WASHINGTON — Consumers have an overall positive perception of food labels, but would like certain information relocated or added to packaging, according to new research from the International Food Information Council Foundation. According to the findings, the following could strengthen the Nutrition Facts panel: Mentioning a government body like the Food & Drug Administration in a header or main body. Such a reference increases consumer trust in the information provided, particularly ...
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