UK Drinking in the Home Trend and Research 2014

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“Encouraging consumers to trade up to better quality is possible given that 62% of drinkers think that it is worth paying more for better quality. The key to this is conveying tangible reasons for the higher price, for example the use of high-quality ingredients or limited batches.

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Executive Summary

The market
Figure 1: Forecast for value sales of in-home alcoholic drinks, 2009-19
Still wine leads the way in the off-trade
Figure 2: Share of retail value sales of different alcoholic drinks, 2013
Market factors
Alcohol consumption is in decline
Consumer confidence bounces back
Government involvement looks set to continue
Population changes also have an influence
Companies, brands and innovation
NPD in decline…
…along with advertising
The consumer
58% of adults drink at home at least once a week
Figure 3: Frequency of drinking alcoholic drinks at home, May 2014
Still wine remains the most popular in-home drink
Figure 4: Types of alcoholic drinks drunk at home, May 2014
More than half of in-home drinkers spend less than £10 per week
Figure 5: Spend per week on alcoholic drinks for drinking in the home, May 2014
Large supermarket stores dominate alcoholic drink sales
Wine remains the most popular drink but lager is close behind
Sharing of drinks and stocking up are popular
Discounts/special offers the best route to encouraging consumers to try new drinks
The in-home channel can mine associations to relaxation
Figure 6: Attitudes towards drinking at home, May 2014
What we think

Issues and Insights

The decline in alcohol consumption prompts need to encourage trading up
The facts
The implications
Lessons to learn from cider
The facts
The implications
Projecting sophistication to progress in dining occasions
The facts
The implications
Scope for growth for specialist outlets
The facts
The implications

Trend Application

Guiding Choice
Many Mes
Mintel Futures: Old Gold

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