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Danish government launches dietary strategy to improve citizen health

Measures include the establishment of a new national forum for “food, meals and health”.

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The Danish government has launched a strategy to help improve the dietary habits and health of the Danes. This is seen as a necessity in a country in which every fifth child between 9 and 16 years of age is overweight.


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