The Nutrition Facts panel printed on 6.5 billion food and beverage packages sold in supermarkets today has been around in its current form since 1994, when the little black and white box of truth replaced the "nutrition information per serving" list. The new label received good reviews; it even attracted the attention of the White House. In 1997, President Clinton cited its clarity in issuing an award of design excellence. One of the benefits of the redesign was that a little math and some ...

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