UK ban logos on cigarette packets
Posted On 03 Jan 2012
Last Thursday, an advocacy group towards heart health requested the British Government prohibit any design, logos and trademarks on cigarette packets, to prevent young people be attracted to start in smoking.
Australia, for example, launched a campaign that is poised to become the first nation to introduce the packaging called “smooth”, in late 2012, where the packets show graphic warnings on tobacco health and prevent the colors and attractive logos.
On http://bit.ly/sqTlRg there is an example of how such packages are.
The British Government will begin a public consultation on whether the nation should be changed to plain packages for snuff in early 2012.