Cigarettes in Canada, 2017, is an analytical report by Globaldata that provides extensive and highly detailed current and future market trends in the market. The report offers Market size and structure of the overall and per capita consumption based upon a unique combination of industry research, fieldwork, market sizing analysis, and our in-house expertise.
The Canadian cigarette market, as measured by duty paid volumes, has been largely contracting for the past two decades. However, cigarettes consumption is expected to register a 4.0% increase to 27.06 billion pieces in 2016, which is 58.6% below 1990 levels. This believed to have been driven by purchases ahead of a growing number of Provincial bans on flavored and menthol cigarettes across Canada. Over the long term, cigarettes consumption is expected to decline with volumes forcasted to be down by 14.7% to 23.09 billion pieces in 2026.
Per capita consumption levels in 2016 are 765 pieces, which is 54.0% of those in 1990.
The market continues to be led by Imperial Tobacco Canada (ITC), a BAT subsidiary, with reduced 48.0% of legal volumes in 2016.
Over the longer term it would seem that consumption is declining, as smoking prevalence decreases and smoking bans and other measures act to drive down consumption.
Volumes are forecast down by 14.7% to 23.09 billion pieces in 2026 with per capita sales down by 20.1% to 611 pieces in 2026.
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