Will Zero Alcohol Drinks Soon Be Popular On Cruise Ships?

Travel Weekly reports that according to Beverage Daily, 30% of Americans don’t drink at all, while 52% are actively trying to drink less.

Travel Weekly reports that according to Beverage Daily, 30% of Americans don’t drink at all, while 52% are actively trying to drink less.


A recent article in Travel Weekly reports that you can count Hyatt Hotels Corp as a believer that zero alcohol drinks might be the popular choice inf the future.

Zero proof is the word used to describe drinks that have no alcohol. Those drinks were called mocktails, nonalcoholic (NA) or 0% ABV (alcohol by volume) drinks in the past.


According to TW, Zero-proof drinks are popping up all over the travel industry, from hotels to theme parks to cruise ships, in response to a cultural shift toward drinking less, especially among younger generations.



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