Non-Alcoholic Beer Market Report: Competitor Analysis, Regional Portfolio, and Forecast 2030

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Non-Alcoholic Beer Market Size Anticipated to reach at a USD 30.55 billion by 2030 with CAGR of 7.43% By 2023 - 2030

Non-alcoholic Beer Market Overview

The Non-alcoholic Beer Market revenue was estimated to be USD 18.50 billion in 2022 which is anticipated to reach the valuation of USD 30.55 billion with the CAGR rate of 7.43% by the year 2030.

Recent research shows that the Global Non-alcoholic Beer Market trends has undergone a steep in past few years. The market is also expected to find more opportunities to grow and develop further in the projected period of 2021 to 2030.

Increasing health awareness among people over the world, changing taste, introducing new health trends in market has boosted the market growth in past years. Also, preference of Non-alcoholic beverages, increasing health consciousness and attractive flavors will be the primary market drivers in future time.

The Covid-19 pandemic has affected the Global Non-alcoholic Beer Market negatively due to the lockdown and other restrictions. But on the other hand, Covid pushed people towards healthy lifestyle which helps the market to grow.

Key players

Some key players in the Global Non-alcoholic Beer Market are Heineken International B.V., Moscow Brewing Company, Anheuser-Busch InBev SA/NV, Krombacher Brauerei, and Carlsberg. These key companies are focusing on creating new flavors, launching new products, collaborating with other companies and celebrities to promote their business growth and maintain a firm position in this competitive market.

Market Segmentation

The Global Non-alcoholic Beer Market report is segmented into product type, distribution channel and region.

Depending upon the product type, the market is divided into alcohol free and low alcohol  products.

Depending upon the distribution channel, the market is divided into storage based and non-store based. The store-based segment has the largest Global Low-alcohol beer market size as it incorporates consumer trends like product preference, low cost pricings, various other goods in one place. The retail shops, supermarkets, company outlets are the parts of store-based segment.

Supermarkets hold a significant share in the store-based segment and have 82.9% share of this segment.

Regional Classification

According to the regional segmentation, the Global Non-alcoholic Beer Market is further divided into North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Africa, Middle East Asia and other regions.

North America holds the largest Global Non-alcoholic Beer Market share due to increasing demand for non-alcoholic beverages, introducing new flavors in this region.

Europe will be the fastest growing market in the forecasted period due to the rising health awareness, changing preference and market trends in this region.

Although, Asia Pacific is also predicted to have a great opportunity to grow in the projected period for the increasing demand for non-alcoholic beverages and changing preference in this region.

Industry News

  • The Carlsberg Group has announced their purchase of Wernesgrüner Brewery in Germany in 2020. This acquisition was a made to offer the consumers of Germany to choose from a larger portfolio as well as to save a major part of transportation cost.
  • Heineken N.V in 2021, has announced their purchase of an additional 39,644,346 share in United Brewery Limited. Which will sum up their total share in UBL 61.5%.
  • In 2020, the Suntory and PepsiCo company has announced their joint venture in Thailand which they named PepsiCo Suntory Beverages Thailand.

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