Alcohol labelling

Alcohol labelling

White paper outlining the nutrition declaration and ingredient list – a brief summary of the upcoming self-regulatory approach.

Under the current labelling rules, alcoholic beverages above 1.2% abv can be marketed without information about their ingredients and nutritional composition. As a result, consumers have no way of making an informed purchase in the same way they can with other food products. In this white paper, Joanna Brzezinski discusses the possible changes to the labelling of alcoholic drinks, introduced in a self-regulatory proposal published by the European alcoholic beverages sector earlier this year.

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