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Cases of alcohol industry misconduct from around the world exposing the predatory practices.

A library of all the unethical methods of Big Alcohol – aggressive lobbying, unethical marketing, sabotaging of rules and institutions and much more, all in one place.

The Alcohol Issues Newsletter – Special Edition on Alcohol-Cancer Link

Welcome to the Special Edition World Cancer Day 2024 of the Alcohol Issues Newsletter. We curate state of the art information about the ...

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Heineken Exposed for ‘Slave Labor’ Practices in Brazil

Brazilian brewery Kaiser, which is owned by Heineken, has been added to the government’s list of companies responsible for labor ...

Reducing Alcohol Strength Could Save Thousands of Lives In European Countries

In this modelling study, researchers looked at the effects of reduced alcohol consumption through lower alcohol strength in beer, wine and ...

Communities from Around the World Call on Netflix to Exclude Alcohol Ads 

In November, Netflix will start rolling out its new and cheaper ad-supported package “basic with ads” for $6.99, per month. ...

Long-Term Societal Trends That Trouble Big Wine

Big Wine is losing its place in society as young people move away from alcohol products. Last year wine sales are reported to have dropped ...

Alcohol Issues Newsletter – No. 29

Welcome to our weekly Alcohol Issues Newsletter No. 29 with carefully curated alcohol policy news, latest highlights from our science ...

New Oxfam Report: Big Wines’ Human Rights Abuses

Forced labor, poverty wages, excessive working hours and severe health and safety risks for workers in the Italian wine industry. A new ...

Guinness Branded Alcohol Marketing During the 2019 Rugby Six Nations Championship

This study found that during the 15 games of the 2019 Guinness Six Nations Championship, Guinness-related branding (‘Guinness’ and the ...

Alcohol Issues Newsletter – No. 20

Welcome to the weekly Alcohol Issues Newsletter No. 20 with carefully curated alcohol policy news, highlights from our latest science ...

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