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NZ: Pineapple lumps and the Public Health Bill

Pineapple Lump ban next – business weighs into food debate

The NZ Herald reports on arguments brought up during hearings on the Public Health Bill.

FOE’s Dr Robyn Toomath believes that it is essential the Government has the ability to regulate in case voluntary self-regulation by food manufacturers doesn’t work.

Food industry groups oppose regulation-making powers in the Bill.

Read more: NZ Herald, 24 April 2008

Published on April 29, 2008 in New Zealand news,Public Health Bill