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Welsh government launches consultation on mandatory calorie labelling in restaurants

23 June 2022 by

The Welsh government is proposing to introduce mandatory calorie labelling in restaurants, cafes and pubs.

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Scotland launches consultation on calorie labelling

11 April 2022 by

The Scottish government has launched a consultation on plans to add the number of calories to menus in the out of home food sector including cafes, restaurants and takeaways.

Large hospitality businesses to face pre-9pm junk food advertising ban News

Large hospitality businesses to face pre-9pm junk food advertising ban

24 June 2021 by

Large hospitality businesses will be banned from advertising junk food before 9pm under government plans to[...]

Calorie labelling to be mandatory for large hospitality businesses from 2022 News

Calorie labelling to be mandatory for large hospitality businesses from 2022

13 May 2021 by

Large hospitality businesses will be required to display calorie information on menus and food labels from[...]

Government to consult on mandatory calorie labelling of alcohol News

Government to consult on mandatory calorie labelling of alcohol

14 April 2021 by

The government has confirmed it is planning a consultation on introducing mandatory calorie labelling on alcoholic[...]

UKHospitality hits back at new calorie and salt reduction targets News

UKHospitality hits back at new calorie and salt reduction targets

07 September 2020 by

UKHospitality has hit back after Public Health England set out new calorie and salt reduction targets[...]

Calorie labelling to be mandatory under new law described as a ‘slap in the face’ for hospitality News

Calorie labelling to be mandatory under new law described as a ‘slap in the face’ for hospitality

27 July 2020

Listing calories on menus will be mandatory for restaurant, café and takeaway businesses with more than 250 employees under new laws being drawn up by government, in a move that UKHospitality has said “could not come at a worse time”.

Calorie labelling policy could be revived as PM eyes obesity crackdown News

Calorie labelling policy could be revived as PM eyes obesity crackdown

24 July 2020

A policy to mandate the listing of calories on some restaurant menus could be revived as early as next week, as the prime minister looks set to launch a crackdown on obesity.

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