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Summary

This report analyses the most popular used fruit and berries, how they are sourced and used in industry processed formats as food ingredients. How the fruits has roles traditionally as flavors and colors within the global soft drinks industry and the new potential of bringing nutrition and health benefits as well. A short review of current claims situation and the most prospect fruit based actives for promoting health. The report in depth presents the nutritional and bioactive benefits of each individual fruit or fruit component with a thorough scientific evaluation of latest science behind. Furthermore the report brings insight into the global and regional supply situation of the raw materials, how the soft drink usage is distributed across regions and category types. The ingredient suppliers for each fruit category have been identified as well as the variety in ingredient types derived from each fruit or berry.

Key Findings

The fruit preparation and ingredient industry is increasingly identifying and refining fruit and berry based ingredients with a focus to optimize the nutritional and health beneficial qualities.
The growth in scientific evidence and associated patent protection is increasing dramatically
The supply situations of certain popular fruits are constrained whereas others are in good shape.
Raw material supply for processed ingredients are in some cases moving away for traditional export countries to new low cost production regions
The use of fruit and berries within the soft drink industry is still traditionally within the categories of juices and nectars followed by still drinks, whereas the popularity increasing categories as teas, energy and sports drinks are lacking behind.

Synopsis

Health and wellness drive global product development in the consumer products industry. Fruits and Superfruits are at the forefront of this industry trend. Products from fruits such as pomegranate, blueberry, açai, and baobab, command a premium price for their reputed beneficial effects. There are several tropical fruits that hold potential interest for the soft drinks industry. Most of these are not available commercially, due to demand and supply issues. Soft drink manufacturers are unlikely to introduce new products unless they are certain that supplies of the raw material and derived ingredients are going to be available. At the same time, procurement functions cannot guarantee contracts until launching the product and ascertaining demand. In addition, the ingredient producer has little incentive to make the necessary investment to guarantee such supplies until assured that there will be a revenue guarantee.

From the marketing point of view soft drink manufacturers have opened up new areas of the market and expand their business. Growing consumer awareness regarding the health benefits associated with the high antioxidant content of superfruits has helped to drive activity, bringing many little known fruits into the mainstream market. A rise in the largest number of new product launches marketed on a superfruits platform is being witnessed in soft drinks category primarily in the fruit drinks and wellness drinks arenas. In terms of types of fruit, pomegranate appears to have emerged as the leader; other fruits are also continuing to grow in popularity, including açai, and other berries. New fruits are emerging on the “superfruit” bandwagon, all focusing on high levels of antioxidants, often by comparison with levels in more established superfruits, and often moving into food and drinks, following a period of launches in supplement form.

The last decades of research also reveals that in addition to being abundant sources of vitamins, minerals, fibers, and microelements, fruit and berries contains key active substances, supporting a healthy lifestyle. A general agreement amongst health experts is that increased dietary intake of antioxidant compounds such as phenolics from fruits and vegetables can protect against the oxidative damage from free radicals. From the supply side there are opportunities for refining, from general ingredients to more refined natural derived functional ingredients. This may add to profitability in the fruit and berry ingredient industry, as by-products and fruit waste utilization opens new opportunities of market differentiation and new ingredient business segments. The report contains and overview of processed fruit and berries industry as well as an in depth analysis of 33 fruits and berries. 250 Pages, 218 Figures, 99 Tables

Reasons To Buy

- The readers interested in fruit processing and ingredients development gets a comprehensive overview of the potentials of using fruit and berries in future product innovations.

- The marketers of fruity beverages can identify current trends and learn about background and health capabilities per fruit.

- The procurement functions sourcing these types of ingredients gets an understanding of the current state of the raw material supply and who operates the processing industry of fruit and berry ingredients.

- Developers and nutritional experts receives a comprehensive overview of nutritional and health benefits per fruit.

