Alcohol Health Alliance says only one of 315 labels it examined had up-to-date guidance and none had illness warning
Alcohol brands are failing to include information on product labels about drinking guidelines and the health issues linked with consumption, according to a charity.
Researchers for the Alcohol Health Alliance (AHA), examined 315 labels across 27 UK locations and found only one one informed the public of the current low-risk weekly drinking guideline of 14 units a week.
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