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Evidence shows Choices Front-of-Pack stamp can positively impact diets

As the debate over food labelling schemes continues, new research presented at the European Congress on Obesity in Amste...

Choices products “reduce fat and sugar” intake

EU Food Law Weekly Friday May 15 2009 Eating a typical diet but with ordinary products substituted by Choices products ...

Choices International Foundation presents first international nutrition benchmark

BANGKOK, 7 October 2009 – During the week of the International Congress of Nutrition (ICN), the Choices Internatio...

Choices participated in European Nutrition & Lifestyle Conference

On 23 and 24 February 2010, the annual European Nutrition & Lifestyle Conference took place in Brussels. The Choices...

Choices presented at Health and Food Days, France

On 16 and 17 June 2010, the 8th edition of the Health and Food Days took place in La Rochelle, France. Choices participa...

Choices featured at a global public health conference in Geneva

In July 2010 close to 1,800 researchers, practitioners and decision-makers from nearly 100 countries were convened in Ge...

Launch Czech Republic

In the summer of 2010, the Czech Choices Foundation was officially established in Prague. The Foundation is an initiativ...

Choices Programme represented in IoM Study

In 2010, the Institute of Medicine (IoM) published a report entitled Examination of Front-of-Package Nutrition Rating Sy...

Overview of results scientific research Choices Programme available

In parallel to the Choices Programme’s development of the past years independent scientific research on the effect...

Choices process evaluation published in peer-reviewed journal

Findings from a new study on the Choices Programme were published in the October 2009 issue of the Journal of Healt...

Research on Potential Impact of Choices on Nutrient intakes published in Nutrition Bulletin

Research indicating that consumers who follow diets based on the Choices criteria could have better nutrient intakes tha...

Choices stamp featured in a study on nutrition labels’ recognition

Researchers in Wageningen University in the Netherlands investigated what attracts consumer attention when it comes to n...

No increased consumption of snacks with the Choices stamp

New research on consumption behaviour around the Choices stamp showed that when the stamp is found on a package of choco...

Health-conscious employees could benefit from nutrition labeling at lunch

New research conducted in 25 workplaces within The Netherlands concludes that the Choices logo does not have a notable e...

Study qualifies Choices Programme as most restrictive nutrient profile model

A study assessing 200 fine bakery products displaying on-pack nutrition or health-related communication was recently com...

Recently published study looks at impact of nutrient profiles on nutrient intakes

The Choices Programme has recently received a positive assessment in a study seeking to determine the potential impact o...

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