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Drink and Tobacco Market Research

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  1. Bottled Water - UK - March 2017

    “That 46% of drinkers/buyers cut back when money is tight signals a warning for the market, given the economic uncertainty and threat of future inflation. An emphasis on environmental preservation offers a promising means for companies to differentiate their offering given the strong consumer ...

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    March 2017
    UK
  2. Consumers and the Economic Outlook: Quarterly Update - UK - March 2017

        “Consumer sentiment has remained strong, reflecting growing real wages, low unemployment and, as yet, the absence of any major economic upheaval post-EU vote. When it comes to the impact of the vote, people are relatively positive about the big-picture issues such as the UK’s economic growth, ...

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    March 2017
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  3. Attitudes towards Low- and Non-alcoholic Drink - UK - February 2017

    “Consumers have been cutting back on the amount of alcohol they drink for financial and health reasons and this presents a big opportunity for low-alcohol and non-alcoholic/alcohol-free beers, ciders and wines. Negative taste perceptions, low product visibility and limited promotional support are ...

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    February 2017
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  4. Cider - UK - January 2017

    “Interest in authenticity can be further mined by brands by providing more information about the ingredients and processes used by their skilled cider makers. Importantly, it needs to be spelled out how these factors contribute to products’ signature taste profile, highlighting the flavour as ...

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    January 2017
    UK
  5. Attitudes towards Sugar & Sweeteners - UK - January 2017

    “Facing increased pressure from multiple sides to cut sugar, both retailers and food and drink manufacturers will need to demonstrate their commitment to improving public health. While the widespread suspicions of artificial sweeteners present a significant challenge, consumers’ openness to ...

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    January 2017
    UK
  6. Beer - UK - December 2016

    “With the concept of pairing beer with food having gained traction among UK consumers, “dine in” meal deals look to be a huge missed opportunity for beer. These would provide an ideal platform to give world beers – which are already growing in popularity – even more visibility through partnering ...

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    December 2016
    UK
  7. White Spirits and RTDs - UK - December 2016

    “That an interesting flavour profile stands out as the top way to add value stands in contrast to white spirits’ traditional proposition of providing a subtle flavour, with vodka in a more challenging position in this respect. Gin has an edge in this context, being by its nature a flavoured drink.”

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    December 2016
    UK
  8. Coffee Shops - UK - December 2016

    “Coffee shops have countered brand fatigue by experimenting with quick-service formats and better food options. Price-led concepts rival non-specialists that are eating into the market share. Meanwhile, efforts in cutting down packaging waste and reducing added-sugar content give coffee shops an ...

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    December 2016
    UK
  9. Fruit Juice, Juice Drinks and Smoothies - UK - November 2016

    “Concerns around sugar continue to plague the category. While fruit juice is struggling under this pressure, the launch of no added or low sugar products and varieties claiming functional benefits appear to be helping fruit juice and smoothies. Unease around artificial sweeteners however, remains ...

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    November 2016
    UK
  10. Still, Sparkling and Fortified Wine - UK - October 2016

    “Seen to offer value for money by just one in four UK adults, still wine could come under fire if household incomes are squeezed following the UK’s vote to exit the EU. Indeed, the drop in the strength of the Pound and the UK’s reliance on imported wine are set to result in rising prices, further ...

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    Consumer Report
    October 2016
    UK
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