Cold Brew Coffee Market is Anticipated to Expand at a CAGR of 14.10% During the

Posted by Pradeep Zende on March 27th, 2020

Global Cold Brew Coffee Market is estimated to be valued at USD 507.93 Million by 2025, expanding at a CAGR of 14.10% during the forecast period. Cold brew coffee is a coffee variant which is brewed with room temperature or cold water for 12 to 24 hours. This coffee variant offers a milder flavor than regular roasted coffee due to the addition of cold water. Presently, market players are increasing their product portfolio by launching ready-to-drink (RTD) cold brew coffee and infusing it with nitrogen to provide smooth, low acidic, and unique silky mouthfeel.      

North America constituted for a dominant share of the cold brew coffee market in 2018. The regional market is anticipated to exhibit the highest CAGR during the review period. Increasing consumption of RTD beverages and the launch of innovative flavors are expected to surge the growth of the market in North America. Europe is expected to be an attractive regional market for the manufacturers of cold brew coffee owing to the increasing demand for different flavors and packaging options. Moreover, the introduction of carbonated cold brew coffee and the high consumption of coffee in Spain, Italy, and France are expected to further boost the market growth in the region during the forecast period.   

Segmental Analysis

The global cold brew coffee market has been segmented on the basis of type, category, distribution channel, and region.

By type, the market has been divided into arabica, robusta, and others. The arabica segment accounted for a prominent share of the market in 2018 as arabica has a delicate and nuanced flavor and low acidity. Arabica beans yield a superior quality final product; therefore, it is widely used to prepare cold brew coffee. Moreover, arabica coffee has a lower caffeine content as compared to other varieties of coffee. Therefore, it is preferred by health-conscious consumers. This, in turn, is projected to drive the adoption of arabica coffee worldwide. Moreover, arabica has a sweet flavor, which is appealing to consumers who prefer sweet flavor over bitter.

In terms of category, the global cold brew coffee market has been bifurcated into traditional and decaf. The traditional segment accounted for a larger market share in 2018. However, the decaf segment is projected to grow at a higher rate as high consumption of caffeine can cause health problems such as high blood pressure and rapid heart rate. This, in turn, is projected to fuel the segment.

Based on distribution channel, the global cold brew coffee market has been classified as store-based and non-store-based. The store-based segment is segregated into supermarkets and hypermarkets, specialty stores, and others. The store-based segment accounted for the larger market share in 2018. Consumers prefer store-based channels as they provide a one-stop shopping experience. However, technological advancements in the e-commerce industry and growing consumer preference for online purchases are fueling the growth of the non-store-based segment. This segment is projected to register the higher CAGR during the forecast period.

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Market Players

Market Research Future recognizes 1degreeC Pte. Ltd (Singapore), Venice Cold Brew, LLC (US), Julius Meinl Industrieholding GmbH (Austria), ZoZozial Coffee Roasters ApS (Denmark), Grady's Cold Brew (US), Station Cold Brew Company (Canada), Starbucks Corporation (US), Sandows London Limited (UK), Red Thread Coffee Co. (US), Wandering Bear Coffee (US), Nestlé S.A. (Switzerland), Califia Farms LP (US), JAB Holding Company (Luxembourg), Lucky Jack, LLC (US), High Brew Coffee (US), La Colombe Torrefaction, Inc. (US), Groundwork Coffee Company Inc. (US), KonaRed Corp (US), Slingshot Coffee Co. (US), and Seaworth Coffee Co. (US) as the key players in the global cold brew coffee market.

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