Misleading health claims? Some food labels are uncorrelated with actual nutritional quality, research finds

Focus group had a more positive attitude toward claims that are based on the presence of something “good”, compared to claims touting the absence of something “bad”

Related Articles

FormattedPicture

PACKAGING & TECHNOLOGY NEWS

10 Oct 2019 --- Nestlé and flexible packaging supplier Emsur Argentina have raised the sustainability bar in the Chilean yogurt market with the introduction of a removable... Read More

FormattedPicture

PACKAGING & TECHNOLOGY NEWS

18 Sep 2019 --- The best before date on some of Unilever’s products under the Knorr and Hellmann’s brands will now be followed by the Danish phrase for “often... Read More

FormattedPicture

PACKAGING & TECHNOLOGY NEWS

13 Aug 2019 --- The diversification of the food and beverage industry is increasingly presenting labeling challenges to companies active in the space. These range from knowing how... Read More

FormattedPicture

PACKAGING & TECHNOLOGY NEWS

25 Jul 2019 --- MULTIVAC is set to showcase its new X-line machine generation at FachPack 2019 in Nuremberg, Germany, on 24-26 September. The X-line exhibits will include the RX... Read More

FormattedPicture

PACKAGING & TECHNOLOGY NEWS

10 May 2019 --- The Food Standards Agency (FSA) has advised that increased allergen information should be provided on prepackaged direct sale food. The FSA advice endorsing full... Read More

trans