Table Of Contents

Fruits and Berries - Nutrition and Health : Market Trends and Insights
Table of Contents
1. Introduction
1.1 Report Description
1.2 Research Methodology
2. Executive Summary
3. Introduction to Fruit Health and Supply Trends
3.1 Industrial Fruit Based Ingredients
3.1.1 Processing
3.2 Fruit Categories
3.2.1 Definitions
3.3 Ingredient Opportunities
3.4 Nutritional Benefits
3.5 Market Protection Activities
3.6 Health Claims
3.7 The Superfruits
4. Berries
4.1 Açai Berry
4.1.1 Introduction and Nutritional Breakdown
4.1.2 Market Supply and Demand, Ingredients, Suppliers, Product Cases
4.1.1 References
4.2 Aronia Berry
4.2.1 Introduction and Nutritional Breakdown
4.2.2 Market Supply and Demand, Ingredients, Suppliers, Product Cases
4.2.3 References
4.3 Blackcurrant
4.3.1 Introduction and Nutritional Breakdown
4.3.2 Market Supply and Demand, Ingredients, Suppliers, Product Cases
4.3.3 References
4.4 Blackberry
4.4.1 Introduction and Nutritional Breakdown
4.4.2 Market Supply and Demand, Ingredients, Suppliers, Product Cases
4.4.3 References
4.5 Blueberry
4.5.1 Introduction and Nutritional Breakdown
4.5.2 Market Supply and Demand, Ingredients, Suppliers, Product Cases
4.5.3 References
4.6 Cranberry
4.6.1 Introduction and Nutritional Breakdown
4.6.2 Market Supply and Demand, Ingredients, Suppliers, Product Cases
4.6.3 References
4.7 Elderberry
4.7.1 Introduction and Nutritional Breakdown
4.7.2 Market Supply and Demand, Ingredients, Suppliers, Product Cases
4.7.3 Reference
4.8 Grape
4.8.1 Introduction and Nutritional Breakdown
4.8.2 Market Supply and Demand, Ingredients, Suppliers, Product Cases
4.8.3 References
4.9 Raspberry
4.9.1 Introduction and Nutritional Breakdown
4.9.2 Market Supply and Demand, Ingredients, Suppliers, Product Cases
4.9.3 References
4.10 Strawberry
4.10.1 Introduction and Nutritional Breakdown
4.10.2 Market Supply and Demand, Ingredients, Suppliers, Product Cases
4.10.3 References
4.11 .Tomato
4.11.1 Introduction and Nutritional Breakdown
4.11.2 Market Supply and Demand, Ingredients, Suppliers, Product Cases
4.11.3 References
5. Citrus Fruits
5.1 Grapefruit
5.1.1 Introduction and Nutritional Breakdown
5.1.2 Market Supply and Demand, Ingredients, Suppliers, Product Cases
5.1.3 References
5.2 Lemon
5.2.1 Introduction and Nutritional Breakdown
5.2.2 Market Supply and Demand, Ingredients, Suppliers, Product Cases
5.2.3 References
5.3 Lime
5.3.1 Introduction and Nutritional Breakdown
5.3.2 Market Supply and Demand, Ingredients, Suppliers, Product Cases
5.3.3 References
5.4 Blood Orange
5.4.1 Introduction and Nutritional Breakdown
5.4.2 Market Supply and Demand, Ingredients, Suppliers, Product Cases
5.4.3 References
5.5 Orange
