Experts sweet on labelling crackdown on sugar claims

By Liv Casben
Updated December 4 2023 - 6:05pm, first published 6:01pm
The changes to food labelling are a win for consumers, the Food for Health Alliance says. (Lukas Coch/AAP PHOTOS)
The changes to food labelling are a win for consumers, the Food for Health Alliance says. (Lukas Coch/AAP PHOTOS)

A shake-up on how packaged foods and beverages are labelled will mean products high in sugars can no longer carry 'no added sugar' claims, although consumers won't see the changes for some time.

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