A new food-labeling law went into effect on Monday in Chile to reduce obesity among children and young adults. According to the new regulation, foods with caloric additives such as fats and sugar will need to have a special description.
For years, Kinder Egg fans have been held at the border for hours threatened with fines between $300 (268 euros) and $2,500 for confiscated contraband candy. That'll soon all change, as Arlene Chang reports.
The South American country introduced one of the strictest food labeling laws in the world and the chocolate egg landed on the chopping block. Chile isn't the only country where the kid-targeted candy is prohibited.
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