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  • Added sugar labelling in Australia and New Zealand Foods and drinks can contain both ‘naturally occurring’ and ‘added’ sugars. Excess consumption of added sugars is associated with dental caries,…
    26/5/2022 -
    Policy and Practice Reports
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    475,334,880
  • Woolworths is still winning the supermarket war when it comes to the healthiest home brands, but Coles has the most products showing the familiar ‘Aussie made’ kangaroo logo according to the…
    02/12/2021 -
    Media release
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    30.707329
  • Added sugars are a major contributor to unhealthy diets. Over half of Australians exceed recommended sugar intakes, increasing obesity, type 2 diabetes, and tooth decay. Food labels currently show…
    12/11/2019 -
    Policy and Practice Reports
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    224,889,568
  • Submission to public consultation: Labelling of sugars on packaged foods and drinks The George Institute supports improvements to the labeling of sugars on packaged foods and drinks to enable…
    03/10/2018 -
    Policy and Practice Reports
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    2,329,623,550
  • Improved added sugar labelling across all packaged foods would help guide Australians to healthier food choices, according to The George Institute for Global Health. The George Institute today…
    11/7/2018 -
    Media release
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    249,646,272
  • A new study by The George Institute for Global Health has revealed around 70 per cent of packaged foods contain added sugar. The findings published in Nutrients highlight the need for added sugar…
    25/7/2017 -
    Media release
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    250,651,040
  • About FoodSwitch About Planetary Health Rating About ecoSwitch About Added Sugar Estimates Download the FoodSwitch State of the Food Supply Report 2023 FAQs FoodSwitch The purpose of FoodSwitch is…
    13/4/2013 -
    Project
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    228,698,864