5.5.1 Introduction and Nutritional Breakdown
5.5.2 Market Supply and Demand, Ingredients, Suppliers, Product Cases
5.5.3 References
5.6 Mandarin/ Clementine
5.6.1 Introduction and Nutritional Breakdown
5.6.2 Market Supply and Demand, Ingredients, Suppliers, Product Cases
5.6.3 References
5.7 Tangerine
5.7.1 Introduction and Nutritional Breakdown
5.7.2 Market Supply and Demand, Ingredients, Suppliers, Product Cases
5.7.3 References
6. Pome Fruits
6.1 Apple
6.1.1 Introduction and Nutritional Breakdown
6.1.2 Market Supply and Demand, Ingredients, Suppliers, Product Cases
6.1.3 References
6.2 Pear
6.2.1 Introduction and Nutritional Breakdown
6.2.2 Market Supply and Demand, Ingredients, Suppliers, Product Cases
6.2.3 References
7. Stone Fruits
7.1 Acerola
7.1.1 Introduction and Nutritional Breakdown
7.1.2 Market Supply and Demand, Ingredients, Suppliers, Product Cases
7.1.3 References
7.2 Apricot
7.2.1 Introduction and Nutritional Breakdown
7.2.2 Market Supply and Demand, Ingredients, Suppliers, Product Cases
7.2.3 References
7.3 Cherry, Sweet and Sour
7.3.1 Introduction and Nutritional Breakdown
7.3.2 Market Supply and Demand, Ingredients, Suppliers, Product Cases
7.3.3 References
7.4 Mango
7.4.1 Introduction and Nutritional Breakdown
7.4.2 Market Supply and Demand, Ingredients, Suppliers, Product Cases
7.4.3 References
7.5 Peach
7.5.1 Introduction and Nutritional Breakdown
7.5.2 Market Supply and Demand, Ingredients, Suppliers, Product Cases
7.5.3 References
8. Other Fruits
8.1 Banana
8.1.1 Introduction and Nutritional Breakdown
8.1.2 Market Supply and Demand, Ingredients, Suppliers, Product Cases
8.1.3 References
8.2 Guava
8.2.1 Introduction and Nutritional Breakdown
8.2.2 Market Supply and Demand, Ingredients, Suppliers, Product Cases
8.2.3 References
8.3 Kiwifruit
8.3.1 Introduction and Nutritional Breakdown
8.3.2 Market Supply and Demand, Ingredients, Suppliers, Product Cases
8.3.3 References
8.4 Papaya
8.4.1 Introduction and Nutritional Breakdown
8.4.2 Market Supply and Demand, Ingredients, Suppliers, Product Cases
8.4.3 References
8.5 Passionfruit
8.5.1 Introduction and Nutritional Breakdown
8.5.2 Market Supply and Demand, Ingredients, Suppliers, Product Cases
8.5.3 References
8.6 Pineapple
8.6.1 Introduction and Nutritional Breakdown
8.6.2 Market Supply and Demand, Ingredients, Suppliers, Product Cases
8.6.3 References
8.7 Pomegranate
8.7.1 Introduction and Nutritional Breakdown
8.7.2 Market Supply and Demand, Ingredients, Suppliers, Product Cases
8.7.3 References
8.8 Watermelon
8.8.1 Introduction and Nutritional Breakdown
8.8.2 Market Supply and Demand, Ingredients, Suppliers, Product Cases
8.8.3 References
9. General Sources
10. Glossary
11. Appendix
11.1 About Canadean
11.2 Disclaimer

