Denmark rejects Kellogg's vitamin-fortified cereals

08/12/2004 | FoodNavigator · EUbusiness

Kellogg has been blocked from selling some vitamin-fortified cereals in Denmark because a government food agency there says levels of vitamins and minerals in the products could be unsafe for some consumers. Danish authorities say nutrient intake is already sufficient in most Danes, but a Kellogg representative says, "There is clearly no health risk and independent nutritionists support us on this."

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