We are actively engaged with policymakers in the Scottish Parliament. We ensure that the voice of responsible producers is heard, highlighting the substantial progress in promoting responsible drinking across Scotland, as well as tackling alcohol misuse on the ground by promoting local partnership schemes.
We are committed to working with responsible groups and we are a member of the Scottish Alcohol Industry Partnership (SAIP). This is a partnership of alcohol producers and representatives of the on-trade and off-trade in Scotland committed to tackling alcohol misuse in Scotland. SAIP campaigns include promoting the greater use of the 125ml wine measure in the on-trade, the ‘You’re Asking For It’ campaign to tackle proxy purchasing and the Drinkaware at Work campaign to support employees in making informed choices about their drinking.
Click below to download the latest infographics on key Scotland alcohol statistics.
Low and No alcohol alternatives continue to grow in popularity across the UK. To read our research report, click below.
For further information about the Portman Group’s activities in Scotland, please contact email@example.com
4 August 2022
Response to the National Records of Scotland statistics on alcohol specific deaths
20 July 2022
Response to Stirling Uni’s packaging focus group
12 April 2022
Portman Group response to the recent study by Stirling University on alcohol labelling
22 February 2022
Response to calls to end airport alcohol licensing rules in Scotland
22 February 2022
Response to Public Health Scotland’s alcohol sales and harm in Scotland during the COVID-19 pandemic report
1 February 2022
Response to latest Public Health Scotland alcohol-related hospital admissions
14 December 2021
Response to the Stirling University study into the Scottish ambulance service
17 August 2021
Response on National Records of Scotland figures on alcohol deaths in 2020
29 June 2021
Response to Alcohol Focus Scotland’s call for pictorial warnings on pack
25 January 2021
Response to the Scottish Government’s snapshot Scottish Health Survey