Shopping - Reading labels

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Dairy alternatives

New overseas rules have banned the word ‘milk’ from plant...

USEFUL RESOURCES

Supermarket shopping guide

Your expert guide to the healthiest options in the supermarket. Note:...

SHOPPING

Animal product alternatives

Are vegetarian ‘meats’ and vegan ‘dairy products’ breaking any rules...

ADVICE

Spotlight on palm oil

Journalist Amberleigh Jack brings us the latest on palm oil...

SHOPPING

Composition claims

How many oranges make a drink orange juice? Food law...

SHOPPING

Five tips for low-FODMAP shoppers

Grocery shopping on a low-FODMAP diet doesn’t have to be...

VIDEOS

The Healthy Food Guide TV Series!

The Healthy Food Guide TV Series is a brand new...

SHOPPING

Sugar-free claims

Ciska de Rijk and Gwendoline Keel, food law specialists at...

NEWS

Food origin labelling bill passes first hurdle

A Bill requiring country of origin labelling for single component...

SHOPPING

‘Free of’ claims

Gluten free, sugar free, fat free, lactose free… these claims...

SHOPPING

Country-of-origin labelling

Most consumers want to know where the food they’re eating...

SHOPPING

‘Best-before’ and ‘use-by’ dates

Ciska de Rijk and Gwendoline Keel, food law specialists at...

SHOPPING

Organic claims

Ciska de Rijk and Gwendoline Keel, food law specialists at...

BLOG

Nutrition labels for Kiwi beer

Two New Zealand beer producers have announced they will add...

ADVICE

Making sense of sugar

“How can I substitute rice malt syrup for the sugar...

SHOPPING

Additive labelling

Ciska de Rijk and Gwendoline Keel, food law specialists at...

SHOPPING

Free-range claims

Consumers like to feel absolutely confident that when they buy...

ADVICE

Stay savvy with food claims

It’s interesting to look at trends over time in food...
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