Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Study finds shortcomings in Canadian regulations governing use of sugar claims

Prepackaged food and beverages labelled with claims such as 'no added sugar' or 'reduced in sugar' can have lower sugar levels than products without sugar claims, but may not have notable reductions in calories and some can contain amounts of sugar considered in 'excess' by the World Health Organization. This is the conclusion of a recent Canadian study, report scientists.