Chile Chile

Chile first introduced graphic health warnings in November 2006. Tobacco packages are required to have a health warning cover the bottom 50% of the front and bottom 50% of the back of the package.

Chile has produced nine rounds of warnings. New warning images were released every 12 months from 2006 to 2012 inclusive, and again in 2013 and 2016.

Chile requires one descriptive message on emissions and constituents on the side of packages.

Chile prohibits the terms such as “light,” “smooth,” “mild,” and “low in tar, nicotine, carbon monoxide,” from appearing on packages.

Legislation and Regulations

Chile’s Legislation Library

Health Warning Reports, Publications & Presentations

Chile’s Health Warning Document Library

Health Warnings

2016 to Present** (warnings appear in colour on packages)

Chile 2016 Chemicals - poison
Chemicals
Chile
2016
Chile 2016 Addiction - lived experience
Addiction
Chile
2016
Chile 2016 ETS baby - targets pregnant women
ETS – Baby
Chile
2016
Chile 2016 ETS baby - premature birth
ETS – Baby
Chile
2016

2013 to 2016**

2011 to 2012**

Chile 2012 ETS general - humour, text
ETS – General
Chile
2012

2011 to 2012**

Chile 2011 ETS child - targets parents
ETS – Child
Chile
2011

2010 to 2011**

2009 to 2010**

Chile 2009 ETS baby - lived experience, baby, targets pregnant women
ETS – Baby
Chile
2009

2008 to 2009**

2007 to 2008**

2006 to 2007**

** The images contained in this gallery are subject to Chilean copyright laws. Any duplication, reproduction, or use without the express consent of said party is prohibited. Countries should be contacted individually for usage of images.