Role of health-related claims and symbols in consumer behaviour (CLYMBOL)
People are smart, when it comes to interpreting satiety-related claims
Health-related claims are perceived more positively when personally relevant
Scientific substantiation: A key ingredient for functional foods and health claims
New claims for soya
EUFIC reviews European consumers’ responses to health claims
Consumer perception of nutrition and health claims
Nutrition and Health Claims in Food Labelling
Are health and nutrition claims influencing organic consumers?
Large portions may contribute to weight gain
Nutrition labels everywhere in Europe
Sustainability labelling on food and drink products
Consumers and health claims: Top findings (CLYMBOL)
The Importance of Food Labelling
Food labelling to advance better education for life (FLABEL)
Can health claims and symbols lead to healthier eating habits? (Clymbol)
Read up! Are consumers paying attention to nutrition labels?
Labels, the key to consumer choice
EUFIC reviews European evidence on whether nutrition labelling has helped encourage healthy eating
Do our nutrition labels work?
It contains exactly what it says on the label!
Strengthening European food chain sustainability by quality and procurement policy (Strength2Food)
An energy-based approach to nutrition labelling
How health-related claims and symbols impact consumer behaviour (CLYMBOL)
Nutrition information on food labels: Is it read and understood?
Nutrition labelling Q&A
Understanding Ingredients In Food Labels
Reference amounts affect consumers’ healthfulness evaluation of foods
Nutrition labelling becomes mandatory in Europe
New EU label to warn against hyperactivity in children is based on unrealistic consumption levels, say scientists
Portion sizes: The amounts kids consume could be related to the amounts parents serve themselves
What is the role of health-related claims and symbols in consumer behaviour?
Characterising the nutritional value of foods, using nutrient profiling
Quality logos in the European Union
When nutrition labels increase our food consumption
EUFIC Forum n°2: Consumer attitudes to nutrition information and food labelling
Current food allergy labelling can still be improved
Role of health-related claims and symbols in consumer behaviour: eye-tracking (CLYMBOL)
EUFIC Forum n°5: Consumer response to portion information on food and drink packaging
Simple energy-based front-of-pack label preferred by consumers
Role of health-related claims and symbols in consumer behaviour: Do consumers do what they say they do? (CLYMBOL)
How “good” claims can evoke “bad” impressions
The importance of portion information from a consumer and health perspective