NORWAY: Alcohol-free beer on the rise

By Gerard O'Dwyer | 4 January 2007

Norwegian breweries Ringnes, Hansa Borg, and Macks are planning to cash in on the significant increase in consumer demand for alcohol-free beer in Norway.

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Norwegian breweries Ringnes, Hansa Borg, and Macks are planning to cash in on the significant increase in consumer demand for alcohol-free beer in Norway.

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