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« Food labelling; does it inform choice? | Main | Malnourished numbers increase by 40 million in twelve months »

December 11, 2008

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bethgranter

The accessibility of the information for the consumer is key here. Compassion in World Farming are campaigning for clear labelling, and there's information for interested consumers here: https://www.ciwf.org.uk/your_food/know_your_labels

Louise Manning

Thank you for the comment - I will check out the link.

This week attention has been focused once again on food labelling, its clarity and whether the rules are potentially misleading for the consumer. I wrote about this in another post https://thehumanimprint.typepad.com/the_human_imprint/2008/12/food-labelling-does-it-inform-choice.html

It would be good to see clarity too in animal wefare claims. I would like to see measurable indicators of animal welfare being adopted i.e. quantitative rather than qualitative and I have written about this at https://animalwelfarechat.blogspot.com/2009/01/foot-pad-lesion-scoring.html

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