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Canada unveils four options for mandatory front-of-package labels

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As Canada moves forward with plans for mandatory front-of-package (FOP) labels, Canadian officials have called upon consumers to help them select one of four potential FOP label designs to indicate whether a certain food item contains too much sugar, salt or fat.

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