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UK government proposes mandatory calorie labelling in cafes and restaurants

Pubs and takeaway venues would also have to comply with any new rules

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The UK government has today (September 14th) launched a consultation on a proposal to make calorie labelling compulsory in the so-called “out-of-home” sector.

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