The bottled tea market place has remained dynamic majorly due to altering consumer preference and beverage manufacturersâ€™ efforts to meet the evolving demand. â€˜New releasesâ€™ in terms of flavor, authenticity and packaging in the tea market has become a pervasive strategy among bottled tea brands, small or big.
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The hospitality industry or HORECA (Hotel, Restaurant and CafÃ©) has gained significant momentum in the past decade against the backdrop of increasing propensity of consumers for food offerings prepared outside the home. Growing interest of consumer packaged goods (CPG) industry in the HORECA to boost revenues has, in turn increased market revenues of bottled tea manufacturers.
Although bottled tea has successfully entered the online sales channel, in an attempt to explore new modes of distribution beyond conventional supply chain, online retailers are also entering HORECA to favor revenue generation. Further, new trends in the hospitality industry such as pop up restaurants, fast casual dining experiences, here-to-stay cafÃ© and all-day breakfast are advocating the supply chain penetration of bottled tea market in HORECA.
In a bid to meet consumer demand for ingredient authenticity, tea brands have indulged in R&D efforts to develop tea formulations with authentic taste and aroma. Implementation of a ready-to-drink trend in processing and manufacturing has introduced a variety of teas that are bottled, chilled and commercializedâ€" a perfect to-go beverage for consumers driving the clean label movement.
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Aware of consumer sentiments for the clean label and low-sugar beverages, brands in the beverage industry have introduced multiple clean label tea-based formulations that are natural in origin and retains salutary benefits. Industry titans including Unilever, Englewood Cliffs, N.J., Nestle and DuPont Nutrition & Health and premium entrepreneurs such as DanoneWave, Uncle Matt and Sunup Inc. have ramped up their focus on clean label product offerings including bottled tea.
Consumer demand for functional ingredients is on the rise. Tea blends with functional ingredients are the most trending phenomena in the bottled tea. A meteoric rise in the popularity of green tea in the past decade as a healthy beverage is here to stay. Further, different types of tea sold as bottled tea are believed to be rich in polyphenols and antioxidants- healthful components.
Although, in recent past, bottled tea witnessed a downfall amid the rise of the low- or no-sugar trend, manufacturersâ€™ attempts to meet health preferences of consumers have brought back bottled tea in the beverages market wherein retail shelves are currently superfluous with multiple brands of bottled tea.
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