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AUSTRALIA: Authorities reject license for alcoholic milk

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Plans to sell alcoholic flavoured milk drinks have run into opposition from liquor licensing and health authorities in the Australian state of Victoria. Wicked Holdings, a company based in the provincial city of Shepparton wants to sell strawberry, banana and chocolate flavoured Moo Joose in bottle shops, clubs and nightclubs aimed at 18-25 year olds. It would have an alcohol level of 5.3% and be sold in 250ml bottles.


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