Smoking tobacco Canada provides an in-depth and strategic analysis of the market for RYO/MYO tobacco markets. The report establishes market size and structure, analyses trends and developments for the last 13 years with forecasts to 2022. Detailed information is provided on consumption trends, grey market, product availability and development, retail pricing, taxation rates and structures, manufacturer positioning and share, brand ownership and share, national production and trade data and trends, key operating constraints and future potential, including forecasts.
Canada has seen sharply declining sales of hand rolling tobacco, this falling to the equivalent of 1.5 billion cigarettes in 2012, compared with 7.4 billion in 1990. In tonnage terms this equates to just under 35g per head. Forecasts to 2022 suggest that consumption will be down to 21g per head, a decline of 47% on current levels. Over the same period the manufactured cigarette sector is expected to contract by 4.1%