UPI reports that a new study shows that when companies offer consumers more information about added sugar in food products, consumers make healthier choices. The study found that the information could reduce the number of heart disease and diabetes diagnoses by hundreds of thousands. Renata Micha, a researcher at Tufts University and study author, said in a news release; "the added sugar label is an important policy step toward reducing consumption of foods and beverages with high added sugar contents, improving health and lowering healthcare spending".

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