On-trade grows 1.3%

The Long Alcohol Drinks market here grew by 2.1% in 2016 with Heineken Ireland growing its share of the total LAD market by 0.8%. The Long Alcohol Drinks market here grew by 2.1% in 2016 with Heineken Ireland growing its share of the total LAD market by 0.8%.

The Long Alcohol Drinks market here grew by 2.1% in 2016 with Heineken Ireland growing its share of the total LAD market by 0.8% according to a Heineken Ireland 2016 performance update which accompanied the annual results announcement from Heineken nv.

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16 February 2017 | 0

2016 also saw the total on-trade channel return to growth, up 1.3% in volume following a 0.6% decline in 2015.

Volume in the off-trade channel grew 1.9%, with value growth ahead at 2.7%. This follows a 2.1% return to volume growth in the off-trade in 2015  following a 4% decline in 2014.

Within the LAD category itself, beer market volumes grew by 1.5% on top of a 0.4% rise in volumes in 2015 after a disappointing 0.3% decline in 2014.

Heineken Ireland’s share grew in both the on- and off-trade channels as did the Heineken brand, supported by the successful introduction of Heineken Light.

Following a decline in 2015 of 3.3%, the Cider category returned to growth of 6.5% driven by good weather over the Summer months as well as a strong performance by Orchard Thieves which has re-invigorated the category.

Heineken Ireland’s share of the total cider market nearly doubled to 11.2% from 5.4%, driven by Orchard Thieves, now the number 2 cider brand in the marketplace in both channels, according to Heineken Ireland, commanding 10.3% of the Total Cider Market, up from 4.3% in 2015.

2016 was another year of share growth for Coors Light (up 0.4%), maintaining its position as the No 1 bottled beer in the on-trade.

Like-for-like revenues at Heineken Ireland increased by 4% to €533 million reflecting the change in its wholesale business model.

Parent company Heineken nv’s results showed organic revenues up by 4.8% to €20.8 billion from €20.5 billion, producing a 9.9% increase in Operating Profit to €3.54 billion with a 3% increase in beer volumes, up from 2015’s 2.3% organic figure.

 

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