Finland Moving Away from Heavy Regulation on Sugar and Alcohol

January 19th, 2017

From early 2017, Finland is planning two legislative changes in the alcohol and confectionery markets. The country will remove the so-called sweet tax for confectionery and ice cream, and the Finnish government is planning a wider renewal of alcohol legislation including several changes in the drinking laws. Research analyst Salla Korpivaara discusses what impact this will have on the market.

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Salla Korpivaara

Salla Korpivaara is a Research Analyst at Euromonitor International. She has a Master's degree in Social Sciences from the University of Helsinki and has been working with different research projects for years. Professional interests include tracking latest consumer trends, health and wellness products as well as sustainable product innovations. Feels like home when working in a multi-cultural team.

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