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© FSANZ Misleading Food Labels Melanie Fisher General Manager Food Standards Australia New Zealand October 2005
© FSANZ Types of communication Truthful and not misleading False Truthful but misleading
© FSANZ Truthful but misleading Omissions Confusion based Same attribute Different attibute Source based.
© FSANZ Ommission Failure to disclose relevant information ‘Low in sugar’ - but high in fat (diabetics)
© FSANZ Confusion based Consumers mislead by use of language, symbols or images ‘only 10% fat’
© FSANZ Same Attribute Truthful statement about a product that may lead to incorrect inferences about the same attribute in that or similar products ‘this oil is cholesterol free’
© FSANZ Different attribute When consumers wrongly believe two attributes are related ‘no cholesterol’ does not necessarily mean low fat
© FSANZ Source based Consumer trust in endorsements and third parties Assuming a logo relates to an independant third party accreditation system
© FSANZ Impact on consumers Environmental characteristics Individual characteristics Label characteristics
© FSANZ Australian case study Food Standards and fair trading law Current focus on health claims (and fortified foods) Ensuring balance between consumer choice/industry innovation and consumer protection Need for new skills and different evidence base to develop effective regulation standards
© FSANZ Health claims - concerns Consumers will be mislead and will distort their diets confusion based – graphics, words, images Same attribute – calcium in fish Different attribute – calcium in juice vs milk
© FSANZ Response Complex area and very dependant on consumer perceptions Commissioned consumer research and literature reviews Are proposing a range of regulatory responses – degree of intervention depends on degree of promise/risk
© FSANZ Regulatory approaches Prohibition Pre-market approvals Limits – eg fat, salt and sugar Disclosures Education No regulation
© FSANZ Conclusion Truthful but misleading more difficult to define and regulate than false claims Consumer responses and preceptions complex and varied – analysis required Degree and type of intervention should be effective and appropriate to the degree of risk
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