Focus - Drinks industry bids for voluntary approach to labelling

By Ben Cooper | 20 July 2010

The new UK coalition government has already announced plans to reform alcohol taxation and ban below-cost sales. But, as industry waits to hear its plans for alcohol labelling, recent remarks by health secretary Andrew Lansley on public health and the role industry has to play in health education will have been listened to acutely, writes Ben Cooper.

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The new UK coalition government has already announced plans to reform alcohol taxation and ban below-cost sales. But, as industry waits to hear its plans for alcohol labelling, recent remarks by health secretary Andrew Lansley on public health and the role industry has to play in health education will have been listened to acutely, writes Ben Cooper.

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