Northern Ireland consumer perceptions of reformulation of food

A report released by Food Standards Agency (FSA) investigated Northern Ireland consumers’ perceptions of product reformulation and portion size reduction. Findings show that consumers are open to reduced-sugar and reduced-fat alternatives as long as the new products match old ones in terms of taste, value and the perceived healthiness or allergy risks posed by replacement ingredients.

For more information of reformulation take a look at the All-island Obesity Action Forum workshops on reformulating our obesogenic environment.

Posted: 15/11/2018 13:12:56 by Joanna Gallagher
Filed under: Reduced-fat, Reduced-sugar, Reformulation


 

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