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# Labelling

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Woman sues Kellogg for $5m, claiming there aren't enough strawberries in strawberry Pop-Tarts
New laws are coming in to cut 'food fraud' and prevent another horsemeat scandal
Could your bottle of beer soon carry scary, cigarette-style warning labels?
Smithwick's will be the first Irish beer to reveal its calories
Food labels in Ireland need to be transparent and readable for consumers
Ross Golden-Bannon
Company which made asylum-seekers wear wristbands compared to Nazis
Curious about where your meat comes from? Wonder no more
Is Guinness good for you? Look at the label
Calorie labelling on alcohol could soon be mandatory
Have food allergies? Life's going to get a little easier for you next month
Shops could STILL be codding customers with mislabelled fish
Drinks industry calls for pregnancy warning labels
Baby pics to be banned from infant food packaging
Column: US alcohol companies are proposing nutrition labels for booze, should we follow suit?
Molly Garboden
Horsemeat scandal to play 'significant role' in Irish food business growth
UPDATE: Horsemeat containing harmful drug ‘entered food chain’ in France
Figures show scale of non-compliance with food labelling and traceability
What do the new EU food information rules mean for consumers?
Sample DNA testing of pigmeat begins
Column: ‘People speak to me like I’m ET’ – why social labelling is a problem
Adam Harris
'Incorrect and inconsistent': Food businesses criticised over allergen controls
Column: Feeling unhealthy? It could be what you’re eating…
Emma Murphy