Tesco ‘Everyday Value’ alcohol does not break alcohol marketing rules
The packaging of Tesco’s ‘Everyday Value’ alcohol range does not breach alcohol responsibility rules the Independent Complaints Panel has ruled.
Portman Group announces fifth edition of Code of Practice
The fifth evolution of the Portman Group Code of Practice for alcohol producers has been announced, setting the standard for responsible alcohol marketing and effective industry self-regulat...
Laverstoke Park Farm Ale and Lager breaks alcohol marketing rules
Laverstoke Park Farm’s Ale and Lager packaging has breached alcohol responsibility rules for using a drawing with particular appeal to young children to market alcoholic drinks.
Martin Narey New Chairman of Independent Complaints Panel
After a highly competitive national recruitment campaign, Martin Narey has been appointed as the new Chairman of the Independent Complaints Panel for irresponsible alcohol marketing
Portman Group Responds to Health Select Committee Report
We welcome the Select Committee’s view that the majority of people enjoy alcoholic products responsibly and that alcohol producers and retailers are vital partners in helping to tackle the h...
Alcohol companies on track to deliver health labelling pledge
According to the latest industry data, alcohol producers are on track to deliver their pledge to provide health information on 80% of alcohol labels on UK shelves by the end of December 2013...
Senior appointment – independent alcohol complaints panel chair
A national recruitment campaign is underway to appoint a new Chair of the Independent Complaints Panel which rules on complaints about irresponsible alcohol marketing.
Dark Conspiracy pump clips break marketing rules
A beer called Dark Conspiracy has breached alcohol responsibility rules for featuring East End gangsters, the Kray twins, on its pump clips.
Vitesse Noir breaks alcohol marketing rules
A beer called Vitesse Noir has breached alcohol responsibility rules for making claims about the stimulating effects of the product on its packaging.
Responsible majority must not be penalised
Responding to the Government´s Alcohol Strategy, Portman Group Chief Executive Henry Ashworth said: