Brazil: Brazil Approves New Regulations for Food Labeling

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The National Agency of Sanitary Surveillance (ANVISA) published new regulations on nutrition labeling of packaged food products. The most critical change refers to alerts for high levels of sugar, saturated fat, and sodium, which now must be included on the front panel of food and beverage products. The new model does not include warnings for non-caloric sweeteners. The new regulation will go into effect 24 months after its publication.

Brazil: Brazil Approves New Regulations for Food Labeling

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