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Drink and Tobacco Market Research

Mintel's drink and tobacco market research reports quench your thirst for knowledge in one of the most competitive industries on earth. From coffee and cola to e-cigarettes and alcohol, our research and analysis serves up the perfect cocktail of intelligence and insight to show you what consumers are drinking and smoking - today and tomorrow. Brew up some new business thinking.

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  1. LSR: Coffee Houses and Donut Shops - US - December 2014

    • Consumer Report
    • December 2014
    • US

    “Coffee house and donut shop consumers say they are worried about the lack of healthy options and the high caffeine content of their beverages. Operators can do a better job of providing a wider variety of foods that their consumers define as healthy and offering beverages with ...

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  2. Coffee Shops - UK - December 2014

    • Consumer Report
    • December 2014
    • UK

    "In a market with low brand loyalty, operators could benefit from building a deeper relationship with fans to foster real loyalty rather than just catering to consumers' bargain-hunting and promiscuous spending behaviour."

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  3. Non-carbonated Beverages - Ireland - November 2014

    • Consumer Report
    • November 2014
    • Ireland

    “Concern about sugar continues to grow, with half of Irish consumers worried about the sugar content of some juices.  Moving forward this will likely see continued new products being launched containing natural sweeteners to appeal to concerned consumers.”

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  4. Fruit Juice, Juice Drinks and Smoothies - UK - November 2014

    • Consumer Report
    • November 2014
    • UK

    "Consumer concerns about the high sugar content of fruit juices and smoothies are reflected in the continuing decline in volume sales. However, the openness among consumers to steps that would reduce the sugar content of such drinks suggests scope for the market to engage with ...

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  5. Juice - China - November 2014

    • Consumer Report
    • November 2014
    • China

    “There is great market potential for vegetable juice to be positioned as a drink for mealtimes to fit busier lifestyles and a balanced nutrition intake needs of today’s consumers. Lack of differentiation on juice products has been a big challenge for most market players in ...

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  6. Juice and Juice Drinks - Canada - November 2014

    • Consumer Report
    • November 2014
    • Canada

    “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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  7. Attitudes toward Private Label - US - November 2014

    • Consumer Report
    • November 2014
    • US

    “Store brands must do a better job of distinguishing between their value and premium tiers to attract the right customers to the right products.”– Amy Kraushaar, US Category Manager, Food & Drink and Foodservice

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  8. Juice, Juice Drinks and Smoothies - US - November 2014

    • Consumer Report
    • November 2014
    • US

    “Some 41% of adults say they are most likely to turn to these products for added nutrition, and 40% seek good taste. The category would do well to focus on these attributes in order to expand consumption occasion.”
    – Beth Bloom, Food and Drink Analyst

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  9. The Private Label Food Consumer - UK - November 2014

    • Consumer Report
    • November 2014
    • UK

    “Own-label is largely absent in single-serve chocolate products, meaning that it is missing out on impulse buying for on-the-go and out-of-home occasions – a key snacking occasion – indicating this as a potential area for own-label growth.”
    – Emma Clifford, Senior Food Analyst

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  10. Hispanic Consumers and Non-Alcoholic Beverages - US - November 2014

    • Consumer Report
    • November 2014
    • US

    “While Hispanics tend to stick to the beverages that they know and like, smaller brands trying to reach them may be able to create a potentially profitable and long-term relationship by investing time and effort to get to know them, establish a presence where they are, and ...

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