Health and Nutrition

Health & Wellbeing at Mars

We are proud of all the products we produce, from snacks and chewing gum to family meals and pet food. We strive to make products that not only taste great, but that people feel confident about eating and feeding to their families and pets.

By realizing our potential to help people and their pets lead healthier lives, we can stay true to our Five Principles and create mutual benefits for our business and our consumers.

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Pretzel M&M's packet with GDA label

Helping People Choose

Mars offers a wide choice of food products for a broad variety of consumers. We help people make informed choices for themselves, their families and their pets, through clear nutritional labeling and responsible marketing practices.

Uncle Ben's Express Basmati Rice pack shot

Improving Our Products

We are committed to improving and expanding our product offerings without compromising taste, convenience or availability.

Two women scentists work in Mars lab in Makassar

Nutrition and Science

Our health and nutrition approach extends beyond product portfolio. We invest in research and development to encourage scientific discovery in the areas of health and nutrition.

Department of Health Minister speaks at launch of Mars UK Health and Wellbeing Local Business Partnership

Developing Partnerships

We promote the health and wellbeing of the communities in which we operate through local, national and global partnerships.

Department of Health Minister speaks at launch of Mars UK Health and Wellbeing Local Business Partnership

Health & Wellbeing With Mars Food

Learn about Mars Food efforts, and see the benefits of their core purpose: Better Food Today, A Better World Tomorrow.

Pretzel M&M's packet with GDA label

The Power of Shared Meals

Mars Food is inspiring others to take time out of their busy lives to cook and eat together for better health.

NOTE: Mars has implemented GDA nutritional labeling on most of the chocolate and confectionery portfolio globally in 2013, and continued to roll out GDA labeling across the entire food portfolio in 2014. Please note the following exceptions:

*Some confectionery are exempt from GDA labeling because they contribute a negligible amount of nutrients (per serving) to the diet. This target also excludes gift/promotional items.

** This target excludes herbs, spices and condiment packs that are too small to label with GDA information, as well as Mars Foodservice products.

*** Where possible given regulatory and food safety requirements.

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