They’re Not That Grrreat!

“A 2019 policy requires companies that make unhealthy foods to include warning labels on the front of any boxes they sell in Mexico to educate consumers about things like excess sugar and fat. Any food with a warning label — like Kellogg’s Fruit Loops or its Frosted Flakes, which typically contain more than 37 grams of added sugar in a 100-gram serving — is also banned from including a mascot on its packaging.” With this spell the end for Tigre Toño and Sam el Tucán? And are laws like this heading north? Stat: Kellogg’s is going to war over Mexico’s nutrition label rules. A similar fight is coming to the U.S.

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