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Mother Dairy milk samples found tainted in India By DBR Staff Writer
Mother Dairy's full cream and toned milk samples were found to contain detergent and frozen fat, according to Ghaziabad Food and Drugs Administration (FDA).
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Australia calls for restrictions on Vegemite sales to tackle illegal alcohol making By DBR Staff Writer
The government of Australia is calling on certain communities to limit the sale of Vegemite, which is being used in illegally making home-made alcohol.
Markets & Regulations > Regulatory & Safety > News China probes distillers over tainted alcohol By DBR Staff Writer
China has launched investigation into distillers following the reports of addition of viagra in alcohol bottles.
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Welsh government brings in draft bill to set minimum alcohol price
By DBR Staff Writer
Welsh government has unveiled plans for a new legislation that will mandate a minimum alcohol price, preventing liquor to be sold for less than 50p per unit.
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New Zealand rejects calls for tax on sugary drinks
By DBR Staff Writer
The government of New Zealand is rejecting calls for a 20% tax on fizzy soft drinks as it does not consider imposing taxes to be a feasible solution for reducing consumption.
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San Francisco votes in favor of health warnings on sugary drinks ads
By DBR Staff Writer
San Francisco supervisors have voted in favor of a package of ordinances which will require health warnings on ads for sugary sodas.
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Over 20 health organisations resign from EU Alcohol and Health Forum
By DBR Staff Writer
Over 20 public health bodies have resigned from the EU Alcohol and Health Forum as the European Commission refused to establish a new EU Alcohol Strategy.
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Alcohol sales banned at Miami Beach after 2am
By DBR Staff Writer
Miami Beach commissioners have approved a ban on the sale of alcohol at late night sidewalk cafes from 2am to 8am.
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Health Canada considers removal of fruit juices from nutrition guide
By DBR Staff Writer
Health Canada is contemplating to remove fruit juices from the category of healthy dietary choices under Canada's Food Guide as juices increasingly come under the scanner for promoting obesity.
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Wine Institute appeals Congress to act regarding COOL retaliation
By DBR Staff Writer
In the wake of WTO claim, Wine Institute, along with the wine industry, has urged the Congress to act to prevent COOL retaliation.
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California rejects soda tax
By DBR Staff Writer
In a latest loss of face for public health advocates, California lawmakers have rejected a proposed tax on sodas and other sugary beverages.
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Massachusetts regulator accuses Craft Beer Guild over pay-to-play probe
By DBR Staff Writer
Massachusetts regulator Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission (ABCC) has charged craft wholesaler Craft Beer Guild over pay-to-play probe.
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European Parliament to consider sticking calorie labels on alcohol
By DBR Staff Writer
The European Parliament is pondering over mandatory calorie labeling on all alcoholic drinks.
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