The researchrevealed 76% of U.S. consumers have unintentionally consumed food restricted from their diet.
January 16, 2019
Nearly 33% of Americans who have accidentally purchased food that does not align to their dietary requirements do so on a weekly basis, 49% of which said it was due to poor labeling, according to new research by Spoon Guru, London.
Three out of four consumers say they’re committed to at least one health, wellness, ethical or environmental attribute among the foods they eat.
October 29, 2018
The desire to pay more for healthier foods is growing stronger. That’s because up to 70% of consumers say they’re willing to pay a premium for food products in the natural, ethical, enhanced or “less of…” categories, according to “Consumer Health Claims 3.0: The Next Generation of Mindful Food Consumption,” a new survey from L.E.K. Consulting, Chicago.
Chicago-based Label Insight introduced Explore Plus for Category Management, which enables Label Insight's high-order attribute data, images and unmasked information on private brand products to be combined with market measurement tools to deliver insights on specific product attributes.
Adults age 65 and older showed the strongest support for the FDA’s potential label enforcement (66%).
July 26, 2018
Nearly 46% of U.S. adults say the label “milk” should not be used to describe non-dairy beverages, according to a poll conducted by Morning Consult, Washington, D.C., and Politico, Arlington County, Va.
The rollout of other elements of the strategy, notably revisions to the food guide and legislation restricting unhealthy food and beverage marketing to children, will further support Canadians and their families.
February 12, 2018
Health Canada, a Canada-based department responsible for national public health, proposed a front-of-package nutrition symbol to alert Canadians about unhealthy food and beverage products.
. The highest consumers are kids ages 9-13 who get 57% of their calories from energy-dense, nutritionally-lacking products.
February 9, 2018
New research commissioned by Heart & Stroke, a Canadian charity dedicated to advocacy, education and the funding of research surrounding heart disease and stroke, shows that ultra-processed food consumption in Canada continues to increase and is alarmingly high, accounting for almost half of the daily calorie intake.