Monday, 6 May 2013
On the nutrition label you can read what nutrients that are in the product.
The nutrients are:
vitamins and minerals.
In the nutrition declaration shall include how much food that is in the product and what kind of. Nutrition labelling helps you so to see how the food is composed, on the food's distribution of fat, carbohydrates and proteins.
You can also see if there is fibre or vitamins in. Once you know what the food contains, you can better decide if it is something you want to eat little or much of.
Not all products have nutrition labelling. Those who produce the goods, must decide whether to be a nutrition Declaration. But if the highlights item's nutritional value – there must be a nutrition Declaration. If for example the food says "low in fat" on a bag of chips, there must simultaneously be a nutrition labelling, so that you can see where the low fat content.