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NEWS: Worldwide Alcohol Policy Newsletter Week #21

Welcome to another week of carefully curated highlights from Alcohol Policy News, Latest Science Digest, and Big Alcohol Watch.
This week, Alcohol Policy News come from Ghana, the United States, Germany, Finland and youth in Europe (HSBC)…
The Latest Science Digest covers issues of alcohol consumption reductions in Europe (or lack thereof), NCDs prevention policies in the Pacific, Estonia utilizing alcohol policy as catalyst for the SDGs, and the effects of TV alcohol ads exposure on alcohol consumption… 
The Big Alcohol Watch exposes how the alcohol industry plans to exploit Aboriginal communities by placing a “super store” in the middle of alcohol-free communities, and how Big Alcohol tries to delay pregnancy warning labels, again…This week’s Special Feature sheds light the historic World Health Assembly, including Movendi International and civil society advocacy…

NEWS: Australia: Big Alcohol Delays Pregnancy Warning Labels (Again)

Big Alcohol again delays implementing the pregnancy warning label proposed by Food Standards Australia and New Zealand (FSANZ) with more excuses about cost and “label contrast”. Since February when the new label was proposed by FSANZ Big Alcohol has been fighting aggressively against implementing it…

NEWS: Australia: Alcohol Warning Labels Overcome Industry Opposition

Australia and New Zealand will be implementing alcohol warning labels after finally overcoming alcohol industry opposition.
Late last year, the Food Standards Australia and New Zealand (FSANZ) released a draft new label for alcohol bottles warning pregnant women to not consume alcohol.
Since the release of the label, Big Alcohol has been lobbying aggressively against it. Alcohol manufacturers made almost 100 submissions to FSANZ arguing against its proposed warning label design…

NEWS: Australia: Big Alcohol Claims Pregnancy Warning Too Costly

The newest strategy of Big Alcohol against pregnancy warning in Australia is claims that the label is too costly. Since Food Standard Australia and New Zealand released a draft label for alcohol bottles with pregnancy warning, the industry has been fighting hard against it…