United Kingdom: reactions to activity equivalent labels on food products 2016

The figure shows the reactions to the possibility of introducing activity equivalent calorie labeling on food products, in the United Kingdom in 2016. According to the data, 63 percent of respondents supported the introduction of activity equivalent calorie labeling. Over half (53 percent) of people also said that they would positively change their behavior after reading activity equivalent labels on products.

Reactions to activity equivalent labels on food products in the United Kingdom, in 2016

Share of respondents
I would support the introduction of activity equivalent calorie labelling63%
I would positively change their behavior after viewing activity equivalent labels on food products53%
I find current front of pack information confusing44%
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Source

Release date

April 2016

Region

United Kingdom

Survey time period

2016

Method of interview

Omnibus survey

Supplementary notes

* The source does not provide any information on possible additional answering options during the survey. Also, the source does not specify the number of respondents.

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