Food - Gerhardt Malaysia

Food

 
Malaysia has one of the fastest developing Food and Beverage market which comprise both local and imported products. 
 
Traditional Market “Pasar” has been many households’ preference for their wide selection of fresh foods which includes vegetables, poultry, fruits, and other produce. In the beginning. But with modernisation, more and more hypermarkets and supermarkets are booming which offers convenience and a wider variety of food selections.
 
Many consumers now gravitate to hypermarkets because they are becoming more concerned and educated about their family and their own personal wellbeing which leads them to study the labelling behind the items that they purchase as shown in the figure below:
 

Malaysia Food Labelling

Malaysian Food Regulations 1985 and Food Irradiation Regulations (as 2013) 

No

per 100g or 100ml or per serving

1

Energy (K cal or KJ)

2

Protein (g)

3

Carbohydrate (g)

4

Fat (g)

5

Total Sugar

6

Fatty Acids (if it is Claims)

 

For more information, please visit the MOH website, CLICK HERE.

 

Food

 
Malaysia has one of the fastest developing Food and Beverage market which comprise both local and imported products. 
 
Traditional Market “Pasar” has been many households’ preference for their wide selection of fresh foods which includes vegetables, poultry, fruits, and other produce. In the beginning. But with modernisation, more and more hypermarkets and supermarkets are booming which offers convenience and a wider variety of food selections.
 
Many consumers now gravitate to hypermarkets because they are becoming more concerned and educated about their family and their own personal wellbeing which leads them to study the labelling behind the items that they purchase as shown in the figure below:
 

Malaysia Food Labelling

Malaysian Food Regulations 1985 and Food Irradiation Regulations (as 2013) 

No

per 100g or 100ml or per serving

1

Energy (K cal or KJ)

2

Protein (g)

3

Carbohydrate (g)

4

Fat (g)

5

Total Sugar

6

Fatty Acids (if it is Claims)

 

For more information, please visit the MOH website, CLICK HERE.