ADOPTED: Since 2014, labels of alcoholic beverages that have an ABV of between 2% and 55% must include this health warning: ‘the abuse of the consumption of this product is harmful to health’. The warning must be in uppercase and in contrasting colors. If the beverage has an ABV of 6% or more, then the labels must feature either three pictograms or one of those pictograms alternating every four months. Beverages of between 2% and 6% ABV must display a modified pictogram warning against consumption by minors under the age of 18. Beverages under an ABV of 2% must state: ‘this product contains % of alcohol. Not recommended for children’.