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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.

Mexico: Alarm Over Alcohol Consumption Rising in Young People

Surveys conducted by the Institute of Psychiatry of the State of Baja California (IEPBC) reveal the extent of alcohol harm among the young ...

AB InBev, Heineken

Big Alcohol’s Water Footprint in Mexico: Beer Production Fuels Water, Climate Crisis

Mexico is facing a water crisis with northern parts of the country being acutely affected. For example, record low levels of rainfall in ...

AB InBev

Conflict of Interest Exposed: Beer Giant Funds Screening and Brief Intervention for Alcohol Problems It Causes

Beer giant AB InBev is funding screening and brief intervention (SBI) in Brazil, Mexico and South Africa. SBI is intended to prevent and ...

In Historic Move, UN Declares Healthy Environment a Human Right

UN General Assembly declares access to clean and healthy environment a universal human right. The resolution notes that the right to a ...

Alcohol Issues Newsletter – No. 40

December 20 – December 22, 2021 Welcome to edition 39 of the weekly Alcohol Issues Newsletter with carefully curated alcohol policy news, ...

Alcohol Issues Newsletter – Week 48

The weekly Alcohol Issues Newsletter for week 48 with carefully curated alcohol policy news from two countries covering topics of alcohol ...

UK: Coca-Cola Targets Youth, Incites Heavy Alcohol Use With Newly Launched Alcoholic “Fruit” Water

Coca-Cola has launched their hard seltzer Topo Chico in the UK. It’s the corporate giant’s first global brand in the alcohol ...

New Report Exposes Big Alcohol in Caribbeans, Latin America

A new report exposes how Big Alcohol is undermining alcohol control policies in the Latin America and Caribbean region. Rapidly growing ...

USA: People in Lockdown More into Alcohol than Healthcare

Social media analytics in the United States finds people in lockdown are more interested in alcohol than healthcare. As the COVID-19 ...

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