Food Labelling (en)

Fiktives Re-Design der Lebensmittelkennzeichnung, um die Handhabung derselben zu verbessern.

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The nutritional table was redesigned accordingly, to provide quick access to relevant information: There is less information and data shown to provide a better overview and the possibility to compare products visually. More detail can be seen online or via the app, where the user can add special preferences and medical issues affecting his diet. The user will be able to see at a glance how good or bad a product is (compare to price per 100g / per 1kg) instead of counting the amount of certain nutrients by the servings or single items of a product. If he preferres to track his diet, he can easily use the Sainsbury’s or any third party app that uses the same central product database (like the ones which already exist, for instance the “EWG Food Scores” App).

The nutritional table was redesigned accordingly, to provide quick access to relevant information: There is less information and data shown to provide a better overview and the possibility to compare products visually. More detail can be seen online or via the app, where the user can add special preferences and medical issues affecting his diet. The user will be able to see at a glance how good or bad a product is (compare to price per 100g / per 1kg) instead of counting the amount of certain nutrients by the servings or single items of a product. If he preferres to track his diet, he can easily use the Sainsbury’s or any third party app that uses the same central product database (like the ones which already exist, for instance the “EWG Food Scores” App).

The nutritional table was redesigned accordingly, to provide quick access to relevant information: There is less information and data shown to provide a better overview and the possibility to compare products visually. More detail can be seen online or via the app, where the user can add special preferences and medical issues affecting his diet. The user will be able to see at a glance how good or bad a product is (compare to price per 100g / per 1kg) instead of counting the amount of certain nutrients by the servings or single items of a product. If he preferres to track his diet, he can easily use the Sainsbury’s or any third party app that uses the same central product database (like the ones which already exist, for instance the “EWG Food Scores” App).

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