Supermarket dietitians give their recommendations for front-of-pack labeling information and serving-size criteria
As the leaves take on brilliant shades of red, orange and yellow this fall, food packaging could adopt a more uniform tone. It all depends on progress made by the Food and Drug Administration in crafting and gaining buy-in for a voluntary front-of-pack calorie and nutrient labeling system. As it prepares to issue draft guidance, the FDA is researching label types that will best serve consumers and ultimately improve public health, FDA spokesman Sebastian Cianci told SN. Its effort comes ...
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