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Here's a run-down of some of the top research reports currently available in the just-drinks research store:


This report provides a top-level overview and detailed insight into the operating environment of drinks in the BRIC.

This guide provides in-depth knowledge of the market trends and drivers of the drinks market in the emerging markets.

How will Chinese consumers' alcoholic beverage preferences evolve over time, and what can spirits players do to stay relevant? This report investigates.

This definitive report on the second largest beverage category by volume in the US considers every aspect of the sector and its competitive circumstances.

This report offers a comprehensive look at the current attitudes and behaviours of UK shoppers when it comes to buying, and understanding health and the multitude of health messages.

The report provides you with important figures for the drinks market in the Eastern Europe region with individual country analysis.

This latest edition of our popular global market review of vodka provides an overview of the historic, present and future market for the sector.

A new report from just-drinks/The IWSR providing 2010 actual volume consumption data, 2011 estimates, key market analysis for each whiskey origin plus exclusive interviews with the leading brands.

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