Consumers will continue to opt for beverages that are available in appealing packaging products, otherwise, the competitive edge over which beverage looks better on store shelves and in consumers’ refrigerators will be rendered void. Considering the soaring beverage packaging market revenues in the world, the packaging product does matter a lot for deriving the preference of one beverage over other. Future Market Insights (FMI) projects that packaging products such as plastic bottles, cans, glass bottles, and cartons, among others, will have a greater influence on consumers seeking beverages, and will be an integral part of impulsive purchasing trends observed in the global beverages market.
According to the research report compiled by FMI’s analysts, glass bottles as packaging products are predicted to garner the tremendous share of global beverage packaging market revenues. By the end of 2025, the global beverage packaging market forecast ensures significant revenue share accounted by glass bottles. Rising application of glass bottles remains to be the foremost driver for its projected market revenue share. Also, glass bottles are predominant packaging products for top-selling beverages such as carbonated drinks, beers, wines, liquors, lemonades, and fresh milk products.
Consumption of such beverages is unlikely to cease its pace, if not gain a momentum higher than other beverages that come in plastic bottles or other packaging products. Incidentally, beverage packaging market revenues raked in from glass bottles will be considerably higher over other products. Plastic bottles, on the other hand, are closing in to gain prominence in expansion of global beverage packaging market size. Leading beverage manufacturers are rapidly adopting plastic bottles as ideal replacement to glass bottles, but consumer preference will ultimately be a crucial peremptory in the global market.
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