The survey, conducted for Diabetes UK, also found that 71% of diners feel they don’t have enough information about what’s in their food.
Traffic light labelling has been shown to work well, but the system is not mandatory. Neither is calorie labelling on menus.
The new calorie reduction plan announced by Public Health England earlier this month called on businesses to encourage people to buy lower calorie products. But how they achieve that is up to them, it appears – there is no suggestion of mandatory calorie labelling on menus in PHE’s proposals.
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