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Drink and Tobacco Market Research

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  1. Spirits - Ireland - February 2015

    “While high taxation and the looming threat of minimum alcohol pricing makes drinking spirits a costly endeavour in Ireland, growing consumer confidence might help to see the spirits market recover somewhat in 2015.”
    – Brian O’Connor, Production Manager

    This report answers the following key questions:

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    February 2015
    Ireland
  2. Non-carbonated Beverages - Ireland - November 2014

    “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.”

    Brian O'Connor, Production Manager

    This ...

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    November 2014
    Ireland
  3. Hot Drinks - Tea - Ireland - July 2014

    “With an ageing population meaning that adults are extending their working life, opportunities exist for tea brands to develop products to appeal to this market eg blends with energy boosting and invigorating properties.”
    – Sophie Dorbie, Research Analyst

    This report answers the following questions:

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    July 2014
    Ireland
  4. Beer - Ireland - June 2014

    “The Irish beer market continues to struggle in 2014, with volume and value sales in the on-trade continuing to decline, as consumers drink at home more. The market has however experienced a strong level of innovation in terms of flavour, packaging and new product launches by craft brewers, ...

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    June 2014
    Ireland
  5. Cider - Ireland - February 2014

    “The cider market in Ireland has endured the same issues as the larger alcohol industry, with dwindling value sales in the on-trade as consumers increasingly drink at home. Cider reaps both the advantages and disadvantages of being seen as a summer drink, being seen as more refreshing than beer by ...

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    February 2014
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  6. Coffee - Ireland - December 2013

    “Coffee’s appeal as part of a morning routine, as a ‘pick–me-up’ or as a treat amongst Irish consumers, is likely to see the category continue to perform well in the coming years. In order to drive growth within the market, brands should look to engage in NPD (New Product Development) and extend ...

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    December 2013
    Ireland
  7. Carbonated Beverages - Ireland - November 2013

    “Moving forward the key challenge faced by the carbonated beverages industry will be meeting the expectations of health-conscious consumers, as many still associate carbonates with being unhealthy. Looking forward, it is likely that the market will see a strong level of innovation in the diet ...

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    November 2013
    Ireland
  8. Wine - Ireland - June 2013

    “With aggregate new product launches declining, flavour innovations similar to those seen in the cider category provide the drinks companies serving the Irish wine industry with an opportunity to breathe fresh life into a declining market and create potentially lucrative new revenue streams.” 

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    June 2013
    Ireland
  9. Beer - Ireland - April 2013

    “The Irish beer market has struggled through some trying times since the onset of the economic downturn, with the Irish on-trade bearing the brunt of the hardship. However, with a booming off-trade and growth of the craft beer segment, coupled with the possibility of government legislation working ...

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    April 2013
    Ireland
  10. Alcohol Retailing - Ireland - December 2012

    The alcohol retailing industry in Ireland is currently faced with many challenges, such as a fragile economy, the binge drinking culture and its associated health and societal costs. Indeed, the debate surrounding these issues has resulted in a raft of legislative measures to tackle the ...

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    December 2012
    Ireland
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