The adoption of a harmonised front-of-pack nutrition labelling (FoPNL) scheme has significant advantages from at least four perspectives.
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Being informed about the composition and harms of products intended for personal consumption should be a straightforward request.
Reformulation, a change to a food or beverage's processing or composition, can reduce potentially harmful ingredients such as salt, added sugar, an
Our global food system lacks the critically needed micronutrients to meet the daily requirements of the most at-risk populations.
Ultraprocessed products (UPPs), associated with obesity and non-communicable diseases (NCDs), are becoming predominant on the global market and a t
Four categories of foods are proposed in the NOVA food classification, which seeks to relate food processing as the primary driver of diet quality.
Unhealthy diets are a leading risk factor for non-communicable diseases and negatively impact environmental sustainability.
Food reformulation is the process of altering the processing or composition of a food or beverage product, to improve its nutritional proﬁle or to
Food systems and supplies are transforming into a global industrial system, with corresponding changes in the production, distribution, and consump
Nutrition plays a key role in supporting the human immune system and reducing the risk of infections.
India is facing a rapidly escalating public health crisis of non-communicable diseases (NCDs) with millions suffering from diabetes, cancer, and ca
The significance of industrial processing, and in particular techniques and ingredients developed or created by modern food science and technology,