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Response to ‘Front-of-package nutrition labels need to be assessed on their nutrition science rigour’ by Lawrence and Woods

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1. Lawrence, M & Woods, J (2018) Front-of-package nutrition labels need to be assessed on their nutrition science rigour (Letter to the Editor). Public Health Nutr. Published online: 10 May 2018. doi: 10.1017/S1368980018001155.
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