Comparative Study on Consumption Patterns of Soft Drinks and Fruit Juices

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Comparative Study On Consumption Patterns Of Soft Drinks And Fruit Juices


Soft Drinks were common preference among all the individuals before juices were being introduced,

With the changing lifestyle and income levels, people are shifting their consumption patterns and have therefore become more health conscious thus leading to increase in demand of juices.

Market Research is based on some underlying parameters like:
• Changing consumption pattern
• Health factor
• Status consciousness
• Varying lifestyle

The basic subject matter of the research, comparative analysis of Soft Drinks and Juices is focused to study the mind/taste
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Microeconomics is defined as: The study of the operations of the components of a national economy, such as individual firms, households, and consumers (www.answers .com accessed 02Oct07). This is a study of the relationship between the consumer and the supplier based on various fluxuations in the market.
The Law of supply is defined as: A microeconomic law stating that, all other factors being equal, as the price of a good or service increases, the quantity of goods or services offered by suppliers increases and vice versa (www.answers .com accessed 02Oct07).
The law of demand is described as: A microeconomic law that states that, all other factors being equal, as the price of a good or service increases, consumer demand for the good or service will decrease and vice versa (www.answers .com accessed 02Oct07).
Supply and Demand: The market process is generally modeled using the economic concepts of supply and demand. The plans/desires of consumers are embedded in the concept of demand and the plans/desires of producers in the concept of supply. The plans of these two types of economic actors are brought together in markets, which are the entities in which transactions occur. In a modern economy, markets do not require that the buyers and sellers meet in a geographic place, so markets no longer require actual "marketplaces."...



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