Tropika 2lt pack
Oct 11th 2011, 09:06
Tropika is currently the market leader in the Dairy Fruit mix category, short-shelf life juice category and a dominant player in the total fruit juice market.
The brand enjoys a heritage of more than a quarter century with our consumers which keep us as the Number 1 brand in the Dairy Fruit mix category.
LSM 5 - 10; Black Skew; Primary : Mother's as 'gatekeepers' for take home purchase.
Introducing new packaging concepts remains an effective strategy to create new focus, awareness and volume growth for a well established brand in the market, such as Tropika.
The primarymarket is defined as the Dairy Fruit Mix market and secondary as the Short-shelf life juice market. However the brand is not restricted to this market but also competes for "share-of -throat" against all fruit juices, squashes, cordials and soft drinks.
Market Size & Statistics
The DFM market in South Africa is an estimated volume of 64 million litres and has a value of over R602 million in the Top End channel*
The new pack will feature the same trusted fresh Dairy Fruit Mix formulation, packed in the 2lt pack size with a 45 day refrigerated shelf life.Click here for more information on Clover Beverages
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