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Mothers Gives ‘thumbs Up’ for Traffic Light Labelig

...s for high fat content, green for low in sugar and amber for medium in salt, etc. Cathy Court, a director...n foods which are predominantly green or green and amber and you can cut down on foods which are marked red”, she avers. In defense, Tesco argued that whi...

Micro-world of Prehistoric Bacteria Found in Amber

...ave been found trapped in amber. But soft bodied amber specimens older than 135 million years are very ra...lusions had been found dating back this far. The amber in question was discovered near the town of Cortina d'Ampezzo in the Italian Dolomites. Thousands of...

Three Scottish Hospitals Fail To Meet Cleanliness Standards: NHS

...als failing to meet even 70% of the set standards, amber for hospitals in the 70% and 90% range and green for above 90%. In case of ERI, the rate was 84.1%, while Raigmore scored 83.1% and the Royal Alexandra had a rate of 84.4%. The BBC reports that other leading hospitals in Scotland had the following ...

Watch Out for the Sugar and Salt Content of the Popular Breakfast Cereals

...e colour-coding standards put forth by FSA of red, amber and green labels on front of the packs so that it would be easier for shoppers to pick out healthier products even though the cereal manufacturers are against this labelling scheme. ...

Are Cereals A Health Hazard?

...ealthier choices. The system relies on color (red, amber and green) coded logos on the packs, to identify a product based on its fat, sugar and salt content. Eighty eight percent of the children’s cereals were high in sugar, thirteen per cent in salt and ten per cent in saturated fat. Quaker Oatso Simpl...

Nutritional Labels are the order of the day!

...innovative system. The FSA had backed the green, amber and red labels which would have used colour to depict how healthy foods are at a glance. Taking this matter seriously the FSA held a consulation meeting and it is due to give its decision on what it will recommend manufacturers do regarding labelli...

Heriditary dental disorders

...n 6,000 newborns, is characterized by blue-gray or amber brown opaque teeth. The teeth have narrow roots, are frail and fracture easily. In dentin dysplasia, tooth color can be normal, or slightly bluish or brownish and opaque. The teeth are shorter and more pointed than normal teeth, and may become loose ...

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