STOCKTON, Calif. -- If you don't like some of the labeling rules in the Federal Nutrition Labeling and Education Act, just stick around: It's bound to change soon. In fact, nutrition labeling, as defined by NLEA, is meant to be an ever-changing process, said Janet McDonald, public affairs specialist at the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, San Francisco District. "With the NLEA, the industry can petition for changes," she said, speaking here at a meeting of the Deli Council of northern ...

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