Telling people how much exercise they need to do to burn off food and drink could be more effective at encouraging healthier choices than simply listing the calories, a study has claimed.
The Royal Society for Public Health has called for Physical activity calorie equivalent or expenditure (Pace) labelling to be introduced instead of the current system.
Consumers could find out how many minutes or miles of exercise they need to do to burn off the calories in a particular product.
But how much exercise do you need to do to work off your favourite foods?
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