Short shrift for `sobriety' drink

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The drinks industry and the Alcohol Concern charity rounded yesterday on a new product which is claimed can "convert alcohol faster" and help revellers stay sober despite indulging. They said there was no medical evidence to show Exit, a fizzy bitter lemon drink containing fructose and quinine, could speed the body's processes.


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