The US bottled drinking water market is expected to reach $9.4 billion in 2020, up from $8.4 bn in 2016.
This is a huge opportunity for companies like Coca-Cola and PepsiCo, who both make up the top two players.
But some argue that there are some bottling bottlers that aren’t making as much money as they could.
Here are some of the top US bottled-water brands that are earning a lot of money.1.
Blue Mountain Beverage Co.2.
Nestlé The big winners of the US bottled market are Coca- Cola and Nestlé.
In 2017, Coca-cola’s share of the market grew from 3.4% to 11.9%, and its market share in the US rose from 0.8% to 5.5%.
The latter figure was a record, and has been followed by the recent rise of Nestlé, which saw its share of US bottled bottled water rise from 5.7% to 12.4%.
Both companies are big players in the bottled-drinking space, and both have significant business in the market.
PepsiCo’s growth in the bottling sector has been impressive: Its share of bottled water sold jumped from 2.3% to 15.3%, while its share in total bottled water sales grew from 7.4%, to 28.5%, and it now has 10,000 bottles of bottled- water per week.
Nestle is another big player in the industry, which accounts for about half of the bottled water market.
It has been growing in the business for decades and has grown in the past few years, but it has been losing market share.
Coca Cola Coca- cola is the biggest bottler of bottled drinking waters, with a market share of 23.4 per cent in 2017.
Its share in bottled water is up from 17.3 per cent the year before, to 24.3%.
Nestlé has been a big player since it was founded in 1904, and it’s a big part of the bottler market.
Nestles market share increased from 3% to 14.5% last year.
Nestlles share in US bottled waters is at 11.7%, which is still down from 15.5 per cent.
Kellogg’s The second biggest bottling company in the United States is Kellogg’s.
Kelloggs market share grew from 1.6% to 4.7%.
K Kellogg also has a big role in the beverage market, and its share has increased from 1% to 3.3 million bottles of beer per week, which is a record.
Hoover Chemical The fourth largest bottler in the U.S. is Hoover Chemical.
Its market share has been rising from 0% to 8.4 million bottles per week since it joined the industry in 2012.
It’s also growing in other categories, like shampoo, toothpaste, and laundry detergent.
Gatorade Gatorade has a market value of $2.5 trillion.
Its market share is up more than 10% from the year prior, to 5%.
Its share in U. S. bottled water grew from 4.3 to 5% last summer.
Dannon The sixth largest bottling firm in the world is Dannon.
Its shares have been rising steadily since its founding in 1899.
Its overall market share rose from 1 to 5%, and the share in bottles increased from 0 to 4 million.
Nike The seventh largest bottlers in the country is Nike.
Its growth has been phenomenal, with its share up from 1 per cent to 3% in 2017 and to 5 per cent this year.
Aldi A major bottler for the US market, Aldi has a strong brand presence in the USA.
Its annual sales of 2.6 billion bottles are the third highest in the whole world behind Coca- Cola and Nestle.
Pepsicola The tenth largest bottelling company in Europe is PepsiCo.
Its sales grew by 20% from 2017 to 2020.
Swiss Re The eleventh largest bottalling company in Italy is Swiss Re.
Its volume in the domestic market has been increasing steadily since the beginning of the century.
Aladdin The twelfth largest bottilling company in Spain is Aladdin.
Its total volume of 7.8 billion bottles is the third largest in the EU behind Coca Col Cola and Nestle, with total volume in Europe increasing from 7% to 9% between 2018 and 2020.