The Scotch Whisky Association provided comments to the Scottish Environment Protection Agency's consultation on its sector plan for Scotch Whisky.
A delegation from the Scotch Whisky Association (SWA) is in India this week to push for fairer access to what could be the industry’s biggest market if the onerous 150% tariff on imported spirits was reduced.
Today’s decisive vote to reject minimum pricing by the Scottish Parliament has been warmly welcomed by Scotch Whisky distillers.
China - an important market for Scotch Whisky – has announced that it will recognise and protect ‘Scotch Whisky’ as a Geographical Indication (GI).
Nine out of Scotch Whisky’s top ten export markets grew in value over the first six months of 2010, according to new figures published today by The Scotch Whisky Association (SWA).
A minimum unit price for alcohol set out in today’s Scottish Government Bill is unlikely to reduce alcohol misuse, is probably illegal and threatens one of Scotland’s key industries the Scotch Whisky Association (SWA) said.
A pioneering industry-wide environment strategy developed by Scotch Whisky distillers has been recognised at the Scottish Waste & Resources Awards.
Scotch Whisky distillers welcomed today’s vote by the Scottish Parliament Health & Sport Committee to remove minimum pricing from the Alcohol (Scotland) Bill.
The Scottish Government’s proposed minimum price of 45p a unit will do little to address alcohol harm in Scotland but will cause significant damage to Scotch Whisky at home and abroad, The Scotch Whisky Association (SWA) said today.
Taxing all alcoholic drinks at the same rate by alcohol content addresses concerns over low pricing and could raise over £1 billion extra revenue a year for the Government, according to the Scotch Whisky Association.
Scotch Whisky’s growing popularity in France – more than 5 bottles every second are shipped to the country - will be toasted at a reception in the British Ambassador’s Residence in Paris tonight (Wednesday 23 June 2010).