A plain-package law for tobacco products would reduce the appeal of smoking, according to one new study.
Recent legislation in Australia has banned logos from cigarette packaging and in April of this year the English banned tobacco promotion.
Recent studies carried out in Brazil aparently show that plain packaged cigarettes are less appealing to younger adults than the current branded cigarette packets.
This concurs with new research claims that having plain packaged cigarettes would no doubt reduce the appeal of smoking. According to the British Public Health Minister Anne Milton, the Government is already considering whether the plain packaging of Tobacco would bring health benefits to the UK. A consultation took place last month, the results are yet to be published.
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