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One third of Australian children have tooth decay by the age of six.
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Food ratings systems don't distinguish between naturally occurring sugars and those added in.
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“Creamy” just means “high in fat”.
There's more to food labelling than ingredients.
What it means, the health benefits and all about that sneaky labelling.
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Beware of claims like "no added sugar" or "all natural".
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Mars Food plans to tell customers to eat some of its Dolmio pasta sauces and macaroni cheese only once a week to maintain a balanced diet because of the products’ high levels of salt, sugar or fat. Th...
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In February 2014, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) unveiled plans to overhaul the Nutrition Facts panel required on packaged foods in the U.S. Among the proposed updates, FDA plans to revise the...
Walk through a supermarket and you’ll see these health buzzwords plastered across food packaging -- organic, antioxidants, all natural, wholegrain, gluten free, sugar free. They are on chips, lollies,...