People increasingly having a need for information about what they eat and drink. Think of ingredients, quality and origin. Meron has gathered detailed information on numerous wines and is the only wine institute in the world that possesses such as extensive winebase. Meron has developed a confined nutritional value indicator that provides even more transparency during the purchase of wine; a tried and tested enjoyment.
An increasing number of people study packaging or label information – the so-called “Nutritional value guide”. There are differing reasons for this, and examples may include: health, allergy, additives and the desire to make conscious choices.
What is notable is that there are 2 product groups on the market for which these so-called “Nutritional value guide” are not yet legally required: tobacco and wine.
For wine, there is no legal obligation yet to state the “Nutritional value guide”. Because the consumer seeks more transparency in the food chain, there is increasing pressure to operate more openly within the wines product group.
MERON has developed a confined nutritional guide for wine, which we have added to our package.
Since 1998, the Accreditation Board (RvA) has accredited Meron for the analyses as stipulated in the scope L302. The accreditation criteria, based on NEN-EN-ISO / IEC 17025: 2005, have been applied to our quality policy and to the processing and analyses of the wine.