Kits aid on-premise operators to increase revenue, profit from wine sales
August 30, 2021
Coravin Inc. launched its new Professional Wine Preservation Kits that are specifically designed for on-premise partners (restaurants, bars and wineries) to increase revenue and profit from wine sales as they reopen and rebuild following the pandemic.
In both wine and spirits markets, everyday occasions are driving consumption, along with premium offerings. Whiskey leads the way in spirits, with table wines being among the favorites in the wine category, notched by sparkling wines.
Proprietor August Sebastiani debuted a reserve line of Gehricke Wines through its first direct-to-consumer (DTC) program, featuring three small production, single vineyard wines from top sites in Sonoma County.
Premiumization, eCommerce will be more vital for recovery efforts
May 27, 2020
Although worldwide beverage alcohol volume increased slightly in 2019, reversing declines from the year prior, it will be five years before the global industry rebounds from the ongoing Covid-19 crisis, according to comprehensive new research from IWSR Drinks Market Analysis.
Basket sizes for frozen foods, packaged foods and beverages up vs. 2019
May 5, 2020
For the United States, sales trends remain slightly elevated as total store sales are up 4.1 percent, according to IRI data. Total non-edible sale are relatively flat (up 0.8 percent), while total edible sales are up 5.1 percent.
Grocery channel outpaces MULO since peak stockpiling
April 27, 2020
IRI updated the report “Consumer Spending Tracker: COVID-19 Impact” to capture the most recent insights. The most recent report sources sales data from the IRI POS Data ending April 12. For the United States, sales trends remain elevated but are down significantly from its peak. Total store sales were up 14.3 percent for that time period. For edible, sales were up 18.8 percent; however, for the week timeframe, non-edible sales were down 0.8 percent.
Across geographies, consumer demand appears to be beginning to stabilize toward previous year trends, although in some categories demand is significantly higher or lower than the previous year, according to recent information from Information Resources Inc. (IRI), Chicago.