WASHINGTON — The U.S. Department of Agriculture defines moderate alcohol consumption as no more than one drink for women per day and no more than two drinks for men. In the interest of helping consumers heed this advice, a coalition of 18 public health, nutrition and consumer groups is petitioning the government to issue a final regulation to require standard labels on beer, wine and distilled spirits that include serving size, percentage of alcohol by volume, amount of alcohol per serving, ...

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