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Drink and Tobacco Market Research

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  1. Nutritional and Performance Drinks - Canada - September 2017

    "Just under half of Canadians (45%) are buying nutritional and performance drinks/mixes. Purchasers are driven by an interest in increasing energy and rehydration. While taste and flavours shake out as the top factors considered for purchase, protein content and functionality are also key factors ...

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    Consumer Report
    September 2017
    Canada
  2. Dairy and Non-dairy Milk - Canada - March 2017

    "Canada is experiencing a shift with respect to dairy milk as usage has declined and this trend is expected to continue. As the category contracts it remains important to benchmark usage across different demographics to hone in on relevant target groups and identify gaps, understand the drivers ...

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    Consumer Report
    March 2017
    Canada
  3. Juice - Canada - November 2016

    "Canadians are drinking less juice than they used to. Different factors contribute to this challenging growth environment, such as an aging population in Canada and concerns around sugar. Based on predicted category trends juice companies will need to maintain or grow their share of a shrinking ...

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    Consumer Report
    November 2016
    Canada
  4. Breakfast Eating Habits - Motivations and Attitudes - Canada - July 2016

    "The competition to be the go-to option at breakfast has never been fiercer as retail manufacturers and foodservice operators battle for share of stomach in the morning. While most Canadians look to breakfast to help them start their day off right, “right” has different meanings for different ...

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    Consumer Report
    July 2016
    Canada
  5. Coffee and Tea - Canada - June 2016

    Coffee and tea are integral to how Canadians eat and drink. Coffee has been an area of growth in Canada, spurred on by its emergence as a strategic focus based on its ability to support traffic growth at foodservice and the rise of convenient and customizable single-serve format at retail. Tea ...

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    Consumer Report
    June 2016
    Canada
  6. Energy and Sports Drinks - Canada - August 2015

    “The challenge for energy drink brands is altering negative perceptions of their authenticity, as well as their negative side effects. Naturally sourced ingredients in energy and sports drinks are important to consumers, as is providing validity to the benefits of these ingredients and ...

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    Consumer Report
    August 2015
    Canada
  7. Juice and Juice Drinks - Canada - November 2014

    “Juice as a liquid snack can be leveraged within this growing meal occasion. Its liquid form makes it an easy to consume, easy to carry way of getting vital nutrients or other specific functional benefits.”
    – Jason Praw, Head of Canadian Research

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    Consumer Report
    November 2014
    Canada
  8. Tea and Coffee - Canada - September 2014

    “Appealing to older coffee drinkers, for example via pods/capsules which use intense roasts, could help to tap into this flavour interest in a more targeted manner.”
    – Andrew Zmijak , Consumer Behaviour Research Analyst

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    Consumer Report
    September 2014
    Canada
  9. Carbonated Soft Drinks - Canada - July 2014

    "Natural sweeteners such as stevia may help to reduce these perceptions of artificiality and help to boost consumption among Millennial females."

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    Consumer Report
    July 2014
    Canada