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.

India and COVID-19: Big Alcohol Pushes for MORE Alcohol

Despite the high death toll from COVID-19 and the massive burden of long standing alcohol harm in India the alcohol industry is pushing for ...

Alcohol Anytime, Anywhere: Drizly’s Role for Big Alcohol

Since the beginning of the pandemic one major Big Alcohol strategy to advance their own private profit interests was alcohol delivery and ...

England, Wales: Alcohol Deaths Reach Record High during COVID-19 Pandemic

Deaths caused by alcohol products in England and Wales increased by 16.4% during January to September 2020 amidst COVID-19 compared to the ...

USA: Big Alcohol Cashes In On Election

Alcohol sales soared across the USA on election day. Looking into the marketing campaign of Big Alcohol giant Absolut, shows that this ...

Sweden: Court Stops Winefinder from Selling Alcohol Online

The online trading company Winefinder which operated from Helsingborg, Sweden has been selling alcohol online to Swedish customers for ...

India: Big Alcohol Thirsts For E-Commerce Market

Big Alcohol is using the COVID-19 pandemic to push Indian State governments to introduce e-commerce for alcohol sales. Since then several ...

Netherlands: Biggest Web Shop Suspends Alcohol Sales, Delivery

The biggest online store in Netherlands have chosen to suspend alcohol sales and delivery. The reason given was inability to verify age ...

UK: On-Demand Alcohol Delivery Firms Criticized for Fueling Alcohol Harm

The world over the alcohol industry pushed to rapidly expand on-demand alcohol delivery since the COVID-19 pandemic. In the United Kingdom, ...

California, USA: On-Demand Alcohol Delivery Apps Harm Youth

The government fo California says on-demand delivery apps are driving a surge in alcohol deliveries to minors during COVID-19. A new ...

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