This is a very timely change as people are more interested than ever in the relationship between food and health and what is actually in their food. Changes I am excited to see are the easy-to-read format, relevant serving sizes, and the highly anticipated addition of "added sugars" as well as potassium and vitamin D content. As expected with change, there will be a learning curve, making it important for registered dietitians, nutritionists and nutrition educators to be in the ...

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