Alcohol Warning Labels
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Alcoholic beverages are the only harmful products widely consumed for which there are no requirements or standards related to the content, quality, nutritional value, and other information commonly seen on other products. This fact sheet presents evidence on alcohol warning labels for alcoholic beverages and highlights key points on why its adoption should be considered by countries. It also provides recommendations for its implementation and information on the harms associated with alcohol consumption.
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