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Direct-to-Consumer Coffee Market – Industry Dynamics, Market Size, And Opportunity Forecast To 2027

Global Direct-to-Consumer (D2C) Coffee Market, By Product Type (Ready to Drink, Soluble or Instant Coffee, Whole Beans, Coffee Pod and Capsules), By Packaging (Jars, Pouches/Sachets, Capsules/Pods and Ready to Drink (RTD)), By Distribution Channel (Online and Offline), By Subscription Model (Replenish, Access and Curation), By End User (Residential and Commercial), By Region, Competition, Forecast & Opportunities to 2027

  • Published Date: Aug-2021  |   Format: pdfpowerpointexcel  |  Report ID: AA0821088  | Delivery: 2 to 4 Hours
Direct-to-Consumer Coffee Market

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Report AttributeDetails
Market Size Value in 2020US$ 983.6Mn
Expected Revenue in 2027US$ 2,722.3Mn
Historic Data2017-2020
Base Year2021
Forecast Period2022-2027
UnitValue (USD Mn)
Segments coveredBy Product Type,  Packaging, Distribution Channel, Subscription Model, End-User, and Region
Key CompaniesBean Box, Blue Bottle, Craft Coffee, Gevalia, La Colombe Torrefaction, Inc., Nestle, and other prominent players
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This report provides analysis of global market for D2C coffee for the period 2017 to 2027, wherein 2017-2019 represent historic data, 2020 has been considered as base year and is on actuals. 2021 has been estimated for recent concluded quarter, while 2021-2027 are forecast values, reflecting impact of different factors on the growth trend.

The D2C coffee market is growing at a CAGR of 15.3% over the forecast period.

Fitness-oriented consumers must consume nutritious beverages on a regular basis, and they must eat meals regularly throughout the day. As a result, demand for healthy single-serve coffee products is growing among the public at large.

The factors like the increasing number of health-conscious consumers and negative health problems associated with the excessive consumption of caffeine are expected to restrain the growth and sales of coffee and hence impede the growth of its D2C market.

Coffee, being a consumable commodity, is subject to food and beverage rules in practically every jurisdiction on the planet. This means it's subject to a slew of regulations governing how it's stored, transported, and brewed. Furthermore, because coffee includes a significant amount of caffeine, it is subject to caffeine guidelines in several countries.

Asia Pacific is growing at the highest CAGR of about 9.4% over 2021- 2027.

The global direct-to-consumer coffee market is seen as competitive, but it is expected to consolidate over the forecast period.

Due to the intensively demanding setting in the coffee business, where various companies are working to develop new product offerings to meet the tastes and preferences of global consumers, there is a lot of room for gaining a competitive edge through innovation. Companies are developing new and improved coffee blends all throughout the world, increasing rivalry among them.

The report covers the following segments; product type, packaging, distribution channel, subscription model and end user.

Curation segment contributed the major share of 56.3% in the global D2C market in 2020 with a market value of US$ 69,202.8 million.

Nestle, JAB Holding, FinLav, The JM Smucker, The Kraft Heinz, Tata, Starbucks and others are the major companies operating in D2C coffee Market.

There are many start-ups in the North America, mainly in the United States including The Grind Roasters, Blue Bottle, BrewBird, Blossom Coffee and others.

The key strategies adopted by market players hover around inorganic growth for market expansion, which includes Mergers and acquisitions, partnerships, regional expansion. Leading players are however inclined towards new product development allowing them first mover advantage and setting market growth curve.

COVID-19 could have a positive impact on the direct-to-consumer (D2C) sector. Manufacturers foresee a customer shift toward RTD coffee as an alternative to freshly brewed coffee as a result of the pandemic, which might enhance the D2C market's sales performance even more. Retail demand for food and beverage items is expected to be strong in 2020, according to companies like Nestlé SA.