As the European debate over food labelling (FoP for Front of Pack labelling) continues in Brussels, criticism of the Nutri-Score system is growing and it is unwittingly uniting in opposition
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While Nutri-Score is the French government’s candidate for a long-awaited front-of-package (FOP) labelling system that the EU one day hopes to implement across its territory, it is far from the
With Kellogg’s decision to adopt the much-debated Nutri-Score labelling scheme for its cereal products, the already polarising debate in the EU regarding different food labelling schemes is only set to
While Europeans were indulging in New Year celebrations, debate was growing within the new European Commission. France is once again seeking to impose its Nutri-Score system on other member states.
Conflict of interest: The author received no fee nor grant for this commentary. He is personally omnivorous and practices thoracic and cardiovascular surgery. There is, obviously, since the end