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Good Food Logo launched in Zambia

On 15th October 2020 in Lusaka, Zambia’s Vice-President Inonge Wina launched the Good Food Logo of Zambia. The Goo...

Choices calls for extension of school food standards

During the Annual Scientific Conference of the Nigerian Society of Nutrition in Kaduna, 15- 19 November, Choices present...

The Art of Food Classification

As many nutrient profiling methods are based on food group-specific cut-off values for nutrients, the question is releva...

Periodic Revisions of the International Choices Criteria: Process and Results

We are pleased and proud to share that we recently published a scientific paper describing the methodology of the period...

Choices re-launch webinar report

On 21st July we informed our network that Choices had completed its strategic revision, by way of the Choices re-la...

Choices Re-launch Webinar

You may have noticed that Choices is not quite the organization it was before. You are correct; there have been man...

Nutrition policies in Kenya

Choices international has recently issued the report “The translation of international recommendations on the doub...

Double burden actions in middle income countries

Choices International concluded the series of research on the double burden of malnutrition with a comparative analysis ...

Distribution of Nutri-scores in product groups

In a recent study by Charlotte Van Tongeren, the applicability of Nutri-score has been investigated in the context ...

Choices International criteria adapted slightly

At the beginning of 2019, the current Choices International Criteria Version 2019 have been publishe...

Recurring criteria revisions can steer product composition

A recent study, published in Food Chemistry, showed that in the Choices program in The Netherlands, criteria revisions h...

New research report: The Double Burden of Malnutrition in Zambia and Indonesia

Choices has finalized a new report titled “The double burden of malnutrition in Zambia and Indonesia: How are nati...

Achieving Global Nutrition Targets: Latest updates

The Global Nutrition Report's Country Nutrition Profiles brings together the latest data on child, adolesc...

1 in 3 children undernourished or overweight

Worldwide, 200 million children under the age of 5 (almost 1 in 3) are suffering the consequences of poor diets, accordi...

Asian Experience With Positive Front of Pack Labeling

The four countries in East Asia that have implemented a national positive logo (Singapore, Thailand, Malaysia, Brunei) a...

Is India ready to reformulate its food products?

India carries 40% of the world diabetes burden, one third of its child population is undernourished and half of Indian w...

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