European Parliament’s Public Health committee calls for better drinks labeling as part of a new Alcohol Strategy to reduce harm

By EASL April 01,2015

Members of the Environment and Health Committee in the European Parliament voted this week for a resolution calling for a new EU strategy on alcohol and in support of improved labelling of alcohol products. They also recognised that minimum unit pricing for alcohol can be an effective measure to tackle the most serious alcohol related harm.

The resolution now goes to a full vote by MEPs in the plenary session at the end of April. If you would like to contact your MEP to ask for their support for the resolution please contact them via:

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