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UK shoppers spend £261m more on alcohol amid Covid pub curfew

Supermarkets and corner shops are busiest since wave of stockpiling in MarchBritons spent an extra £261m on alcohol in grocery stores last month as th

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Supermarkets and corner shops are busiest since wave of stockpiling in March

Britons spent an extra £261m on alcohol in grocery stores last month as the government’s eat out to help out scheme came to an end and a 10pm curfew on pubs and bars began.

Total sales in supermarkets and corner shops rose 10.6% in the four weeks to 4 October, up from 8% in the previous month, with stores the busiest they had been since a wave of stockpiling in March according to the latest market data from research firm Kantar.

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