This report examines how no and low alcohol (NoLo) beverages are marketed and promoted in the UK and explores how and why consumers drink them
Rapid literature review funded by AFS on the impact of the provision of health and product information on consumer knowledge and behaviour on product labels. Authors Elena D Dimova (Glasgow Caledonian University) and Danielle Mitchell […]
A closer look at the way publicans view alcohol policy and challenges within the alcohol industry.
A survey of 200 pub landlords explores the issues that cheap off-license prices and alcohol duty create for the hospitality sector.
This research takes a closer look at no-low alcohol products and whether they have the potential to reduce harmful drinking. It also examines the way these products are marketed.
The final report of the Commission on Alcohol Harm
Examining public opinion on alcohol and alcohol policies
Examining current levels of alcohol harm and prevention policies
An evidence-based alcohol strategy backed by experts and organisations with the health and welfare of the public as its main aim