List of Tables
Table 1: Fruit Juice Reconstitution Ratios
Table 2: Definitions
Table 3: Typical Fruit Preparations Used in the Industry
Table 4: Specialty Fruit-Based Ingredients
Table 5: Nutritional Comparison of Raw Fruits - Top Nutrients
Table 6: Allowed Health Claims of Fruit-Based Products
Table 7: ORAC Values of Some Superfruits (italics) and Other Fruits
Table 8: Active Ingredients from Selected Fruits
Table 9: Nutritional Breakdown of Açai
Table 10: Açai Berry Ingredients Suppliers
Table 11: Nutritional Breakdown of Aronia
Table 12: Flavonoids and Polyphenols in Aronia
Table 13: Aronia Berry Ingredients Suppliers
Table 14: Nutritional Breakdown of Blackcurrant
Table 15: Flavonoids and Polyphenols in Blackcurrant
Table 16: Blackcurrant Ingredients Suppliers
Table 17: Nutritional Breakdown of Blackberries
Table 18: Flavonoids and Polyphenols in Blackberry
Table 19: Blackberry Ingredients Suppliers
Table 20: Nutritional Breakdown of Blueberry
Table 21: Blueberry Ingredients Suppliers
Table 22: Nutritional Breakdown of Cranberry
Table 23: Flavonoids and Polyphenols in Cranberry
Table 24: Cranberry Ingredients Suppliers
Table 25: Nutritional Breakdown of Elderberry
Table 26: Flavonoids and Polyphenols in Elderberry
Table 27: Elderberry Ingredients Suppliers
Table 28: Nutritional Breakdown of Grapes
Table 29: Flavonoids and Polyphenols in Grapes
Table 30: Grape Ingredients Suppliers
Table 31: Nutritional Breakdown of Raspberry
Table 32: Flavonoids and Polyphenols in Raspberry
Table 33: Raspberry Ingredients Suppliers
Table 34: Nutritional Breakdown of Strawberry
Table 35: Flavonoids and Polyphenols in Strawberry
Table 36: Strawberry Ingredients Suppliers
Table 37: Nutritional Breakdown of Tomato
Table 38: Flavonoids and Polyphenols in Tomato
Table 30: Tomato Ingredients Suppliers
Table 40: Nutritional Breakdown of Grapefruit
Table 41: Flavonoids and Polyphenols in Grapefruit
Table 42: Grapefruit Ingredients Suppliers
Table 43: Nutritional Breakdown of Lemon
Table 44: lavonoids and Polyphenols in Lemon
Table 45: Lemon Ingredients Suppliers
Table 46: Nutritional Breakdown of Lime
Table 47: Flavonoids and Polyphenols in Lime
Table 48: Lime Ingredients Suppliers
Table 49: Nutritional Breakdown of Blood Orange
Table 50: Flavonoids and Polyphenols in Blood Orange
Table 51: Blood Orange Ingredients Suppliers
Table 52: Nutritional Breakdown of Orange
Table 53: Flavonoids and Polyphenols in Orange
Table 54: Orange Ingredients Suppliers
Table 55: Nutritional Breakdown of Mandarin/ Clementine
Table 56: Mandarin Ingredients Suppliers
Table 57: Nutritional Breakdown of Tangerine
Table 58: Flavonoids and Polyphenols in Tangerine
Table 59: Tangerine Ingredients Suppliers
Table 60: Nutritional Breakdown of Apple
Table 61: Flavonoids and Polyphenols in Apple
Table 62: Apple Ingredients Suppliers
Table 63: Nutritional Breakdown of Pear
Table 64: Active Ingredients from Pear
Table 65: Pear Ingredients Suppliers
Table 66: Nutritional Breakdown of Acerola
Table 67: Acerola Ingredients Suppliers
Table 68: Nutritional Breakdown of Apricot
Table 69: Flavonoids and Polyphenols in Apricot
Table 70: Apricot Ingredients Suppliers
Table 71: Nutritional Breakdown of Cherry, Sweet and Sour
Table 72: Flavonoids and Polyphenols in Cherry, Sweet and Sour
Table 73: Cherry Ingredients Suppliers
Table 74: Nutritional Breakdown of Mango
Table 75: Mango Ingredients Suppliers
Table 76: Nutritional Breakdown of Peach
Table 77: Flavonoids and Polyphenols in Peach
Table 78: Peach Ingredients Suppliers
Table 79: Nutritional Breakdown of Banana
Table 80: Flavonoids and Polyphenols in Banana
Table 81: Banana Ingredients Suppliers
Table 82: Nutritional Breakdown of Guava
Table 83: Guava Ingredients Suppliers
Table 84: Nutritional Breakdown of Kiwi Fruit
Table 85: Flavonoids and Polyphenols in Kiwi Fruit
Table 86: Kiwifruit Ingredients Suppliers
Table 87: Nutritional Breakdown of Papaya
Table 88: Papaya Ingredients Suppliers
Table 89: Nutritional Breakdown of Passionfruit
Table 90: Flavonoids and Polyphenols in Passionfruit
Table 91: Passionfruit Ingredients Suppliers
Table 92: Nutritional Breakdown of Pineapple
Table 93: Lignans in Pineapple
Table 94: Pineapple Ingredients Suppliers
Table 95: Nutritional Breakdown of Pomegranate
Table 96: Flavonoids and Polyphenols in Pomegranate
Table 97: Pomegranate Ingredients Suppliers
Table 98: Nutritional Breakdown of Pomegranate
Table 99: Watermelon Ingredients Suppliers

