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According to the Netherlands Institute for Alcohol Policy (STAP), there are an estimated 70,000 places in the Netherlands where alcohol is sold or served legally? This concerns more than 18,000 stores, 6,000 online points of sale, 30,000 commercial catering companies and almost 16,000 canteens. In addition, it is estimated that at more than 26,000 events each year, low-alcohol drinks are served with a so-called Article 35 exemption (= event exemption for a maximum of 12 days).

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but 25% of all alcohol consumed in the Netherlands was bought in the catering industry? The rest is bought in retail, especially in the supermarket.

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the 2019 Sentinel Station Survey* shows that 13% among pupils in groups 7 and 8 of primary education has ever drunk alcoholic beverages?

*The Trimbos Institute has surveyed every four years since the mid-eighties to what extent pupils in grades 7 and 8 of primary and regular secondary education have experience with alcohol, tobacco, drugs and gambling. This is done through the national Sentinel Station Survey for schoolchildren, also known as PEIL for short. The results are published in the Youth and Risky Behavior report.

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the same Dutch Sentinel Station study shows that 47% of secondary school students aged 12 to 16 has ever drunk alcohol?

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the research that EenVandaag conducted in 2018 among 2,500 parents of 16- and 17-year-old children showed that 56% of these parents allow their child to drink alcohol before the age of 18? 17% even allow their children to drink alcohol in public areas (which is prohibited).

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the higher the income the Dutch have, the greater the chance that they use alcohol?

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do all countries in the European Union have drinking age limits? The most common limit is 18 years, both for retail sales and for catering. Only in Lithuania do they have a higher drinking age limit, namely that of 20 years.

Source: step.nl

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