UK: Food labelling: a force for improvement not just a minimum standard (COMMENT)
A new report has advocated making UK food labelling more informative to consumers. The Sustainable Development Commission's report states that the current Little Red Tractor labelling scheme fails to incentivise farmers to significantly improve their standards. In recent years there has been a surge in the number of food labelling schemes intended to inform the public, and this latest case highlights the difficulty in getting a meaningful message across to consumers.
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