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Drink and Tobacco Market Research

Mintel’s drink and tobacco market research reports provide a comprehensive and extensive overview of the marketplace including information on the drink and tobacco market size and drink and tobacco market share.


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  1. Alcoholic Drinks: Attitudes towards Drinks Gifting - UK - September 2016

    “Alcoholic drinks are bought by six in 10 people as gifts, but packaging products to appeal to more people and occasions, such as for female recipients or as a thank you can unlock new occasions. Encouraging trading up through better promoting the premium credentials of products will also help to ...

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    Consumer Report
    September 2016
    UK
  2. Sports and Energy Drinks - UK - August 2016

    “Sugar continues to be an issue in the market and the upcoming sugar tax in 2018 is expected to have an adverse effect on volume sales. 52% of users would cut back or stop drinking sugary sports and energy drinks if the price went up. However, 37% of the users who said that they’d reduce ...

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    Consumer Report
    August 2016
    UK
  3. British Lifestyles: Growing Tired of Austerity - UK - April 2016

    "Britain’s economy growth has outstripped other major economies, employment is high (and unemployment is low) and wages have been rising above inflation. Yet, consumer sentiment has been slow to respond. Perhaps we will need to see a more sustained period of growth in earnings before Britons start ...

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    Consumer Report
    April 2016
    UK
  4. Attitudes towards Low- and Non-alcoholic Drink - UK - April 2015

    “Cost is also a barrier hampering over-45s’ interest in the market and introductory offers or money-back guarantees could encourage trial to try to address the doubts about the quality of these drinks.”

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    Consumer Report
    April 2015
    UK
  5. Consumers and the Economic Outlook: Quarterly Update - UK - October 2014

    “The revival in confidence has stalled. Although the economy is picking up speed, the population as a whole isn’t feeling the benefit of the recovery. People are as likely to say that they feel worse off than they did a year ago as they are to say that their finances have improved.

    The headline ...

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    Consumer Report
    October 2014
    UK
  6. Consumers and The Economic Outlook - Quarterly Update - UK - July 2014

    “Although people are still more confident than they were in 2013, Mintel’s data suggests that they’re not entirely convinced by the economic revival. Across all three key measures (current situation, impact of the slowdown and how they expect their finances to fare over the next year), sentiment ...

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    Consumer Report
    July 2014
    UK
  7. British Lifestyles 2014: The British Dream - UK - April 2014

    "Post-recession consumers will shift some of their focus away from their finances to taking care of their physical health and personal relationships. As recession fatigue sets in, sectors that saw mixed fortunes during the downturn will see higher demand from consumers eager for time out."

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    Consumer Report
    April 2014
    UK
  8. Consumer Attitudes towards Functional Food and Drink - UK - February 2013

    “While this greater regulation is intended to clarify the picture for consumers, as 58% of adults think that functional claims are exaggerated/misleading, it may in fact fail to do so in the short term, if brands continue to use consumer expectations of ingredients to their advantage.”
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    Consumer Report
    February 2013
    UK
  9. Functional Food and Drink - UK - September 2011

    The functional food and drink market continues to grow, with total sales value rising 5% to £785 million in 2010. The most established functional sectors, yoghurt and yoghurt drinks, saw sales broadly stagnate, but there was promising growth in categories such as milk, bottled water and juice and ...

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    Consumer Report
    September 2011
    UK
  10. Drinking in the Home - UK - July 2011

    “While price remains the overriding reason for consumers to drink at home, other factors are emerging as reasons for consumers to look at drinking in the home less as a financial necessity and more as a positive choice, such as intimacy of the surroundings and relaxation. The off-trade can ...

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    Consumer Report
    July 2011
    UK
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