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A new study from Denmark suggests that people who drink wine tend to eat healthier food than people who drink beer.

According to the study, which looked at the purchasing habits of consumers, people who bought wine at the supermarket also tended by buy fresh produce, seafood, lean meats and dairy products. Beer buyers, on the other hand, tended to have the following in their shopping carts: cold cuts, chips, sugary snacks, butter and soft drinks.

The upshot is that the study concludes that wine drinkers tend to have fewer heart problems and incidents of cancer than beer drinkers.

The study also notes that wine drinkers tend to be better educated than beer drinkers.
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