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Name: Daniel Booth
Please note that this Assessment document has 14 pages and is made up of 3 Parts.
Part 1: Understand food labelling
1. Identify the nutritional information that must be provided on food labels.
On food labelling nutritional information must be showing the amount of each of the following in 100g or 100ml; energy (in kJ and kcal) fat (in g) saturates (in g) carbohydrate (in g) sugars (in g) protein (in g) salt (in g) plus the amount of any nutrient for which a claim has been made
2. Complete the table below with the guideline daily amounts of fat, sugar and salt that should be in an adult diet.
Guideline daily amounts
95g for males
70g for females
95g for males
90g for females
6g for males and females.
3. Collect three food labels and, from the nutritional information on these labels, explain whether the foods are high, low or neither in terms of fat, sugar and salt content.
Food label 1: Walkers Cheese & onion Crisps
The cheese and onion crisps contains 7.7g of fat which is approximately 11% of the adult’s daily amount.
The cheese and onion crisps contains 0.7g of sugar which is approximately 1% of the adult’s daily amount.
The cheese and onion crisps contains 0.3g of salt which is approximately 5% of the adult’s daily amount.
The crisps are not high in fat nor low in fat they are in between and low in sugar salt.
Food label 2: Tin of