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Organizations relating to Beverages

International Fruit and Vegetable Juice Association / Paris, France / Est. 1949
Master Brewers Association of the Americas / St Paul MN, USA / Est. 1887
International Society of Beverage Technologists / Dallas TX, USA / Est. 1953
Lifewater International / San Luis Obispo CA, USA / Est. 1978
International Council of Beverages Associations / Washington DC, USA / Est. 1995
Convention Relating to the Liquor Traffic in Africa / Est. 1919
European Milk and Juice Carton Producers Association - Belgium / Dilbeek, Belgium
Living Water International / Houston TX, USA / Est. 1991
European Brewery Convention / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1947
World Federation of Major International Wine and Spirits Competitions / Sierre, Switzerland
European Cider and Fruit Wine Association / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1961
European Foundation for Alcohol Research / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 2003
Assembly of Wine Producing European Regions / Châlons-en-Champagne, France / Est. 1988
European Committee of Wine Companies / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1959
Alliance for Beverage Cartons and the Environment / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1995
International Union of Oenologists / Paris, France / Est. 1966
spiritsEUROPE / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1993
Australasian Professional Society on Alcohol and Other Drugs / Sydney, Australia / Est. 1981
Global Alcohol Policy Alliance / London, UK / Est. 2000
European Network of Wine Cities / Vilafranca del Penedès, Spain / Est. 1995
Europaeiske Faellesskab for EØF- Landenes Organisationer for Engroshandelen med OEI / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1959
International Organization of Vine and Wine / Paris, France / Est. 1924
Union of European Beverages Associations / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1959
Confédération européenne des distilleries vinicoles / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1996
Waterlines / Santa Fe NM, USA / Est. 1988

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World Problems relating to Beverages

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Foetal alcohol syndrome
Health risks of alcohol consumption
Shortage of fresh-water
Alcohol abuse
Unhealthy diet
Juvenile alcoholism
Social costs of substance abuse
Polluted drinking water
Toxic blue-green algae in drinking water
Infectious drinking water
Consumption of alcohol
Excessive portrayal of substance abuse in the media
Solvent and methylated spirits drinking
Children of alcoholics
Drunk driving
Alcoholic intoxication at work
Substance abuse by the elderly
Susceptibility of women to alcohol
Medicines containing alcohol
Instability of wine trade
Substance abuse during control of complex equipment

Action Strategies relating to Beverages

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Protecting against health hazards from food and drink
Providing information on drinking water quality
Developing human resources to improve drinking water supply and sanitation
Ensuring clean drinking water
Providing safe drinking water for the poor
Recycling beverage containers
Developing beer technology
Training in water sanitation
Developing low-cost approach to improving drinking water supply
Conducting public education programmes on drinking water supply and sanitation
Misusing alcohol
Avoiding damaging food and drink
Taxing drink containers
Consuming alcohol
Providing international support for drinking water supply and sanitation programmes
Withholding information on drinking water quality
Monitoring drinking water
Forming relationships with sacred animals
Vanquishing evil forces
Raising spirits
Supporting traditional breweries
Controlling drinking consumption
Observing drinking age laws
Moderating eating and drinking

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