Over the past three years, the number of products with Daily Intake Guide (DIG) front-of-pack labelling has increased by more than 3,000% from 58 in 2007 to more than 2,000 in 2009, according to new industry...

Australians making New Year’s resolutions to lose weight by improving their diets should follow daily intake labels which have been expanded to thousands of products, according to new research by...

The Federal Government demonstrated a commonsense approach by deferring a decision on front of pack labelling of foods for 12 months, Australia’s leading organisation representing food and grocery...

The debate that never seems to go away is set to be on the agenda for at least another year, according to a newspaper report today. Regulation for front-of-pack labelling guides on packaged groceries is...

The food labelling debate has ignited again overnight, following the release of the largest study on the issue completed to date. Commissioned by the UK Food Standards Agency, an independent group of experts...

The thirteenth meeting of the Australia and New Zealand Food Regulation Ministerial Council* was held in Sydney today, with alcohol health warning labels and food labelling on the agenda. The meeting was...

Claims that Australia’s front of pack labelling guidelines are “not in line with eating habits and dietary needs” are false and misleading, according to Australia’s leading organisation...

The introduction of a traffic light system on the front of products would represent an overly simplistic approach to food labelling, according to the Australian Food and Grocery Council (AFGC), which represents...

The Australian Food and Grocery Council (AFGC) is calling on governments to support a single front of pack labelling system that includes information about energy, fat, sugar, salt and serve sizes. AFGC...

A pan-European study by the European Food Information Council (EUFIC), presents interesting information for the food industry – with food labels found to be widely understood and recognised. “While...