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  • Yes and no I have favourites and then I like to look at ingredients and health value based on my diet

  • If its for my daughter, yes, as she has intolerances to lactose and fructose. For myself, not usually.

  • I always read the ingredients list as I want to know what is in a product. It may take a little longer to shop, which I don’t like, but it’s worth it to ensure there’s not too many additives in what I buy.

  • Yes, As the mother of a child with sever food, it is crucial for me to read labels on all products (even products that I have purchased before and I have seen from time to time ingredients vary). This includes food items, beauty and household items as some allergens may be present in anything.

  • I never use to read the ingredients before purchasing but now I have made it a habit of doing so so that I can see exactly what is in the product before purchasing it. It does make a difference.

  • sure do – I like to minimise chemicals on my skin, and in my food, to ensure we live long and healthy lives.

  • I sure do. I check the food labels for sugar, salt and fat content and also to see where it’s made. Beauty products I like to make sure they haven’t been tested on animals and where they’re made

  • I do read labels and packaging for food and other products. I like to know what I am buying, where made and other details.

  • Not usually unless there is something on the packaging that might catch my eye and make me curious or unless its something new for my daughter.

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