Mexico: Implementation of the New Mexican Regulation for Front-of-Package Nutrition Label

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This report intends to inform U.S. processed foods and non-alcoholic beverage companies interested in the Mexican market about the new mandatory interpretative front-of-package nutrition label (FOPNL) modifications that will be implemented in three stages starting on October 1, 2020. Modifications to processed product labels include warning signs regarding nutritional content that could affect certain health conditions among the population, cautionary legends, and the prohibition of characters, graphics, or pictures intended to promote consumption among children.

Mexico: Implementation of the New Mexican Regulation for Front-of-Package Nutrition Label

 

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