Shopping - Reading labels

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Celebrity endorsements

How legitimate is a celebrity endorsement, especially in the digital...

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NIPs for your nip

Ever wondered why your potato chips have nutrition information on...

USEFUL RESOURCES

A simple guide to food additives

Many of our favourite foods these days contain a long...

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What has to be on a food label?

All food labels must have certain information on them. Here's...

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Honey trap

Did you know the New Zealand Government has only just...

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Allergen labelling

Buying food can be a minefield for people with food...

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The rules on dairy alternatives sold as ‘milk’

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

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Supermarket shopping guide

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

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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...

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Composition claims

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

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Five tips for low-FODMAP shoppers

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

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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...

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‘Free of’ claims

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

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Country-of-origin labelling

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

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‘Best-before’ and ‘use-by’ dates

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

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Organic claims

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