Denmark Bans Vitamin-Fortified Marmite Food Spread

June 3, 2011

Danish law restricts the sale of products fortified with added vitamins unless they are approved by Danish food authorities.

Marmite, a popular food spread marketed in Europe, could be banned in Denmark because Danish law restricts the sale of products fortified with added vitamins unless they are approved by Danish food authorities. Marmite allegedly has not applied for such approval.

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