Tagged: alcohol labelling

Henry Ashworth on New Year’s resolutions and the alcohol industry

Henry Ashworth

Evidence suggests that New Year resolutions are more likely to be successful when people commit publicly to them. In his first video-blog, Henry Ashworth, co-Chair of the Responsibility Deal Alcohol Network, talks about the resolutions being made by the industry … Read more → – Henry Ashworth on New Year’s resolutions and the alcohol industry

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Heineken improving unit awareness amongst consumers

HEINEKEN is Britain’s largest beer and cider producer. Our brands include HEINEKEN, Foster’s, Strongbow, Bulmers, John Smiths and Kronenbourg 1664. At HEINEKEN, we believe that it is important for consumers to have the information to enable them to make a … Read more → – Heineken improving unit awareness amongst consumers

Henry Ashworth, chair of the alcohol network – Tangible action from alcohol producers drives momentum on the Deal

Henry Ashworth

Alcohol is commonplace in our society and the vast majority of people (78%) drink within Government guidelines.  Nationally, alcohol consumption is falling and levels of binge drinking are at the lowest recorded levels amongst young people with significantly fewer children … Read more → – Henry Ashworth, chair of the alcohol network – Tangible action from alcohol producers drives momentum on the Deal

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A1. Alcohol Labelling

“We will ensure that over 80% of products on shelf (by December 2013) will have labels with clear unit content, NHS guidelines and a warning about drinking when pregnant.” The following provides background and supporting information to help organisations understand … Read more → – A1. Alcohol Labelling