CHICAGO — Consumer interest in reading Nutrition Facts labels has steadily waned over the years, indicating that the labels could use a revamping, researchers at the NPD Group have concluded. The analysis was based on the results of ongoing consumer behavior and food market studies the NPD Group has conducted since the federal government, 16 years ago, mandated a standardized Nutrition Facts label be used on the back of nearly every package of food and beverage in stores. According to NPD ...

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