Peru first implemented regulations for picture-based health warnings in 2009. Cigarette packages were required to display picture warnings covering 50% of the back of all packages. A set of 11 health warnings were rotated on cigarette packages.
Peru adopted a law in 2010 that required picture-based health warnings to appear on 50% of the front, and 50% of the back of packages. These warnings were implemented in 2011.
New warnings are expected in March 2015.
Legislation and Regulations
Peru’s Legislation Library
2009 to 2011**
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