WASHINGTON — Clarifying serving sizes and moving the location of calorie information to the main body of the Nutrition Facts panel are among the ways to improve consumer use of information on food labels, according to initial findings of new study from the International Food Information Council Foundation. Among other suggested changes for the better: the mention of a government body, like the Food and Drug Administration, in a higher-visibility area of the Nutrition Facts panel to increase ...
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