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Stress affects womens heart


Publication : Virat Vaibhav

A recent study has found that 74 per cent of packaged food items in India do not display salt and sodium levels on their packets. Though salt and sodium levels are not required to be displayed as per the rules of the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI), it is considered to be a norm internationally. The study has also found that the labelling of nutritional content in 48 per cent of packaged food items is not as per FSSAI rules. The companies found flouting these norms include Britannia, Nestle and PepsiCo India.

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