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1.   Joint Centre for Food Safety (CFS) / Consumer Council (CC) Article on Your Choice of Snacks (Chinese version only) uploaded on 15/11/2011
2.   Joint Centre for Food Safety (CFS) / Consumer Council (CC) Study – "Nutrition Labelling Series"
3.   Newspaper Articles
4.   NutriGet
5.   Food Safety Focus (Monthly Publication)
6.   Food Safety Bulletin (For Consumers) (Quarterly Publication)
7.   Risk Assessment Studies on Nutrition
8.   Survey on Public Knowledge, Attitude and Practice regarding Food Safety and Nutrition Labelling

 

1. Joint Centre for Food Safety (CFS) / Consumer Council (CC) Article on Your Choice of Snacks (Chinese version only)

 

2. Joint Centre for Food Safety (CFS) / Consumer Council (CC) Study – "Nutrition Labelling Series"

The Food and Drugs (Composition and Labelling) (Amendment: Requirements for Nutrition Labelling and Nutrition Claim) Regulation 2008 will come into force on 1 July 2010 . Upon that time, all applicable prepackaged food products will have to provide nutrition labels setting out the contents of “1+7” (i.e. energy plus 7 nutrients specified for labelling, namely protein, total fat, saturated fat, trans fat, carbohydrates, sugars and sodium). To facilitate consumers in making good use of nutrition labels to choose healthier prepackaged food product, the Centre for Food Safety (CFS) and the Consumer Council (CC) have launch ed a new article series. In this article series, we will demonstrate how useful nutrition label “ 1+7 ” can be when we come to choosing prepackaged food for our family.

The article series are published in the CHOICE magazine starting from March 2010.

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3. Newspaper Articles

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4. NutriGet

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5. Food Safety Focus (Monthly Publication)

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6. Food Safety Bulletin (For Consumers) (Quarterly Publication)

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7. Risk Assessment Studies on Nutrition

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8. Survey on Public Knowledge, Attitude and Practice regarding Food Safety and Nutrition Labelling

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