A new study has revealed that alcohol consumption in Australia is at its lowest point in 50-years (according to new data released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics),
At the same time research undertaken by Roy Morgan has revealed we’re drinking less, down to 66.3% in the last 12 months to March.
The CEO of the Liquor Stores Association of WA, Peter Peck told radio 6PR 882 am that part of the fall has been linked to the maturing and changing attitudes by Australian drinkers.
“We have moved away from the old anglo-saxon mentality of drinking for drinking’s sake”.
Have a listen to what he had to say.