The Grocery Manufacturers Association and Food Marketing Institute are targeting moms, Hispanics and African Americans with a national consumer education campaign launched Monday to boost awareness of the voluntary Facts Up Front nutrient-based labeling initiative, initially announced in 2011. Though the campaign comes less than a week after First Lady Michelle Obama announced changes proposed by the FDA to the Nutrition Facts Panel, the timing of GMA’s campaign is purely coincidental, ...
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