Overall tobacco sales continue to exhibit weakness as more Canadian consumers are becoming non-smokers. Ageing consumers and a growing preference for smoke-free healthier lifestyles, coupled with government anti-smoking legislation and initiatives on regular and increasingly on flavoured tobacco products, are dampening overall demand for tobacco. As sales of tobacco products are weak, tobacco packaging declined in 2014 to reach 4.6 billion units.
Euromonitor International's Tobacco Packaging in Canada report offers insight into key trends and developments driving packaging across the category.
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