List of Figures
Figure 1:Top 15 Fruits and Berries' Global Soft Drink Consumption, 2013 Est. (Tons)
Figure 2: Fruits and Berries' Global Consumption, by Soft Drinks categories, 2013 Est. (Tons)
Figure 3: Typical Production Flow of Juice Concentrates
Figure 4: Patent Activities on Selected Fruits 2004-2014
Figure 5: 2009-2014 Research Activities (number of clinical trials and % share of human trials)
Figure 6:Super Fruits within the Global Soft Drinks Industry 3 Year Trend (CAGR %)
Figure 7: Top 10 Fruits and Their Global Market Share in the Soft Drinks Industry 2013 Est.
Figure 8: Açai Consumption, by Continent, 2013
Figure 9: Açai Consumption, by Soft Drinks categories, 2012
Figure 10: Fruit Consumption in Top 5 Brands containing Açai, 2012 (Tons)
Figure 11: Aronia Consumption, by Continent, 2012
Figure 12: Aronia Consumption, by Soft Drinks categories, 2012
Figure 13: Fruit Consumption in Top 5 Brands containing Aronia, 2012 (Tons)
Figure 14: Global Currant Production by Region, 2012
Figure 15: Global Blackcurrant Production by Country, 2012
Figure 16: Blackcurrant Consumption, by Continent, 2012
Figure 17: Blackcurrant Consumption, by Soft Drinks categories, 2012
Figure 18: Fruit Consumption in Top 5 Brands containing Blackcurrant, 2012 (Tons)
Figure 19: Blackberry Consumption, by Continent, 2012
Figure 20: Blackberry Consumption, by Soft Drinks categories, 2012
Figure 21: Fruit Consumption in Top 5 Brands containing Blackberry, 2012 (Tons)
Figure 22: Global Blueberry Production by Region, 2012
Figure 23: Global Blueberry Production by Country, 2012
Figure 24: Blueberry Consumption, by Continent, 2012
Figure 25: Blueberry Consumption, by Soft Drinks categories, 2012
Figure 26: Fruit Consumption in Top 5 Brands containing Blueberry, 2012 (Tons)
Figure 27: Global Cranberry Production, by Region, 2012
Figure 28: Global Cranberry Production, by Country, 2012
Figure 29: Cranberry Consumption, by Continent, 2012
Figure 30: Cranberry Consumption, by Soft Drinks categories, 2012
Figure 31: Fruit Consumption in Top 5 Brands containing Cranberry, 2012 (Tons)
Figure 32: Elderberry Consumption, by Continent, 2012
Figure 33: Elderberry Consumption, by Soft Drinks categories, 2012
Figure 34: Fruit Consumption in Top 5 Brands containing Elderberry, 2012 (Tons)
Figure 35: Global Grape Production, by Region, 2012
Figure 36: Global Grape Production, by Country, 2012
Figure 37: Grape Consumption, by Continent, 2012
Figure 38: Grape Consumption, by Soft Drinks categories, 2012
Figure 39: Fruit Consumption in Top 5 Brands containing Grape, 2012 (Tons)
Figure 42: Global Raspberry Production, by Region, 2012
Figure 43: Global Raspberry Production, by Country, 2012
Figure 45: Raspberry Consumption, by Continent, 2012
Figure 43: Raspberry Consumption, by Soft Drinks categories, 2012
Figure 47: Fruit Consumption in Top 5 Brands containing Raspberry, 2012 (Tons)
Figure 47: Global Strawberry Production, by Region, 2012
Figure 48: Global Strawberry Production, by Country, 2012
Figure 50: Strawberry Consumption, by Continent, 2012
Figure 51: Strawberry Consumption, by Soft Drinks categories, 2012
Figure 52: Fruit Consumption in Top 5 Brands containing Strawberry, 2012 (Tons)
Figure 55: Global Tomato Production, by Region, 2012
Figure 56: Global Tomato Production, by Country, 2012
