Overall tobacco packaging has been declining over the years and again in 2014, not only due to its increasing retail price, but mainly due to increasing health concerns. The UK is expected to ban sales of packs of cigarettes of less than 20 sticks at some point in 2016 in a bid to prevent younger people, such as teenagers, who have low disposable income, from starting smoking, as pack of 10, for example, is affordable to a lot of them, but packs of 20, less so.
Euromonitor International's Tobacco Packaging in United Kingdom report offers insight into key trends and developments driving packaging across the category.
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