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Next Level’s Ginley says the on-premise marketing agency found that 21- to 29-year-old consumers were more likely to spend discretionary income on going out and on-premise consumption. Ginley adds that beverages remain vital to the nightclub segment as they can make up 80 to 90 percent of sales. “In terms of looking at the channel and segments, business in the clubs and independent bars was much stronger than the full-service restaurant side,” he says. PURCHASING POWER As consumers return to on-premise locations during the economic recovery, beverage alcohol categories might experience a change in purchasing behavior.
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An analysis of the ongoing buying behavior of more than 42,000 organic buying households revealed continued consumer expansion in the sector, Spins reports. S. household penetration for organics grew in 34 categories, a statistic that suggests organic consumers are increasing the diversity of products within their basket, it says. Coffee, coffee substitutes and cocoa was one of the top growing food and beverage categories attracting the greatest number of incremental consumers. The segment grew half a percentage point in the number of households purchasing organics.