FOP labelling


Only 1 in 20 of children’s yogurts contain low sugar levels, new Action on Sugar study reveals

SAFE member Action on Sugar recently conducted a study on children’s yoghurts and misleading health claims.  Evaluating over 100 children’s yogurts, the study has shown that only 1 in 20 of yogurts with child-friendly designs contain low sugar levels, with over 63% of these products containing more than a third of the daily sugar intake per portion.  […]


Debates go on concerning Front-Of-Pack nutrition labels

The debate about new FOP nutrition labels and the form they should take are evergrowing. In an article published by FoodNavigator, several commentators added more water to the mill, arguing that FOP nutrition labels using colour codes or scales (such as the now famous Nutriscore) are driven by marketing interests and mislead consumers. While other […]