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LONDON, January 16, 2014 /PRNewswire/

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Warnings on cigarettes ‘destroying brand value’ – telegraph

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Enlarging the health warnings on cigarette packets destroys brand value, according to a senior tobacco analyst.

Michael Smith, analyst at JP Morgan, said that in countries where the new health warnings featuring pictures of diseased lungs and yellow teeth, have been introduced smokers no longer want to see the packet as their personal possession.

“Smokers are increasingly placing their cigarette packets out of public view on social occasions,” he said in a bearish note on the sector, adding that he believes the phenomenon has led to people experimenting with lower price brands.

Many EU member states, including the UK, have indicated they will introduce pictorial warnings on cigarette packets. It is already mandatory in the EU for health warning labels to cover 30pc of the front of a packet and 50pc of the packet back.

“Health warning labels matter, not because the content provides new information but because they damage the pack graphics and premium brand appeal,” Mr Smith said. “Large health warnings commoditise the packet and reduce the incentive to pay a price premium.”

He gives the example of Canada, where since large pictorial warnings have been introduced the size of the low price brand market has doubled in volume terms.

He said “We believe that Canadian smokers are down trading, at least in part, because the brand image of leading premium brands like Players, DuMaurier and Benson & Heges has been diluted by the pictorial health warning label.”

Mr Smith said he sees the tobacco industry underperforming the market by 10pc to 20pc in the past 12 months, after four years of outperformance. He points to increased regulation and public smoking bans, as well as health warnings, as factors that weigh on the sector.

Imperial Tobacco said this month a public smoking ban in the UK would have no impact. But Mr Smith says that in Ireland the ban looks to have boosted market volume decline from 7pc to 8pc year on year to 10pc to 15pc.