In a recent study, a team of scientists tested whether warning labels on meat products could reduce consumption of these foods. It turned out that all warning labels with a graphic image next to the text reduced people’s preference for meat dishes by 7-10%. Participants also found climate-related labels to be the most trustworthy.

Within the scope of the experiment, all participants (there were 1001 people in total) were divided into four groups. They were all shown photos of hot meals people could buy in the cafeteria. These images also included health, climate and epidemic warning labels. Some pictures had no tags.

Moreover, it is already known that eating large amounts of meat, especially red and processed meat, is harmful to health and contributes to increased mortality rates due to climate change and environmental pollution.

Source: Ferra

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