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Government Of Scotland Helps Small Food Makers Reduce Salt, Sugar, Fat In Products

October 8, 2012: 12:00 AM EST
The Scottish government has created a two-year £172,000 (US$278,200) reformulation program to help smaller food manufacturers comply with the Obesity Route Map, which lays out the steps to be taken by the government and the food industry to address the increasing prevalence of obesity in Scotland. With the government aid, small and medium-size food manufacturers will be able to “tweak recipes” – to reduce salt, sugar and fats – “ in line with changing consumer tastes and requirements and the availability of new food preparation techniques and technologies.”
Laurence Gibbons , "Scottish scheme helps cut salt, fat and sugar", Food Manufacture, October 08, 2012, © William Reed Business Media
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