||In recent years, more and more food safety events about food labeling were arised. The purpose of this study was to explore the correlations among junior high school students on knowledge, attitude, behavior, and related factors for food labeling under the crisis in food safety. The researcher compiled the questionnaire as research tool, the participants was sampled from a junior high school in Taipei city (327 effective samples: male 151 and female 176).Data was statistically analyzed by descriptive statistics, independent t-test, one way ANOVA and Pearson correlation analysis.The main results of this study were as follows：
Junior high school students lacked knowledge of food labeling and required to be elevated, but the attitudes and behaviors toward food labeling were active and positive. The knowledge of food labeling among junior high school students was significantly different according to their grade and the degree of the understanding to food safety events, the attitude was significantly different according to their gender, but the behavior was not significantly different based on their gender, grade, parents' educational background, sources of information, and the degree of understanding of food safety events. Under the discontinuous food safety crisis, there was a significant but low positive correlation toward food labeling between knowledge and attitude. There was a significant and moderate positive correlation toward the attitude and behavior of food labeling. However, it was less significant correlation toward knowledge and behavior (p=0.045) of food labeling. Thus, attitude is the main influence on participants’ behavior toward food labeling.