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Peru implemented regulations for picture-based health warnings in 2009. Cigarette packages are required to display picture warnings covering 50% of the back of all packages. This means 25% of the overall package space is appropriated to health warnings. A set of 11 health warnings are rotated on cigarette packages.

Peru adopted a law in 2010 that requires picture-based health warnings to appear on 50% of the front, and 50% of the back of packages, with warning content to be specified. Specifications have not yet been finalized.

Legislation and Regulations

Peru’s Legislation Library

Health Warnings

2009 to Present**

Peru 2008 Addiction - highly addictive, clever
Addiction
Peru
2009
Peru 2008 Constituents - skull, carbon monoxide, tar
Chemicals
Peru
2009
Peru 2008 ETS Baby - abortion, fetus
ETS – Baby
Peru
2009

Peru 2008 ETS Baby - targets pregnant women
ETS – Baby
Peru
2009
Peru 2008 ETS Child - lived experience, causes asthma
ETS – Child
Peru
2009

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