According to research by market analysts, Mintel, 63 percent of women have tried to lose weight during the past year. However, rather than heading for specialist diet products, many people are instead opting for a more natural and healthy way to lose weight.
This stems from a growing mistrust of so called ‘diet’ and ‘low calorie’ products which are often overpriced as well as containing artificial sweeteners which many people distrust.
Supermarkets are now catering to those looking for healthier choices and calorie counted options by marketing their food products under different labels.
However, some supermarkets have more than one ‘healthier’ option label which may cause some confusion.
To help you understand what the different labels mean, I’ll be publishing a series of posts outlining what some of the major supermarkets healthier choice labels mean.
First up is Marks & Spencer. Stay tuned...
Marks & Spencer - Healthy Eating Labels Guide - Read Post
The Co-Operative - Healthy Eating Labels Guide - Read Post
Sainsbury's - Healthy Eating Labels Guide - Read Post
Morrisons - Healthy Eating Labels Guide - Read Post
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