New labelling system announced for Spain
Starting next year, Spaniards will be able to make better choices when they select their food due to the NutriScore labelling system. The system will be implemented in the first quarter of 2021, according to the Minister of Consumer Affairs, Alberto Garzon, quoted by Carnica magazine.
The system already works in France, while Germany and Belgium announced the European Commission about their intention to implement it as well.
As a front labelling system, NutriScore will offer complete information about the nutritional values of the products, including meat. The choice of this labelling system is due to the fact that it has more support from scientists and nutrition specialists, from consumer associations and, in addition, it is more intuitive for the consumer. Likewise, a large part of the food sector has already announced its intention to join.
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