Pocket money booze: 18p for cider - fears over bargain basement alcohol prices

Pocket money booze: 18p for cider - fears over bargain basement alcohol prices
 

Alcohol continues to be sold at “pocket money” prices in the North East, with cider available for as little as 18p.
Lager can be bought for 23p, vodka for 36p, wine for 38p and perry for just 19p per unit.
An Alcohol Health Alliance study concluded that little has changed in recent years when it comes to people being able to buy very cheap booze from supermarkets and off-licences.
Researchers from the AHA analysed 480 products to find the cheapest drink on sale across the UK.
They said: “The conclusion is clear - alcohol continues to be sold at pocket money prices in supermarkets and... read more

 
6 October 2016 in Regional North East, Views: 30
Source: Sunday Sun
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