Beverage Packaging Market worth $189.0 billion by 2026

The rise in demand for sustainable products and awareness regarding the environment coupled with increasing demand for convenient packaging will drive the market demand and growth of beverage packaging globally.

Beverage packaging helps in protecting the beverages and extend its shelf-life. It further acts as an effective tool for marketing and attracting the attention of consumers. The global beverage packaging market was valued at USD 148.1 billion in 2021. It is projected to grow at a CAGR of 5.0% and reach USD 189.0 billion by 2026.

Asia Pacific is one of the emerging regions for the beverage packaging market. Countries such as China, India, Japan, Thailand, Indonesia, Australia, and New Zealand are considered for the purpose of the study. Therefore, the growth of the market is expected to be high in this region. Many types of packaging are preferred in the region, such as flexible, rigid plastic, paper, glass, and metal packaging. The demand from the beverage industry is growing due to the rise in population. Global players such as Ball Corporation (US) and Crown Holdings Inc (US) are entering into the Asia Pacific market by developing new manufacturing plants in the region. This led to the rise of the packaging market for beverages. High Industrial growth, urbanization, environmental concerns, high disposable income, and lower production of fresh food & beverage products are driving the growth of processed food & beverage products, consequently fueling the demand for beverage packaging in this sector.

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This report includes a study on the marketing and development strategies, along with a survey of the product portfolios of the leading companies operating in the beverage packaging market. It includes the profiles of leading companies, such as Amcor Group GmbH (Switzerland), O-I Glass, Inc. (US), Crown Holdings, Inc (US), Ardagh Group S.A. (Ireland), Verallia SA (France), Tetra Pak Group (Switzerland), Ball Corporation (US), Vidrala S.A. (Spain), Toyo Seikan Group Holdings, Ltd. (Japan), and CPMC Holdings Limited (China), among others.

Resilience and convenience offered by metal packaging is encouraging the growth of the segment. The metal used for beverages can be aluminum or steel. In the case of non-alcoholic beverages, both are used for packaging. The chemical compatibility of the product and packaging material type is critical to the quality of the product. Aluminum and steel are inert in terms of reactivity with non-alcoholic beverages; hence, the most suited material type for their packaging. Metal cans are also used for beer packaging.  Can packaging for beer is growing as it has advantages over a glass of eliminating the damage from light and oxidation and keeps the beer fresh for a longer duration. Metal cans and bottles are the popular ways in which beverages are served to customers.  

Dairy beverages occupy a significant space in the global beverage market and the growing segment of the global beverage market. Dairy drinks are considered ideal as they provide a natural nutritional base to consumers. However, the market for dairy-based beverages remains small, but the demand for these products is expected to witness robust growth in the near future. Packaging plays a vital role in dairy beverages, as it adds value to the brand and attracts the customer. Dairy processors and packaging companies are continuously challenged to create more eco-friendly products that offer convenience to consumers and enable product differentiation to brand owners. These factors are anticipated to propel the growth of global market, during the review period.

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