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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. Imported Beer - US - December 2009

    • Consumer Report
    • December 2009
    • US

    This report focuses on how the imported beer category has changed, particularly in response to the current U.S. economic and social landscape, as well as current trends in beer and brewing. Current economic pressures in the US have motivated consumers to seek alternate choices ...

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  2. Domestic Beer - US - November 2009

    • Consumer Report
    • November 2009
    • US

    Heightened public awareness of the overweight/obesity epidemic in the US has helped to evolve the domestic light beer segment. The light beer segment reached a 60.8% share of total domestic beer volume sales with 4.4% growth from 2007-08. Meanwhile, the super premium and craft ...

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  3. Wine - US - October 2009

    • Consumer Report
    • October 2009
    • US

    This report explores the US table wine market. Besides presenting sales data on domestic and imported table wine, the report considers a wide range of topics, including:

    • Discussion of opportunities to seek out beer and spirit drinkers and convert them into wine consumers

    • Insight ...

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  4. Spirits - US - August 2009

    • Consumer Report
    • August 2009
    • US

    The recession is driving some subtle, and not so subtle, changes in consumer behavior. Indeed, in virtually every category of consumer packaged goods, evidence of lifestyle change and adaptive behavior can be observed. The category of spirits is no exception. Not only has the ...

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  5. Attitudes Towards Food: Weight and Diet - US - May 2009

    • Consumer Report
    • May 2009
    • US

    As Americans seek ways to cope with recession, many are spending more time cooking at home and scrutinizing food purchases. Millions of Americans are also aspiring to lose weight and improve their nutrition without compromising on the taste and convenience preferences that are ...

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  6. Alcohol Consumption in Bars and Restaurants - US - May 2009

    • Consumer Report
    • May 2009
    • US

    This report comes at a time when the bar and restaurant market is in flux, with Darwinian tactics elevating those that can be successful to the forefront of the pack. This report evaluates the current state of alcoholic beverage consumption at bars and restaurants, with a focus ...

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  7. America's Changing Drinking Habits - US - February 2009

    • Consumer Report
    • February 2009
    • US

    The non-alcoholic beverage market has been in a state of flux since the past decade, with a paradigm shift in consumer preferences for non-alcoholic beverages. While beverage manufacturers need to fine-tune their offerings to align with the changing trends in consumer ...

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