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Low-alcohol drinks are on the rise in Japan
Towards an increasingly healthy trend; the giants of national beer and wine are standardized
Leading Japanese spirits manufacturers are introducing a range of low-alcohol products to the market, with the aim of meeting the needs of consumers who fear drinking too much, especially after the government's new call to stay indoors triggered by increase in infections from Covid-19.Last month, Asahi Breweries Ltd. nationally launched Beery, a line of beer-like beverages with 0.5% alcohol content....
EFA News - European Food Agency