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The Future of Food Labelling and Regulations: 2019

Global Annual Review: what's now and what's next for food labelling and regulations.

Emma Schofield, Global Food Science Analyst

THE BIG STORIES

  • Expect more attention to calorie labelling
  • Nutritional labelling becomes an expectation
  • Regulatory bodies aim to prevent dietary disease

IN THE NEXT TWO YEARS

  • Regulators aim to protect vulnerable cohorts
  • Labels to help align planetary and human health
  • Labelling transparency moves to new levels

IN FIVE YEARS AND BEYOND

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Table of contents

  1. the big stories

    • Expect more attention to calorie labelling
    • Nutritional labelling becomes an expectation
    • Regulatory bodies aim to prevent dietary disease
  2. in the next two years

    • Regulators aim to protect vulnerable cohorts
    • Labels to help align planetary and human health
    • Labelling transparency moves to new levels
    • [Graph] Global: percentage of food and drink launches that feature a GMO claim, by region, 2014-18
  3. In five years and beyond

    • [Graph] US: 'Which of the following do you do when shopping for food and beverages on larger shopping trips?', % of consumers who agree, by age and gender, Sep 2018

The Future of Food Labelling and Regulations: 2019

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