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NZ: ‘Traffic lights’ on food labels proposed

Canterbury DHB’s submission to the food labelling review calls for a traffic-light label on food indicating how often it should be eaten.

“Green would identify the food as healthy and therefore should be eaten often, amber as less healthy so eaten sometimes and red the least healthy so eaten only occasionally.”

Read the article in The Press/Stuff, 16 June 2010

Published on June 16, 2010 in New Zealand news,Traffic light labels