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Scott LaHart

Scott LaHart is a freelance journalist who specialising in food regulatory analysis for the Nordic countries for IEG Policy.

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Norwegian sugar tax boosts Swedish border alcohol sales

Never before have Sweden’s Systembolaget border alcohol stores sold as many alcoholic drinks as they do now, with sales up by 8.9% over last year and Norway’s sugar tax thought to be the main cause.

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Norway sends out warning about dietary supplements purchased online

The Norwegian Food Safety Authority and the Norwegian Customs Service has carried out a test of 70 supplements online and found some of them to contain ingredients hazardous to health.

 

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Swedish regulator asks industry to reduce salt in ready-made meals

The Swedish National Food Agency is making a public plea to food producers in the country to reduce the amount of salt included in ready-made meals.

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Swedish Greens want to tax imported meat with high antibiotic levels

The Swedish Green Party has said imported meat should be taxed where a high level of antibiotics is used in breeding the animals.

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Norwegian parliament looks to change power balance in grocery industry

The Norwegian government has been informed of plans for a proposal for an act establishing a fair grocery trade under independent supervision.

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Monster Energy Drink loses logo case at Swedish patent office

The Swedish Patent and Registration Office has turned down Monster Energy Drink’s logo case against the Swedish restaurant Smakbruket.

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