Alcohol industry profits from underage drinking



NEW YORK (Reuters Health) – Underage drinking is worth nearly $23 billion a year to the alcohol industry, or 17.5 percent of all money spent on spirits in the US annually, researchers from New York’s Columbia University report.

And abusive drinking by both underage people and adults may account for nearly half of all money spent on alcohol each year.

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