New millennium parties are expected to boost sales of nonalcoholic bubbly, according to supermarket retailers and the manufacturers of nonalcoholic beer and wine. Nonalcoholic wines and sparkling fruit drinks, which are often used to take the place of champagne, have seen steady increases in sales in recent years, and almost all sales of both types of beverages occur in supermarkets. NA beers, on the other hand, while also sold in supermarkets, have seen sales decline since they peaked in ...

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