Food labelling

5-C NutriScore to be France's official nutrition label

5-C NutriScore to be France's official nutrition label

The five-colour NutriScore is the most effective nutrition label in promoting healthier food choices and will be adopted as the official (but voluntary) label in France, the health minister has said. 

Europeans were deceived by products containing undeclared horse meat in 2013 © iStock/Richard Pinder

Protecting consumers from deception: EU Parliament backs tough food inspection regulations

Understanding demographic differences in low-content claim purchases and whether these claims are associated with improved nutritional quality of purchases could help inform future policies or programs. ©iStock

‘Low-content’ food labels are ‘misleading’ for consumers, US study claims

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Natural flavours and colours can reassure health-conscious parents

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French soy juice manufacturers launch voluntary quality standard

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Six industry giants to launch UK-style traffic light labels in Europe

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Fairtrade back in growth as foundation launches new marketing strategy

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EU lawmakers to discuss companies selling poorer quality food in Eastern Europe

Will the food industry using free-range eggs crack under the strain of EU marketing regulations? Pic: ©iStock/renzzo

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Knorr powdered soup with meatballs and noodles has almost twice as many meatballs in Austria than it does in neighbouring Hungary. © iStock

Hungary and Slovakia cry foul over multinational product differences

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