Fine Cut Blog Archive for January 2012
Almost six out of ten consumers have difficulty understanding the nutritional information on food packaging, according to a new study.
Ascot Racecourse has defended its decision to use orange labels to uphold a dress code over the weekend.
Royal Berkshire Hospital has been able to put a clock back on display after close to eight years thanks to an engraving, reports BBC News.
New EU regulations regarding the labelling of gluten-free products have been praised by the chief executive of Coeliac UK.
Consumers are in favour of new guidelines on meat labelling as it supports a broader strategy, it has been claimed.
A new set of 50 pence coins has been released by the Royal Mint, in commemoration of the London 2012 Olympic Games, Metro reports.
The World Cancer Research Fund (WCRF) has suggested people may struggle to maintain a healthy weight without clear food labelling.