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Hannah and Tareq dive into food labels. Who uses them? What do they use them for? How can they inform our purchases at the grocery store? Hannah also breaks down some definitions that make using food labels a bit easier as well as recent and upcoming changes to food labelling to keep an eye out for. BS of the Week: Canned & Frozen versus Fresh food!
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- Food & Drugs Act - Government of Canada
- Health Claims: What They Mean - Health Canada
- Food Labelling Changes - Health Canada
- “Nutritional comparison of fresh, frozen, and canned fruits and vegetables - II. Vitamin A and carotenoids, vitamin E, minerals and fiber” (Rickman, Bruhn, & Barrett, 2007)
- “Nutrition labels on pre-packaged foods: a systematic review” (Campos, Doxey, & Hammond, 2011)
- “Consumer effects of front-of-package nutrition labelling: an interdisciplinary meta-analysis” (Ikonen et al., 2019)