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A new study shows food labels could have potential health and cost saving benefits

A new study shows food labels could have potential health and cost saving benefits.

Researchers at Tufts University say labels requiring all packaged food and drinks to list all added sugars could prevent 354-thousand new cases of heart disease over the next 20-years.

Those researchers also predict 600-thousand fewer cases of type-two diabetes.

Fewer diseases could save 31-billion dollars in healthcare costs.

Shannon Rousseau

Shannon Rousseau

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