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Drink and Tobacco Market Research

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  1. Beer - UK - December 2012

    “Drinkers are increasingly looking for pubs to make imaginative choices with their range of drinks and those which stick to safe options of just mainstream brands are likely to struggle to win over beer enthusiasts.”

    – Chris Wisson, Senior Drinks Analyst

    Some questions answered in this report include:

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    Consumer Report
    December 2012
    UK
  2. Fruit Juice, Juice Drinks and Smoothies - UK - November 2012

    “Health remains an issue within the soft drink category, with potential to drive value sales in the market. For example, almost three in five smoothie drinkers agree that they are willing to pay more for a drink with higher fruit content, while a third agree that it’s worth paying more for fruit ...

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    Consumer Report
    November 2012
    UK
  3. Premium Alcoholic Drinks - UK - November 2012

    “Premium brands would be ill-advised to follow a strongly promotional driven strategy as a means of appealing to more drinkers. However, this is not to say that they should not promote at all in order to preserve their exclusive status, as infrequent price cuts are undoubtedly an effective way of ...

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    Consumer Report
    November 2012
    UK
  4. Soft and Low-alcohol Drinks in the On-trade - UK - October 2012

    “Much of the responsibility for boosting food and drink matching sits with the pubs themselves: clearer menu information on soft drinks, better positioning on bar displays to boost visibility and awareness and recommendations from bar staff are all potential means for on-trade establishments to ...

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    Consumer Report
    October 2012
    UK
  5. Cordials and Squashes - UK - October 2012

    “40% of over-65 squash/cordial buyers agree that fruit squash tends to taste too sweet compared with a 26% average. Therefore, reducing the sweet flavour of squash by lowering sugar or sweetener content, or even upping the level of tarter flavours, could better suit the palates of this lucrative ...

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    Consumer Report
    October 2012
    UK
  6. Organic Food & Drink Market Research Report - UK - September 2012

    “In times where consumers are more value-conscious than ever, the overriding perception that organic produce is overpriced has undoubtedly been at the heart of its demise. But the question marks surrounding what the organic label stands for are also a major barrier. This indicates that greater ...

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    Consumer Report
    September 2012
    UK
  7. Wine - UK - September 2012

    “There is marked potential for lower-alcohol wines to grow provided they are able to offer a product which compares favourably with standard-ABV wines while undercutting them notably on price and calorie content.”

    – Chris Wisson, Senior Drinks Analyst

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    Consumer Report
    September 2012
    UK
  8. Sports and Energy Drinks - UK - August 2012

    “‘With around three in ten consumers sceptical that sports and energy drinks ‘do what they claim’ the market should take inspiration from the cosmetics industry in terms of proving the science behind the functional claims, helping to justify the category’s position as a more expensive product and ...

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    Consumer Report
    August 2012
    UK
  9. Dark Spirits - UK - August 2012

    “Many women (and men) are currently being asked to make the large jump from non-users into a market with a demanding image and taste profile. Providing these potential users with a path of progression into more sophisticated whiskies, an approach used effectively by Johnnie Walker in the US, ...

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    Consumer Report
    August 2012
    UK
  10. Baby Food and Drink - UK - July 2012

    For baby, only the best will do. In the last decade the baby food and drink market has evolved unrecognisably – giving parents greater choice than ever before. As a nation of food lovers, parents want to expose their babies to a wide variety of flavours to develop their palates. As a result, more ...

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    Consumer Report
    July 2012
    UK
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