New Developments In Bottles For Beverages-Ken Research


Beer is manufactured by more than 3,000 breweries in the United States of America. It is the most popular alcoholic beverage and records 85% of the volume of alcoholic beverages sold in the US each year. The healthy growth in the beer consumption is due to the introduction of lightweight beer bottles which offers a cost-effective and eco-friendly solution for beer manufacturers.

Beer is usually packed in metal cans, glass bottles, draft, other packing such as aluminium bottles, plastic bottles, and refill glass bottles. Now-a-days, beer packing is done majorly in cans and bottles. The cans and bottles have increased in volume, but, cans have taken a major share in the past few years than glass bottles. The consumers demand for quality, natural and clean label food or beverages. Consumers also care about maintenance of glass bottles that are 100% recyclable. Beer consumption growth rate has increased rapidly due to excellent demand and protective qualities of glass packaging.

Consumer’s first choice for reliable, healthy, sustainable and premium products in 2017 will continue to keep glass bottle packing in strong demand among all brands that hope to meet the expectations and make a distinction of their products on the shelves. The growth in beverages is likely to remain tough in 2017, with majority of the brands turning to glass packaging to meet consumer’s expectations. Globally, the US is a leading country for beverages consumption with steady growth rate.

According to Ken Research Report North America is the fourth largest beer market in the world and holds 14% of the global shares. According to the research report “United States Beer Packaging Market Research Report Forecast 2017 to 2022” , the beer market is based on the product type, category, and packing based on cans and bottles. However, the glass bottles market is expected to grow at a steady rate. The metal beverage may anticipate a second highest growth globally, between the years 2013-2018. There is a massive growth in volume sales of cans than the volume sales of glass bottles.

At the same time, PET bottles attracted the global market for beverages. The PET bottle manufacturers manufacture bottles with specifications for storage of beverages. Changing or switching to PET beer bottles can witness outstanding results. The manufacturers will benefit in cost reduction, lower energy consumption and fewer harmful emissions during transportation. The US and many European countries are expected to contribute to the consumption of PET bottles for the storage of beverages.

Topics Covered in The Report

  • Global beer packaging industry research
  • US beer market research report
  • US alcoholic beverages industry
  • North America alcoholic beverages market
  • US beer packaging market competition
  • US beer packaging industry future Outlook
  • Beer packaging market analysis in the US
  • United States Beer Packaging Market Research
  • US Beer Packaging industry
  • Beer Packaging Market Overview
  • US Production Market Share of Beer Packaging
  • US Beer Packaging Revenue
  • US Beer Packaging Price Forecast

To know more on publication, click on the link below

https://www.kenresearch.com/metal-mining-and-chemicals/chemicals/united-states-beer-packaging/103572-101.html

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Global and China Beer Packaging Market Research Report Forecast 2017 to 2022

Europe Beer Packaging Market Research Report Forecast 2017 to 2022

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