"+18" For energy drinks

Youth Initiative to ban the consumption of energy drinks by persons under the age of 18, was the topic of discussion on the initiative of young people “Grow shnetshëm” at today’s meeting of the Committee on Health, Labour and Social Welfare, headed by Flora Brovina, president, announces nag Assembly papers.

The speaker of the first meeting, the representative of Initiative “Grow shnetshëm” Afrim Berisha, presented the research conducted by this initiative, which included six regions, 1000 questionnaires with parents and children, to see how consumed energy drinks by children and how are they aware of the negative effects that cause them, Koha.net broadcasts.

In questionnaires with parents, according to Berisha, about 54 percent of the respondents claimed that their children consume these drinks, while children from questionnaires, showed that 74 percent of them consume energy drinks.

From this mutual research with parents and children, it turned out that the children were not informed about the negative effects that cause these drinks. Afrim Berisha said that awareness is necessary, since access to these drinks is very easy.

Based on the research findings, the commission was offered several recommendations, which are expected to be reviewed in the future.

According to the recommendations, requested the placement of signs notifying “+18” in all energy drinks; develop awareness campaigns about the negative effects that cause these drinks, ban their sale in and near schools, and to create a legal framework that regulates the limitation of caffeine in these drinks.

Representatives of the initiative stressed that the proposed recommendations are based on practices in other countries that have taken measures to limit these beverages as Lithuania, Hungary, Sweden etc.

In the end, President Brovina, thanked the representatives of the organization for this material and to raise issues of this nature, expressing at the same time, support for the proposed recommendations.

6 June 2016 – 14:22

Youth Initiative to ban the consumption of energy drinks by persons under the age of 18, was the topic of discussion on the initiative of young people “Grow shnetshëm” at today’s meeting of the Committee on Health, Labour and Social Welfare, headed by Flora Brovina, president, announces nag Assembly papers.

The speaker of the first meeting, the representative of Initiative “Grow shnetshëm” Afrim Berisha, presented the research conducted by this initiative, which included six regions, 1000 questionnaires with parents and children, to see how consumed energy drinks by children and how are they aware of the negative effects that cause them, Koha.net broadcasts.

In questionnaires with parents, according to Berisha, about 54 percent of the respondents claimed that their children consume these drinks, while children from questionnaires, showed that 74 percent of them consume energy drinks.

From this mutual research with parents and children, it turned out that the children were not informed about the negative effects that cause these drinks. Afrim Berisha said that awareness is necessary, since access to these drinks is very easy.

Based on the research findings, the commission was offered several recommendations, which are expected to be reviewed in the future.

According to the recommendations, requested the placement of signs notifying “+18” in all energy drinks; develop awareness campaigns about the negative effects that cause these drinks, ban their sale in and near schools, and to create a legal framework that regulates the limitation of caffeine in these drinks.

Representatives of the initiative stressed that the proposed recommendations are based on practices in other countries that have taken measures to limit these beverages as Lithuania, Hungary, Sweden etc.

In the end, President Brovina, thanked the representatives of the organisation for this material and to raise issues of this nature, expressing at the same time, support for the proposed recommendations.

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