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Bulgaria Works Toward FOP Labelling

On 21 November at the National Conference on Reformulation Bulgarian stakeholders decided to work on a nutrient profilin...

China Launches Positive Front of Pack Logo

Criteria and Approach Based Largely on Choices, Launch Marks New Partnership A working group of scientists and health o...

Positive Front-of-Pack Logos May Drive Purchasing Decisions

New Research Sheds Light on Logo Use for Making Healthier Choices at the Supermarket Buenos Aires, 18 October 2017 - Po...

CLYMBOL Research Reveals Need for More Data on Effect of FOP Logos on Purchasing Behavior

A recent study led by Associate Professor Sinne Smed in the Department of Food and Research Economics at the Univer...

Belgian Choices Criteria Gets an Update

The Belgian Scientific Committee for Choices is pleased to announce the latest revision of its national criteria. Many o...

Nigerian consensus on NCD prevention

In a paper in the European Journal of Nutrition and Food Safety, that just has been released, the consensus statement on...

Choices granted membership of Consumer Goods Forum

As a multi-stakeholder foundation in which food scientists, governments and the food industry cooperate for heathier foo...

Nigerian Heart Foundation Celebrates World No Tobacco Day 2017

The President Nigerian Heart Foundation (NHF), Mrs Francesca Emanuel, stated that African countries are overwhelmed by t...

Choices Compliant diet helps Portuguese consumers

It appears that eating according to the Choices criteria will lead to a substantial improvement in nutrient intake in Po...

Dutch Choices logo gets one year extra

As has been notified in October 2016, the Dutch Health Minister decided to terminate the use of the Dutch Choices logo &...

Labelling Impact Session at Global Nutrition Conference (15-20 October 2017, Buenos Aires)

Now that so many governments and companies are considering the use of front-of-pack labelling, the need for data on impa...

New Diet & Physical Activity Model

You might remember that the WHO call in 2004 against NCDs included diet and physical activity. Many actions took place s...

Meeting health authorities in the Gulf states

Obesity and diabetes rates in the Arab Gulf area are among the highest in the world; a harsh climate, high income and a ...

Launch of Healthier Choices logo Malaysia

On 20 April, the Healthier Choices logo of Malaysia has been launched by Malaysia’s deputy Minister of Health, Dat...

New Consumer Goods Forum Report Shows Increasing Impact of Industry Reformulation

Member companies reformulated more than 180,000 products in 2016 With the release of its 2016 Health & Wellnes...

Choices’ response on industry labeling announcement

We noted six companies (Coca-Cola, Mars, Mondelez, Nestle, Unilever, PepsiCo) announced the formation of a working group...

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