• Traffic light for fat was amber for O’Yes – this means eat occasionally (neutral). For all the other brands, it was red – this means eat sparingly (undesirable). • Traffic light for sugar was amber for O’Yes – this means eat occasionally. For all other brands, it was green – this means one may eat them often (desirable). • While declaration of sodium or salt on food products label is not mandatory as per Indian law, sodium was declared by Kurkure, Chulbule, O’Yes, Chatax and Fun Stix. This is a good, consumer-friendly practice on the part of these brands. • Traffic light for salt was red for Kurkure, Chulbule, O’Yes, Chatax and FUN Stix – this means eat sparingly. Traffic light interpretation for salt could not be done for the other brands as they had not declared sodium/salt on their labels. • Consumption of 100 grams of Fun Stix means that 58 per cent of one’s daily requirement of salt has been met.