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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.

Molson Coors

Peroni 0.0% Partners with Formula 1

Molson Coors’ Peroni 0.0% is intensifying its marketing with a Formula 1-themed campaign, partnering with Scuderia Ferrari and ...

ABAC

Unveiling the self-regulation in Australia: ABAC’s quarterly Report on Alcohol Advertising

The Alcohol Beverages Advertising Code (ABAC) has launched their Quarterly Report in which emphasise the importance of proactively ...

Heineken

Heineken main sponsor of comic event – marketing alcohol towards minors

Heineken will be the official sponsor of this year’s edition of CCXP in Brazil, taking place fro mDecember 5 to 8, 2024. Thought the ...

Fact Check: Why Alcohol Deaths Are Rising in the U.S.

Expert commentary on the rising number of alcohol deaths in the US reveals the reasons behind the ...

Predatory Practice: Olympic Committee Enters Partnership with Big Alcohol Giant

For the first time ever, the International Olympic Committee has made a deal with the alcohol industry to sponsor events that celebrate the ...

Cambodia: Government Takes Action to Better Protect People from Alcohol Advertising

The Ministry of Information in Cambodia has introduced new limits on alcohol advertising, while the Ministry of Health encouraged people to ...

22 Case Stories of Big Alcohol Misconduct in 2023

In 2023, Movendi International published more than 290 stories on our Alcohol Issues News Center, covering alcohol policy and scientific ...

Latvia: Parliament Is Making Alcohol Policy the Priority It Should Be, Alcohol Tax on Government Agenda

The Parliament in Latvia is set to debate how to reduce alcohol use and harm in the country. After a long break, the Saeima will discuss ...

U.S. States With Highest Rates of Teen Alcohol Use

New analysis reveals worrying rates of teenage alcohol consumption in the United States. The findings highlight Vermont as the state with ...

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