Global Demand For The Entire Whiskey Market Will Experience A CAGR Of 6% By 2031

Food and beverages

The unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic has had a major impact on the global economy. Considering one of the most important sectors of the economy, the food industry, it has a huge impact on the entire process, from the field to the consumer. Restrictions on movement of workers, closures of food production facilities and changing consumer demand are putting undue pressure on the food industry.

This report provides actionable and valuable market insights for whiskey. The latest report from Fact.MR provides details on the current market scenario in various regions along with historical data and forecasts of the market. The report also includes information on sales and demand for the Whiskey market across various industries and regions.

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Key Segments Covered

  • Grain Type

    • Malt Whiskey
    • Wheat Whiskey
    • Rye Whiskey
    • Corn Whiskey
    • Blended Whiskey
    • Other Grain Type Whiskey
  • Quality

    • Premium Whiskey
    • High-End Premium Whiskey
    • Super Premium Whiskey

Competitive Landscape

Increasing production and satisfying consumer demand through strategic collaboration will lead to increased revenues and market share for manufacturers. New technologies and products will provide end-users with malt-based products in the future.

  • On August 10th, 2021, Glenfiddich converted its delivery fleet to green biogas made from whisky residue. Glenfiddich, a single malt Scotch whisky owned by William Grant & Sons, has launched a sustainability initiative by utilizing biogas produced from its distillation residues to power its fleet of delivery vehicles.
  • Likewise, on August 10th, 2021, Beam Suntory officially introduced its first Indian whisky outside the country. By launching five premium spirits in North India, the company signaled that it was committed to expanding its business there, as part of its goal to reach US$ 1 billion by 2030.

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