Hi Sandra, I have gone to a Diabetes UK 'workshop' on this very topic and this is going to be a big campaign for them. Most of us type 1s around that table really wanted clear carbs labels for realistic portions as well as per 100g. Diabetes UK also aim to get this info available in the larger chain restaurants. However 90% are type 2 and DuK believes that putting calorie counts on food with traffic lights will help the diaobesity crisis. I disagree with that given that it would result in some highly nutritious foods being demonised by a red label and conversely, some junk foods e.g. rice cakes being given a green light. However they have a tricky path and may feel it would be better to focus on the calories over the carbs. I am of the belief that I am better off eating my own food wherever possible and this makes it even less possible to calculate carbs but then I also believe that it is impossible to eat a moderately high carb diet as a type 1 without making fairly frequent dosing areas so now I aim for low carb 80% of the time by dodging starch and sugar.