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signpost

A term which is most commonly used in the UK as a verb; to point the way, provide direction, guide.
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He said: "While effective signposting and labelling can help consumers make informed choices, the BRC will continue to warn against simplistic systems that run the risk of demonising foods that play an important role in a varied and healthy diet.
Professor Tom Sanders, a nutritionist at King's College, London, said signposting would cause confusion and would not be a helpful model.
FSA to publish results of consumer research into signposting and to consult on guidance on the nutrient profiling model of high, medium and low descriptors on salt, fat and sugar levels in children's food, signposting and nutritional health claims.
If we want to market ourselves successfully, basics such as good signposting should be in place.
Just more than half (54%) of IGD Leading Edge members said that a clear, signposting system was not feasible, while 40% believed the government was not showing Leadership on health issues.
The road and tram signposting systems to be implemented by Indra will allow the management of mobility in the areas the tram passes through, and other nearby areas that may be affected by its passage.
As a voluntary system, any signposting system could hit shelves quickly probably by 2006 as specified in the Public Health White Paper, and would not conflict with EU law, said Fine.
We could end up wasting valuable time developing a signposting system instead of tackling the problem at its root.
Deputy director general Martin Paterson said: "We will work with the Food Standards Agency to develop a form of signposting that is useful for consumers, that is do-able, and which the industry can buy into.
Contract notice: Herefordshire Information, Advice and Signposting Hub.
At the moment consumers have to find their own way through it all because there's no signposting.
The Food Standards Agency has shied away from recommending a ban on advertising to children but has backed some form of health signposting on food to help the fight against obesity