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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. On-premise Alcohol Trends - US - October 2019

    • Consumer Report
    • October 2019
    • US

    "Americans’ mindset and attitudes toward drinking have undergone a paradigm shift in recent years. While patrons of all ages are still drinking on-premise, younger generations are putting greater emphasis on their health and wellness, leading to more moderate drinking habits. ...

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  2. Alcoholic Beverage Drinking Occasions - US - September 2019

    • Consumer Report
    • September 2019
    • US

    "While the majority (85%) of US adults age 22+ drink alcohol, one in five drinkers has reduced their consumption in the past year, continuing a trend in moderation that stunts performance. Dollar sales of alcohol are projected to reach $250 billion in 2019. While this is an 18% ...

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  3. Wine - US - November 2018

    • Consumer Report
    • November 2018
    • US

    "Total US dollar sales of wine should reach $62 billion in 2018, for overall growth of 15% since 2013. The growth rate has slowed since a 4.2% bump in 2015, settling to a more moderate 1-2% annual growth projected through 2023. Wine growth has outpaced total alcohol, while wine ...

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  4. Black Consumers and Alcoholic Beverages - US - February 2018

    • Consumer Report
    • February 2018
    • US

    Alcohol consumption is largely driven by emotional fulfilment. Black consumers’ motivation to drink can range from a desire to relax in solitude to getting the party started with their peers. Black consumers’ consumption of alcoholic beverages by type is similar to the general ...

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  5. Beverage Packaging Trends - US - January 2017

    • Consumer Report
    • January 2017
    • US

    61% of US adults aged 22+ purchase alcohol for off-premise consumption. While dollar sales in most alcohol segments are on the rise, securing appeal in a competitive marketplace requires aligning with consumer preferences. Two thirds of alcohol buyers indicate paying attention ...

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  6. Wine - US - November 2016

    • Consumer Report
    • November 2016
    • US

    "Dollar sales of wine are estimated to reach $61 billion in 2016, an increase of 22% since 2011 (14% inflation-adjusted). Volume sales are growing at a slower rate (7% from 2011-16), pointing to the influence of higher price point products."

    - Mimi Bonnett, Director - Food and ...

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  7. On-premise Alcohol Trends - US - May 2016

    • Consumer Report
    • May 2016
    • US

    "Sales of alcohol at bars, restaurants, and other establishments continue to grow as consumers feel relatively positive about the US economy. The alcohol industry is continually adapting to new consumer preferences including the movement toward craft beer, lower alcohol drinks, ...

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  8. Wine - US - October 2014

    • Consumer Report
    • October 2014
    • US

    “While indications point to an advantage for off-premise merchandisers, shifts in the market, including the expansion of sales locations, are making the wine retail landscape increasingly competitive."
    – Beth Bloom, Food and Drink Analyst

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  9. Wine - US - October 2013

    • Consumer Report
    • October 2013
    • US

    “Young category participants are more likely than average to turn to recommendations from friends, store employees, and advertisements in their wine purchase decision. This group also turns to indicators such as label design at a higher-than-average rate and latches onto ...

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  10. Wine - US - October 2012

    • Consumer Report
    • October 2012
    • US

    “Across the board, consumers aged 21-24 are more likely than average to consume wine, and are more likely to do so with high frequency. This is a plus for the category, which may see growth down the line, given that this group has the most years of buying ahead of it. Inspiring ...

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