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Everything you need to know about Food Labelling. From FoLSol® - India's 1st Digital Food Labelling Solutions

January 21, 2023

Front-of-pack nutrition labelling shows what's in the box or packet of food. The universal label is colour coded and also highlights ‘percentage reference intakes’ in a food product.

January 21, 2023

Today’s food markets are filled with packaged food products having all sorts of declarations written on a food label. These declarations make consumers aware of the special health or nutrition properties of the food and help in picking up the right product

January 21, 2023

“Gluten-free” was introduced by the Indian Food Authority, FSSAI, which set some ground rules on where and how it could be used for this Food Allergen

January 21, 2023

Food Categorization System (FCS) has 17 main classifications of food and one class '99' for substances added to food.

January 21, 2023

In 2011, the Indian state made it mandatory for all processed food products to be labelled vegetarian (green) or non-vegetarian (brown)

January 21, 2023

The food packages and containers are labelled in two ways which are Principal Display Panel (PDP) and Information Panel.

January 8, 2023

Health claims and nutrient claims are two tools found on pre-packaged foods that helps you make healthy choices

January 21, 2023

Diets for a Better Future is a study which investigates current food consumption patterns, the efficacy of national dietary guidelines and explores the potential for reducing greenhouse gas emissions by shifting toward more healthy and sustainable diets.

January 21, 2023

We all know how critical nutrition is for health and wellbeing. Food and nutrition are imperative for optimal physical and mental growth. But what happens if we don’t get the right kind of nutrition?

January 21, 2023

Deficiency of nutrients has led us to struggle with malnutrition and hidden hunger. Hence, in a hope to improve nutrition quality of the population, and the government established schemes/laws that helped eradicate them at large.

January 21, 2023

Protein deficiency is on the rise among Indians. The Food and Nutrition Security Analysis shows that average protein consumption amongst Indians is 47 grams per day as opposed to the recommended 60 grams per day.

January 21, 2023

Apart from Carbohydrates and fats, protein forms the third important macronutrient providing us with the nine essential amino-acids required for our growth, with the highest protein content present in animal foods compared to plant foods

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