By 2020, the sugar and calorie content of non-alcoholic beverages in Hungary will decrease. Domestic food-producing companies - the first among the Hungarian food-producing industries - have made sugar reduction commitments.The sugar content of the yeasts has decreased upwardsAccording to the announcement made today by the Hungarian Book, Fruit and Candy Federation, non-alcoholic beverages are sugar and calorie content will be 50 percentage points lower than 2010 values by the end of 2020.The first Hungarian sugar reduction companies have announced the first sugar reduction companies in the Hungarian food industry. As a result, companies in the sector further reduce their non-alcoholic beverages (carbonated drinks, fruit juices, nectars, beverages and iced teas) by their average sugar and calorie content. All of this is rebuilt by rebuilding their products, introducing new, innovative products, and increasing the price of small packaged products, and also extends their low calorie supply.
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- Between 2010 and 2017, the average sugar and calorie content of the products per 100 milliliters decreased by 40 percent,
- Between 2010 and 2017, the ratio of reduced calorie and non-calorie products increased from 23 per cent to 55 per cent of total production.
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