Labelling research

These projects evaluate how effective food labelling is in helping consumers to make informed food choices that meet their dietary needs.

Labelling research documents

Final scientific interpretive summary - Allergens industry case studies
Report
Front of pack labelling - Perspectives of the New Zealand food industry - Final report
Report
Residual protein and potential allergenicity in processed products - FW10038
Report
SIS - Front of pack labelling - New Zealand food industry perspectives
Report
The role and use of fortified milk-based products in the diets of older infants and young children
Technical paper
Understanding caregivers’ perceptions and use of follow-up formula and toddler milks in New Zealand and Australia
Technical paper

SIGnposting Nutrition Study (SIGNS)

Determining the potential for front-of-pack labels in New Zealand and feasibility of a supermarket-based trial to determine their impact on consumer purchasing

Nutrition labelling - Update of scientific evidence on consumer use and understanding of nutrition labels and claims - Final report November 2007
Report
SIGnposting Nutrition Study (SIGNS) - Final report
Report
SIGNS - Front of pack labelling from the perspectives of Maori, Pacific and Low-income New Zealanders - Final report
Report
SIGNS - The Feasibility of front-of-pack nutrition labelling and research to measure its effectiveness in NZ - the view of key stakeholders - Final report
Report
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