Short measuring costs average UK drinker £115 a year, study finds

Short measuring costs average UK drinker £115 a year, study finds

Trading standards officers find 70% of test purchases of beer and wine have less of the drink than they should

More than two-thirds of beer and wine sold in pubs and bars is short-measured, costing the average consumer about £115 a year, according to research.

Trading standards officers visited 77 venues across the UK, finding 96 short measures out of 137 test purchases, meaning approximately 70% had less of the drink than had been declared or paid for.

Continue reading… Trading standards officers find 70% of test purchases of beer and wine have less of the drink than they shouldMore than two-thirds of beer and wine sold in pubs and bars is short-measured, costing the average consumer about £115 a year, according to research.Trading standards officers visited 77 venues across the UK, finding 96 short measures out of 137 test purchases, meaning approximately 70% had less of the drink than had been declared or paid for. Continue reading…  


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