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Brand bosses have been urged to help get British products back on shelf in Denmark following the ban on the sale of fortified foods such as Marmite without a licence. Danish retailers have been told they cannot sell products including...
Danish authorities insist the country has not banned Marmite, contrary to UK press reports. The famously divisive spread was reported to have been the victim of a ban on food products containing added vitamins.
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