(15% of overall score)
One important means of promoting healthy diets, and addressing obesity and undernutrition, is to provide consumers with accurate, comprehensive and readily understandable information about the nutritional composition and potential health benefits of what they eat. This can promote better nutrition by helping consumers choose appropriate products to manage their weight and help to prevent or address diet-related chronic disease, as well as raise awareness of products that will address micronutrient deficiencies. This Category assesses companies' approaches to product labeling and use of health and nutrition claims, particularly with respect to the consistency of their application across product portfolios and in different markets and their accordance with international standards.
15% of the score
Category F consists of two criteria:
F1 Nutrition labeling
F2 Health and nutrition claims
To perform well in this category, companies should:
The Access to Nutrition Index rates food and beverage manufacturers´ nutrition-related policies, practices and disclosures worldwide on a recurring basis.
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