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Pot shots: why G&T yoghurts are a step too far

11 monthes ago   |   By The Guardian

Müller's unlikely new flavour has outraged campaigners concerned about the normalisation of alcohol. But here's the real problem with this rampant gin craze Fulfilling its PR team's wildest dreams, Müller finds itself in a spot of bother over the launch of two new gin and tonic flavoured yoghurts. Despite its G&T, pink gin and elderflower pots containing less than 0.5% alcohol , there has been hot debate online between those decrying this as reckless normalisation of alcohol and those polishing their “getting Müllered” puns. One Yorkshire GP, Dr Nigel Wells, told the BBC that, particularly...
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