‘No added sugar’ rule is a good step, but the job’s not done

Australia’s food regulators must develop a comprehensive definition for added sugars in processed foods to enable consumers to make healthy choices, according to new research from The George Institute for Global Health, published today (Jan. 24) in Current Developments in Nutrition.

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