alcoholic beverage


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As the economy recovers from the Great Recession, Americans are continuing to purchase alcoholic beverages, albeit more cautiously than pre-recession, and in some cases with a value-focused mindset, according to new research from The Nielsen Co.
Washington, December 03 (ANI): Alcoholic beverages popular among youths pull more advertisement in magazines than those favoured by adults, leading to a higher exposure of alcohol among youngsters, a new study claims.
Overall, the Nielsen survey was bullish on the prospects for alcoholic beverages during the downturn.
If the latter prediction holds true, variation in Finland's internal sales of alcoholic beverages could move into the negative range by the end of 2004.
Almost twenty years after publication of the initial article defining FAS, a work that set in motion a huge research apparatus, supplied the momentum for a federal crusade to warn women against drinking during pregnancy, and furnished the evidence for forcing alcoholic beverage manufacturers to place warning labels on bottles, Jones and his colleagues found their expertise rejected along with their diagnosis.
In Alabama, the alcoholic beverage industry is considered heavily regulated, and as a result, law enforcement officers with proper jurisdiction may conduct administrative searches or inspections of licensed premises without search warrants.
Alcoholic beverages offered the obvious reward of intoxication to men who led a rough and dangerous life.
Based on data currently available, FDA does not believe that urethane levels in alcoholic beverages currently on the market are an immediate short-term health risk.
This sharp increase compares to 1 percent growth for the alcoholic beverage category as a whole.
The state department's designated number of ``off-sale'' alcoholic beverage licenses is seven for that census tract, the report said.
In its thirteenth annual report on Eating Patterns in America, NPD noted that alcoholic beverages are now served at 3.
In recent years, Frohling estimates, the mail-order alcoholic beverage business has taken in $500 million to $1 billion annually, about half of it in wine sales.
Sections 23393 and 23394 of the ABC Act prohibit a retailer from selling alcoholic beverage products for resale.
To support this end, many alcoholic beverage companies participate in broad-based efforts to teach Americans - especially young Americans - about responsible drinking.