Continued success for the “reasonable consumer” defense, courts’ acceptance of formerly rejected damages models and increased attention toward multifunction ingredients and other ingredient labeling are just some of the factors the report examines.
November 21, 2019
Perkins Coie, Seattle, Wash., released its 2018 Food Litigation Year in Review report.
While nutritional science tells these consumers that “healthy” includes lean meats and dairy products in moderation, they’re not sure the alternatives offer better health outcomes and are better for people, animals and the planet.
September 5, 2019
New research from The Center for Food Integrity (CFI), Kansas City, Mo., shows that a significant and growing group of health-conscious consumers are confused by the mixed messages about the words “milk,” “meat” and “burger.”
Most Americans believe that the U.S. Food & Drug Administration should restrict plant-based beverage companies from using the word “milk” on product labels.
January 28, 2019
Half of all Americans (49%) believe that non-dairy brands should not be allowed to use the term “milk” on their product labels because they are often less nutritious than dairy milk, according to a poll conducted on behalf of the National Milk Producers Federation, Arlington, Va.
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.
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