Calorie labelling plan is not wholly objectionable but it is economically inefficient
Mark Littlewood writes for The Times
Christopher Snowdon writes for City A.M.
He writes: “Most packaged food in Britain is labelled with calorie information as a result of a voluntary agreement with the food industry. The government now wants to extend this to alcoholic beverages and the out-of-home food sector. In principle, there is nothing wrong with this.”
Nevertheless, Christopher argues, labelling is unlikely to be a solution to obesity. Read the article in full here.