9th March 2021 By Staff Reporter | email@example.com | @foodtickernz
The number of products displaying the Health Star Rating labels continued to climb in the last quarter of 2020, despite the continuing business uncertainty caused by Covid-19, according to the Food & Grocery Council.
There were 5500 products with the labels as at 31 December. Of those, 2894 were branded products made by FGC member companies, an increase of 107 compared to the 2787 recorded by the end of September.
The remaining 2606 products were supermarket home brands and those of non-FGC members.
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