"Tobacco Insights: October 2017", is a monthly report that provides extensive and highly detailed information on the changing production and consumption patterns affected by the recent developments related to new laws and regulations globally.
What does this report offer?
- Consumption data based upon a unique combination of industry research, fieldwork, market sizing work and our in-house expertise in the industry in order to offer data about the trends and dynamics affecting the Tobacco industry.
- Recent activities of the manufacturers operating in the industry.
- Detailed company profiles, highlighting key focus product sectors with the key features & developments, segmentation, per capita trends and the brands.
- The Foundation for a Smoke-Free World has been formally launched in New York City. The foundation was founded and led by an architect of the World Health Organization (WHO)’s Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (FCTC). The foundation aims to build on policy and science across the world to fund research and support initiatives to reduce harm and deaths from smoking worldwide. The foundation secured initial funding from Philip Morris International (PMI). The foundation claims that it has robust systems to prevent conflict of interest and promote transparency.
- The WHO said that it would not engage with the Foundation for a Smoke-Free World on the basis that its funding from PMI represented a fundamental conflict of interest. The WHO quoted the FCTC, saying that the guidelines for its implementation state clearly that governments should limit interactions with the tobacco industry and avoid partnerships. The WHO’s view is that strengthening the implementation of the FCTC is the most effective approach to tobacco control. Graphic warnings, banned advertising, promotion, and sponsorship, high taxation, and help to quit tobacco were all, according to the WHO, proven to reduce the demand for tobacco products, and PMI should support those efforts if they are truly committed to a smoke-free world.
- Evaluate important changes in consumer behavior to identify profitable markets and areas for product innovation.
- Analyze the current and forecast market position of the brands to identify the best opportunities to exploit.
- A summary of the latest news in the Tobacco industry, providing a single-source solution to understand how the industry is changing, and what this means for brands and companies.
1.1. Cigarette Consumption and Production
1.1.1. Cigarette consumption trends, 2006-2016
1.1.2. Cigarette production trends, 2004-2016
1.1.3. Regional cigarette consumption, 2014
1.1.4. Regional cigarette production, 2014
1.1.5. Per capita consumption of cigarettes by country, 2006-2016
2. Global News
2.3.10. South Korea
2.3.11. Sri Lanka
2.4.3. Czech Republic
2.4.5. The EU
2.4.11. The UK
2.5. Latin America
2.6. Middle East
2.6.3. The UAE
2.7. North America
2.7.2. The US
3. Analysis of Recent Product Development
3.1. Grizzly - Moist Snuff - Long Cut Wintergreen
3.2. Marlboro - Cigarettes - Fusion Shine
3.3. Rizla Natura - Rolling Papers - Hemp
4. Company News
4.1. 22nd Century Group
4.2. AR Packaging
4.3. British American Tobacco
4.4. Imperial Brands
4.5. Japan Tobacco Inc.
4.6. Palmer & Harvey
4.7. Philip Morris International
4.8. Reynolds American Inc.
4.9. Santa Fe Natural Tobacco Company
4.10. Swedish Match
4.11. Wang Zhang Tobacco Trade
5. Exploring consumer attitudes towards flavored tobacco and anti-smoking aids
5.1. Who is the target audience?
5.1.1. Over a half of young adult smokers are interested in flavored tobacco and anti-smoking aids
5.1.2. Geography: 49% of Asian and Australasian consumers display interest in flavored tobacco and anti-smoking aids
5.1.3. Consumer interest in flavored tobacco and anti-smoking aids grows with affluence
5.2. Which flavors will be the most popular?
5.2.1. Menthol is the most popular flavor choice in the minty/floral group
5.2.2. Apple leads the dessert tobacco and anti-smoking aids flavors
5.2.3. Cinnamon is the top choice among dessert flavors
5.2.4. Over a fifth of consumers from the “alcohol/cocktail” group prefer whiskey flavor
List of Tables
Table 1: Global Cigarette Consumption, pieces (million), 2006-2016
Table 2: Global Cigarette Production, pieces (million), 2004-2016
Table 3: Regional Cigarette Consumption, 2014
Table 4: Regional Cigarette Production, 2014
Table 5: Per Capita Consumption of Cigarettes by Country, pieces, 2006-2016
Table 6: Japan: Tobacco Quantities Released for Consumption, 2015, 2016 & 2017
Table 7: France: Monthly Tobacco Quantities Released for Consumption, 2014-2017
Table 8: Spain January Tobacco Quantities Released for Consumption, 2014-2017
Table 9: Spain: Monthly Brand Shares, August 2016 & August 2017, % Volume
Table 10: UK: Tobacco Quantities Released for Consumption, 2015, 2016 & 2017
Table 11: Canada: Monthly Cigarette Production and Sales, 2016-2017
Table 12: The US: Monthly Cigarettes Consumption & Production Trends, 2015-2017, Million Pieces
Table 13: The US: Monthly Small Cigars Consumption & Production Trends, 2015-2017, Million Pieces
Table 14: The US: Monthly Large Cigars & Cigarillos Consumption & Production Trends, 2015 - 2017, Million Pieces
Table 15: The US: Monthly Snuff Consumption & Production Trends, 2015 - 2017, Thousand Pounds
Table 16: The US: Monthly Chewing Tobacco Consumption & Production Trends, 2015 - 2017, Thousand Pounds
Table 17: The US: Monthly Pipe Tobacco Consumption & Production Trends, 2015 - 2017, Thousand Pounds
Table 18: The US: Monthly Roll-Your-Own Tobacco Consumption & Production Trends, 2015-2017, Thousand Pounds
Table 19: Grizzly - Moist Snuff - Long Cut Wintergreen
Table 20: Marlboro - Cigarettes - Fusion Shine
Table 21: Rizla Natura - Rolling Papers - Hemp
List of Figures
Figure 1: Imports as % of Production, 2014
Figure 2: Exports as % of Production, 2014
Figure 3: Grizzly - Moist Snuff - Long Cut Wintergreen
Figure 4: Marlboro - Cigarettes - Fusion Shine
Figure 5: Rizla Natura - Rolling Papers - Hemp
Figure 6: Consumer preference in tobacco and anti-smoking aids by age groups
Figure 7: Consumer preference in tobacco and anti-smoking aids by region
Figure 8: Consumer preference in tobacco and anti-smoking aids by income groups
Figure 9: Consumer preference in flavors of tobacco and anti-smoking aids by age groups
Figure 10: Detailed consumer flavor preferences the mint/floral group
Figure 11: Detailed consumer flavor preferences the mint/floral group, by age groups
Figure 12: Detailed consumer flavor preferences in the fruity group
Figure 13: Detailed consumer flavor preferences in the fruity group by age groups
Figure 14: Detailed consumer flavor preferences in the dessert group
Figure 15: Detailed consumer flavor preferences in the dessert group by age groups
Figure 16: Detailed consumer flavor preferences in the alcohol/cocktail flavor group
Figure 17: Detailed consumer flavor preferences in the alcohol/cocktail flavor group by age groups
- American Snuff Company
- British American Tobacco (BAT)
- Henri Wintermans Cigars
- Japan Tobacco Inc (JTI)
- Korea Tobacco & Ginseng (KT&G)
- Gold Leaf Tobacco
- Imperial Brands
- J Cortès
- Philip Morris International (PMI)
- Reynolds American Inc
- Rich Cigars
- Huotraco International Ltd