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alcoholic beverage

[‚al·kə′hȯl·ik ′bev·rij]
(food engineering)
A potable preparation containing ethyl alcohol.
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THEFood Safety and Standards Authority of India ( FSSAI) plans to bring alcoholic beverages also on its radar by fixing standards for drinks like beer, whisky, vodka, rum and wine.
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Speaking at the meeting, Celik said that what the Turkish government did, regarding alcoholic beverages, was to make all consumption registered within international and European Union (EU) norms.
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The agency recently notified nearly 30 manufacturers of caffeinated alcoholic beverages that it intends to investigate the safety and legality of their products.
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.
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Nielsen company, consumers continue to see alcoholic beverages as "an affordable indulgence" despite a fragile economy.
Citing the Australian experience with a similar tax, they believe that the extra cost on alcoholic beverages would reduce the consumption of alcohol.