Labeling: Next Steps
A lot has happened since the Nutrition Facts panel was introduced to the food industry in 1993. In the past 20 years, natural and organic products have become multibillion-dollar categories, individual nutrition rating systems have competed for package space, and consumers in general have become more knowledgeable about food. It would seem the iconic black-and-white summary is outdated. The Food and Drug Administration is planning to modernize the label and is expected to release its ...
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