CANADA: Beer reaps dividends of increased alcohol consumption
Canadians are drinking more and better beer, according to figures published by Statistics Canada, which indicated that sales of imported beers have increased their market share by 25% last year, capturing 9% of the total market. These figures also mark the sixth successive year where the market share of standard domestic brands such as Labatt and Molson have declined.
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