Unrecorded Alcohol in the Americas
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This fact sheet provides information on unrecorded alcohol. Unrecorded alcohol is alcohol that is not accounted for by official government systems and is usually produced, distributed, and sold outside the formal channels under government control. The fact sheet outlines the types of unrecorded alcohol and the dangers to health associated with its consumption. It also provides recommendations for consumers on non-commercial alcohol products and for governments on the regulation of unrecorded alcohol.
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