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Drink and Tobacco Market Research

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  1. Hot Beverages - Ireland - July 2011

    Ireland is renowned as a nation of tea drinkers, with amongst the highest levels of consumption per capita globally, the average person drinking around four cups per day. Although coffee consumption is typically less prevalent than tea, the rise café culture across both NI and RoI, is set to drive ...

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    Consumer Report
    July 2011
    Ireland
  2. Innovations in Soft Drinks - Ireland - April 2011

    The all-Ireland soft drinks market lost value between 2006 and 2010, mainly due to the impact of the recession on RoI, where consumers have traded down to higher volume, lower value purchasing; for example, buying less cans and more 2-litre bottles.

    NI soft drinks sales have, however, seen ...

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    April 2011
    Ireland
  3. Wine - Ireland - February 2011

    Like all segments of the alcohol market, the wine segment has undergone changes due to the economic downturn. Increasingly consumers are turning away from the on-trade and drinking at home, but also seeking to elevate themselves and become more sophisticated drinkers. This presents many ...

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    February 2011
    Ireland
  4. Alcohol Retailing - Ireland - December 2010

    The recession has seen the Irish alcohol retail market decline further since 2009 as consumers continue to drink less alcohol overall, and to drink at home when they do drink. Consumer data highlight that the cost of drinking is the biggest barrier to market growth. Other issues influencing the ...

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    Consumer Report
    December 2010
    Ireland
  5. Young People (18-24s) and their Attitudes to Alcohol - Ireland - July 2010

    In response to increasing demand for data concerning the dynamic economy and growth markets of Northern Ireland and The Republic of Ireland, Mintel has developed a series of reports covering a wide variety of sectors within both of these dynamic regions. Each one provides detailed coverage of key ...

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    July 2010
    Ireland
  6. Premium Alcoholic Drinks - Ireland - May 2010

    The Irish alcohol industry is seeing a major move towards premiumisation. With consumers less willing to spend money on alcohol outside of the home, alcohol manufacturers are increasingly looking at ways to add value to their products. Manufacturers have increasingly been looking at ways to ...

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    May 2010
    Ireland
  7. White and Dark Spirits - Ireland - May 2009

    The impact of the euro and consequent rise in cross-border trade has had mixed consequences for the spirits market. RoI consumers are thirsty for bargains and have helped boost the NI market in both the on- and off-trade. Competition on both sides of the border has intensified, with spirits sales ...

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    May 2009
    Ireland
  8. Alcohol Retailing - Ireland - March 2009

    Since Mintel last looked at Ireland’s alcohol retailing market in February 2008, the trend away from the on-trade towards drinking at home has intensified – driven by price increases in the on-trade and the lure of cheaper off-licence prices in the prevailing economic gloom of the credit crunch.

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    Consumer Report
    March 2009
    Ireland
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