500ml Cans of 9% ABV Skol Super Breach Alcohol Responsibility Rules
500ml Cans of 9% ABV Kestrel Super Premium Lager Breach Alcohol Responsibility Rules
The packaging of 500ml cans of Kestrel Super Premium Lager (Kestrel), a 9% ABV beer produced by Brookfield Drinks, have been found to encourage immoderate consumption...
500ml Cans of 9% ABV Carlsberg Special Brew Breach Alcohol Responsibility Rules
Drinks industry exceeds unit pledge target with two years to go
The Portman Group has welcomed the latest official report from Department of Health showing producers and retailers have delivered the Public Health Responsibility Deal Alcohol Network pledg...
Minister praises producers' commitment
Minister for Crime Prevention Lynne Featherstone has welcomed the progress made by drinks producers as part of the Government's Responsibility Deal.
Portman Group responds to Minister’s speech by showcasing tools for tackling alcohol harms
Responding to Home Office Minister Lynne Featherstone’s speech at today’s Alcohol Concern Conference, Chief Executive of the Portman Group, Henry Ashworth said:
Drinks companies achieve voluntary alcohol labelling target
A new report available today, has confirmed that UK drinks producers have delivered on a voluntary pledge to improve health labelling of alcohol products on shelf.
Portman Group welcomes new members
Treasury Wine Estates (TWE) and Mast-Jägermeister UK Ltd are the latest companies to join the Portman Group – the UK’s leading alcohol responsibility body – underlining their commitment to s...
Nine out of 10 people unaware of UK’s changing drinking habits
Almost 9 out of 10 adults in Britain (89%) are unaware that British people are drinking less than they were a decade ago, and binge drinking is in decline according to a new YouGov poll.
Poll: police and public believe local partnerships key to falling alcohol-related crime
Members of the public and the police attribute falling rates of alcohol-related crime to better town centre management, better partnership working and our society becoming less tolerant to a...