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Craft Beer Association Reveals 60% Percent Drop In Under Age Hazardous Drinking
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The Brewers’ Association is encouraged by the latest Ministry of Health data which shows that consumption of alcohol by 15-17 year olds is continuing its downward trend, with the incidence of hazardous drinking halving over the past decade.
In 2006/2007 the New Zealand Health Survey found that 8.4% of 15-17 year olds were consuming six drinks in one session on a weekly basis. In the 2015/16 survey, that figure had decreased to 3.2%.
Director of External Relations for the Brewers Association Kevin Sinnott, says that in real terms, that means 13,000 fewer New Zealand teenagers are drinking hazardously every week.
“Across a month, the data shows an even sharper drop in teenage alcohol consumption,” Mr Sinnott said. “But for us, the most positive statistic for the Brewers Association and our members is the number of young people abstaining or delaying when they are starting to drink alcohol at all.
“The recently updated New Zealand Health Survey found that 42.8 % of 15-17 year olds did not drink alcohol in the last 12 months, a dramatic change from 2006/07, when only 24% abstained.”
Mr Sinnott said there is still work to do, but the positive campaigns industry and Government have run over the last decade are starting to pay dividends.
“The vast majority of New Zealanders now consume alcohol responsibly. No longer is it socially acceptable to be intoxicated at a family barbecue, or be asked to leave a cricket ground because you are too drunk.”
Mr Sinnott said the 2015/16 New Zealand Health survey backs up anecdotal evidence from his own family.
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