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What do the colour-coded nutritional values on the front of your packs mean?

To help consumers choose food that can be enjoyed as part of a healthy, balanced diet, the Department of Health recommends that food brands use a colour code system on the front of their packs. This system clearly displays the product’s fat, saturated fat, salt and sugar content. Green stands for a low content per 100g, amber is medium and red is high.

We were the first food brand to use front-of-pack colour coded nutritional labelling on our products.

For more information on colour-coded nutritional labelling click here.