Exploring global consumer attitudes toward nutrition information on food labels.

@article{Wills2009ExploringGC,
  title={Exploring global consumer attitudes toward nutrition information on food labels.},
  author={Josephine Wills and David B. Schmidt and Francy Pillo-Blocka and Georgina Cairns},
  journal={Nutrition reviews},
  year={2009},
  volume={67 Suppl 1},
  pages={
          S102-6
        }
}
In many parts of the world, food companies, consumers, and governments are re-examining the provision of nutrition information on food labels. It is important that the nutrition information provided be appropriate and understandable to the consumer and that it impact food-choice behaviors. Potentially, food labeling represents a valuable tool to help consumers make informed decisions about their diet and lifestyle. Food information organizations worldwide have been following consumer trends in… CONTINUE READING

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