EU: Survey of MEPs provides food for thought on diet and health
Members of the European Parliament 1 agree that consumers should have the right to choose foods that are enriched with vitamins and minerals despite restrictions placed on food fortification in many of their respective countries. Conducted on behalf of US cereals giant Kellogg, a news survey carried out by investigated the attitudes of Members of the European Parliament regarding diet and health, including the addition of vitamins and minerals to foods. In addition, MEPs were questioned about their own diet and lifestyle patterns, including their breakfast habits.
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