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Spain’s war on salt, sugar and fat, “an innovation win-win for industry too”

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Historic, pioneering and a win-win for food industry innovation, as well as for the health of future generations, is how the Spanish government sees the agreement it signed this week to reformulate the sugar, salt and fat content of more than 3,500 products by the end of 2020, and to improve access to healthier food options.


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