Figure 58: Tomato Consumption, by Continent, 2012
Figure 59: Tomato Consumption, by Soft Drinks categories, 2012
Figure 60: Fruit Consumption in Top 5 Brands containing Tomato, 2012 (Tons)
Figure 63: Global Grapefruit and Pomelo Production, by Region, 2012
Figure 64: Global Grapefruit Production, by Country, 2012
Figure 66: Pink Grapefruit (Left) - Normal Grapefruit (Right), Consumption, by Continent, 2012
Figure 67: Grapefruit Consumption, by Soft Drinks categories, 2012
Figure 68: Top 5 Brands containing Pink Grapefruit (Top) and Grapefruit (Bottom), 2012 (Tons)
Figure 71: Global Lemon and Lime Production, by Region, 2012
Figure 72: Global Lemon Lime Production, by Country, 2012
Figure 74: Lemon Consumption, by Continent, 2012
Figure 75: Lemon Consumption, by Soft Drinks categories, 2012
Figure 76: Fruit Consumption in Top 5 Brands containing Lemon, 2012 (Tons)
Figure 80: Lime Consumption, by Continent, 2012
Figure 81: Lime Consumption, by Soft Drinks categories, 2012
Figure 82: Fruit Consumption in Top 5 Brands containing Lime, 2012 (Tons)
Figure 86: Blood Orange Consumption, by Continent, 2012
Figure 87: Blood Orange Consumption, by Soft Drinks categories, 2012
Figure 88: Fruit Consumption in Top 5 Brands containing Blood Orange, 2012 (Tons)
Figure 91: Global Orange Prices 5 Years, US$ per Tons
Figure 92: Global Orange Production, by Region, 2012
Figure 93: Global Orange Production, by Country, 2012
Figure 95: Orange Consumption, by Continent, 2012
Figure 96: Orange Consumption, by Soft Drinks categories, 2012
Figure 97: Fruit Consumption in Top 5 Brands containing Orange, 2012 (Tons)
Figure 99: Global Mandarin, Clementine, and Tangerine Production, by Region, 2012
Figure 100: Global Mandarin, Clementine, and Tangerine Production, by Country, 2012
Figure 102: Mandarin/Clementine Consumption, by Continent, 2012
Figure 103: Mandarin/Clementine Consumption, by Soft Drinks categories, 2012
Figure 104: Fruit Consumption in Top 5 Brands containing Mandarin/ Clementine, 2012 (Tons)
Figure 108: Tangerine Consumption, by Continent, 2012
Figure 109: Tangerine Consumption, by Soft Drinks categories, 2012
Figure 110: Fruit Consumption in Top 5 Brands containing Tangerine, 2012 (Tons)
Figure 113: Global Apple Production, by Region, 2012
Figure 114: Global Apple Production, by Country, 2012
Figure 116: Apple Consumption, by Continent, 2012
Figure 117: Apple Consumption, by Soft Drinks categories, 2012
Figure 118: Fruit Consumption in Top 5 Brands containing Apple, 2012 (Tons)
Figure 121: Global Pear Production, by Region, 2012
Figure 122: Global Pear Production, by Country, 2012
Figure 124: Pear Consumption, by Continent, 2012
Figure 125: Pear Consumption, by Soft Drinks categories, 2012
Figure 126: Fruit Consumption in Top 5 Brands containing Pear, 2012 (Tons)
Figure 129: Acerola Consumption, by Continent, 2012
Figure 130: Acerola Consumption, by Soft Drinks categories, 2012
Figure 131: Fruit Consumption in Top 5 Brands containing Acerola, 2012 (Tons)
Figure 134: Global Apricot Production, by Region, 2012
Figure 135: Global Apricot Production, by Country, 2012
Figure 137: Apricot Consumption, by Continent, 2012
Figure 138: Apricot Consumption, by Soft Drinks categories, 2012
Figure 139: Fruit Consumption in Top 5 Brands containing Apricot, 2012 (Tons)
