Wine production machinery is used for production of wine from white grapes, black grapes, and other special varieties of grapes. There are various types of equipment used for wine production in the industry. The report includes type of wine production machinery such as tanks & fermenters, crushing & pressing equipment, temperature control equipment, filtration equipment, and others.
Bubble tea (also known as pearl milk tea, bubble milk tea, boba juice, boba tea, or simply boba) is a Taiwanese tea-based drink invented in Tainan and Taichung in the 1980s. Most bubble tea recipes contain a tea base mixed with fruit or milk, to which chewy tapioca balls (known as bubbles, pearls, or boba) and fruit jelly are often added. Ice-blended versions are usually mixed with fruit or syrup, resulting in a slushy consistency. There are many varieties of the drink with a wide range of ingredients. The two most popular varieties are bubble milk tea with tapioca and bubble milk green tea with tapioca.
The food and beverage industry is going through enormous changes due to factors, such as changing consumer preferences, which prompt the FMCG companies to adopt new technologies and measures to offer packaging on-par with the changing trends. Modern packaging technology is being adopted by packaging vendors in order to improve the quality of packaging to serve a more extensive range of customers (FMCG companies) and to enable them to achieve product differentiation. With the rising demand for nutritional foods among consumers, the FMCG packaging companies are innovating their packaging in order to preserve the nutritional value of the products that are being packed. The transpor tation of packed goods and consumables can have adverse effects and can also lead to a reduction of the nutritional value of the packaged contents. In combination with consumers' desire to have information about the origin of the food products, more and more hyperlocal supply chains are emerging. With the recent trend of private labels, big retailers are ramping up their packaging in order to attract customers. More than half of consumers are loyal to a specific store due to its private-label brands, according to a survey conducted by Daymon.
The world’s wine consuming population is surging every day. The world relies and depends on the stuff and quality of the wine irrespective of the flavor, red, or white. Wine is being increasingly consumed at celebrations, special occasions, used as a cooking ingredient, and as winter warmer. The storage pattern is the crucial factor determining the preservation of quality, especially when it comes to wine consumption. Since wines cannot withstand in the open atmosphere for so long once it's opened, it should be stored in the specific temperature based on the type and quantity. It can also be more prone to yeast formation and microbial growth when it is not stored properly. Subsequently, it has given rise to the growth of wine coolers in the past decade.
Clean label is not only the natural and organic product category, but the food in which ingredients are very few are also considered as clean label. Consumers with increased disposable income are moving toward a vegan lifestyle that mainly includes clean label products; therefore, manufacturers are also adopting new trends in the manufacturing of food and beverages. The food industry has been focusing on innovations in food and beverages according to the demand from the consumers. Manufacturers are focusing on key innovations that cater to the requirements of their target consumers. Rise in awareness toward health and wellness has resulted in increased demand for various types of special clean label ingredients made using organic products. Thus, clean label ingredients are gaining increased traction among food & beverage manufacturers.
The report analyzes the Tea market in accordance with type, packaging, distribution channel, application, and Region. It includes the revenue generated from sales of tea across North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and LAMEA. In addition, a detailed description on various tea types, such as green tea, black tea, oolong tea, fruit/herbal tea, and others, along with different packaging available for tea, that is, plastic containers, loose tea, paperboards, aluminum tins, and tea bags are included. Moreover, the different distribution channels of tea, namely, supermarkets/hypermarkets, specialty stores, convenience stores, online stores, and others are described in detail in the report. The major applications of tea, that is, residential and commercial, are also explained thoroughly. To present a detailed market assessment, this study also considers factors that influence the Tea market, which include the trends, drivers, restraints, and opportunities while predicting the revenues from 2019 to 2026.
Plant-based beverages are natural and chemical-free milk products derived through grains, seeds, or nuts. They act as a substitute to dairy products for consumers who are allergic to dairy products. Some of the major plant- based beverages are coffee, RTD tea, coconut water, soymilk, and rice milk. The sources of plant-based beverages products covered in the report comprise soymilk, almond milk, rice milk, and other sources, which include coconut, oat, hemp, peanut, cashew, and others. Soymilk is more prominent segment, owing to huge demand of soy-based soft drinks in the global market.
Champagne is a sparkling wine produced from specific types of grapes with specific vineyard practices and is produced in the Champagne region in France. For the purpose of analysis, the global champagne market is segmented into price point, distribution channel, and region. The report includes the details about the price points, such as economy, mid-range, and luxury. In addition, the report covers the study of the champagne market, focusing on various distribution channels, including supermarket/hypermarket, specialty stores, on trade, and others. The report covers the revenue generated from the sales of champagne offered in regions such as North America (U.S., Canada, and Mexico), Europe (Germany, France, the UK, Italy, Belgium, and rest of Europe), Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, Australia, South Korea, and rest of Asia-Pacific), and LAMEA (Middle East, Latin America, and Africa).
Absinthe is a green or often colorless processed liquor with a very high alcoholic content, flavored with anise, wormwood, and some other aromatic, medicinal, and culinary herbs such as flowers and leaves of Artemisia absinthium. Its alcohol content is around 45 to 76% of total liquid alcohol. When Absinthe does not contain any added sugar in it, it is called spirit. Absinthe is bottled at a very high level of alcohol by volume, but at the time of consumption it is diluted with water. It is conventionally prepared from purification of neutral alcohol, spices, herbs, and water. While traditional absinthes are redistilled from white grape spirit, lesser absinthes were commonly made by alcohol processed from grain, potatoes, or beets. Different kind of herbs may be used in the preparation of absinthe such as angelica, petite wormwood hyssop, Melissa, coriander, star anise, peppermint, and veronica. In past times, when Absinthe was very little known, it had often been popularly portrayed as an addictive psychoactive drug, which causes hallucinogen. Although Absinthe was known as a drug causing hallucinogen, the twenty-first century has seen various types of absinthe, including a range of frozen preparations, which have become increasingly popular. Some of the popular types of absinthe are Blanche absinthe, Verte absinthe, Absenta, Hausgemacht, and Bohemian-style absinthe.
Milk products that are prepared by lactic acid fermentation or combination of lactic acid and yeast fermentation are called fermented or cultured milk products. Fermented milk is the collective name for products such as yoghurt, kefir, ymer, filmjölk, cultured buttermilk, koumiss, and cultured cream. The microorganisms used in the production of kefir and koumiss also produce ethyl alcohol. Milk turns sour and coagulated under the influence of certain microorganisms. There are variety of types of cultured milk products that can be found around the globe including milk, yogurt, cheese, and other cultured dairy foods. To achieve high quality products, milk must have high bacteriological quality, which includes low content of bacteria and substances that may prevent the development of yoghurt culture. It is necessary for a dairy to obtain milk for yoghurt production from selected and approved producers and carefully analyze the same.