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Evidence review of public attitudes towards, and use of, general food labelling
Project Code: X06001
This research reviews the available research and evaluates people’s understanding and use of general food labelling. General food labelling refers to the labels on food products other than nutritional content, some of which are mandatory (e.g. name of the food, date mark, storage instructions, weight, ingredients list, quantity of ingredients, name and address of manufacturer) and some that are voluntary (e.g. quality assurance schemes, logos, animal welfare information, marketing claims/information, brand information, method of slaughter, production methods).
The Executive Summary and Review can be found at: http://www.food.gov.uk/science/socsci/ssres/labelss/foodlabreview
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