EU: New ‘healthy’ labelling legislation passed
Under a compromise agreed by the European Parliament and the EU Council of Ministers food producers will be allowed to make promotional claims in respect of fat, sugar or salt provided that the other two ingredients comply with EU regulation or if the label states the product has a "high content" of them.
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