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Group wants enzyme labelling on packaged bread


April 30, 2009
By Food & Drink Europe

NEWS HIGHLIGHT

Group wants enzyme labelling on packaged bread
A food pressure group in the United Kingdom is urging
consumers to place stickers on plant produced bread in a move to
highlight the unlabelled processing aids used in breads formulated by "big bakers."

April 30, 2009 – A food pressure group in the United Kingdom is urging
consumers to place stickers on plant produced bread in a move to
highlight the unlabelled processing aids used in breads formulated by "big bakers."

As part of Sustain's Real Bread Campaign, the organisation has
created "warning stickers" that consumers can place on packaged bread.

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“The food regulators, like the financial ones, have been asleep on
the job, allowing big bakers to adulterate our bread with cocktails of
undeclared enzymes,” said Andrew Whitley, an artisan baker and co-founder of the Real Bread Campaign. | READ MORE