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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. Grocery Retailing - US - July 2018

    • Consumer Report
    • July 2018
    • US

    "The grocery industry will become $700+ billion strong within the next five years. During this time, it’s likely that additional mergers and acquisitions will occur as competition inside and outside the industry (eg from restaurants) intensifies. While consumers’ grocery ...

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  2. Convenience Stores - US - March 2018

    • Consumer Report
    • March 2018
    • US

    "Faced with declines in motor fuel rates, cigarette smokers, and carbonated soda drinkers in recent years, the convenience store (c-store) industry is in a state of change as it looks toward other product areas and innovations to drive sales. Leading retailers in the industry ...

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  3. Drug Store Retailing - US - February 2016

    • Consumer Report
    • February 2016
    • US

    "The drug store market has expanded well beyond traditional drug stores to include other channels such as mass merchandisers, supermarkets, and warehouse clubs as well as mail order options that also fulfil consumers’ drug store needs."

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  4. The Drug Store Shopper - US - February 2015

    • Consumer Report
    • February 2015
    • US

    “Traditional drug stores can no longer afford to be just drug stores, and should continue evolving their positioning as health and wellness authorities to capture a greater share of younger shoppers highly interested in more effectively managing their health.''

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