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The pub environment in the UK is changing as a result of measures such as the smoking ban and changing consumer preferences. And with concern over excessive alcohol consumption continuing to rise, Annette Farr bemoans that the licensed trade still seems reluctant to embrace the opportunities offered by a new generation of adult soft drinks.


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