WASHINGTON -- Grocery Manufacturers of America called for the Food and Drug Administration to establish regulations reflecting accurate label claims on carbohydrates. "Consumers have been bombarded with inconclusive and contradictory information about carbohydrates and their impact on their health," Alison Krester, GMA director of nutrition and scientific policy, said in a conference call last week detailing the trade group's petition and recommendations. "Whether they're choosing low-carb, ...

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