Healthy drinks take over during summer

Since a Government Decree limiting alcohol consumption took effect early this year, many people, especially the young, have started to meet friends in tea houses or other venues without alcoholic beverages. Many say non-alcoholic drinks are better thirst-quenchers on hot summer days and also a healthier choice.

Many youngsters have decided to meet friends at cafés and enjoy a cool fresh drink to ward off the heat.

In addition to visiting cafés, many people also choose special tea to detox and improve their health. Consumption of cooler and healthier drinks is up 50% compared to the same period last year.

To meet customer demand on hot summer days, many cafés offer delivery services with added value to attract more customers. Customers need to be careful about what they and their family are drinking, however, and be sure it’s healthy./.