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A recent study published in the Royal College of Physicians’ journal Clinical Medicine demonstrates that minimum unit pricing is an "exquisitely targeted" policy for the most dangerous drinkers.
Please pledge your support for Scotland's battle in Europe to implement Alcohol Minimum Unit Pricing (MUP)
The House of Lords (the second chamber of UK Parliament) is launching an inquiry into the EU’s Alcohol Strategy.
European Commission published full report and presentations of the latest European Alcohol and Health Forum (EAHF), which took place on the beginning of April.
Over the years Eurocare has been advocating for better labelling across the EU, which would allow consumers make informed and healthy choices.
This event will look at the rational of alcohol labelling, the link between alcohol and healthy diet and recent developments in area of alcohol labelling.
Eurocare submitted its response to the European Commission consultation on the controversial ISDS mechanism in TTIP.
On 26th June 2014 Seimas of the Republic of Lithuania adopted new amendments on Republic of Lithuania Law on Road Traffic Safety that has tightened drunk driving regulations.
For years Eurocare has questioned the use of CAP money for the promotion of wine and especially funding of the Wine in Moderation and similar programmes.
Kristiina Hannula from EHYT ry, the Finnish Eurocare member, sees the latest development as steps in the wrong direction. “We are very disappointed on the recent decision to not finalize the started process of the alcohol act".