is Whey Cool
  • Flavor Trends
  • Kaleidoscopic Flavors Spurred by Superfruits
  • Top Flavor Introductions Still Tame, Though
  • Table 5-3 Selected Energy Drink Flavor Trends, by Number of New Product Introductions, 2003-2007
  • Selected New Product Introductions
  • Table 5-4 Selected List of New Energy Drink Product Introductions, June 2006-July 2007

Chapter 6: Advertising and Retail

  • Consumer Advertising Expenditures
  • Red Bull Dominates in Advertising Spend
  • Table 6-1 Selected Energy Drink Advertising Spends, 2006 (in thousand $)
  • Evolving Media Consumption and Opportunities
  • Sport and Celebrity Branding
  • Lasting Ties to Music Industry
  • Bloom Reaches Out to Women
  • Much Activity Around Diet Pepsi MAX Launch
  • Grabbing Consumer Attention at Bottle
  • Retail Distribution Varied
  • Figure 6-1 Hansen Natural' s Retail Distribution by Type of Outlet, 2006 (%)
  • Convenience Stores Growing in Importance
  • Specialty Outlets, General Market
  • Think Non-Traditional
  • Start Small to Go Big
  • Nimble Enough for Special Relationships

Chapter 7: The Consumer

  • The Simmons Survey System
  • Energy Drink Usage Penetration
  • Table 7-1 Consumer Penetration Rates for Energy Drinks vs. Sports and Non-Diet Cola Drinks, 2004-2006 (%)
  • Figure 7-1 Consumer Penetration Rates for Energy Drinks vs. Sports and Energy Drinks, 2004-2006 (%)
  • Energy Drink User Demographic Characteristics
  • Table 7-2 Top Demographics Favoring Energy Drinks vs. Sports and Non-Diet Cola Drinks, 2006 (index)
  • Energy Drink Consumption Lower for Women
  • Table 7-3 Number of Energy Drinks Consumed by Energy Drink Users in the Last 30 Days
  • Brand Usage Rates Suffer From Fragmentation
  • Table 7-4 Consumer Penetration Rates by Selected Energy Drink Brands, 2004-2006
  • Figure 7-2 Consumer Penetration Rates by Selected Energy Drink Brands, 2004-2006
  • Energy Drink Consumer Responses to Psychographic Statements
    • Into Health Products, But May Be Fickle
    • Table 7-5 Energy Drink Consumer Responses to Selected Health and Nutrition Statements, 2006 (index)
    • Too Time-Pressed to Care for Self
    • Table 7-6 Energy Drink Consumer Responses to Selected Time Crunch Statements, 2006 (index)
    • Not Afraid to Experiment
    • Table 7-7 Energy Drink Consumer Responses to Selected Experimentation Statements, 2006 (index)
    • Specialty May Be a Motivator
    • Table 7-8 Energy Drink Consumer Responses to Selected Food & Beverage Statements, 2006 (index)
  • A Look at Teen Energy Drink Usage
    • Energy Drink Penetration Among Teens
    • Table 7-9 Teen and Adult Consumer Penetration Rates for Energy Drinks vs. Sports and Non-Diet Cola Drinks, 2006 (%)
    • Figure 7-3 Teen Consumer Penetration Rates for Energy Drinks vs. Sports and Non-Diet Cola Drinks, 2004-2006 (%)
    • Energy Drink Consumption Greater Among Teens
    • Table 7-10 Number of Energy Drinks Consumed in Last 30 Days: Teens vs. Adults, 2006 (%)
    • Teen Energy Drink User Demographics
    • Table 7-11 Teen Energy Drink Usage by Demographic Characteristic, 2006 (index)
    • Brand Usage Rates Allude to Fragmentation
    • Table 7-12 Teen Consumer Penetration Rates by Selected Energy Drink Brands, 2004-2006
    • Figure 7-4 Teen Consumer Penetration Rates by Selected Energy Drink Brands, 2004-2006
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