Case library

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.

AB InBev, Bacardi

Canada: Big Alcohol Derailed Planned Alcohol Tax Increase While New Report Details High Alcohol Harm and Economic Costs

Big Alcohol managed to pressure the Canadian government into giving up on a much needed alcohol tax increase. The federal alcohol duty was ...

Kenya: Alcohol Giant Diageo Faces Severe Fines For Disobeying Supreme Court Order

Bia Tosha Distributors Ltd alleges that EABL and Diageo engaged in anti-competitive practices by refusing to give back beer distributorship ...

New Diageo CEO Hails from Big Tobacco

Diageo’s chief executive Ivan Menezes will retire. He will be succeeded in the role by current chief operating officer Debra Crew. Ms ...

Kenya: Government Increases Tax Receipt from Beer Giant

The Kenyan government has reduced the tax exemption for the low-end beer brand Senator, owned by East African Breweries Plc (EABL). As the ...

Bacardi

Exposed: Alcohol Companies Among Instagram’s Fastest Growing Brands

Social media has become one of the most popular platforms in alcohol marketing, reaching a large group of people, often minors and young ...

AB InBev

Study Reveals Shocking Details About Leading Alcohol Research Funder’s Relationship with the Alcohol Industry

In 2018, a $100 million clinical trial on how ‘moderate’ alcohol use affects health was cancelled in the US. This was because it was ...

USA: Big Alcohol Exposed for Misleading Labeling

Alcohol companies in the United States have been exposed for misleading consumers with their product labeling. Customers filed several ...

India: Big Alcohol Sets Target on Diwali

Big Alcohol is targeting the Diwali festival to increase alcohol sales and maximize profits. The Indian alcohol market is predicted to grow ...

Proposed Alcohol Guidelines in Canada Reduce Low-Risk Amount to Maximum 2 Alcoholic Drinks per Week

The Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction (CCSA) has updated the low-risk alcohol use guidelines to a maximum of two alcoholic ...

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