ADOPTED: In 2013, Chile published a law which stated foods that “have in their nutritional composition high levels of calories, fat, sugar, salt or other ingredients” should be labelled ‘high in calories’, ‘high in salt’, etc., or carry similar denominations. In June 2016, Chile implemented a new food labelling law ordering ‘stop sign’ labels to be placed on food that is high in sugar, calories, sodium or saturated fat as well as banning the sale of these products in schools.