NOffLA informing producers on Irish excise

Grocery trade interest groups believe that the erection of a physical separation between alcohol products and non-alcohol products in an small family outlet are too restrictive and prohibitively costly to implement.
Grocery trade interest groups believe that the erection of a physical separation between alcohol products and non-alcohol products in an small family outlet are too restrictive and prohibitively costly to implement.

NOffLA will be lobbying the incoming government once again to reduce what it considers to be already outrageous excise duties on wine and on spirits and at the very least, to bring wine duties into line with beers and spirits excise.

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4 April 2016 | 0

Wine is presently in excess of these at €4.50 a bottle.

“We’re also letting producing countries know how much revenue is being taken and asking why is their product being treated differently from other categories,” NOffLA Chairman Gary O’Donovan told Drinks Industry Ireland.

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