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RYNKI ALKOHOLOWE
No. 9 (270)
September 2017

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Fourth Congress of Spirit Industry
Equal to all and friendly legal environment, the fight against the grey zone and the need to promote responsible consumption of alcohol are the most important demands made during the Fourth Congress of Spirit Industry held at the Ministry of Finance in Warsaw. The organiser of the event was the Union of Employers of Polish Spirit Industry and the Polish Chamber of Commerce.
The spirits industry is an important part of the Polish economy. In contributes over PLN 12.5 billion annually to public finances, mainly from excise and VAT. It employs directly over 5 thousand, and indirectly 89 thousand people. The production of spirits is used to manage the surplus of agricultural produce: 750 thousand tonnes of grains and 50 thousand tonnes of potatoes are processed annually. Exports of Polish spirits bring more than PLN 700 million annually.
Rynki Alkoholowe, 7/2017
 
Ciders and drinks ready for anything
In the case of ready-to-drink low-alcohol drinks, Sobieski Impress (12%), Smirnoff Ice (7%) and Bacardi Breezer (6%) were the best in unaided tests. The same brands also achieved the highest scores in the aided test – Sobieski Impress (30%) was leading again followed by Smirnoff Ice (29%) and Bacardi Breezer (24%). Other brands were indicated spontaneously only by single respondents of CBM Indicator. Interesting is the case of Finland Frost, which although was outside the top five (17%) in the aided test, it was just behind the podium (3%) in the unaided test.
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Sale of cider and alcoholic beverages in small-format stores and supermarkets
Ciders and drinks, the so called RTD drinks, belong to the categories that have marginal importance in the spirit market. The both categories are characterised by seasonality with the highest increase in summer sales volume, with cider being more noticeable. Between June 2016 and May 2017, approximately 45% of the value generated from the sale of ciders and drinks was in this period, both in small format stores up to 300 m2 and in supermarkets (300-2500 m2). In those months, the number of transactions involving cider or drink was up to 1.5 times higher than the average of the last 12 months in both types of stores. The share of ciders and drinks in the value of sales of alcoholic beverages in small-format stores and also in larger establishments does not exceed 1%. In larger establishments, the situation is slightly better, as almost all stores with alcohol sale have ciders on their shelves, and the average number of variants in May 2017 was 8.
Rynki Alkoholowe, 7/2017
 
Apple in the lead role
Lovers of liquors associate France primarily with wines. And no wonder, after all, the country is still one of the world’s leading grape growers. The grapes, however, have a decent opponent already in Normandy alone. It’s... an apple. This spherical fruit with juicy pulp became the basis of three beers typical of this region of France – cider, calvados and pommeau.
Rynki Alkoholowe, 7/2017
 
High level competition
The 9th Tasting Vodkas organized by the nationwide trade magazine „Rynki Alkoholowe” is already behind us. On Friday, May 26, the best products in the category were selected and awarded at Mio Piano Restaurant in Toruń. This year’s competition, both among pure vodkas as well as in the group of flavoured vodkas and flavoured spirits, stood at the highest level. After counting the points awarded by the jury, the gold medal in the category of pure vodkas went to... Finland Vodka from the portfolio of Brown-Forman Polska Sp. z o.o. in the category of flavoured vodkas and flavoured spirit products, the victory was clear and unmistakable.
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