TÜV SÜD’s food experts explain why and how consumers have benefitted 10 years on from the European Health Claims Regulation that took effect on 1 July 2007.

Labels with traffic light colour schemes may sway consumers to decide on healthier options, according to a study in Germany and the US. Such colour-coded labels significantly increased healthy choices by increasing drift rate towards healthier products.

A study has revealed that consumers bought more yoghurt when the recommended serving size was smaller. While this may be good for healthy food, it might cause concern with other unhealthier snacks.

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