Posts Tagged: Labels

I Honestly Think This is a Blog Post

This section of writing has been in the “All Posts” section in WordPress, a self-proclaimed place for blogs, so I think I am okay to think this is a blog post. Now, onto the content of this possible blog post!

I Honestly Think This is a Blog Post

This section of writing has been in the “All Posts” section in WordPress, a self-proclaimed place for blogs, so I think I am okay to think this is a blog post. Now, onto the content of this possible blog post!

“You’re Vegetarian. Don’t Eat Quorn.”

People have come up to me to ask why some people advertise vegetarian food with meaty labels, often along with the opinion that I should not eat Quorn or any other meat-like but meat-free substances. I think it is because

“You’re Vegetarian. Don’t Eat Quorn.”

People have come up to me to ask why some people advertise vegetarian food with meaty labels, often along with the opinion that I should not eat Quorn or any other meat-like but meat-free substances. I think it is because

A Blog Filled with Hand-Picked Information Drizzled with References

Mmm, information… and not just information found in blogs. Providing product information can bring experiences of the product different to experiences without the information (Imm, Lee & Lee, 2012). Information can be that ingredient that makes food more delicious (Imm

A Blog Filled with Hand-Picked Information Drizzled with References

Mmm, information… and not just information found in blogs. Providing product information can bring experiences of the product different to experiences without the information (Imm, Lee & Lee, 2012). Information can be that ingredient that makes food more delicious (Imm

This Can Kill? Cool!

A number of you may have wondered why labels, such as the “Smoking kills” one, on cigarettes packages do not deter everyone from smoking. Yes, these labels do not deter everyone (Hansen, Winzeler & Topolinski, 2009). One theory suggested that

This Can Kill? Cool!

A number of you may have wondered why labels, such as the “Smoking kills” one, on cigarettes packages do not deter everyone from smoking. Yes, these labels do not deter everyone (Hansen, Winzeler & Topolinski, 2009). One theory suggested that