Candy makers put snacks on a diet

(WTNH) — Some of the biggest candy makers are putting their snacks on a diet.

Mars, Nestle, and the companies that make Brachs, Nutella and Russell Stover have announced a partnership.

They plan to package their candies in smaller portions and label them more clearly.

Mars said they will spend $200 million to make sure half of the products they sell has no more than 200 calories by 2022.

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