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New research by Action on Sugar reveals cereal manufacturers are deliberately deceiving shoppers by using poor nutrition labelling

Authors/ source/ publisher
Action on Sugar
Date added to library 08 August 2017
Year published
Leading sugar and health expert group Action on Sugar, based at Queen Mary University of London, is calling for colour-coded ‘traffic light’ front of pack (FOP)1 nutrition labelling to be introduced across ALL food and drink products after exposing many perceived ‘healthy’ cereal brands who have failed to include the Department of Health endorsed colour-coded labelling – despite some products containing high levels of sugar which would equate to a red label.