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Drink and Tobacco Market Research

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  1. Beer - UK - December 2011

    “Lager can undoubtedly innovate its way out of its current slump. If ever there was doubt about the importance of innovation in driving sales this can be dispelled by the value which flavoured vodkas plus pear and other fruit-flavoured ciders have added to their respective youth-orientated ...

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    Consumer Report
    December 2011
    UK
  2. Fruit Juice and Juice Drinks - UK - November 2011

    “The ‘convenient health’ positioning is currently a strong place to be strategically and the pure juice market should take greater advantage of it. This means widening its usage beyond being drunk at home or over breakfast to for example: the workplace; on-the-go occasions (ie the morning ...

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    November 2011
    UK
  3. Organic Food - UK - October 2011

    “The organic market too needs to engage with people’s emotions rather than their vague ideas about whether pesticides are harmful or not, by clearly communicating tangible benefits. Happily, this is what the Organic Trade Board is looking to do with its Why I Love Organic campaign.”

    – Alex Beckett, ...

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    Consumer Report
    October 2011
    UK
  4. Cordials and Squashes - UK - October 2011

    “In order not to be left behind again if and when the economy recovers and starts to grow, the squash/cordials market needs to be more proactive in anticipating and modifying its product to synthesise with consumer trends.”

    – Jonny Forsyth, Senior Drinks Analyst

    Some questions answered in the report ...

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    Consumer Report
    October 2011
    UK
  5. Smoothies - UK - October 2011

    “More should be done to market the portability of smoothies, being more easily transported than fresh fruit and veg and easier to consume while on the go. This would help to increase out-of-home consumption from the relatively low 41% of consumers who drink smoothies on the go.”

    – Amy Lloyd, Food ...

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    October 2011
    UK
  6. Sports and Energy Drinks - UK - September 2011

    The energy/sports drinks market is the success story of the soft drinks category over the past five years. Despite being more expensive than many of its fizzy drink competitors, consumers have judged its combination of energy-giving functionality and taste as worth the premium, even as incomes ...

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    Consumer Report
    September 2011
    UK
  7. 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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    September 2011
    UK
  8. Dark Spirits - UK - August 2011

    “One of the key reasons why malt whisky has not seen the growth in sales that might have been expected given the many positive attributes associated with it, is the lack of major brands within this highly fragmented product segment. Those brands which have invested in their brand equity, such as ...

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    Consumer Report
    August 2011
    UK
  9. Drinking Out of the Home - UK - August 2011

    “The decline in the out-of-home market has largely been driven by financial necessity as consumers have turned to drinking in the home more. With two thirds of consumers choosing an out-of-home drinking venue based on the fact that it is ‘not too expensive’, operators need to promote occasions ...

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    Consumer Report
    August 2011
    UK
  10. Wine - UK - July 2011

    The UK wine market is facing a challenging and tumultuous time as it seeks to cope with a number of adverse factors which are impacting on prices and profitability, and the market’s training of people to buy on discount comes back to haunt it.

    However, it remains comfortably the most drunk alcohol ...

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    Consumer Report
    July 2011
    UK
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