It’s the time of year for celebration, but some Canadians just might stick to non-alcoholic beverages this holiday season.
According to a survey by Narrative Research, the interest remains strong with results consistent from earlier in the year.
The survey says 25 per cent of Atlantic Canadians have purchased non-alcoholic beer and 13 per cent have tried the wine or non-alcoholic spirits.
Those who haven’t tried, but are interested in giving it a go, is about 30 per cent.
Narrative Research says the purchase of these drinks is particularly higher in BC and Quebec.