A series of charts and graphs with fascinating information culled from an online survey by Nielsen of more than 25,000 people from 56 countries. The information was collected online – which means that the affluence of the respondents was likely quite high.

Only part of the global population feels they understand information on nutritional labeling.

And perhaps most interestingly, most people feel that labels are at best only “sometimes” accurate and truthful.  Looks like those in the U.S. aren’t the only ones confused by the words “all natural,” “real fruit,” and “fresh.”

Source: Food+Tech Connect