Food labels provide the consumer with very important information about the product they are holding in their hands and intending to buy.
Regulation 1169/2011/EU makes nutrition labeling mandatory, and guides manufacturers
to provide information on energy and 6 nutrients: fat, saturated fat, carbohydrates, simple sugars, protein and salt. This information should appear on a nutrition table
But apart from the legislative requirements, the increased interest of consumers in a balanced way of eating has led the European food industry to voluntarily adopt a single system of indication of nutritional information (GDAs) with the aim of ensuring uniformity in the graphic representation, improving the labels of food and the consumer can
to be more informed about his food choices.
In the nutritional analysis of food the laboratory Modern Analytics specifies the nutritional declaration on all types of food and food supplements such as:
Further Nutrition Labelling