Asahi Group Holdings Ltd. will raise prices for its Super Dry beer and other beverages for the first time in years, joining Lawson Inc., McDonald’s Holdings Company (Japan) Ltd. and other companies facing rising costs for ingredients, packaging and transport.

The price hike, which includes kegs, Yoichi whiskys and other beverages, will take effect for shipments from Oct. 1, the Tokyo-based brewer said in a statement Tuesday. Retail prices will increase 6% to 10%, a company spokesman said.

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