A-B InBev projects high growth in sales of low-alcohol beer

Anheuser-Busch InBev is forecasting that low-alcohol and alcohol-free beers will grow from their current small base to make up 20 percent of the company’s sales by 2025.

The company has committed $1 billion to efforts to reduce alcohol abuse and will spend much more than that on the development of new low-alcohol products, of up to 3.5 percent alcohol, or no-alcohol products, containing 0.5 percent or lower, Reuters reports.

A-B InBev and other large brewers are seeking to develop products that will appeal to consumers looking for lower calorie alternatives to soft drinks.

Read more: St. Louis Business Journal


Leave a Reply

Have you heard?

Missouri Business Alert is participating in CoMoGives2019!

Find out how we plan to use your gift to enhance training and programming for our students