NEW YORK -- A discussion over suggestive packaging for a novelty alcoholic beverage during a recent conference on substance abuse revived the debate over ethics and marketing. Nick Costanzo, an owner and vice president of Zippers, the Toledo, Ohio-based manufacturer of trendy alcohol-infused gelatin shots, came under fire from Susan Foster, an officer of the National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia University, for the product's packaging. The exchange took place during ...

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