With low- and no-alcohol beers beating the compound annual growth rate of standard beers by over 4 percentage points during the past six years, major beer companies are starting to maximize their nonalcoholic offerings. Anheuser-Busch InBev and Heineken are two of the companies that have launched new formulations and are pegging significant sales goals to the alcohol-free and low-alcohol categories, writes Beth Kowitt.
Brewers look to nonalcoholic offerings to spur growth
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