Production, sales and packaging status of the hott

2022-10-13
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Japan's beer market output, sales and packaging status

Japan's beer output and consumption are among the best in the world. As early as 1977, Japan's beer production has reached 4.2 billion liters, and increased to 5.4 billion liters in 1987. 11. In the use of wire change experimental machine, we must learn and study the instruction manual of the instrument. In 1994, Japan's beer production increased to 7.4 billion liters, the highest value in history, and has declined year by year since then. Consumption was also the largest in 1994. In this year, the consumption of beer in Japan was 7.45 billion liters, and has decreased year after year

since 2000, the shipment volume of Japanese beer (including foam wine and new flavor wine) has been the largest with 7.16 billion liters in 2001 (but there is still a gap of about 300million liters compared with the record high of 7.45 billion liters in 1994), which has fallen to less than 7billion liters after 2002

it was 6.93 billion liters in 2002, 6.5 billion liters in 2003, slightly increased to 6.54 billion liters in 2004, and continued to decrease to 6.34 billion liters in 2005. In addition, according to the statistics of Kirin Beer Company of Japan, Japan's beer production in 2004 was 6.6 billion liters, ranking eighth in the world. Compared with 7.2 billion liters in 1994 10 years ago, the production decreased by 8.2%

in 2004, the world beer production was 154.7 billion liters, and there were 14 countries with a production of more than 2billion liters. The top 10 beer producing countries in the world were China 28.75 billion liters, the United States 23.33 billion liters, Germany 10.62 billion liters, Brazil 8.73 billion liters, Russia 7.52 billion liters, Mexico 6.85 billion liters, Japan 6.6 billion liters, Britain 5.75 billion liters, Spain 3.08 billion liters and Poland 2.77 billion liters

in terms of varieties, there are three major categories of Japanese beer - traditional beer, foam wine and new flavor wine. The shipment volume of traditional beer fell year after year, from 5.57 billion liters in 2000 to 4.35 billion liters in 2002 and 3.88 billion liters in 2004, and decreased to 3.57 billion liters in 2005. The proportion of traditional beer in the overall beer market in Japan decreased from 60.7% in 2003 to 56.4% in 2005

foam wine (a mixture of beer and other beverages) only appeared in 1994. In 1999, the shipment volume has exceeded 1billion liters, and in 2002, it increased to nearly 2.6 billion liters. However, it was reduced to 2.55 billion liters in 2003, further reduced to 2.35 billion liters in 2004, and sharply reduced to 1.76 billion liters in 2005. The share of foam liquor in the overall beer market in Japan increased from 5.7% in 1997 to 22% in 2000 and 39.2% in 2003, but decreased to 35.8% in 2004 and 27.7% in 2005

new flavor liquor, also known as "the third beer", has soared year after year since it was produced and listed by Sapporo company of Japan in 2003. The so-called "third beer" refers to a beer flavored beverage without malt and wheat, also known as new fenye liquor. The shipment volume of Japanese new fenye wine increased sharply from less than 30million liters in 2003 to 320million liters in 2004 and 1.01 billion liters in 2005. In 2010, the market share of the Japanese beer market accounted for around 5% in 2004 and 16% in 2005, up from less than 0.1% in 2003. The main reason for the popularity of new flavor liquor in the Japanese beer market is its low tax rate, which can also reduce the price

users of Xinfeng flavor liquor and foam liquor are ordinary families, and 100% of new flavor liquor is sold to families, and the household application proportion of foam liquor is as high as 95.7%. The proportion of traditional beer in household land consumption fees decreased from 56.6% in 2004 to 55.3% in 2005, while business applications increased from 43.4% to 44.7%. The main reason for the decline in the proportion of family consumption of traditional beer is that family consumers are increasingly turning to low-priced new flavor wine

the change of consumption proportion also has an impact on beer packaging. For example, the increase in the share of traditional beer in business applications has led to the increase in the proportion of barrel packed beer year after year, from 11.8% in 1995 to 14.4% in 1997, 17.9% in 1999, 23% in 2001, 26.4% in 2003 and 29.4% in 2005. The proportion of beer in metal cans decreased from 48.1% in 2000 to 43.7% in 2003 and 43.6% in 2005. Beer in glass bottles decreased from 42.9% in 1995 to 36.9% in 1997, 35% in 1999, 31.9% in 2001, 29.9% in 2003 and 27% in 2005. The proportion of foam wine in metal cans has decreased in recent years, from 96.7% in 2003 and 2004 to 95.8% in 2005. Barreled foam wine rose from 2.8% in 2003 to 3.8% in 2005. The proportion of glass bottle foam wine is very small, which was only 0.4% in 2005

the packaging of Xinfeng flavor wine is 100% metal cans. The overall packaging proportion of beer is still the highest in metal cans, increasing from 64.5% in 2003 to 20, but from 67% in 2017 (2) 022 and 2005. The vast majority of beer packaging metal cans in Japan are aluminum cans, and the annual consumption of beer aluminum cans has been more than 10billion in recent years, such as 11.7 billion in 2003, accounting for 2/3 of the 17.5 billion aluminum cans consumed in Japan. The proportion of barrels is also increasing, from 17.1% in 2003 to 17.6% in 2005. The proportion of glass bottles decreased significantly, from 18.3% in 2003 to 15.4% in 2005

the shipment volume of beer packaging glass bottles in Japan reached 310million in 1998, decreased to 270Million in 1999, and then decreased significantly year by year. It decreased to 170million, 104million and 120million in 2002, 2003 and 2004 respectively, and 106million in 2005. In other words, from the perspective of packaging, cans of beer now account for 2/3 of Japan's overall beer, bottled wine accounts for more than 1/6, and bottled wine accounts for less than 1/6

source: China Packaging News

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