Government ministers Sarah Courtney and Jeremy Rockliff will be part of a ministerial forum on Friday to vote on a new alcohol warning labelling system.
The Australia and New Zealand Ministerial Forum on Food Regulation, made up of members from state and national levels, will make a decision on a red, white and black pregnancy health warning label.
Alcohol Tobacco and other Drugs Council chief executive Alison Lai said label had been found to be most effective in alerting people to the risks associated with alcohol use and pregnancy.
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Foundation for Alcohol Research and Education chief executive Caterina Giorgi said a warning label with red, white and black colouring could be understood by any Australian regardless of their literacy level or cultural background.
She said the wording "health warning" was found to be more effective than "pregnancy warning".
A government spokesperson said the government looked forward to the discussion on alcohol labelling on Friday.
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