Consumer information

Clear and concise labelling provides consumers with nutritional information and enables them to make informed choices. These choices are made possible through a better understanding of how much of the energy and key nutrients exist in a portion and how much this represents in relation to the daily dietary intake of an average person.

Europe’s food and drink manufacturers are therefore providing factual information about ingredients, nutritional value, allergens and beneficial health properties, amongst others, directly on the label. Increasingly, this information is also being provided via alternative communication channels (e.g. dedicated websites, social media, smartphone applications).

Food and drink manufacturers support a wide range of initiatives and programmes that aim, amongst other things, at increasing the understanding of the role of nutrition, eating habits and recommended physical activity levels.

What we’re doing

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Nutrition Labelling

PFPZ-Poland

The German Food Federation initiatives in the field of food information – some examples

BLL-Germany

Food information requirements

FIPA-Portugal

Food information to consumers

ETL-Estonia

Official dietary guidelines

LIVSMEDELSFÖRETAGEN-Sweden

The labels speak for themselves

Ferrero

Multi-stakeholder Cooperation Framework for Better Public Health

ÉFOSZ-Hungary

Q&A platform “Starch in Food”

Starch Europe

Nutrition information video

ANIA-France

NUBEL Nutrients

FEVIA-Belgium

Ice-cream industry commits to harmonized portion size reference

Euroglaces

Consumer Information

CAOBISCO