June 1, 1991. The grocery industry reacted with mixed feelings this week to Labour party proposals aimed at making the UK a healthier nation. The tobacco and drinks trade attacked the ideas as "ill thought out, vote gathering tactics" in advance of the election. The 30-point plan ­ which is called The Better Way to a Healthier Britain ­ singles out drink and tobacco and proposes a Food Standards Agency for hygiene inspections. There is a further Labour proposal to label all food with indicators showing the amounts of salt, sugar and fat. {{COUNTERPOINT }}