War on sugar: Graded labels on high-sugar packaged drinks, advertising ban to be rolled out

War on sugar: Graded labels on packaged drinks with higher sugar content, advertising ban to come

10.10.2019

War on sugar: Graded labels on packaged drinks with higher sugar content, advertising ban to come

SINGAPORE — Sometime in the next few years, pre-packaged sugar-sweetened drinks that are deemed “less healthy”, including certain sodas, juices and teas, will come with colour-coded labels to give consumers a quick indication how much sugar they contain.

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War on sugar: Graded labels on high-sugar packaged drinks, advertising ban to be rolled outSINGAPORE — Sometime in the next few years, pre-packaged sugar-sweetened drinks that are deemed “less healthy”, including certain sodas, juices and teas, will come with colour-coded labels to give consumers a quick indication how much sugar they contain.

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