WASHINGTON An unlikely alliance of advocacy groups called on the federal government Tuesday to require nutrition labels on all packaged alcoholic beverages, including bottled beers, wines and spirits sold in restaurants. The labels would display alcohol content, the amount of alcohol per serving, the size of a standard drink, and basic dietary information like calories and carbohydrates.The mandate was proposed here at a press conference co-hosted by Mothers Against Drunk Driving, ...

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