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Consumer Research Reports: In-depth Market Analysis & Consumer Trends

To get access to critical analysis, studies and recommendations across a range of categories and consumer markets around the world, we provide you with business-critical information through our detailed consumer reports. 

Each consumer report offers the primary research and in-depth data found in our market data reports alongside expert insights, trend analysis and market forecasting to give you the decision-making information and competitive analysis you need. 

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  1. Sports and Energy Drinks - Examining the Differences - Ireland - November 2019

    • Consumer Report
    • November 2019
    • Ireland

    “Irish appetites for sports and energy drinks have not waned post-sugar levy and moving forward they are showing an appetite for sports and energy drinks that offer mental stimulation, as well as physical – as well as continued desire for drinks made with natural ingredients.”
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  2. Coffee Shops - Emerging Coffee Culture - Ireland - August 2019

    • Consumer Report
    • August 2019
    • Ireland

    “Coffee culture in Ireland continues to grow as consumers become better educated in brewing techniques, sourcing origins and quality coffee which has resulted in coffee shops and cafés being one of the fastest growing foodservice segments in Ireland – a trend which is set to ...

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  3. Beer & Cider - Ireland - June 2019

    • Consumer Report
    • June 2019
    • Ireland

    “The beer market in Ireland is robust with 2019 getting off to a strong start in terms of sales, this is despite concerns over consumer confidence. Craft beer witnessed another year of exceptional growth in 2018, however we could see this dip as the consumer desire to lead a ...

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  4. Whiskey and Dark Rum - Ireland - February 2019

    • Consumer Report
    • February 2019
    • Ireland

    “Providing a wide range of different whiskey flavour profiles and expert information sessions during whiskey and dark rum tasting experiences will not only enable pubs and bars to deliver a more immersive experience to consumers interested in learning more about these complex ...

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  5. Soft Drinks - Ireland - November 2018

    • Consumer Report
    • November 2018
    • Ireland

    “The summer of 2018 helped to drive sales value forward, but increasingly consumers are wary of the environmental impact of plastic – and unless soft drinks companies can introduce more environmentally-friendly packaging and policies, they could see sales suffer”

    - Brian O’

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  6. Hot Drinks - Ireland - August 2018

    • Consumer Report
    • August 2018
    • Ireland

    “Between declining consumers prices and increased out-of-home drinking, the hot drinks market in RoI has seen its value decline, while in NI increased consumer prices have seen value sales increase slightly. Moving forward a key challenge for hot drink brands will be creating ...

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  7. Beer & Cider - Ireland - June 2018

    • Consumer Report
    • June 2018
    • Ireland

    “2017 saw the value sales of beer and cider increase on the back of improving consumer confidence in RoI. Moving forward into 2018 and beyond, premiumisation continues to drive the market, with craft being the key contributor.”
    – Brian O’Connor, Senior Consumer Analyst

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  8. Vodka and Gin - Ireland - February 2018

    • Consumer Report
    • February 2018
    • Ireland

    “Irish consumers are most likely to drink vodka and gin at a pub or bar or whilst they are on holiday. Moreover, as visiting a pub or bar is one of the most popular activities Irish consumers take part in when taking a trip, and with the number of domestic and overseas visitors ...

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  9. Soft Drinks - Ireland - November 2017

    • Consumer Report
    • November 2017
    • Ireland

    “Sugar content continues to be the dominant theme in the soft drinks market, with the April 2018 introduction of the sugar tax/ levy likely to disrupt consumer drinking habits somewhat.  Moving forward we are likely to see an increased shift to diet/ low-sugar variants.”

    – Brian O’

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  10. Coffee and Sandwich Shops - Ireland - August 2017

    • Consumer Report
    • August 2017
    • Ireland

    “Usage of coffee and sandwich shops has remained strong between 2016 and 2017 despite the increasing costs of coffee and Brexit impacting upon consumer confidence. The need for convenient hot drink and food options will help to sustain the market throughout 2017, while the need ...

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