Product and Country for Market
The product selected for the market entry is mineral water, and the country is the United States. Bottled water companies engage in the purification and bottling of water and then market and sell and sell for personal and industrial uses. Bottled water end-users include commercial consumers as well as retail customers for both on- and off-trade use. Bottled water can be purchased in various grocery or foodservice types by retail consumers. Institutional clients such as supermarkets, offices, and hotels buy wholesalers or delivery providers bottled water. So the U.S. also has a large water mineral industry.
Since its introduction as a commonly recognized commercial drinking category, bottled water consumption and sales have risen exponentially. The water market currently develops at 8% to 10% a year - almost double the other drinks level. In reality, the water in bottling is overtaken by milk, coffee, and beer. It now ranks second among carbonated soft drinks, the second-largest commercial drink segment by volume in the USA. Increasing awareness of the customer regarding bottled water sources and tap water protection can temporarily stall and at least discourage rapid industry development, although most trends positively impact the Evian boiling water industry .
In customer choices relevant to mineral water, ordinary behavior, which is not actual decisions, may be assumed to be a repetitive buy. In contrast to tap water, the price of bottled water is very high. The cost of making a single water bottle is meager regardless of its. Many bottled water rates currently charged to customers equal their shipping, marketing, and earnings for retailers. The estimated cost of drinking water is 500 to 1000 times that of tap water. The prices of bottled water vary from $0.20 per liter to over $1.50 per liter. The ratio of bottled water to tap water is about 240 times higher than 10,000 times higher. Approximately $0.50 is charged per $1 50 bottles of water. In total, the average cost of water from a supermarket shelf in a bottle is just a fraction of a penny to a few cents. Thus, bottling, packing, ship pinging, marketing, retailing, other costs, and revenues account for just 90, 0 percent, or more bottled water use .