Figure 142: Global Cherry Production (Sweet Left) (Sour Right), by Region, 2012
Figure 143: Global Cherry Production (Sweet Top) (Sour Bottom), by Region, 2012
Figure 145: Cherry Consumption, Sweet (Left )- Sour (Right), by Continent, 2012
Figure 146: Cherry Consumption, Sweet (Left) - Sour (Right), by Soft Drink Category, 2012
Figure 147: Fruit Consumption in Top 5 Brands containing Cherry, Sweet and Sour, 2012 (Tons)
Figure 149: Global Mangoes, Mangosteens, Guavas Production, by Region, 2012
Figure 150: Global Mangoes, Mangosteens, Guavas Production, by Country, 2012
Figure 152: Mango Consumption, by Continent, 2012
Figure 153: Mango Consumption, by Soft Drinks categories, 2012
Figure 154: Fruit Consumption in Top 5 Brands containing Mango, 2012 (Tons)
Figure 157: Global Peach Production, by Region, 2012
Figure 158: Global Peach Production, by Country, 2012
Figure 160: Peach Consumption, by Continent, 2012
Figure 161: Peach Consumption, by Soft Drinks categories, 2012
Figure 162: Fruit Consumption in Top 5 Brands containing Peach/ Nectarine, 2012 (Tons)
Figure 165: Global Banana Prices 5 Years, US$ per Tons
Figure 166: Global Banana Production, by Region, 2012
Figure 167: Global Banana Production, by Country, 2012
Figure 169: Banana Consumption, by Continent, 2012
Figure 170: Banana Consumption, by Soft Drinks categories, 2012
Figure 171: Fruit Consumption in Top 5 Brands containing Banana, 2012 (Tons)
Figure 175: Guava Consumption, by Continent, 2012
Figure 176: Guava Consumption, by Soft Drinks categories, 2012
Figure 177: Fruit Consumption in Top 5 Brands containing Guava, 2012 (Tons)
Figure 180: Global Kiwi Fruit Production, by Region, 2012
Figure 181: Global Kiwi Fruit Production, by Country, 2012
Figure 183: Kiwifruit Consumption, by Continent, 2012
Figure 184: Kiwifruit Consumption, by Soft Drinks categories, 2012
Figure 185: Fruit Consumption in Top 5 Brands containing Kiwifruit, 2012 (Tons)
Figure 187: Global Papaya Production, by Region, 2012
Figure 188: Global Papaya Production, by Country, 2012
Figure 190: Papaya Consumption, by Continent, 2012
Figure 191: Papaya Consumption, by Soft Drinks categories, 2012
Figure 192: Fruit Consumption in Top 5 Brands containing Papaya, 2012 (Tons)
Figure 196: Passionfruit Consumption, by Continent, 2012
Figure 197: Passionfruit Consumption, by Soft Drinks categories, 2012
Figure 198: Fruit Consumption in Top 5 Brands containing Passionfruit, 2012 (Tons)
Figure 201: Global Pineapple Production, by Region, 2012
Figure 202: Global Pineapple Production, by Country, 2012
Figure 204: Pineapple Consumption, by Continent, 2012
Figure 205: Pineapple Consumption, by Soft Drinks categories, 2012
Figure 206: Fruit Consumption in Top 5 Brands containing Pineapple, 2012 (Tons)
Figure 210: Pomegranate Consumption, by Continent, 2012
Figure 211: Pomegranate Consumption, by Soft Drinks categories, 2012
Figure 212: Fruit Consumption in Top 5 Brands containing Pomegranate, 2012 (Tons)
Figure 214: Watermelon Production, by Region, 2012
Figure 215: Global Watermelon Production, by Country, 2012
Figure 217: Watermelon Consumption, by Continent, 2012
Figure 218: Fruit Consumption in Top 5 Brands containing Watermelon, 2012 (Tons)

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