Stay-at-home drinking habits that have helped boost sales of canned beverages during lockdowns look set to remain, according to two research reports. A study by drinks market analysts IWSR found that consumer reaction to the coronavirus-mitigation restrictions and business closures are proving durable even after some outlets reopened. “Adapting to bar and restaurant outdoor dining…

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