Publications

Global Update on Nutrition Labelling (The 2017 edition)

12 June 2017

Nutrition labelling is the provision of information about the nutritional content of individual food products. It is most commonly applied to pre-packaged food and beverage products, but comes in a variety of formats. Variables include: the type and number of nutrients labelled, the reference values used, whether the information appears on front-of-pack (FOP) or back-of-pack (BOP) and whether the label gives any interpretative guidance to the consumer.


Publications on sustainability

02 November 2014

EUFIC is involved in research on the effects of sustainability labelling on consumer behaviour. Below you can find all scientific, peer-reviewed publications from this research where EUFIC is an author.


Publication on health claims and symbols

02 November 2012

EUFIC is involved in research on the effects of health claims and symbols on consumer behaviour.


Publications on portion information

02 November 2011

EUFIC is involved in research on the effects of portion information on consumer behaviour. Below you see a list of all scientific, peer reviewed publications where EUFIC is an author...


Publications on nutrition labelling

02 November 2007

EUFIC is involved in research on the effects of nutrition labelling on consumer behaviour. Below you see a list of all scientific, peer-reviewed publications where EUFIC is an author.