Supermarkets forced to put kilojoule labels on ready-to-eat meals

 In Australia, NewZealand

Doughnuts, custard tarts, hot chickens and other ready-to-eat supermarket meals will now come with a label displaying their kilojoule content in the hope consumers will think twice before indulging.
NSW Premier Barry O’Farrell launched the mandatory labelling on Tuesday morning as part of the government’s 8700 kilojoule campaign, aimed at providing consumers with more information about what they eat.  Sydeny Morning Herald – Read more…

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