Traffic light system could harm industry, NFU warns

Watts, Andrew
September 2006
Farmers Weekly;9/29/2006, Vol. 145 Issue 13, p30
Trade Publication
The article reports on the warning of the National Farmers Union that the traffic light system for labeling food could affect the farming industry in Great Britain. The British Food Standards Agency is committed to promoting the traffic light system, which it says meets consumer preferences for a simple and easy-to-understand labeling regime.


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