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The injuries sustained were life changing and could have been even more serious. It entered into effect on January 24, [18] and defines "General specifications for labelling foods and pre-bottled non-alcoholic beverages. The health implications of cooked breakfasts and patisserie items are fairly obvious. Paragraph 22 1 b enables the making of provision which corresponds or is similar to any provision made, or capable of being made, under section 2 2 of the European Communities Act in connection with an EU obligation relating to protecting or improving the environment. As of October , the only micronutrients that are required to be included on all labels are vitamin A, vitamin C, calcium, and iron.

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It said sugar levels were still at "whopping" levels in some cereals, including Kellogg's Frosties and Crunchy Nut Cornflakes which contain 37g and 35g of sugar per g serving - the same as Burton's Wagon Wheels. Nestle Oats and More Almond cereal contains 25g of sugar per g, or more than two teaspoons of sugar per recommended 40g portion, whilst the ingredients listed six separate forms of added sugar, including glucose syrup and honey.

Some manufacturers, such as Dorset Cereals, have reduced the recommended portion sizes for their mueslis, making it appear that sugar content is shrinking. Nestle includes the nutritional impact of adding milk to its cereal in its labelling.

Despite the guidance being cut to 30g in , Which? Many supermarket products have voluntarily adopted the traffic light system, which labels foods green, amber or red, to help consumers easily identify products that have low, medium or high levels of salt, fat and sugar. But despite its popularity with healthy-eating advocates, this traffic light system has not been adopted by some big manufacturers including Kelloggs.

Nestle said it used traffic light labelling on products including cereals and gave a figure for the total sugar content.

Image copyright Getty Images It is not easy to eat healthily, but doing so is being made even harder by "misleading" food labels, according to Which?. Under EU rules it is only voluntary, so some manufacturers do not do so. Related Topics Food Sugar.

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