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Germany’s nutrition strategy kicks off, amid criticism for its voluntary approach

The “National Reduction and Innovation Strategy for Sugar, Fat and Salt in Processed Products” formally gets going this month.

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A strategy to tackle diet-related illnesses and reduce obesity, particularly in children and young people, officially kicked off in Germany at the beginning of this month.


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