•Assessed impact of front-of-package nutrition claims (FOPNCs) on Nepali consumers.•Conducted path analyses via mediation models of attitudes and behavior intentions.•FOPNCs most often influenced perceptions of products’ healthfulness for children.•Product perceptions of tasty and adults like it best predicted purchase intention.•Consumers had similar purchase intention for snacks with and without FOPNCs.
Food Quality and Preference – Elsevier
Published: Jun 1, 2018
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