AUSTRALIA: Plans unveiled to remove sugar from the compulsory ingredients list
Food with different labels will still taste as sweet; following concern from food manufacturers and some consumer groups that the implementation of new labelling laws will cause a huge financial burden, the Australia-New Zealand Food Authority has announced its intention to review the label proposals in preparation for a debate by health ministers in December. The concessionary plans to remove sugar from the list of ingredients required on the new nutrition labels have also sparked their fair share of criticism, however.The debate was bought into the spotlight recently when
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