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07 July 2011

Food to keep Europe healthy

A groundbreaking deal on compulsory new food labelling is set to give Europeans information on the nutritional and energy content of products, as well as their country of origin.

A groundbreaking deal on compulsory new food labelling is set to give Europeans clear information on the nutritional and energy content of products, as well as their country of origin.

With a minimum font size of 1.2 mm, the labels will be easy to read, and 14 recognised allergens will be highlighted in bold on all lists of ingredients.

 
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