Reference Intakes, also abbreviated to RIs, are guidelines that indicate how many calories and how much sugar, fat, saturated fat and salt you should consume each day (they were previously known as Guideline Daily Amounts). Because everyone's body and lifestyle is different, Ri’s should be used as a guide only.
Did you know? All of our drinks have front of pack colour-coded nutrition labels showing how many calories and how much sugar, fat, saturated fat and salt are in each serving as a percentage of RI.
Find out why we’ve adopted the Department of Health’s voluntary front-of-pack labelling scheme
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