Provide a detailed overview of the USA non-alcoholic (below 0.5% alcohol) beer market. Please include market size, market CAGR, the key regulatory framework, main players, main customer segments for the top 5 non-alcoholic beer producers in the USA.
Hello there! Thank you for your redo request on a detailed overview of the US non-alcoholic beer market. The short answer is the market size for non-alcoholic beer is published behind a paywall. Below you will find a deep dive of my research findings as well as how I came to this conclusion.
For the redo request, I focused by research specifically to the biggest brand leaders, who owns them, the correct market size, the regulatory framework and the main customer segments. I researched academic databases, corporate websites, Government reports/databases and regulatory filings to find you supporting documentation. My results are as follows:
In my research findings, there was not enough information published to determine the United States' market size for non-alcoholic beer. The $100 million in the previous research was for wine, not beer so I apologize for the previous researchers misunderstanding. I have also found no supporting evidence of the $23 million. I found a report from Market Research, that should be able to provide you with exact numbers. Unfortunately, it is behind a rather pricey paywall. I was able to conclude, based on findings by Statista, that "non-alcoholic beer consumption is the fastest growing sector of market, although consumption is down in the United States."
Top players in the non-alcoholic beer market were only published at a global level and are as follows:
The company is owned by "Charlene de Carvalho, who controls 51% of Heineken Holding NV, a public company listed on the Amsterdam Stock Exchange, which in turn owns 50.05% of Heineken NV, also listed on the Amsterdam exchange."
The top five holders of institutional holdings include: Soroban Capital Partners, Franklin Resources, Fisher Asset Management, Clearbridge Investments and Morgan Stanley.
The company is privately owned by Werner Bromach.
The company was founded and is owned by Rob Fink.
the company is owned by the Schadeberrg family.
Laws regarding non-alcoholic beer are regulated at state levels. Alcohol Control Boards, do not regulate non-alcoholic beers, but in many states, it is still a crime to give them to minors.
The number one driver of non-alcoholic beer sales is the health conscious consumer. People are drinking non-alcoholic beers because they want to live healthier lifestyles. Sport teams also enjoy drinking non-alcoholic beer together after exercise, training or matches. Other customers include those on lunch breaks that enjoy the taste of beer, but can't consume alcohol and recovering alcoholics, which is a highly debated topic.
I have provided you with a link to the report I found, by Market Research regarding the US market size.
Global Non-Alcoholic Beer Market Research Report- Forecast to 2023
To wrap things up, an accurate market-size for the United States is not published. I have provided you with information on brand leaders, ownership, regulations and main customer segments.
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