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Objectives

The aim of the project is to monitor changes in processed foods supply available on the French market by measuring nutritional quality evolution, over time (nutritional composition and labelling information).

In order to ensure that the progress made benefits all consumers, collected data are analyzed on the basis of socio-economic parameters (types of brand, sales volumes and sometimes average prices).

The Oqali project aims at:

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Collecting and analyzing nutritional and socio-economic data related to food products;

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Monitoring changes in the food supply nutritional quality, by including retrospective dimensions to the greatest extent possible;

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Clarifying and assessing public and private interventions with a view to ensuring a constant improvement of products food supply;

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Supporting initiatives favoring the adoption of strategies aimed at improving the food supply nutritional quality and monitoring their implementation.

Data analyses are conducted by food sector (only for processed food). A differentiation is made according to the different types of brand (for example national brands, private labels, discount brands).

From these analyses, Oqali publishes:

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Reports for each food sector, stating the changes in the food supply quality thanks to the follow-up of various indicators;

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Multisectoral studies on various issues (including data from several food sectors).

Oqali’s publications can all be consulted on the French website - click here

The Oqali project makes it possible to objectively measure and publicly release information about food industry initiatives taken by stakeholders. This constant monitoring will serve to underpin - on a long-term basis - the partnership approach set up by the public authorities in order to encourage the various players of the food industry to meet public health objectives and consumer expectations.

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