While the impacts of COVID-19 continue, major alcohol retailers Endeavour Group and Coles Liquor have reported strong but slowing sales growth.
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Coles Liquor’s latest quarterly results show solid if tempered growth, whilst Endeavour Drinks said it expects sales in the next two months to decline.
Health statistics agency the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare has reported falling rates of risky drinking and consumption levels, as young Australians avoid drinking at all.