Lifestyle Economics

Study suggests wine in restaurants has “significant impact” on alcohol-related deaths

Christopher Snowdon quoted in The Sun

“The idea that wine consumed in restaurants has any significant impact on the number of alcohol-related deaths is just daft”, says Christopher Snowdon, Head of Lifestyle Economics at the Institute of Economic Affairs.

Christopher is quoted in The Sun and the Scottish Sun responding to a University of Cambridge study which suggested limited the size of wine glasses to reduce alcohol consumption.

He noted that “the people who are most likely to suffer from alcohol-related diseases do not have the money to drink wine in restaurants in any case.”

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