Food information & nutrition
Nowadays, the pursuit of a healthier lifestyle has become a major trend across Europe, with many consumers increasingly mindful of the content and quality of the dishes they eat.
Besides, many consumers are increasingly looking for authentic gastronomic experiences, with a search for fresh, tasty and non-standardised food when visiting restaurants and cafés.
This dual expectation makes it all the more important for HOTREC to regularly discuss with EU policy makers and stakeholders on the best policies to allow consumers to make informed choices and enlarge the choice of healthy options, while satisfying the taste of every client and providing high quality culinary experiences.
- 12 November 2013
/ position paper on the implementation of the Food Information to Consumer Regulation
- 12 December 2017
/ HOTREC members initiatives on nutrition and food product improvement - Autumn 2017
Panorama of initiatives developped by HOTREC members, as sent to the European Commission as part of HOTREC's commitment in EU diet platform
- 19 November 2008
/ HOTREC initial remarks on food labelling proposal