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Research into accessibility of food labelling for blind or partially sighted individuals

The University of Chester are currently conducting a research study. Its focus is on determining the accessibility of food labelling in blind and partially sighted individuals with regards to health. If this interests you, the researchers would like to hear from you. You may participate if you are blind, partially sighted or answering on behalf of an individual that is blind or partially sigted.

All it involves is filling out a simple questionnaire that will take approximately 25 minutes in total to complete. All results are kept confidential and will contribute towards raising the awareness for any changes needed regarding food labelling legislation.

To take part, please click on the attached items for an information sheet explaining the study in more detail as well as the questionnaire. Please contact any of the researchers below if you require a different questionnaire format. The deadline for the return of questionnaires is the 12th of August.

The Researchers Contact details are: Amanda Fungai Nyeke – (Tel: 07586745231)

Setal Vara –

Kirsty Gadsby –