Why don't all foods in France have nutrition scores?

I have seen a nutritional label on certain supermarket foods but not all. It is useful, but why do some foods have it and others not?

The Nutri-score system, meant to show you at a glance how healthy and nutritious a food is, was adopted by the Health Ministry in 2017 and offers colour and alphabet-graded coding for food, with green and A for foods judged to be the most healthy and red and E for ...

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