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Here you will find the latest news from the CLYMBOL project.

New publication: Prevalence of Nutrition and Health-Related Claims on Pre-Packaged Foods

March 3 2016 - CLYMBOL researchers just published another article on their research into health claims and symbols, titled "Prevalence of Nutrition and Health-Related Claims on Pre-Packaged Foods: A Five-Country Study in Europe", in the journal Nutrients.

The paper is open access and can be downloaded here.

New Publication: Consumers' Exposure to Nutrition and Health Claims on Pre-Packed Foods

November 13 2015 - CLYMBOL researchers from Slovenia use sales weighting to assess local food supply. The study 'Consumers' Exposure to Nutrition and Health Claims on Pre-Packed Foods' is now published in the journal Nutrients.

Read the open access paper which was carried out using funding from CLYMBOL. 

CLYMBOL recommendations on the use of methodologies

October 22 2015 - As part of work area 3, CLYMBOL researchers have reviewed methodologies to assess consumer understanding of health claims and symbols as well as their effects on purchase and consumption behaviour. A select number of methods were tested and validated to derive recommendations on which methods to use to best answer a number of research questions.

Click here to download the report!

When does an image become a health claim?

October 10 2015 - Images on food packaging might lead people—appropriately or inappropriately—to infer the health benefits of those products.

The CLYMBOL study, led by Naomi Klepacz of the University of Surrey and Dr Robert Nash of Aston University, was just accepted in Health Psychology and will be available online soon. CLYMBOL researchers could show that...

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