Warning Labels Mandated for Wine Bottles in France

Wine bottles in France must now carry health labels warning women of the dangers of drinking during pregnancy. It's a radical change for this nation of wine lovers, better known for extolling the health benefits of wine than its dangers. But critics say the labels are so small that they are practically impossible to read.



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