BlueWeave Consulting, a leading strategic consulting and market research firm, in its recent study, expects Brazil bubble food and beverages market size to expand at a significant CAGR of 11.3% during the forecast period between 2023 and 2029. The expansion of Brazil bubble food and beverages marketis driven by the rising popularity of boba-based snacks and drinks and surging demand for bubble food and beverage among millennials and gen Z. The growing health awareness among consumers leading to changing preference for healthy beverages over carbonated beverages is expected to boost the market expansion. Bubble beverages, such as tea, are produced in a variety of combination with milk base and boba and fruit jelly resulting in increasing demand for bubble tea. Additionally, social media has played a significant part in the popularity of bubble tea across Latin America region, increasing R&D spending, combined with rising consumer awareness of the benefits of goods incorporating organic, vegan, and natural tapioca pearls, have pushed producers to offer new products. Therefore, all these factors have fueled the expansion of Brazil bubble food and beverages market during period in analysis. However, presence of other alternative beverages is anticipated to boost the expansion of overall market expansion.
Brazil Bubble Food and Beverages Market– Overview
Bubble tea, a Taiwanese tea-based beverage, was originated in Tainan and Taichung. It is also known as pearl milk tea, boba juice, bubble milk tea, or simply boba or boba tea. Most of bubble tea formulations commence with a tea base that has been mixed with fruit or milk along with chewy tapioca balls, sometimes known as bubbles, pearls, boba, and fruit jelly. Ice-blended drinks often have a slushy consistency and incorporate fruit or syrup. The beverage is available in a range of flavors and comprises a variety of ingredients. Tapioca-infused bubble milk tea and tapioca-infused bubble milk green tea are the two most popular tastes. The market is booming due growing popularity of boba-based snacks and drinks. In addition, effective advertising campaigns and celebrity endorsements have also contributed to the market’s growth. The development of several new flavors and combinations, as well as the increasing demand for a variety of beverages among youngsters, are expected to provide profitable market growth opportunities.
Brazil Bubble Food and Beverages Market – By Product
Based on product, Brazil bubble food and beverages market is divided into Fruits Snacks, Desserts, Fruits Beverages, and Bubble Tea segments. The desserts segment held the highest share of the bubble food and beverage market. The presence of a variety of sweets made with boba pearls, including as boba waffles, shaved ice desserts, and boba wheel pie, is expected to boost category expansion. Chefs are using boba pearls to enhance the flavors of iced and heated sweets because customers want to try new pudding flavors at high-end restaurants and cafés.
Impact of COVID-19 on Brazil Bubble Food and Beverages Market
COVID-19 pandemic had a detrimental impact on market growth, due to a shortage of boba, a key component of bubble tea. The COVID-19 pandemic had a huge impact on many aspects of society, including the bubble tea industry. For conditions to revert to normal, safety precautions, rapid diagnostic testing, and widespread immunization are required. COVID- 19 caused supply chain and logistics disruptions, such as those in the bubble tea business, have been well-documented and worsened in the second half of 2021. However, increasing government focus to expand the bubble tea industry worldwide are assisting the market’s recovery. In addition, for the development of the products, market key players employed new safety precautions. The online distribution channel is changing people’s purchase behavior providing benefits such as easy payment methods, a wide range of products, doorstep delivery, and heavy discounts, which aided in market growth during the pandemic and will further accelerate growth in the post-pandemic situation.
Brazil bubble food and beverages marketis fiercely competitive with Bob’s Red Mill, Dr. Schar, Frontier, General Mills Inc., H.J Heinz Company, Brazi Bites, and Raisio PLC. To further enhance their market share, these players are primarily focused on the development of innovative and efficient products, new product releases, mergers and acquisitions, collaborations, partnerships, and joint ventures.
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