New Report Analyzes U.S. Bottled Water Industry Trends and Statistical Data

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BAY SHORE, N.Y. - eTradeWire -- Sundale Research is excited to announce the release of its 2024 State of the Industry report, "Bottled Water in the U.S."  The 18th edition of our Bottled Water industry report, published annually, contains timely and accurate industry statistics, forecasts to help plan, and objective analysis.  The report, published in January, features historical, current, and future trends covering the 2005-2028 period.  It is an essential resource for the Bottled Water industry covering the most important trends for the busy executive, including detailed data on bottled water sales and consumption; packaging types; distribution and pricing trends; expenditures by demographic groups, and global comparisons.  Utilizing various sources and primary research, the report also analyzes new developments shaping the industry, such as the soaring popularity of flavored, enhanced, and sparkling bottled water, health trends, environmental issues, and the lingering impact of COVID-19.  Please visit our web site for more details and ordering information (

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About Sundale Research
Sundale Research, based in Bay Shore, NY, has been closely following industry trends, forecasting data, and writing State of the Industry reports for more than 26 years.  We dedicate a small team of analysts to a related group of reports to ensure the most accurate statistics, forecasts, and analysis to help you make the best business decisions.  Our State of the Industry reports are intended to save you time and money while providing the most accurate information about your industry.  Because our analysts are focused on a core group of studies, we can efficiently produce reports and pass the savings along to you.  This also results in a deep knowledge base that is continually growing.  Please visit our web site ( for more information.

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