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The cider market has been one of the real success stories of the alcohol market over the past five years, helped by clever innovation which has constantly updated its appeal to its core 18-34-year-old consumer base. However, looking forward, 2011 and beyond threatens to be even tougher for the industry, with duty and VAT forcing a sharp rise in its retail selling prices (RSP) as well as those of its ...
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Market in Brief
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Issues in the Market
Internal Market Environment
Broader Market Environment
Strengths and Weaknesses
Market Size, Forecast and Segmentation
Channels to Market
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Consumer Usage of Cider
Consumer Attitudes towards Cider
Targeting Cider Potentials
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Appendix – Internal Market Environment
Appendix – Brand Communication
Appendix – Consumer Usage of Cider
Appendix – Consumer Attitudes towards Cider
Appendix – Targeting Cider Potentials