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Thank you for joining us over the last three Weeks where we’ve looked at what food labels are, the information they hold, what they don’t tell you, how to interpret them and how to use them to select food that reflects your values. We finished by outlining the steps that consumer organisations are lobbying governments to take in order to make labelling more effective and useful.

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