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Ads that promote or reference alcohol must comply with all applicable local laws, required or established industry codes, guidelines, licenses and approvals, and include age and country targeting criteria consistent with Meta's targeting requirements and applicable local laws. Note that our policies prohibit ads promoting or referencing alcohol in some countries, based on local law.
Advertisers must follow all applicable laws, including targeting their ads in accordance with legal requirements. At a minimum, ads may not be targeted to people under 18 years of age.
Advertisers can run ads that promote alcohol as long as they:
Ads that promote alcohol include:
As global alcohol laws vary, advertisers need to make sure they comply with all applicable targeting requirements. Some countries don’t allow the sale or promotion of alcohol, while others have minimum drinking ages.
Advertisers can’t run alcohol ads in the following countries or regions:
Advertisers can run alcohol ads in the following countries, subject to age restrictions:
Advertisers can run ads that promote: