### 第一段

1 .I've still got loads to do for our report on nutritional food labels.

### 第二段

1 .Me too.

2 .What did you learn from doing the project about your own shopping habits?

### 第三段

1 .Well, I've always had to check labels for traces of peanuts in everything I eat because of my allergy.

2 .But beyond that I've never really been concerned enough to check how healthy a product is.

### 第四段

1 .This project has actually taught me to read the labels much more carefully.

2 .I tended to believe claims on packaging like 'low in fat'.

3 .But l now realise that the 'healthy' yoghurt I've bought for years is full of sugar and that it's actually quite high in calories.

### 第五段

1 .Ready meals are the worst...

2 .comparing the labels on supermarket pizzas was a real eye-opener.

3 .Did you have any idea how many calories they contain?

4 .I was amazed.

### 第六段

1 .Yes, because unless you read the label really carefully,

2 .you wouldn't know that the nutritional values given are for half a pizza.

### 第七段

1 .When most people eat the whole pizza.

2 .Not exactly transparent is it?

### 第八段

1 .Not at all.

2 .But I expect it won't stop you from buying pizza?

### 第九段

1 .Probably not, no!

2 .I thought comparing the different labelling systems used by food manufacturers was interesting.

3 .I think the kind of labelling system used makes a big difference.

### 第十段

1 .Which one did you prefer?

### 第十一段

1 .I liked the traditional daily value system best

2 .— the one which tells you what proportion of your required daily intake of each ingredient the product contains.

3 .I'm not sure it's the easiest for people to use but at least you get the full story.

4 .I like to know all the ingredients in a product

5 .- not just how much fat, salt and sugar they contain.

——不仅仅是它们含有多少脂肪、盐和糖。

### 第十二段

1 .But it's good supermarkets have been making an effort to provide reliable information for customers.

### 第十三段

1 .Yes.

2 .There just needs to be more consistency between labelling systems used by different supermarkets, in terms of portion sizes, etc.

### 第十四段

1 .Mmm.

2 .The labels on the different brands of chicken flavour crisps were quite revealing too, weren't they?

### 第十五段

1 .Yeah.

2 .I don't understand how they can get away with calling them chicken flavour when they only contain artificial additives.

### 第十六段

1 .I know.

2 .I'd at least have expected them to contain a small percentage of real chicken.

1 .Absolutely.

### 第十八段

1 .I think having nutritional food labeling has been a good idea, don't you?

2 .I think it will change people's behaviour and stop mothers, in particular, buying the wrong things.

### 第一十九段

1 .But didn't that study kind of prove the opposite?

2 .People didn't necessarily stop buying unhealthy products.

### 第二十段

1 .They only said that might be the case.

2 .Those findings weren't that conclusive and it was quite a small-scale study.

3 .I think more research has to be done.

### 第二十一段

1 .Yes, I think you're probably right.

### 第一段

1 .What do you think of the traffic-light system?

### 第二段

1 .I think supermarkets like the idea of having a colour-coded system - red, orange or green - for levels of fat, sugar and salt in a product.

### 第三段

1 .But it's not been adopted universally.

3 .Why do you suppose that is?

### 第四段

1 .Pressure from the food manufacturers.

2 .Hardly surprising that some of them are opposed to flagging up how unhealthy their products are.

### 第五段

1 .I'd have thought it would have been compulsory.

2 .It seems ridiculous it isn't.

### 第六段

1 .I know.

2 .And what l couldn't get over is the fact that it was brought in without enough consultation

### 第七段

1 .That is a bit weird.

2 .I suppose there's an argument for doing the research now when consumers are familiar with this system.

1 .Yeah, maybe.

### 第九段

1 .The participants in the survey were quite positive about the traffic-light system.

### 第十段

1 .Mmm.

2 .But I don't think they targeted the right people.

3 .They should have focused on people with low literacy levels

4 .because these labels are designed to be accessible to them.

### 第十一段

1 .Yeah.

2 .But it's good to get feedback from all socio-economic groups.

3 .And there wasn't much variation in their responses.

### 第十二段

1 .No.

2 .But if they hadn't interviewed participants face-to-face,

3 .they could have used a much bigger sample size.

4 .I wonder why they chose that method?

### 第十三段

1 .Dunno.

2 .How were they selected?

3 .Did they volunteer or were they approached?

### 第十四段

1 .I think they volunteered.

2 .The thing that wasn't stated was how often they bought packaged food

3 .- all we know is how frequently they used the supermarket.