Society 2030 is Diageo (one of the world’s largest alcohol beverage companies)’s social responsibility programme. Society 2030 is focussed around three primary initiatives. First, DRINKiQ is a comprehensive website that provides information, classes, and assessments about drinking in moderation. Diageo is promoting DRINKiQ in every market they sell in. Second, SMASHED works to combat underage drinking through youth education. Diageo hopes to reach 10 million youths by 2030. Lastly, The Wrong Side of the Road is an interactive experience that is being disseminated in partnership with UNITAR. That programme counteracts drinking and driving, and Diageo hopes to reach 5 million people by 2030. In addition to those programmes, Diageo also has an updated marketing code focussed around responsible marketing for drinking in moderation.
An education programme that promotes healthy habits and responsible drinking among young people. Since 2004, 1344 lectures have been organised with the participation of 29,021 students from 875 Argentinian schools. The seminars last approximately one hour and include a video and a subsequent debate.
The Right Amount is a responsible alcohol consumption website with consumer facing information, guidelines and a standard drink calculator. Industry resources are available to download and campaign is free of charge for industry participation.
Sponsors: Wine Growers Canada Date: 01 December 2021 Implementation: North America
The Portman Group, the UK alcohol social responsibility body, offers a free online training programme for start-ups and small producers to better understand and implement the Code of Practice on Naming, Packaging and the Promotion of alcohol beverages.
Sponsors: The Portman Group Date: 28 April 2022 Implementation: The United Kingdom
“Rethinking Drinking – Alcohol and Your Health” is an initiative by the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, which provides evidence-based information about alcohol and health along with tips, tools, and resources for those who want to cut down on or quit drinking. Designed for adults from the United States who drink alcohol, the booklet can be dowloaded here, or the information could be accessed online here.
Sponsors: The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism Date: December 2021 Implementation: North America
Sogrape developed an online training action on Wine in Moderation and Responsible Service for employees. The training tackled topics such as anti-alcohol threats, wine culture, consumption patterns, guidelines for low-risk consumption, and the impact of abusive consumption were discussed.
Sponsors: Sogrape Date: 12 July 2021 Implementation: International
Bodegas de Argentina promoted the Wine in Moderation programme at the Wine of Buenos Aires Meeting (Encuentro Vitivinícola Boanaerense). Giving the opportunity to wineries from Buenos Aires to present their wines, the event also gave visitors the possibility to discover wines from different regions. Bodegas de Argentina informed visitors about moderate consumption of wine through thematic chats and the distribution of materials.
Sponsors: Bodegas de Argentina Date: 25-26 September 2021 Implementation: South America
AEVP’s (Association of Port Wine Companies) 2021 Wine in Moderation Campaign was launched to encourage a sustainable culture of wine. The campaign was widely shared on different medias: on TV with a 20’’ spot (60 ads), on Cinema Arrabida (10,320 ads), on JC Decaux – Network of Urban Centers billboards (1,400 billboards all over Portugal), on STCP – Porto Buses (400 posters), and on Digital Advertising Newspapers Online (400,000 insertions Desktop + Mobile).
Sponsors: AEVP (Association of Port Wine Companies) Date: September 2021 Implementation: Europe