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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

Health Warnings

2009 to 2011**

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

** The images contained in this gallery are subject to Peruvian 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.