Our food labelling

labelling

Checking the nutrition label is a good way to compare products, make healthier choices and eat a balanced diet. Red, amber and green colours show at a glance whether a product is high, medium or low for fat, saturates, sugars or salt.

Always check the pack for the portion size as this is what the numbers on the nutrition label are based on.

For your daily allowance, Reference Intake (RI) has replaced the term Guideline Daily Amount or GDA. The numbers on the label show you how many calories and how much fat, saturates, sugars and salt a portion of food or drink contains, both in number of grams and as a share (%) of your daily allowance (RI).

Aim to stay below 100% of your daily allowance (RI) for calories, fat, saturates, sugars and salt when you add up everything you consume.

To make your right choice, use the calorie information to compare products. Check the pack for the number of calories there are in a portion and 100g of a food or 100ml of drink.

Healthier choices in store

Our Well & Good range offers products for customers looking for easy to spot healthier choices that help with them with controlling calories, reducing fat intake, eating more of their 5 a day etc.

Keep an eye out for these logos on front of pack which highlight that a product is suitable for vegetarians and/or vegans. We also provide a full list of all the ingredients in our products on the back of the pack so you can check that the product is suitable for you.