CGA’s On Premise User Survey reveals consumers are willing to spend more on premium drink trade-ups, as special occasions and eagerness to return to the On Premise are driving this behaviour
Bars and restaurants have been adapting over the past year in many ways, especially through innovating in the way consumers can order and pay for their food and drink.
Drinks suppliers and operators have a great opportunity to drive sales of no and low alcohol drinks in Australia’s On
CGA’s Channel Strategy Report reveals the extent to which RTDs and hard seltzers compliment the sports spectators needs in stadiums and sports bars.
Consumers ready to spend more and take advantage of outdoor areas—but restrictions and safety concerns are likely to hold down sales for now
New Market Recovery Monitor from CGA and AlixPartners shows a strong reopening for some segments but jeopardy for late-night and independent businesses
On Premise drinks sales remained well down on pre-COVID-19 levels last week, as ongoing trading restrictions outweighed early uplifts from the Euro 2020 football tournament.
There is real optimism for the fortunes of On Premise venues in the US as restrictions ease, visitation levels continue to rise and takeout/delivery is complimenting consumer intent to visit.