For package designers, the biggest challenge to nutritional labeling has been fitting the information on small packages or labels. erstman & Meyers Inc., New York. Although tricky, small labels present an opportunity for a designer to get creative, says Herb Murrie, president of the Chicago design firm Murrie Lienhart Rysner & Associates. "Giving up an element that had been part of the package usually turns out to be less of a tragedy than anticipated," he explains. "With the ...

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