Did you know that 80 percent of the world’s counterfeit goods come from China? Everything including luxury goods, cosmetics, wine and spirits, medicine and more are vulnerable to duplication and sometimes the fakes are so similar that it can be hard to determine the real from the phony. With that being said, brand owners across the globe view China’s counterfeiting business as a threat to their own.
In partnership with SafeProof.
Bootlegging alcohol didn’t get left behind in the Prohibition Era. In fact, according to a 2014 report by the World Health Organization, unregulated alcohol makes up 25% of all consumption worldwide. But what are the implications of fake alcohol? Why should everyone from consumers to manufacturers to government entities care? Let’s take a look at the facts.
If you’ve searched online for information about the dangers and risks of counterfeit alcohol, chances are you’ve encountered Safeproof.org. They’ve been researching, writing and informing the industry and consumers about counterfeit or fake alcohol—creating awareness and tracking the global trends. We reached out to Safeproof.org’s Daniel Dachille to ask some questions about these issues, and the answers are eye-opening!