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کد محصول: M1215
سال نشر: ۲۰۲۲
نام ناشر (پایگاه داده): الزویر
نام مجله: Food Quality and Preference
نوع مقاله: علمی پژوهشی (Research articles)
تعداد صفحه انگلیسی: ۱۰ صفحه PDF
عنوان کامل فارسی:
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عنوان کامل انگلیسی:
The role of food packaging on children’s diet: Insights for the design of comprehensive regulations to encourage healthier eating habits in childhood and beyond
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Food packaging design has become a key component of the marketing mix of companies to ensure the long-term success of their products, and to convey information that set apart their products from competitors. The aim of this review is to critically discuss the role of food packaging on children’s diet. Food package design plays a key role in attracting children and parents’ attention, shaping product associations, and influencing their purchase decisions. Packaging elements attracting children’s attention and misleading health-related visual and textual cues may encourage children and their parents to choose energy-dense food products with excessive content of sugar, fat, and sodium. Results from this review suggest that comprehensive packaging regulations are necessary to protect children’s health and encourage healthier eating habits from early years. Such regulations should go beyond products targeted at children, making informed decisions easier to encourage healthier choices, and including restrictions on the use of health-related cues on all products, as they ultimately influence the diet and the food available in the household.
Keywords: Labelling, Public policy, Childhood obesity, Non-communicable diseases, Front-of-package
Unhealthy diets are a major burden of disease among children, impeding optimal growth and development (Kupka, Siekmans, & Beal, 2020). Globally, children’s diets are far from optimal as they consume an excessive quantity of products high in sugar, fat and sodium and an insufficient quantity of fruits and vegetables (UNICEF, 2019). Although children’s diets are the result of complex interaction of several factors, the role of food environment is increasingly recognized (Downs and Demmler, 2020). The food environment can be regarded as the physical, sociocultural, economic, and political context by which consumers interact with food systems to acquire and ultimately consume foods (Downs et al., 2020). Retail and commercial markets are a key part of the external food environment, as they are the place where people decide what and how much to buy (UNICEF and GAIN, 2019). The characteristics of this environment influence food consumption by shaping the availability, affordability, convenience, and desirability of foods (UNICEF and GAIN, 2019; Herforth and Ahmed, 2015)…
Food packages are one of the most important components of the marketing mix of food companies, being the central strategy to target products at children. Most of these products have poor nutritional quality and could compromise children’s health. Food package design plays a key role in attracting children and parents’ attention, shaping product associations, and influencing their purchase decisions. For this reason, comprehensive packaging regulations are necessary to protect children’s health and encourage healthier eating habits. Such regulations should go beyond products targeted at children and include restrictions on the use of health-related cues on products targeted at the general consumers, as well as the inclusion FOP nutrition labelling. Although these comprehensive regulations may receive strong opposition from the food industry, they are already showing their efficacy in Latin American countries and can be particularly effective for creating a healthy child-centered food environment.
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