June 08, 2015

Alcohol labelling falls short: – midwife

Worth Repeating: “…A Manawatu midwife is not only disappointed alcohol warning labels for pregnant women have not been made compulsory but thinks the industry should take it a step further…” (Ed. Note: Canadian beverage alcohol industry continues to fight against labelling in spite of overwhelming evidence that alcohol is a teratogen and should be identified as such.) 10 […]
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June 04, 2015

Charity calls for changes on labelling of alcohol

The Courier.co.uk Fife [Scotland] By Michael Alexander, 19 February 2015 Fife Alcohol Support Service (FASS) is calling for the government to introduce better, more informative labelling of alcoholic drinks. Under EU legislation, food and soft drinks packaging must show ingredients and nutritional information but alcohol is exempt from these regulations. Research by the Alcohol Health […]
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