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The updated face of food labels: The nutrition facts panel

Diane Romza-Kutz August 12, 2016
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The original goal of both the NLEA and the underlying rules was to standardize food labels. That goal has been expanded under these two new FSMA rules to not only keep labels standardized but also to provide additional nutrition information to the food buying consumer. READ MORE

Sifting sugar: FDA proposes rule requiring disclosure of added sugars on food labels

Diane Romza-Kutz July 24, 2015
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After consideration of both certain recommendations by the Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee as well as other scientific information, the FDA has proposed more rule changes that address the percent daily value of added sugars and a proposed footnote for the Nutrition Facts Panel explaining the percent daily value concept. READ MORE