COVID-19 - Shoppers stock up on alcohol amid lockdown - BBC News

Posted on: 14 Apr 2020

The coronavirus pandemic has meant that British people have been forced to stay in to try to contain its spread.

And many are buying more alcohol to drink at home as a result.

Alcohol sales in supermarkets and corner shops jumped by 22% in March, according to consumer analysts Kantar.

 

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